Swiss Doodle Size Guide Size Chart & Growth Calculator

If you’re looking to adopt a Swiss Doodle, you probably have many questions about this adorable pup. In this Swiss Doodle size guide, we are going to discuss everything you need to know about what to expect when a Swiss Doodle reaches adulthood. 

Swiss Doodle, the hybrid of hybrids, is a mix of two great Doodles – Aussiedoodle and Bernedoodle. As Swiss Doodles are a combination of two established Doodle breeds, they are often called Double Doodles. Swiss Doodle is also known as Australian Mountain Doodle or Aussie Mountain Doodle. 

Thanks to the parent Doodles, Swiss Doodles inherit the best of the best from the three original parent breeds – Australian Shepherd, Bernese Mountain Dog, and Poodle. They have a sweet and calm nature, they’re playful, and get along well with children and other pets. What’s not to love about the Swiss Doodle?!

Swiss Doodle Size Predictions: How Big Do Swiss Doodles Get?

If you have your eyes set on a Swiss Doodle puppy, you’ve probably been trying to figure out what to expect when they grow up. Not only is this important to understand when considering your housing situation, this will also dictate your pup’s energy and nutrient requirements. 

Swiss Doodle’s full-grown size can range anywhere from 30 to 60 pounds, and 19 to 25 inches in height. Further, usually Swiss Doodles are categorized in two sizes – mini / medium and standard. 

So how big does a Swiss Doodle get? Here’s a typical Swiss Doodle size chart:

Mini / Medium Swiss DoodleStandard Swiss Doodle
Weight30-40 pounds50-60 pounds
Height19-22 inches23-25 inches
When Full-Grown?11-13 months12.5-16 months

*A dog’s height is measured from their withers, which is the highest part of their shoulder blades.

Of course, a puppy’s adult weight is determined by a few factors like the size of the parent pups, their Doodle generation, gender, their diet, and daily exercise. 

swiss doodle size

In addition, please keep in mind that a puppy needs a specially designed dog food formula to grow into a healthy adult dog. Puppy food formulas provide additional nutrients and more energy-dense food that are necessary for the rapid growth phase in puppyhood. Be sure to check out our puppy food guides that will surely be helpful along the way.

F1 vs F1b vs F2b Swiss Doodle

If you know a little bit about Doodles, you’ve probably heard of the Doodle generations. With older hybrid breeds we know that the mix includes a Poodle parent and another established breed parent. However, Swiss Doodle makes the equation slightly different.

Swiss Doodles are already multi-generation Doodles. To create a Swiss Doodle, there first has to be an Aussiedoodle (a hybrid mix of an Australian Shepherd and a Poodle), and a Bernedoodle (a hybrid mix of a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle). 

Let’s have a closer look at the possible Swiss Doodle generations:

  • An F1 or first-generation Swiss Doodle has an Aussiedoodle parent and a Bernedoodle parent. (25% Australian Shepherd, 25% Bernese Mountain Dog, 50% Poodle)
  • An F1b or first-generation backcross Swiss Doodle has a Swiss Doodle parent and an original breed parent – usually a Poodle. (12.5% Australian Shepherd, 12.5% Bernese Mountain Dog, 75% Poodle)
  • An F1bb is a first-generation backcross backcross Swiss Doodle that has an F1b Swiss Doodle parent and a Poodle parent. (6.25% Australian Shepherd, 6.25% Bernese Mountain Dog, 87.5% Poodle)
  • An F2 Swiss Doodle has two F1 Swiss Doodle parents. (25% Australian Shepherd, 25% Bernese Mountain Dog, 50% Poodle)
  • An F2b Swiss Doodle has an F2 Swiss Doodle parent and a Poodle parent. (12.5% Australian Shepherd, 12.5% Bernese Mountain Dog, 75% Poodle)
  • An F2bb Swiss Doodle has an F2b Swiss Doodle parent and a Poodle parent. (6.25% Australian Shepherd, 6.25% Bernese Mountain Dog, 87.5% Poodle)
  • An F3 Swiss Doodle or third-generation Swiss Doodle is a hybrid of different Swiss Doodles – usually two F1b Swiss Doodles.
Doodle Generations explained

Even though Aussiedoodle and Bernedoodle both come from standard sized parent pups – Australian Shepherd and Bernese Mountain Dog – the Swiss Doodle can be backcrossed to a Miniature Poodle or a Mini Aussiedoodle or Mini Bernedoodle. 

With Double Doodles, there’s an even bigger possibility to highlight one of the parent breeds in a generational mix. Therefore, there’s bigger control over a Swiss Doodle’s size. 

If you’re interested in learning more about the different sizes of Aussiedoodles and Bernedoodles, we recommend you have a look at these two articles we wrote:

Swiss Doodle Size Charts & Growth Patterns

Full-grown Swiss Doodles mainly come in two sizes – Mini / Medium Swiss Doodle, and Standard Swiss Doodle. Typically, Standard Doodles take more time to reach their full size than smaller Doodles. However, most Doodles go through the fastest growth spurts in the first 6 months of their life. After that, their growth gradually slows down until it plateaus by the time they’re around 12 months old. 

We’ve created an interactive Doodle growth calculator that’s a helpful tool for all Doodle owners. If you have a tiny Swiss Doodle puppy at home, make sure to try our puppy growth calculator to predict your Swiss Doodle’s adult size!

Standard Swiss Doodle Size Chart

In the Standard Swiss Doodle size chart above we learned that Standard Swiss Doodles usually weigh between 50 to 60 pounds, and stand around 23 to 25 inches tall at the shoulder. 

swiss doodle size

Standard Swiss Doodles do take a bit more time to reach their full size. Typically, they reach half their adult weight around the time they’re 4.5 to 6 months old. Standard Swiss Doodles usually see a plateau in weight gain between 12.5 to 16 months of age. 

Here’s a simple formula to predict Standard Swiss Doodle puppy’s adult weight:

Mini / Medium Swiss Doodle

Mini Swiss Doodle’s full-grown weight usually ranges between 30 to 40 pounds. They stand around 19 to 22 inches tall at the shoulder. 

As they are smaller than the Standard Swiss Doodles, they also reach adulthood faster. Usually, they reach half of their adult weight around the time they’re 3.5 to 5 months old. Mini Swiss Doodles usually reach their adult weight around 11 to 13 months of age. 

Here’s a simple formula that you can use to predict your Mini Swiss Doodle puppy’s adult weight:

How Big Do Swiss Doodles Get?

Standard Swiss Doodles usually weigh between 50 to 60 pounds, and stand at 23 to 25 inches tall at the shoulder. Mini Swiss Doodles are smaller and usually weigh around 30 to 40 pounds, and stand at 19 to 22 inches tall. 

Here’s an alternative formula that you can use to calculate your Swiss Doodle’s estimated adult weight:

Indeed, Swiss Doodles are wonderful companions and combine the best traits from the three parent breeds. Naturally, a dog’s size is a crucial factor when it comes to adopting a Doodle puppy. Hopefully, our Swiss Doodle size guide has provided you plenty of information to take into account when adopting a Swiss Doodle puppy.

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