Did you know that there are over 60 Poodle mixes today? That’s a lot of Doodles, Poodles, and Poos to keep track of! And today, the spotlight is on these fun and delightful mixes!
Labradoodles are larger Poodle mixes taking after the familiar fluff of their Poodle parent and outgoing nature of a Lab. We also have the cute and cuddly teddy bear-esque Maltipoo, a cross between the Maltese and Poodle. And let’s not forget the Goldendoodle, the adorable offspring of a Golden Retriever and a Poodle.
Discover more about the unique quirks of these 62 Poodle mixes – and why they’re some of dogdom’s most popular mixed breeds.
62. Belgian Doodle: Belgian Malinois + Poodle
Belgian Doodles are a mix of the Standard Poodle and the Belgian Malinois. They are somewhat a rare mix but quite fascinating nonetheless. These canines look a lot like a Malinois but with a wavy coat and smaller build that rarely hits the scale at over 60 lbs.
Another interesting feature of the Belgian Doodle is that it does not shed as much as a purebred Malinois. So, it’s a great choice for Malinois fans who have allergies and can’t handle the shedding situation.
61. Pit Boodle: American Pitbull Terrier + Poodle
A unique combo of two popular breeds – the American Pitbull Terrier and the Poodle – the Pit Boodle is such a sweetheart. These medium-sized canines are usually under 50 lbs with a muscular body as a Pittie. They also inherit the Poodle’s fluffy coat, which comes in a range of colors.
Perfect for highly active folks, the Pit Boodle is an enjoyable companion for your outdoor adventures. They are always game for anything – even hours of cuddles and naps by your side.
60. Ratoodle: Rat Terrier + Poodle
Ratoodles are very much like the Rat Terrier but with a bit of waves and curls on their coats. These fellows usually have brown and white coat colors while others are tricolored, combining the gorgeous shades of tan, white, and black.
Although they are a bit small at 15 lbs, Ratoodles are exceptional watch dogs. No intruder can go past their alert and watchful eye. These are fiercely loyal pooches that are always ready to protect their family and their properties.
59. Sheltiedoodle: Shetland Sheepdog + Poodle
Another small Poodle mix, the Sheltiedoodle is a 20-pounder pooch that looks much like its Poodle parent but with a Sheltie’s typical brown, white, and black colors. Their snout is a bit shorter than a purebred Poodle and their big brown eyes are reminiscent of a Sheltie’s.
Sheltiedoodles are super affectionate pups that always long to be by their owner’s side. With that being said, they cannot handle hours of time alone and may develop separation anxiety as a result.
58. Vizsladoodle: Vizsla + Poodle
Coming from both hunter parents, the Vizsladoodle is the offspring of a Poodle and a Vizsla. These are large pups weighing around 40 to 60 lbs. They possess a Poodle’s tight curls, which comes in shades of dark brown and black.
First-time owners should have a relatively easy time training this pooch. They are naturally intelligent and obedient, which allows them to pick up new tricks quickly.
57. Foodle: Fox Terrier + Poodle
Foodles are lean, medium-sized pups weighing up to 40 lbs. They are often lean like their Fox Terrier parent but a low-shedder as a Poodle. Although they are not your hypoallergenic dog, they are pretty easy to care for. Just a bi-weekly grooming should suffice to keep their fluffy coats under control.
Because of their Terrier gene, Foodles have a strong prey drive. Give them a fenced yard where they can run around for hours on end and these canines are a happy camper!
56. Choodle: Chow Chow + Poodle
A hybrid dog that’s a mix of the Chow Chow and the Poodle, the Choodle is a ball of fluff but with minimal shedding. They can grow up to 60 lbs while some are smaller at under 50 lbs. Their coats often come in luscious shades of brown with some patches of gray and white.
Choodles are not barkers but they do alert their parents when strangers are around. They can also be a bit headstrong, which makes them more suitable for experienced dog owners.
55. Tiboodle: Tibetan Terrier + Poodle
Tipping the scale at 20 lbs or under, Tiboodles are small Poodle mixes. They have long, wavy hair in different colors such as black, white, brown, or beige. Although their hair is long and fluffy, the Poodle gene keeps the shedding to a minimum.
As these pups have a lower energy level, they should be suitable for apartment living. They do well with children and smaller pets in the house. However, their calm nature makes them more prone to stress when their environment is chaotic.
54. Doodleman: Doberman + Poodle
The name may sound superhero-esque but Doodlemans are actually a cross between a Doberman and a Poodle. They basically look quite like a Doberman – facial features, stance, and body shape – but with the wavy coat of a Poodle. Most of them have black coats with some patches of brown.
These canines are well-balanced and mellow. They still possess a Doberman’s loyalty and bravery, as well as a tiny bit of a Poodle’s high energy level. But overall, they do well with people of all ages because of their versatile personality.
53. Broodle Griffon: Brussels Griffon + Poodle
A tiny designer dog, the Broodle Griffon is what you get when you mix a Poodle and a Brussels Griffon. Miniature or Toy Poodles are commonly used to create this small mixed breed, which looks exactly like a Brussels Griffon with an abundance of wavy coat.
With their compact size, Broodle Griffons are an excellent lap dog. But they are not inactive canines. They bask on the attention received from humans as they love to socialize and interact with their family members.
52. Poo-Ton: Coton de Tulear + Poodle
Poo-Tons or Cotonpoos are an adorable mixture of the Poodle and Coton de Tulear breeds. These are tiny pups with an abundant amount of curly hair, which surprisingly does not shed as much. True to their Coton gene, they usually have white or light cream coat colors.
Do not be deceived by their diminutive size. These pups have a moderate energy level and will enjoy romping around and entertaining people. They are highly trainable and can master new tricks quickly.
51. Affenpoo: Affenpinscher + Poodle
Imagine a monkey-looking Affenpinscher but with tight curls for a coat, and this is exactly what the Affenpoo looks like. They are a great mix of the Toy or Miniature Poodle and the Affenpinscher. Most Affenpoos have a black coat with a low-shedding quality.
These delightful tiny fellows love to have fun. They thrive on physical activity, games, and a leisurely walk in the park. Plus, with their compact size, you can easily take them with you anywhere you go.
50. Froodle: French Bulldog + Poodle
Coming from both popular breeds – the French Bulldog and the Poodle – the Froodle is one of the most well-loved Poodle mixes. They have a compact and robust build as a Frenchie but with slightly wavy hair, which is not exactly similar to a Poodle’s full-on tight curls.
This is the kind of dog that always yearns to belong in all family activities. They love sports, games, and yep – they enjoy being on your lap, too! With their sweet and affectionate nature, they go perfectly well with families, singles, couples, and homes with other pets.
49. Chinese Crestepoo: Chinese Crested + Poodle
The Chinese Crestepoo or simply the Crestepoo is a rare Poodle mix. They are a combination of two different types of coats – a Chinese Crested’s lack of hair and a Poodle’s abundant fluff. The result? A shorter, curly coat in brown, white, brown, or black.
By nature, purebred Chinese Crested dogs are calm and mellow. But when mixed with the Poodle gene, they become a bit more energetic without being high-strung. They are also perfect with children because of their inherent patience.
48. Lhasapoo: Lhasa Apso + Poodle
Lhasapoos are a darling mixed breed that combines the Lhasa Apso and Poodle’s genes. They have a fluffy coat in cream, white, or brown and a shorter snout as a Lhasa. These are your medium-sized dogs with a longer torso and somewhat short legs (but not stubby).
Taking after their Lhasa parent, the Lhasapoo is an independent pooch. They are suitable for folks who are on an 8 to 5 work week. But they do yearn for affection and time with the family, so be sure to make them a part of your activities, as well.
47. Cairnoodle: Cairn Terrier + Poodle
This small pooch is the offspring of a Mini Poodle and a Cairn Terrier. Thus, you can expect to have a fluffy, affectionate lap dog in this tiny cuddlebug. They have hypoallergenic coats, as well, making them a good match for allergy sufferers.
Because of their background as hunting dogs, expect a Cairnoodle to be quite keen on chasing after small animals. But they are intelligent and easy to train, so it should not be an issue keeping them in line.
46. Papipoo: Papillon + Poodle
Sporting a Papillon’s butterfly-like ears and a Poodle’s fluffy curls, the Papipoo is an entertaining, cuddly little pooch. They often come in shades of black and brown while others have a lighter coat color, too.
With their smaller frame, these dogs are a bit fragile. Thus, they cannot handle rough housing with younger kids. Papipoos are more suited for couples and families without young kids, as well as seniors.
45. Bossi-Poo: Boston Terrier + Poodle
An elegant designer dog, the Bossi-Poo is a mix of the Boston Terrier and Poodle. They often have the infamous “tuxedo-like” colors of a Boston in black and white combo. These pooches also have short to medium-length coats that rarely shed.
Bossi-Poos are a little bit on the energetic side, so be sure to give them ample exercise daily. They also enjoy human interaction, which makes them a great companion for your road trips, outdoor adventures, or even a lazy day at home.
44. Dalmadoodle: Dalmatian + Poodle
A fascinating and unique Poodle mix, the Dalmadoodle combines the genes of a leggy, spotted Dalmatian and a fluffy Poodle. When mixed together, we have a predominantly Dalmatian-looking pooch but with a medium-length wavy coat. They are also taller than a Standard Poodle but smaller than a Dalmatian.
Intelligent, yet a tad stubborn, the Dalmadoodle can be a challenge for an inexperienced owner. But once well-trained, these canines make a wonderful companion for your adventures and physical activities.
43. Akipoo: Akita + Poodle
The Akipoo varies in sizes, although they are mostly medium-built with a sturdy and strong frame as an Akita. Their faces are also very much like an Akita, yet their ears tend to be a bit floppy as a Poodle.
Loyal and friendly, Akipoos are absolutely loving to their owners. They are always eager to please their favorite humans and can be an outstanding pet for first-time owners.
42. Bolonoodle: Bolognese + Poodle
An absolutely adorable pooch, the Bolonoodle is the offspring of a fluffy Bolognese and a lean and agile Poodle. Their coat is just a single layer with a curly or wavy quality. The coat color is often in the lighter shades of tan, cream, and with some reddish markings.
These dogs are not overactive, which makes them ideal as apartment pets. They do need some exercise to help minimize their risks of a heart disease, which is something common among the purebred Bolognese dog.
41. Mastidoodle: English Mastiff + Poodle
Mastidoodles are large dogs standing at about 30 inches tall. Their body build is dense and broad, and they tend to have a wavy coat as a Poodle. Regular grooming is crucial to these dogs as their thick fur tends to get matted easily. But the good thing about their coat is that it does not shed as much, which means Mastidoodles are actually hypoallergenic pups.
They may be massive dogs but they are actually quite docile.They are easy to be with and can learn new tricks quickly. If you have a fancy for adventure, these pooches will never hesitate to come with you.
40. Flandoodle: Bouvier des Flandres + Poodle
A designer dog breed, the Flandoodle is a cross between the Standard Poodle and the Bouvier des Flandres. They are large dogs with an average height of 25 inches at the shoulder and weighing about 70 lbs. After all, both parents are pretty tall canines!
Flandoodles have dense and curly medium-length hair. Their coat color varies from black and white to bluish, tan, gray, and red. Although they have thick hair, Flandoodles do not shed as much and can be suitable for folks with allergies.
39. Great Danoodle: Great Dane + Poodle
Combine a Great Dane and a Poodle, and you’ve got an adorable Great Danoodle. These 100-pounder canines are tall, thanks to their Great Dane parent’s leggy features. And just like all Poodle mixes, this pooch has a wavy and thick coat.
Although Great Danoodles are not very common, they are definitely special dogs. They are gentle and calm, so these pups should be fine with children and other pets in the household.
38. Eskipoo: American Eskimo + Poodle
A hybrid pooch whose parents are the Poodle and the American Eskimo, the Eskipoo is a fluffy pooch. They look a bit like a Pomapoo but just a bigger version. With their dense coat, regular grooming is a necessity to keep it under control. That goes without saying that the Eskipoo is not for allergy sufferers.
One thing to note about this Poodle mix – they LOVE to bark. This is why they may not make a great watchdog since these canines have a tendency to bark at just about anything… Even when there is no danger around.
37. Weimardoodle: Weimaraner + Poodle
Also known as the Weimarpoo, the Weimardoodle is the offspring of a Poodle and Weimaraner. They are large dogs while some may be a bit on the average size. For instance, some Wiemardoodles weigh up to 45 lbs while others may grow as much as 70 lbs.
True to its Poodle nature, this pooch has curly or wavy hair. Regular brushing is a must to prevent the coat from tangling. But these dogs are low shedders, making them hypoallergenic mixed breeds.
36. Airedoodle: Airedale Terrier + Poodle
Next up, we have the Airedoodle. This Poodle mix is quite large as a purebred Airedale Terrier, yet with an abundance of wavy, medium-length hair as a Poodle. They usually tip the scale at 60 lbs when fully grown.
As a genuine Terrier, the Airedoodle is one active pooch. They need their daily exercise to prevent behavioral issues. But these dogs are eager to please, which makes them suitable even for first-time owners.
35. Scoodle: Scottish Terrier + Poodle
This medium-sized Poodle mix is a mix of a Poodle and a Scottish Terrier. They have curly hair that varies in different shades such as white, black, brown, and red. Regular grooming should keep their dense coats smooth and free from mats.
While Scoodles are generally mellow dogs, they may snap when teased often. They cannot tolerate rough-housing and should not be left alone with young children.
34. Siberpoo: Siberian Husky + Poodle
The Siberpoo is one of the Poodle mixes with a relatively long lifespan. These canines often live up to 13 years as they are hardy like a Siberian Husky. Their coats often come in a Husky’s typical colors such as gray and white with a few black streaks, yet curly as a Poodle.
Patience is a necessity when training a Siberpoo. They are a bit stubborn, so you need to be consistent and firm to keep them in line. When well-trained, these canines can be gentle and affectionate.
33. Jackapoo: Jack Russell + Poodle
One of the newest Poodle mixes, the Jackapoo is the proud offspring of the Poodle and the Jack Russell. Bred initially in the United States, this mixed breed can now be found in several other parts of the world.
Depending on which gene is more dominant, the Jackapoo may look like either parent. They are hyperactive canines that require early training and socialization to integrate better in the family.
32. Doxiepoo: Dachshund + Poodle
Doxiepoos are much like a Dachshund… With a Poodle’s wavy coat. They have a long torso held up by their stubby legs. Some Doxiepoos grow up to 10 lbs while others can weigh about 30 lbs. Overall, they are small dogs with a huge personality.
Thanks to both parents’ strong characters, Doxiepoos are a little stubborn. They can be a challenge to train. But once you get over the hump of training these pooches, they can be very sweet and loving to their favorite humans.
31. Pugapoo: Pug + Poodle
A unique-looking Poodle mix, Pugapoos can take after either parent when it comes to their appearance. They may have the pushed-in face of a Pug or a longer snout as a Poodle. Their coat may also be wavy, curly or straight.
Pugapoos are small canines. Thus, they have the perfect size for a lap dog. And they do love cuddling up with their owners as these pooches are very affectionate and sweet.
30. Poogle: Beagle + Poodle
A fantastic Poodle mix for active fellows, the Poogle has an abundant energy of its parents, the Poodle and Beagle. They have medium-length wavy hair and an average build. Their ears are also floppy and rounded on the bottom as a Beagle’s.
As both parents were originally bred for hunting, Poogles possess strong hunting instincts. They love to sniff and chase smaller animals. This is why they are better off in a fenced yard to keep them from wandering around the neighborhood.
29. Pyredoodle: Pyrenees + Poodle
A gorgeous mix of the fluffy Great Pyrenees and the poised Poodle, the Pyredoodle is a charmer. They are large pups that can grow up to 100 lbs or so. Their hair is medium-length and often wavy. Most Pyredoodles have white coats while others are tan or darker.
These canines are calm and mellow. They hardly ever bark and would love to cuddle. In fact, they act like a lap dog despite their massive sizes!
28. Corgipoo: Corgi + Poodle
Imagine the constantly smiling face and bright eyes of a Corgi combined with a Poodle’s wavy coat, and there’s your Corgipoo! They have stubby legs as a Corgi but they are quite active like a Poodle.
Corgipoos are always eager to please their owners. They love being the center of attention and can easily learn tricks to make people laugh. After all, these dogs are natural entertainers and do well at it!
27. Springerdoodle: English Springer Spaniel + Poodle
A popular Poodle mix, the Springerdoodle is a combination of the Poodle and the English Springer Spaniel. They have double coats and tend to shed a lot. Their hair can vary in length but mostly long and thick, often in shades of cream, white, brown, and black.
Springerdoodles are smart fellows. They are easy to train and are a perfect companion for outdoor adventures. Need an exercise buddy? This pooch never says no to any activity!
26. Shepadoodle: German Shepherd + Poodle
Shepadoodle is an alert Poodle mix with the trademark black and brown coat colors of a German Shepherd but in a wavy texture like a Poodle. They have warm brown eyes with an alert expression, making them a perfect guard dog.
With both parents’ inherent smarts, Shepadoodle is a highly trainable pup. They are a good fit for first-time dog owners and can do well with families.
25. Newfypoo: Newfoundland + Poodle
Tipping the scale at 150 lbs or so, the Newfypoo is one massive canine. In fact, it is the largest of all Poodle mixes. Part Newfoundland and part Poodle, this fluffy pooch has thick, wavy hair in a wide range of colors such as black, brown, white, and red.
Despite its enormous size, Newfypoos are very mild and mellow. They want nothing more than to shower their owners with lots of love and kisses. Exercise is a must for these dogs to prevent them from being overweight.
24. Irish Doodle: Irish Setter + Poodle
Irish Doodles are amazing pets famous for their luxurious dark red, fluffy coat. They also have floppy ears as an Irish Setter and wavy hair as a Poodle. These are your medium-sized dogs that should fit perfectly in a compact space.
Apartment dwellers will love having an Irish Doodle around because of their calm personality. They are not barkers, so you – and your neighbors – can enjoy some peace and quiet with these canines.
23. Havapoo: Havanese + Poodle
Another hypoallergenic Poodle mix, the Havapoo is the adorable offspring or the Havanese and Poodle. They have smooth curly hair in tan, beige, red, white, and several other shades. They are low-shedders and should pose no issue for allergy sufferers.
These are small dogs with a big heart. As self-confessed cuddle bugs, Havapoos enjoy being by their favorite human’s side and snuggling up with them.
22. Aussiedoodle: Australian Shepherd + Poodle
Aussiedoodles are a delightful mixed breed with the interesting genes of a Poodle and an Australian Shepherd dog. These dogs can go from 30 lbs while larger ones reach up to 70 lbs.
Noted for their Teddy Bear look, Aussiedoodles have fluffy and wavy medium-length coats. They usually come in shades of white, brown, and black. Got allergies? This should never be an issue with Aussiedoodles because they are naturally hypoallergenic dogs.
21. Rottle: Rottweiler + Poodle
Featuring a robust build typical of a Rottweiler and a generous amount of wavy hair as a Poodle, the Rottle is a fascinating mixed breed. The more typical coat colors are black and brown, and they have large brown eyes peeping through their dense fur.
To strangers, Rottles tend to be quite reserved and aloof. But with their family, you can expect this pooch to be quite outgoing and social. But overall, they are not as active as the other Poodle mixes.
20. Boxerdoodle: Boxer + Poodle
Combining the genes of a Boxer and a Poodle, the Boxerdoodle is indeed a happy mix. They often come in larger varieties although there are a few small ones, as well. These dogs are noted for their elongated snout with a mustache-looking hair.
Boxerdoodles are highly energetic canines. They are very fond of games and movement. So, if you are the kind who likes to stay active, this Poodle mix is a great companion.
19. Bidoodle: Bichon Frise + Poodle
They may come in different names such as Doodle Frise, Bichoodle, or Bidoodle, but one thing’s common – they are always the same tiny ball of fluff. This Poodle mix has a Bichon’s fluffy coat and small stature, as well as a Poodle’s tight curls.
Bidoodles are noted for their affectionate character. They are very loyal to their owners and will never show any signs of aggression to anyone at all. With their tiny frame and sweet personality, Bidoodles are the perfect lap dog.
18. Saint Berdoodle: Saint Bernard + Poodle
A cross between the gigantic Saint Bernard and a Poodle, the Saint Berdoodle is quite like a Bernedoodle except bigger. Their fur is dense and fluffy, which makes them highly adaptable to cold climates. These canines weigh more than 100 lbs when fully grown.
This hybrid dog is well-suited in a temperate environment. They have a difficult time coping with the heat and may make them prone to dehydration and exhaustion.
17. Westiepoo: West Highland Terrier + Poodle
A feisty Poodle mix, a Westiepoo is what you get when you mix a Poodle and a West Highland Terrier. Their coats come in various shades, depending on the more dominant gene of their parents. As for their body shape, they may either be stout as a Terrier or lean as a Poodle.
Westiepoos love to sniff and chase smaller creatures, which is quite common with Terriers. So, if you have tiny pets in the house, be sure to keep them away from this pooch. Additionally, exercise and mental stimulation are a must for this mix.
16. Bordoodle: Border Collie + Poodle
Bordoodles are medium-sized dogs that look more like a Poodle than a Border Collie. They often have gray and white coats while others have a shade of black or brown. Just like the Poodle, they have a low-shedding fluffy coat, making them hypoallergenic canines.
As both parents are pretty brainy, so is the Bordoodle. They thrive on mental stimulation, as well as physical activities. These are very important to ensure their health and eliminate negative behaviors.
15. Bassetoodle: Basset Hound + Poodle
This half-Basset Hound and half-Poodle is a mixture of two popular dog breeds. They have a long torso and stubby legs like a Basset and wavy hair as a Poodle. Their big nose and large dark eyes add to their appeal, as well.
Overall, Bassetoodles are calm dogs. They get along well with other pets in the house and do great with children. Since they require minimal exercise, a daily brisk walk should suffice for their regular activity.
14. Peekapoo: Pekingese + Poodle
Peekapoos are small Poodle mix dogs with either a flat face as a Pekingese or longer snout as a Poodle. They have no undercoat and their fur is usually wavy or curly. Grooming should be a breeze with this adorable canine.
One thing to note about the Peekapoo – they do well in a mild climate. If it gets too hot or too cold, they tend to suffer from breathing difficulties. This is a genetic issue with purebred Pekingese, which a Peekapoo is not immune from.
13. Chi-Poo: Chihuahua + Poodle
Think of the Chi-Poo as a larger Chihuahua, with its apple-shaped head, compact body build, and a medium-length wavy hair. These dogs often come with different coat colors, although the common ones are white, cream, and brown.
Chi-poos have a big personality. They can be dominant like a tiny Napoleon. Thus, early training and socialization are necessary to keep them in line. When well-trained, this Poodle mix can be some of the sweetest and most affectionate dogs in the bunch!
12. Whoodle: Wheaton Terrier + Poodle
Whoodles are a mix of the Poodle and Wheaton Terrier gene. They are dense coats and oftentimes with a long beard, giving them a wise, old dog look.
This mix is quite energetic and intelligent, which are common features of both parents. They are easy to train and should be suitable for first-time owners. They also love to hunt, which is typical of a Terrier.
11. Shih-Poo: Shih Tzu + Poodle
Cute and cuddly, that’s the Shih Poo for you! This Poodle dog mix has the sleek and smooth hair of a Shih Tzu but in gentle waves or curls. These canines are hypoallergenic and are one of least smelly canines in the dogdom.
Personality-wise, Shih-Poos prefer a calm environment. They do not do well in stressful and chaotic situations, which can cause them anxiety. Hence, these pups are well suited for singles or couples without any children around.
10. Yorkipoo: Yorkshire Terrier + Poodle
This list of Poodle mixes will never be complete without the Yorkipoo. These pudgy tiny pups are a mix of the Toy Poodle and the Yorkshire Terrier. They are teeny tiny and about 10 lbs light. Their coat is usually wavy and fluffy, yet they don’t shed as much.
With the naturally strong prey drive of the Yorkie, expect this energetic fellow to require some serious training at an early age. They are also a bit on the vocal side, so it is best to get this habit addressed sooner rather than later with positive reinforcement.
9. Pomapoo: Pomeranian + Poodle
As both parents – the Pomeranian and the Poodle – are fluffy, so is the charming offspring! The Pomapoo is always tiny at around 10 to 12 lbs. They shed a lot, which means they need regular brushing and grooming to keep their coat under control.
Thanks to their purse-friendly build, Pomapoos are fantastic apartment dogs. They are also relatively quiet canines, so your neighbors are going to love them. Smart and obedient, it should not take too long to train these cuties.
8. Schnoodle: Schnauzer + Poodle
Schnoodles embody perfection in every single way. Their coat is fluffy, yet just the right amount of thickness and minimal shedding. They can come in various shades including black, white, gray, cream, and red.
It is also worth noting that Schnoodles have varied sizes. You should be able to find them in compact sizes when bred with a Toy Poodle or medium-built when combined with a Standard Poodle. Either way, they are a lovable bunch that is sure to grace your home!
7. Sheepadoodle: Sheepdog + Poodle
Underneath that abundantly wavy coat is a gentle and calm spirit. The Sheepadoodle is a densely-furred pooch that is a mixture of a Standard Poodle and a Sheepdog. Fully grown Sheepadoodles can go up to 30 lbs heavy… Or more!
With its background as a herding dog, this pooch is highly dependable and responsible. This is why they are excellent family dogs. They do need a big space to romp around because of their high energy level combined with their massive stature.
6. Bernedoodle: Bernese Mountain Dog + Poodle
One of the fluffiest Poodle mixes in the bunch is the Bernedoodle. They are gigantic canines tipping the scale at more than 80 lbs and covered in very thick curly coats. These massive babies often come in three colors such as black, brown or red and white.
Due to their large build, Bernedoodles are a bit on the lethargic side. They prefer lounging over movement, so it is best to motivate them to exercise more to prevent obesity.
5. Cockapoo: Cocker Spaniel + Poodle
Another tiny Doodle, the Cockapoo is a mix of the Cocker Spaniel and the Mini Poodle. The largest they can get is 25 lbs heavy, yet most of them are smaller. Their fur is thick, wavy, and long. Grooming is a necessity for these pooches to prevent matting and tangling in their fur.
True to their Cocker Spaniel heritage, these dogs enjoy movement. They love to sniff out and follow different smells. Games and activities outdoors are always enjoyable for these energetic canines.
4. Cavapoo: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel + Poodle
Lean and long, that’s the Cavapoo for you. They have a Poodle’s long legs and a Cavalier’s wavy tri-color coat. Their snout is also longer unlike a purebred Cavalier’s snubbed nose.
Cavapoos are some of the most affectionate Poodle mixes there are. Caring for them is effortless as they are naturally sweet and adorable. However, their tendency to play all the time makes training a bit trickier, especially to first-time owners.
3. Goldendoodle: Golden Retriever + Poodle
Goldendoodles are among the most famous variants of Poodle mixes for a number of reasons. They come from two popular purebreds – the Golden Retriever and the Standard Poodle. These pups are big – about 80 lbs or so. But they are lean as a Poodle, yet with a Golden’s luxurious wheaten or golden coat.
Interesting, there are also smaller Goldendoodles when bred with a Toy Poodle. In this case, these tiny babies are only about 20 lbs or under. They are a better option for apartment dwellers who look for low-maintenance and compact pets.
2. Maltipoo : Maltese + Poodle
Speaking of tiny, we have the ultra-compact Maltipoo. Their diminutive size allows them to fit easily in a compact home… Or even a purse! They are usually 10 lbs or less and covered in thick and wavy white or cream-colored fur.
Maltipoos are very social creatures. They love to be the center of attention and respond well to commands. These are intelligent creatures that are quite easy to train. Thus, they are perfect for first-time owners, couples, and seniors.
1. Labradoodle: Labrador Retriever + Poodle
Last but not least, we have the charming Labradoodle. A hybrid dog whose parents are a Labrador Retriever and a Standard Poodle, this pooch has tight curls but shorter in length than a Poodle. Depending on the parent’s coat color, Labradoodles may have black, chocolate, or white fur
In spite of the short fur, it is very important to brush it regularly to prevent mats and tangles. Think of it as a sheep’s thick and burly wool, which can get out of control without proper grooming.
Are All Poodle Mixes Hypoallergenic? Not all Poodle cross breeds are hypoallergenic. There are some mixes that shed heavily such as the Bernedoodle, Sheepadoodle, and the Saint Berdoodle. However, many Poodle mixes are hypoallergenic, especially the ones with shorter hairs, although not all.
What Is The Smallest Poodle Mix Breed? When bred with the Toy Poodle or Miniature Poodle, a Poodle mix breed will end up being smaller, often under 10 lbs. In fact, the smallest Poodle mix breed is the Chi-poo, which is an offspring of a tiny Chihuahua and a Toy Poodle. There are also other top contenders for being the smallest Poodle mix breed such as the Maltipoo, Pomapoo, and the Yorkipoo.
Why Are Poodle Mixes So Expensive? Poodle mixes are quite expensive because they are so-called “designer” dogs. Moreover, Poodles are noted for their exceptional abilities in various areas such as agility, truffle hunting, and obedience training. A Poodle mix breed can set you back at around $700 to as much as $5,000.