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Sheepadoodles Available For Adoption Fort Worth, Texas

When most people think of Fort Worth, Texas they think of cattle.  Fort Worth is known for it’s stock shows and rodeos.  It has an historic district called The Stockyards.  Fort Worth is a very large city with a population of over 800,000 that hasn’t lost it’s western roots.  From the twice-daily cattle drive through the Stockyards National Historic District to the Cowtown Coliseum to the Fort Worth Stockyards Stables, no one can deny that Fort Worth, Texas retains a piece of the Old West.

 

In spite of the name, Old English Sheepdogs were historically used to drive both cattle and sheep.  Although not officially recognized by the AKC until 1888, Sheepdogs have been helping farmers and ranchers drive cattle since the 1700s.  With this in mind, there’s a good chance that some of the cattle men and women in Fort Worth can tell tales about their Sheepdog.  Aside from their herding, Sheepdogs are also known as guarders of the flock.  They faithfully guard sheep or cattle and protect them from prey.

 

Where is this story leading?  To Dallas Doodle Ranch!  Located just 80 miles NE of Fort Worth, Dallas Doodle Ranch is a premier breeder of Sheepadoodles.  They’re a cross between an Old English Sheepdog and a Poodle known for their gentle nature and high intelligence.  When you think Sheepdog, you think hair, but Sheepadoodles take after the Poodle side of the family and almost never shed!  They’re even mostly hypo-allergenic.  Sheepadoodles generally weigh between 45 and 85 lbs.  Their large size and their Sheepdog instincts make them natural guard dogs.  They might even herd the kids for you in the backyard!

 

All Sheepadoodles from Dallas Doodle Ranch are introduced to new people and dogs on a regular basis.  We have trainers on staff who work with them at a young age to ensure they are well rounded and ready for adoption.  They get abundant socialization and sensory stimulation in the formative period between 6 and 8 weeks.  They will leave our home knowing some basic commands and have a head start on potty-training. 

 

When you think of Fort Worth Texas, you think of that robust western history.  If you want to re-live it a little bit, you can watch a cattle drive!  If you want to take a little bit of the west home with you, adopt a Sheepadoodle from Dallas Doodle Ranch!  If you need a natural, gentle guard dog to watch over your children at night, adopt a Sheepadoodle from Dallas Doodle Ranch!  Finally, if you just want the perfect pet to share the joys of everyday life, adopt a Sheepadoodle from Dallas Doodle Ranch!

 

Texas and Sheepadoodles go hand in hand, just like cattle and Fort Worth!