If you are a big fan of the Poodle breed, and you might have more breeds that are up there on your list, and have a hard time deciding on which one to get, we have good news for you. Mixed breed dogs are here for your rescue!
We prepared a long list of poodle mixes that you can choose from, and we described them in detail so that you, the future dog owner, can be more prepared.
25 Most Popular Poodle Mixes That Will Melt Your Heart
While going through this list, you can see that a lot of popular dogs that are purebred got crossbreed with either Toy Poodles or the standard Poodle, which resulted in the most beautiful, interesting, and intelligent dogs.
1. Maltipoo: Maltese X Toy Poodle
The Maltipoo is considered to be the most famous poodle mix. This is a small lap dog with a big personality. Even though their looks are a thing that will attract you to this dog, it is their personality that will make you love them.
They have a lot of energy, but don’t need a lot of exercise. 10 to 15 minutes a day will be just fine.
What they need is a lot of personal time as they are big cuddlers. They are affectionate dogs, and they reciprocate their love and attention that you give them by double.
They tend to show love for barking, which makes them good guard dogs. They can adapt to any environment. Other pets, or small or big children, are no problem for this pooch. When it comes to them, ˝the more, the merrier˝ is the way to go.
Poodles are hypoallergenic, which give Maltipoos a low-shedding coat. Their coat varies in color and texture. The most common color is white, but they tend to vary even within the same litter – silver and cream being other options.
They have a curly coat that they inherited from the Poodle, but sometimes, it may come a bit straighter, or slightly wavy, taken from the Maltese parent.
Grooming isn’t that complicated. You should brush your dog every two days so its coat stays nice, healthy, and clean. A groomer’s appointment can be made once or twice a year.
You can give them a little trim around the eyes, mouth, and paws at home if you feel comfortable. If not, a trim of the head should be appointed every month or two.
Some of the health concerns that this crossbreed might have are Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Patellar Luxation, Epilepsy, and White Dog Shaker Syndrome.
This doesn’t mean that your Maltipoo will get any of these health problems. This is just to keep you informed. Their lifespan is 10 to 13 years.
They can grow to be 20 to 35.5 cm (8 to 14 inches), depending on whether the Poodle parent is a toy or a miniature. They can weigh anywhere from 2.5 to 9.5 kg (5 to 20 pounds).
2. Goldendoodle: Golden retriever X Poodle
This beautiful designer dog is also known as the Groodle. Since it is mixed with two amazing breeds, you can’t expect anything less from the Goldendoodle.
This breed is good for people with allergies. They aren’t completely hypoallergenic, but they don’t shed, and are more suitable for people with allergies than most of the other breeds.
It is a newer breed, but it has gained popularity pretty quickly. They make amazing family dogs. We don’t recommend keeping them in a smaller apartment or a kennel if you decide on the big version of this mixed breed.
They are very friendly and loyal dogs. They quickly bond with their humans and strive for their affection. Because of this, they make amazing therapy, service, and guide dogs. Guard dogs are not very much in their resume since they have a friendly nature.
They are intelligent dogs that don’t need a lot in order to learn new things. You can even teach them to sniff peanuts in some foods for people with peanut allergies.
Their coat varies in color and texture. The texture varies in curly, wavy, or straight, but the most common is wavy. Colors can be anything from white, cream, black, red, tan, or tawny, and anywhere in between.
Grooming isn’t that demanding. Brushing their coat a couple of times a week is recommended. Depending on your preferences, grooming appointments can be done once every three months or even every six months. Trimming around the eyes should be done once a month.
Goldendoodles tend to have a long and healthy life. When buying your Goldendoodle from a respectable breeder, you should get these health clearances: the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) for hip dysplasia, hypothyroidism, elbow dysplasia, and Von Willebrand’s disease – Auburn University for thrombophilia – and the Canine Eye Registry Foundation (CERF) certifying that their eyes are normal.
Their lifespan is anywhere from 10 to 15 years.
Goldendoodles come in three sizes: miniature, medium, and large.
Miniature dogs tend to grow until they reach 33 to 50 cm (13 to 20 inches), and weigh anywhere from 6.8 to 16 kg (15 to 35 pounds).
Medium dogs grow 43 to 50 cm in height (17 to 20 inches), and weigh 18 to 22.6 kg (40 to 50 pounds).
Large dogs grow anywhere from 50 to 61 cm (20 to 24 inches), and weigh 22.6 to 41 kg (50 to 90 pounds).
3. Labradoodle: Labrador Retriever X Poodle
Labradoodles are a very popular breed, which unfortunately turned out not to be a good thing. First, there are some inconsistencies when it comes to their guide-dog personality. Because of their popularity, there are a lot of breeders that care only about the money, and don’t consider preserving the dog’s bloodline.
Labradoodles were bred to be amazing guide dogs. They are friendly dogs that get along with anyone that crosses their path. Be a bit more cautious when they are around small children because they have a lot of energy and might try to play with them and accidentally hurt them.
Since they are eager to please, and intelligent, they are very easy to train. They have moments where they curl up next to you, and all of a sudden, they get the urge to run around.
Another unfortunate thing is that a lot of these hybrid dogs end up in kennels, so before buying, try exploring kennels around you for a possible Labradoodle in need of a home. Puppy mills are also common when it comes to this breed, so try to find a respectable breeder.
Their coat comes in three types of texture: wool coat, hair coat, and fleece coat. Besides the texture, the color also varies. They can be anywhere from caramel, chalk, red, black, white, cafe, and silver chocolate, to having a parti-colored coat.
You should brush their coat once or twice a week. If you want to maintain the coat, you can make an appointment with the groomer every six to eight weeks. A bath shouldn’t be often, but they tend to get into a pond, so a bath or two every couple of weeks is okay.
They are a generally healthy breed, but they do come with some health issues that you might want to be aware of. Some of those issues are hip and elbow dysplasia, ear infections, allergies, epilepsy, diabetes mellitus, etc.
Their lifespan is somewhere between 11 and 15 years.
The size of a miniature Labradoodle is between 35.5 to 40.6 cm (14 to 16 inches), and they weigh 6.8 to 11.3 kg (15 to 20 pounds).
The medium Labradoodle is around 45.7 to 50 cm high (18 to 20 inches), and weighs 13.6 to 20.5 kg (30 to 45 pounds).
The average Labradoodle grows to be 55 to 70 cm (22 to 24 inches), and weighs 22.6 to 29.5 kg (50 to 65 pounds).
4. Bernedoodle: Bernese Mountain Dog X Poodle
This is a fairly new breed, and every dog varies. Some dogs take more on their Poodle parent, while others take more on their Bernese Mountain Dog parent.
All in all, they are very intelligent and goofy dogs. They love playtime, especially when they are accompanied with other animals and humans.
The Bernedoodle has a gentle nature, so playing with smaller kids comes naturally to them. They are adaptable dogs. We recommend the small Bernedoodle if you are living in an apartment; the bigger ones might need more space.
They tend to be stubborn as puppies, so training might be a bit difficult. But, this trait goes away quickly as they grow.
The coat can be wavy and curly, and it is hypoallergenic, while the straight coat tends to shed a bit more, and isn’t suitable for people with dog allergies.
They have a thick coat that protects them from the cold, but can also fairly protect them from the summer months.
They can come in different colors and color combinations. Some of the colors are black, brown, white, and even tri-color, which is a famous trait of the Bernese Mountain Dog.
When it comes to grooming, the curlier the coat, the harder maintaining the coat gets. Since the curly coat sheds less, it needs more frequent brushing; even daily.
They are generally a healthy breed. As with every breed, some health issues might occur with this breed also. Some of these issues are elbow and hip dysplasia, allergies, eye problems, and skin issues.
Their lifespan is from 9 to 14 years.
The tiny Bernedoodle grows to be 30.5 to 43 cm (12 to 17 inches), and weighs 4.4 to 10.8 kg (17 to 24 pounds).
The Miniature Bernedoodle grows 45.7 to 56 cm in height (18 to 22 inches), and weighs 11.3 to 22.2 kg (25 to 49 pounds).
The Standard Bernedoodle grows to be 58 to 73 cm (23 to 29 inches), and weighs 31.8 to 41 kg (70 to 90 pounds).
5. Cockapoo: Cocker Spaniel X Poodle
The Cockapoo is an adorable dog, and considering that its parents are cutie pies, such as the Cocker Spaniel and the Poodle, this shouldn’t be a surprise.
These dogs are known for being happy and great companion dogs. They get along with everyone, and love snuggling with their owner. But, they also have their active side that needs to be nourished by giving them an hour a day of playtime.
Their intelligence is impeccable, and they are a joy when it comes to training and learning new tricks. They tend to suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for a long time.
Their coats are single and long. It can be straight or with loose curls. When it comes to its color, it can vary in every single color that Poodles and Cocker Spaniels come in.
Some of the health issues that cockapoos might endure are hip dysplasia, allergies, ear infections, liver disease, cataracts, and patellar luxation. Their lifespan is 10 to 14 years.
The teacup toy is shorter than 25 cm (10 inches), and lighter than 3 kg (6 pounds).
The toy Cockapoo is the same height, 25 cm (10 inches), but it has a bit of a sturdier build, and it weighs just a bit under 5.5 kg (12 inches).
The miniature Cockapoo grows to be around 33 cm (13 inches), and weighs around 7.7 kg (17 pounds).
The standard or max Cockapoo grows to be 38 cm (15 inches), and weighs 8.6 kg (19 pounds).
6. Schnoodle: Schnauzer X Poodle
We sure hope you love both the Schnauzer and the Poodle because this dog inherited all the best qualities from both breeds.
This dog is the happiest when it plays and hangs out with its family. They are very good at agility, and they love all sports in general. They can also make an amazing guide dog. They are very loyal, and they have a guarding instinct, which makes them good guard dogs.
Sometimes, they enjoy digging and barking. They are intelligent and learn quickly, so we are sure you can teach them very soon not to dig around your yard.
Their coat is short and wavy and soft in texture. Colors can be white, brown, silver, apricot, tan, sable, and parti-color.
Brush them once every week, and appoint a groomer once every three or four months.
Some health issues that a Schnoodle can face are epilepsy, patellar luxation, Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, Addison’s disease, diabetes mellitus, etc. Their lifespan is around nine to 14 years.
Toy Schnoodles can range from 25 to 30.5 cm (10 to 12 inches), and weigh between 2.7 and 4.5 kg (6 to 10 pounds).
The Miniature Schnoodle grows to be 35.5 cm (14 inches), and it weighs 8.6 kg (18 pounds).
The Standard Schnoodle grows around 63.5 cm (25 inches), and weighs 32 kg (70 pounds).
7. Sheepadoodle: Old English Sheepdog X Poodle
Sheep-a-poo, Sheeppoo, Sheepadoodle, and Sheep-dog-poo are some other names for this breed. Whatever you want to call it, you can bet that you are getting an amazing dog.
These amazing dogs are wonderful for people who live alone since they are very lovable and protective, and can read human emotions astoundingly.
Since they are very energetic, don’t doubt that you won’t be entertained. They make amazing emotional support and therapy dogs. This gentle giant is affectionate and great with kids.
Their coat is usually a mix of black and white, but it can come as solid black or, more rarely, gray.
Some health problems they can suffer from are Sebaceous Adenitis/skin disorders, joint problems, Addison’s disease, bloat, and hip dysplasia.
Sheepadoodles range in size from 41 to 56 cm (16 to 22 inches), and weigh from 27 to 36 kg (60 to 80 pounds).
8. Yorkipoo: Yorkshire Terrier X Toy Or Miniature Poodle
This dog is filled with an amazing temper that comes in a small package. Coming from two small, cute dogs, your Yorkipoo is guaranteed to be the cutest dog you will ever see.
The Yorkipoo can adapt to any environment, and because of their size, they are amazing dogs for apartments. They are small, confident dogs, just like their Yorkie parents, and they enjoy being around their owner, which makes them amazing companion dogs.
They have a lot of energy, but also burn it out quite quickly, so they don’t need a lot of exercise. Even though they are intelligent, they don’t really like training time, but they do love napping in your lap. Don’t worry – with consistent training, they will learn everything you want them to.
Their coats can range from straight to curly, with a soft and silky texture. Their coat tends to be odorless. The colors can vary, including black, white tan, sable, red, apricot, silver, and gray. They can also come in multiple colors.
Some health issues they might face are Portosystemic Shunt (PSS), epilepsy, Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, Hyperadrenocorticism, atopic dermatitis, etc.
They usually grow to be 18 to 38 cm (7 to 15 inches), and weigh around 1.5 to 6.5 kg (3 to 14 pounds).
9. Cavapoo: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel X Poodle
This breed became popular very fast because they have such a lovable personality packed in a beautiful package.
They are eager to please, and absolutely love it when you praise them and tell them they are such good dogs.
They are easy to train, and we suggest you start young; otherwise, because of their energy, they might become a bit destructive. They can live in any environment as long as there are a lot of people around them that will shower them with love.
Some of the colors they might come in are cream, chestnut, gold, chocolate, fawn, or white. The most common is a mix between chestnut and white.
Their coat comes either curly or wavy, and it is short and very soft. They should be brushed daily since they do tend to mat.
They have a couple of possible health issues, but with regular vet checkups, you can avoid them. Some of the issues are progressive retinal atrophy, congenital heart disease, and slipping kneecaps.
They grow to be 23 to 35.5 cm (9 to 14 inches), and weigh 4 to 11 kg (9 to 25 pounds).
10. Pomapoo: Pomeranian X Toy Poodle
Photo from: @lildollypartonpup
They are friendly and very calm dogs that look happy all the time. They are amazing for apartments, and also for larger compounds. They don’t like to be alone for long periods, so if you have to leave them, try getting them a companion.
Pomapoos flourish when they are surrounded by a lot of people. They are lap dogs that sometimes have a burst of energy and need to release it.
The main colors of their coat are black, white, red, brown, fawn, or sable. Usually, they come in one solid color, but a mix of colors isn’t anything unusual. The length of their coat is short to medium.
When winter comes, you might want to own a coat or something similar for your pooch, and in the summer, you will have to use sunscreen on their ears, nose, and other sensitive areas.
Some health issues that are connected to this breed are cataracts, epilepsy, patellar luxation, and tracheal collapse. But, they are generally a healthy breed, and their lifespan is anywhere from nine to 14 years.
Since they are a mix of two small parent breeds, it is clear that Pomapoos are also a small breed. They grow to be 20 to 25.5 cm (8 to10 inches), and weigh around 6.8 kg (15 pounds).
11. Aussiedoodle: Australian Shepherd X Poodle
Besides inheriting the brain from both breeds, this dog has a beautifully patterned coat, which is a mix of both the Poodle and the Australian Shepherd.
This dog breed is very energetic, and it needs quite a lot of exercise. They are also intelligent and need a lot of mental stimulation; otherwise, they might become destructive. They are herding dogs, so don’t be astonished if they all of a sudden round you or your kids to anything near them.
They love being around a lot of people, but they sometimes tend to get closer with one particular person they connect with the most.
Their coat usually has the colors of their Australian Shepherd parent. Some of those colors are blue or red merle, black and red tricolor, and black and tan (phantom). They are mostly multicolored. A single-colored Aussiedoodle is very rare.
The curls can be tight, as the Poodle parent, or a bit more on the wavier side. The shorter their coat gets, the more hypoallergenic they are.
They are notorious shedders, though.
Some of the health concerns that are characteristic of this breed are hip dysplasia and cataracts, and they might show reactions to some flea and tick medications.
They can grow to reach anywhere between 25.5 to 38 cm (10 to 15 inches), and weigh around 11.3 to 32 kg (25 to 70 pounds).
12. Chipoo: Chihuahua X Teacup Or Toy Poodle
This dog is just what you imagined. Cute like the Poodle, and energetic like the Chihuahua, which is a winning combination.
These dogs are energetic, but they don’t need a lot of exercise. What they do is follow your every step around the house. They are quite independent dogs, which means that they don’t mind having some alone time while you are at work.
A basket filled with toys is heaven for these dogs. All in all, Chipoos can adapt to any situation and environment. If you have small kids, don’t leave them alone since Chipoos tend to confuse them as toys.
Black, brown, white, silver, cream, blue, or brindle are some of the colors these dogs can be. The length is medium in most cases, while short and long are rarer.
Brushing once a week is good, but when the shedding season comes, it should be done once a day.
Some of the health problems that this breed might have are hypoglycemia, overactive tear glands, glaucoma, and luxating patella.
They grow approximately 12.5 to 38 cm (5 to 15 inches), and weigh 2.3 to 9 kg (5 to 20 pounds).
13. Peekapoo: Pekingese X Poodle
These dogs are amazing and loyal companions just like both of their parents. If you want a friend for life, this breed might just be a match for you.
This dog’s dedication to its family is astonishing. Since they are very gentle and quite sensitive dogs, you can’t expect them to be combative.
They tend to be suspicious and very careful when it comes to strangers, so early socialization is important. This small dog is very smart and eager to please, so training it doesn’t present a problem.
Their coat has a cottony feel to it, which makes them very soft. Some of the colors they may come in are white, gray, red, sable, apricot, cream, black, or chocolate.
Since they have such a soft coat, grooming should be regular so that it doesn’t get tangled. Be aware that they have wrinkles around their eyes, and that you need to clean them around that area with a wet-wipe or towel from time to time.
You should make sure that your future puppy is from first-generation or even multigenerational breeding, so you don’t have to worry about a lot of health complications.
But, as with every breed, Peekapoos have some health issues that are connected to their breed. Some of those are progressive retinal atrophy, hip dysplasia, patellar luxation, and Legg-Calve-Perthes disease.
There aren’t typical standards for this breed when it comes to size. You can expect your dog to grow around 28 cm (11 inches), and weigh anywhere from 2 to 9 kg (4 to 20 pounds).
14. Poochon: Bichon Frise X Toy Poodle
They are also called the Bichon Poo, the Bichon Poodle, and the Bichpoo. Their name sounds cute, let alone the dog behind the name.
These dogs thrive in any environment, small or big, with a single person or a big family. They love playtime, and they can be considered active dogs, but on the other hand, napping is one of their favorite things.
They tend to be loud, and love to bark at everything and anything, but that can be solved with a bit of training and stimulation like walks and playtime.
Expect to be stopped a lot when taking a walk with your Poochon because their cuteness doesn’t go unnoticed.
The three main colors of their coat are tan, apricot, and cream. Gray and black are rarer, but they still can come in this mix.
They are a bit more demanding when it comes to grooming. Brushing every day is a must, and monthly appointments at the groomer is a suggestion if you want to maintain their nice and soft coat.
Some of the health issues this breed may face are retinal atrophy, Addison’s disease, Cushing’s disease, bladder issues, and allergies. But, with regular vet checkups, you won’t have to worry.
Usually, they grow anywhere between 23 and 41 cm (9 and 15 inches), and weigh 2.7 to 7.7 kg (6 to 17 pounds).
Besides Poochon, there are also many other adorable Bichon Frise mixes we suggest you take a look at!
15. Boxerdoodle: Boxer X Poodle
Photo from: @boodlebabyxo
Most people find this mix of dog a bit unusual, but we can guarantee you that these dogs are exceptional.
As soon as you bring them home, you can see how relaxed they get, and how they bond with you immediately.
They are very active dogs, and if you have a more on-the-go lifestyle, you can count on your Boxerdoodle to follow your every step. They enjoy water immensely, so if you have the opportunity, try to take them for a swim here and there.
They are goofy dogs, and they will always keep you entertained. But, don’t worry – when it’s training time, they get serious and learn everything quickly.
They can come in many colors, but the main ones are different shades of brown. The coat can be either curly or wavy, but the length varies anywhere from short to long.
Brush your dog every two days with a wire brush because they are prone to matting. A grooming appointment can be booked every two months.
Some health issues that are more common with this breed are cardiomyopathy, entropion, and bloat.
They can vary from small or medium, to large dogs, but the usual size is anywhere between 25.5 and 63.5 cm (10 and 25 inches), and they weigh from 5.5 to 32 kg (12 to 70 pounds).
16. Doxiepoo: Dachshund X Poodle
Photo from: @dachshund_loverzz
When it comes to their temper, it is never certain as to which characteristic they will inherit from which parent breed. But, what we know for sure is that they make amazing family pets, they love playtime, and they love giving and receiving affection.
What you may end up with is a Doxiepoo that loves to bark, and can be stubborn sometimes. Both of these things can be overcome with early training.
They tend to get jealous, so the ideal environment for this dog is to be in a home with one or two family members.
Their appearance isn’t certain with these dogs, it’s almost like playing the lottery. Unfortunately, because of this, they tend to end up in shelters.
Some of the colors they come in are cream, gray, white, brown, or black. Their coat can either be short and low maintenance or long and curly, with the daily need for brushing.
You might get a bit scared when you see the list of potential health issues these dogs might have, but it doesn’t mean that a particular Doxiepoo will inherit any of these. So, let’s begin with the list.
Slipped stifle, epilepsy, diabetes, skin problems, ear infections, digestive tract problems, heart disorders, Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia (IMHA), seizures, patellar luxation, urinary tract problems, canine Cushing’s disease, and hip dysplasia.
They grow to be anywhere from 20 to 58 cm (8 to 23 inches), and weigh from 2.3 to 14 kg (5 to 30 pounds).
17. Havapoo: Havanese X Toy Poodle
The most noticeable quality that this dog possesses is its intelligence, but we are here to introduce you to some others as well.
They are very quick learners, but keep in mind that if you don’t occupy their mind, they might get a bit mischievous. They are amazing little lap dogs that adore being around their family.
They are laid-back dogs that love to play, but they aren’t hyperactive as some other dogs. The training, and especially the socialization, needs to start early – if not, they might develop separation anxiety.
Their coat comes in various colors like blue, apricot, white, brown, etc. Their coat can be either silky and long, or curly and dense.
Frequent brushing is necessary so that the coat doesn’t get matted. Since they are smaller dogs, make sure to give them a coat during the wintertime.
Some of the issues connected with their health may be patellar luxation, epilepsy, thyroid issues, deafness, or hip dysplasia.
Their size is usually around 20 to 40 cm (8 to 16 inches), and they weigh around 3 to 14 kg (7 to 30 pounds).
18. Jack-a-poo: Jack Russell Terrier X Poodle
Since one of their parents is a Jack Russell Terrier, you can expect your dog to be a real-life energy ball.
Since they tend to be stubborn, early training is suggested. Early socialization is also important since they tend to get loud, especially with other animals and small kids.
But, don’t worry – if you start early, they will make amazing family dogs and get along with anyone. Don’t be shocked if you see your Jack-a-poo digging holes everywhere – they are quite the diggers.
The main colors are white, brown, blue, tan, black, and gray, and they usually come in combinations of a couple of these colors. Their coat can be straight, coarse, short, or fluffy and curly.
Some health problems they might have can be quite mild, but some can be a bit more on the severe side. Some of those problems are hypothyroidism, bloat, skin disorders, Addison’s disease, Cushing’s disease, eye issues, and patellar luxation.
They grow to be 25.4 to 40.6 cm (10 to 16 inches) in height, and weigh from 5.8 to 11.3 kg (13 to 25 pounds).
19. Whoodle: Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier X Poodle
When they say that a dog is your best friend – well, that refers to Whoodles.
They are energetic and enthusiastic dogs that love to be surrounded by people and toys.
They love playtime, but their favorite thing is a long walk with their owner. A park or any spacious environment is amazing for them to play and run around in. They tend to have an inborn leader within them, so training should start early.
Their coat is extremely soft and luxurious, and because of that, daily brushing is important. The colors that may appear on this dog are brown, black, silver, red, cream, or gray.
A few health problems they might have are kidney issues, retinal atrophy, Addison’s disease, or eye infections and diseases.
Most of them weigh from 9 to 20.5 kg (20 to 45 pounds), and range in height from 30.5 to 50 cm (12 to 20 inches).
20. Bordoodle: Border Collie X Poodle
By having these parents, the Bordoodle is a mix of beauty, intelligence, discipline, and a big heart.
This breed is very sociable and calm. They enjoy spending time with people and other animals, but the best thing that will make them happy is cuddle time. Playing with kids is also something they enjoy.
The Bordoodle is an intelligent dog that always needs to be mentally stimulated; otherwise, it might get a bit destructive. They are good guard dogs since they get protective concerning their family members.
The most popular color combination is black and white, which they inherit from their Border Collie side. Other colors are gray and brown. The length of their coat is usually medium or long (rarely short), with a bit of waviness. Brush them two times a week.
The three common issues they may have as a breed are epilepsy, hip dysplasia, and progressive retinal atrophy.
They weigh anywhere between 13.6 and 27 kg (30 and 60 pounds), and grow from 30 to 56 cm (12 to 22 inches).
21. Irish Doodle: Irish Setter X Poodle
They make amazing family dogs, but they are more on the pricier side, especially the mini Irish Doodle.
They love to be around people, so you need to be careful with them if you need to leave them for long periods. If they are lonely and bored, they become anxious and destructive. They have a lot of energy, and need a lot of daily exercise.
Their coat is either wavy or curly, and it is soft to the touch, so try and brush them once every day or two. The main colors they tend to have are brown and cream.
Three health concerns that this breed might have are hip dysplasia, bloat, and Addison’s disease.
The large Irish Doodle grows from 56 to 71 cm (22 to 28 inches), and weighs from 18 to 31 kg ( 40 to 70 pounds).
The Mini Irish Doodle grows from 30 to 43 cm (12 to 17 inches), and weighs from 11 to 15 kg (25 to 35 pounds).
22. Pyredoodle: Great Pyrenees X Poodle
Photo from: @cupidoodle
Their size does make them intimidating, which makes Pyredoodles great guard dogs. But, don’t worry – they don’t have an aggressive bone in them. They are intelligent dogs that love learning new things. Even though they are considered to be watchdogs, they love to play and enjoy family time.
They need a lot of space, so an apartment is a big no for this breed. They love spending time with people, but they are independent and they love some alone time as well.
The main color is usually white, but it can also be gray, black, cream, or apricot. They can have either a double or a single coat that is either wavy or straight.
Some of the health issues this breed faces are cancer, bloat, patellar luxation, and hypothyroidism.
They are large dogs, which grow to be 38 to 81 cm (15 to 32 inches), and weigh 38 to 45 kg (85 to 100 pounds).
23. Bassetdoodle: Basset Hound X Poodle
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These are dogs that are full of joy, and are very outgoing just like their parents.
They can have separation anxiety if left alone for long periods of time. Their friendly side is always showing, but don’t be fooled – they are very careful, and get suspicious of new people.
The interesting thing is that they don’t usually bark, but howl. They are stubborn, but don’t worry – this is only when they are puppies.
Their coat varies from dog to dog. We suggest you look at their pictures and see the cuteness yourself. You might find it funny that sometimes, if you put two pictures of this breed side by side, you might think they are two different breeds.
Some of the health problems they might have are elbow dysplasia, bloat, cherry eye, allergies, obesity, epilepsy, and hip dysplasia.
They grow from 30 to 41 cm (12 to 16 inches), and weigh from 9 to 13 kg (20 to 28 pounds).
24. Westiepoo: West Highland White Terrier X Poodle
Photo from: @westiefelt
These dogs are amazing companions, and we will show you why.
The westiepoo is an amazing combination of an active and loving dog. This means if you are laying on the couch watching TV or taking a nap, your dog will be right next to you. And, when it comes to playtime and exercise, they are right there by your side.
They love to interact with other animals and people. One thing we suggest you teach your Westiepoo when he is a puppy is off-leash walks.
They love to run more than walk, so this might make both of your lives easier when the dog gets older.
They are popular for their white or cream coat. Tan or black coats are rare. Their coat is pretty dense, and it usually is medium length and wavy.
When it comes to grooming, they are low maintenance.
Four health problems that might come with this dog are hip dysplasia, epilepsy, tooth loss, and atrophy.
Most of them weigh 9 to 16 kg (20 to 35 pounds), and grow to be 27 to 43 cm (11 to 17 inches).
25. Shihpoo: Shih Tzu X Poodle
This dog is the definition of a laid-back dog.
The Shihpoo enjoys napping on your lap for hours, which makes them the perfect lap dogs. But, besides napping, they are playful and friendly dogs that enjoy having company around them.
They are intelligent dogs, but they aren’t the keenest when learning new tricks. If they have any displeasure, don’t worry – they will show it to you by barking.
They can have a straight or a curly coat. They come in white, brown, black, brindle, or variations of these colors. Monthly grooming and daily brushing are important.
These dogs are healthy, and they can live up to 16 years. They might have some breathing issues because of their snout, so make sure that when the weather is warm, you provide them with enough water so they don’t get a heat stroke.
They also may have some dental issues.
Most of them weigh around 3.6 to 8 kg (8 to 18 pounds), and grow to be around 46 cm (18 inches).
To Sum It Up
We have seen that there are many Poodle mixes out there. They have beautiful, cute, and just-to-die-for-looks, but their temper is what makes them grow and stay in your heart. They have a lot of good qualities that Poodles and other parent breeds have. How can you decide on just one?!
One suggestion we have is this: before buying a Poodle mix, try searching through your local shelters to see if there are any to adopt.
Unfortunately, some of them end up in kennels, so you could be the one to give them their forever home.