In this guide, we’re going to discuss all about Airedoodle size and growth patterns. We’ll also be sharing with you some tips and tricks on how you can predict your Airedoodle’s full-grown size. Here you’ll also find our interactive Airedoodle size chart and growth calculator, so keep on reading!
The Airedale Terrier Poodle mix combines the best traits from both parents. The Airedale Terrier is often referred to as “The King of Terriers” thanks to its high intelligence and soaring confidence. And the Poodle does not fall far behind. Both pups are playful and super smart. By combining these two amazing breeds, we get the most precious, energetic pup that will keep you on your toes. And although the Airedoodle might seem like a self-sufficient dog, they love spending time with their humans above all else.
Airedoodle Size Predictions: How Big Do Airedoodles Get?
When it comes to predicting an Airedoodle’s size, there aren’t any size standards set in stone. However, based on the observed growth patterns of Doodles and estimates based on the parent breeds, we can make pretty accurate guesses. But before we jump into the details, let’s quickly discuss the Airedoodle’s parents.
The Airedale Terrier is a medium-sized dog that weighs between 50 and 70 pounds and has an average height of 23 inches at the shoulder. On the other hand, the Poodle comes in three sizes – Toy, Miniature, and Standard.
For the Airedale Terrier Poodle mix, the most common sizes of Poodle used are Standard and Miniature. Standard Poodles weigh between 38 and 70 pounds with an average height of 24 to 27 inches, whereas Minis weigh just between 10 and 20 pounds while standing 10 to 15 inches tall at the shoulder. As you can tell, the size of the Poodle can greatly affect how big the puppies will get.
But how big does an Airedoodle get exactly? Here are the average Airedoodle size predictions for Standard and Mini Airedoodles:
|Mini Airedoodle||Standard Airedoodle|
|Weight||20-40 pounds||40-70 pounds|
|Height||12-20 inches||23-26 inches|
|Age at Full-Grown||11-13 months||12.5-16 months|
Are There Different Sizes Of Airedoodle?
As we learned from the Airedoodle size chart above, the average Airedoodle size can greatly vary. By using a Standard Poodle in the mix, we’ll get a Standard Airedoodle. And if we use a Miniature Poodle instead, we’ll get a much smaller Mini Airedoodle.
Standard Airedoodles typically weigh between 40 and 70 pounds and stand around 23 to 27 inches tall at the shoulder. On the other hand, the Mini Airedoodle size ranges between 20 and 40 pounds and they stand about 12 to 20 inches tall at the shoulder.
In addition to that, male Airedoodles are sometimes taller and heavier than females. This is especially common in Standard Airedoodles, but usually not as noticeable in Minis.
What’s more, the Airedoodle’s full-grown size is also affected by your dog’s diet and generation. For example, overfeeding your pup might lead to obesity, whereas feeding them too little can contribute to improper development and malnourishment. Our article on How Much Should I Feed My Dog has all the guidelines you’ll need.
F1 Vs F1b Vs F2b Airedoodle
As we briefly mentioned, an Airedoodle’s full-grown size is also determined by their generation. What does it mean exactly? Well, as we are combining two different purebred dogs, the generations are a great guideline that show us how much of the puppy’s genetic makeup consists of either of the parent breeds.
Let’s take a quick look at the Airedoodle generations and what each of them means:
|1st Parent||2nd Parent||% Airedale Terrier*||% Poodle*|
|F1 Airedoodle (first-generation)||Airedale Terrier||Poodle||50%||50%|
|F1B Airedoodle (first-generation backcross)||F1 Airedoodle||Poodle||25%||75%|
|F1BB Airedoodle (first-generation backcross backcross)||F1B Airedoodle||Poodle||12.5%||87.5%|
|F2 Airedoodle (second-generation)||F1 Airedoodle||F1 Airedoodle||50%||50%|
|F2B Airedoodle (second-generation backcross)||F1 Airedoodle||F1B Airedoodle||37.5%||62.5%|
|F2B Airedoodle (alternate cross)||F2 Airedoodle||Poodle||25%||75%|
|F3 / Multigen Airedoodle||F1B Airedoodle or higher||F1B Airedoodle or higher||Varies||Varies|
The great thing about the ever-so-confusing Doodle generations is that with each generation, we can achieve more control over an Airedoodle’s size and other characteristics, such as their coat type and appearance. For instance, if a breeder’s goal is to achieve a smaller Mini Airedoodle, they can breed an F1b Airedoodle that has a Mini Airedoodle parent and a Miniature Poodle parent.
Airedoodle Size Charts & Growth Patterns
Like most breeds, Airedoodles experience the fastest growth rates in the first 50% of their adult weight. Although they’ll continue to grow, it won’t happen as fast and it will start to gradually slow over time. We can usually expect an Airedoodle puppy to finish growing in height somewhere around 10 to 12 months. However, it will take a few more months for them to fill out and reach their full adult weight.
The below Airedoodle size chart / graph shows the average weights by age (in weeks), by size of Airedoodle. It shows weight data from our Doodle Weight Prediction Calculator.
As of October 24, 2022, we’ve received over 9,400 accurate Airedoodle weight submissions through our calculator.
Standard Airedoodles usually reach half their adult weight between 4.5 and 6 months old. We can then expect a Standard Airedoodle to reach its full-grown weight between 12.5 and 16 months old.
If you’d like to predict your Standard Airedoodle’s full-grown size, here’s a simple formula you can use:
Mini Airedoodles usually finish growing sooner than Standard Airedoodles. We can typically expect a Mini Airedoodle to reach half its adult weight between 3.5 and 5 months old. By 11 to 13 months of age, it’s likely that your Mini Airedoodle will reach its full adult weight.
To predict your Mini Airedoodle’s full size, try this formula:
Airedoodle Size: FAQ
How Big Does An Airedoodle Get?
The Airedoodle full size depends on the size of Poodle used in the mix. Today, the most common ones are Standard Airedoodles, where the mix includes a Standard Poodle. Standard Airedoodles weigh between 40 and 70 pounds and stand between 23 and 26 inches tall at the shoulder.
How Big Is A Mini Airedoodle?
Although the most common Airedoodles out there are standard-sized, we can expect to see more Mini Airedoodles once the breed becomes more popular. Mini Airedoodles weigh between 20 and 40 pounds with an average height of 12 to 20 inches at the shoulder.
To conclude, the Airedale Terrier Poodle mix is one of the greatest, most active, and intelligent Doodle breeds. If you’re keen on adopting the Airedoodle, we can certainly understand why! Even though it might be a bit difficult to get your hands on an Airedoodle puppy, we can expect to see this hybrid breed becoming more and more popular with each passing year. We hope our Airedoodle size guide has been a helpful resource, so you can make an informed decision before committing to a life filled with lots of cuddles and playtime with this fluffy Dood.
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