Tag Poodle

Irish Wolfadoodle

Also known by the name of Woodle, the Irish Wolfadoodle is one of the tallest designer dog breeds in town. The aim of developing the Woodle was to increase the short lifespan of the Irish Wolfhound, which up to now, is successful. However, it is the docile, loving, and goofy personality that will endear you to Irish Wolfadoodle.

Miniature Poodle

A Miniature Poodle is a variation of the Poodle dog breed known for its medium-sized build that falls in between the larger Standard Poodle and the tiny Toy Poodle. Mini Poodles are in a lot of ways similar to both variations of the Poodle, in terms of needs and personality.

Parti Poodle

A Parti Poodle is a variety of the Poodle dog breed characterized by a coat that has white fur covering more than 50% of the body. They are usually two-toned, with the second, darker color appearing as patches randomly on the dogโ€™s body.

Whoodle Dog

The Whoodle is a mixed breed dog developed from the Poodle and the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier. More often than not, medium-sized or miniature Poodles are used in this mix as they are the closest in terms of size and build to the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier dog.

White Poodle

What exactly is a White Poodle? A White Poodle is a purebred Poodle whose coat color is a striking, startling white, without any tinge of tan, cream, or yellow. The white coloration on their coat is a result of the action of a pair of recessive genes that block the formation of pigment in White Poodleโ€™s coat hair.

Toy Poodle

Toy Poodles are technically a variation of the Poodle dog breed that is characterized by a height not exceeding 10 inches.

Phantom Poodle

The Phantom Poodle is a variety of poodle that comes with a distinct color pattern on its coat, rather than a solid coat. Except for the color differences, the Phantom Poodle has similar characteristics to the Standard Poodle, including the same bodily appearance, same personality, and same level of intelligence.

Apricot Poodle

An Apricot Poodle is a purebred Poodle whose coat is a light yellowish-orange color. Apricot Poodles are much lighter compared to Red or Brown Poodles but darker than Cream Poodles. Except for their color, Apricot Poodles are no different from other Poodles.