All About Doodles!
Why do Doodles make such great pets? Poodles themselves shed very little, making them and other breeds mixed with poodles essentially hypoallergenic - and therefore great for dog allergy sufferers.
Here are some facts about a few of the most popular Doodle breeds. A Springerdoodle is a cross between an English Springer Spaniel and a Standard Poodle. Springerdoodles may be parti-color or tri-color, and they do not shed ... Or at least, they are more consistently lower-shedding or non-shedding than are Labradoodles and Goldendoodles. That's because labs and goldens have heavy-shedding, thick under coats, whereas English Springer Spaniels do not.
Dalmadoodles are a cross between Dalmations and purebred Poodles. They can also be called Dalmationdoodles, Dalmationpoos, and Dalmapoos. Dalmadoodles' personalities can be more like Dalmations, or more like Poodles - meaning they'll either be smart and stubborn like Dalmations, and therefore difficult when it comes to dog training, or they'll be smart and eager to learn like Poodles. No matter what personality your Dalmadoodle has, it will be important to start potty training early. One of our favorite products for potty training is Bark Potty, because it's all natural and contains the natural smells that compel dogs to "go".
A Goldendoodle is a Golden Retriever crossed with a Poodle. A Goldendoodle coat may be one of three types: straighter like a golden's, wavy, or curlier like a poodle's coat. Most Goldendoodles have the "bump" on the top of the head that is characteristic of Golden Retrievers.
If you're thinking about getting a doodle puppy don't forget about potty training! Bark Potty is essential for potty training puppies because it's all natural and makes the transition between indoor and outdoor bathroom breaks easier!