Thé basics for both breeders and new owners
We use Puppy Culture to raise our puppies and would love you all to join. Please contact us if you want to learn more or if you are a Cobberdog breeder using the same protocols. If you are interested in purchasing an Australian Cobberdog puppy raised by Puppy Culture, please make sure you watched the DVD.
Hypo-allergenic, non shedding and odour free
Ideally, the Australian Cobberdog has a Wavy/Loose Fleece coat, hypoallergenic and easy maintenance. They don't shed and don't have an undercoat. They don't have that typical 'wet dog smell'. By brushing them at least once a week, you can prevent the hair from tangling and felting. Mud and dirt dry out and fall of the coat like that.
Fee goes Australian Cobberdog style, step by step
Not so many Cobberdog owners are familiar with the 'Cobberdog-cut', which is not the same as the Labradoodle's. With this specific way of trimming, we highlight the Cobberdogs magnificent build and we keep the fleece coat long and majestic. All the areas that need to be shorter for f.e. sanitary reasons, are shaved though. We guide you through it.
One breed, three sizes and a rainbow of colours
The Australian Cobberdog consists of at least 3 to 7 different dogbreeds, from standard to miniature Poodle in size. They all bring their unique colours, so an Australian Cobberdog can carry almost every shade, from black to white. A miniature Caramel coloured or a standard size Raven Black? It's all possible...
How the perfect Australian Cobberdog looks like
Like every other recognized dogbreed, the Australian Cobberdog has a breeding standard that tells exactly how the perfect Cobberdog looks like. This gives breeders worldwide a blueprint to rely on. In the case of a breed in development, such a breeding standard is even more important, as it also says how the future Cobberdog will look like.
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Creating a new Australian Cobberdog mini line
Together with our partner Swiss Mountain, we are working on a new line of miniature Australian Cobberdogs. Since our aim is to maintain the character and conformation of the bigger sizes, our mini project will be a 5-year-plan. We expect our first mini litter in summer 2020. Keep an eye on our website for more info.