Spoodle Breed Information:
A Spoodle is developed by crossing an English Cocker Spaniel and Toy Poodle. Spoodles have wonderful temperaments, which is what they were specifically bred for. They are a medium sized breed with semi long hair and long soft ears.
Spoodles are suited to any family. They are a moderate energy dog, so they love to play and therefore make a great family dog.
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All puppies come microchipped, wormed, vaccinated and flea treated. Every puppy comes with a 14 day health guarantee and a 7 day cooling off period as part of our standard policies and procedures. You will also receive a FREE vet check and FREE 4 weeks pet insurance!
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Spoodle Breed Information:
Height: 30-50cm, Weight: 6-12kg
Spoodles are known to be a happy, loyal, playful and sociable breed – sometimes referred to as the ‘social butterfly’ of dogs. The Spoodle is an intelligent dog and loves to be part of the action. They are a very affectionate, outgoing and playful breed, making them great for families with children and they generally get along well with other dogs, given they have been well socialised as a puppy. They are easy going and will be happy to participate in whatever you are doing, whether its playing fetch in the back yard or curling up to watch a movie - whatever love you give them, they will give it back two-fold!
Grooming requirements for Spoodles depend on their coat type. The Spoodles with more curly, poodle like coats will need to be brushed every second day to avoid tangles and matting, while the Spoodles with the straighter, Cocker spaniel like coat will suffice with a couple of brushes a week. During the summer especially, a clip is recommended every 6-8 weeks. Like all dog breeds with floppy ears, Spoodles need to have their ears properly dried after their bath, and regularly checked to avoid infections. Depending on the generation of the Spoodle, their amounts of shedding may vary. In first generation Spoodles, the puppy can side genetically more with one parent than the other, this means that if they look more like a straight, cocker spaniel coat they are more likely to still shed and if they side with the curlier, poodle coat there is generally little to no shedding. From second generation onwards, the poodle coat becomes more prominent meaning the puppies are likely to be low to non-shedding.
Spoodles have a moderate energy level, so will require a walk every 1-2 days. If they are well socialised and outgoing, it is also a good idea to take them to parks or other pet friendly areas, where they can interact with other dogs and people - being a very social breed, they can get a little stir crazy cooped up at home all the time.
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