Poodle mixes are excellent dogs that are easy to befriend and love. Regardless of your preference, there’s surely a Poodle mix that is perfect for you.
From their classy and elegant looks to their high intelligence, Poodle mixes are nothing short of amazing. In fact, pet enthusiasts love these mixes so much that they gave them fun, quirky, and unique names!
In this guide, we’ll talk about the 61 different types of Poodle mixes. That said, if you are interested in finding the perfect Poodle mix for you, stick around and read along!
61 Poodle Mixes
The Poodle mixes in this list come in different shapes and sizes with different temperaments that are suitable for different types of people.
They may not be similar in one way or another, but they are all products of the popular Poodle.
Without further ado, here are some of the best Poodle mixes that you can take home with you.
1. Goldendoodle (Golden Retriever & Poodle Mix)
The Goldendoodle is one of the most popular Poodle mixes out there. With a Poodle and Golden Retriever as its parents, it’s no surprise why this mix is well-sought-after and well-loved.
Golden Retriever Poodle mixes are highly-social, taking after their Golden Retriever parent. They get along really well with people and animals alike.
They can be very easy to train, making them a good choice among first-time dog owners.
While Goldendoodles are not completely hypoallergenic, they still require regular grooming. They are light shedders, making them a very good dog companion for people with allergies.
These Goldendoodles usually exhibit a golden coat color like their Golden Retriever parent. However, they can also be black, copper, white, cream, gray, apricot, or red.
Aside from color variety, Golden Retriever Poodle mixes also come in a handful of size variants. Watch this video to learn more about Goldendoodle sizes:
2. Poochon (Bichon Frise & Poodle Mix)
Also called Bichpoo or Bichon Poo, this adorable mix between a Toy Poodle and a Bichon Frise makes a great companion for active families. They are highly sociable, so they can’t be left alone for long periods of time.
Poochons are known to be very playful and friendly dogs, just like their Bichon Frise parents.
With their looks, do not be surprised when people ask to pet your pup while on walks, as they surely will get attention wherever they go.
Bichon Frise Poodle mixes usually come in different colors, such as cream, tan, and apricot. Their coats are solid but may sometimes have a blend of colors.
Additionally, although grooming Pichoons can be challenging and will often require professional grooming, they are a great choice for people with allergies as they shed lightly.
3. Shih Poo (Shih Tzu & Poodle Mix)
The Shih Poo, a mix of a Shih Tzu and a Poodle, is also among the most popular mixes of the Poodle breed.
Their popularity can be linked to their adorable looks and their versatility in living in just about any kind of home.
These small to medium-sized lapdogs are often described as playful and friendly dogs. They have moderate energy that makes them enjoy napping for hours. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t enjoy walks.
While they enjoy sleeping and cuddling, they also love going outside and playing with their humans and fellow animals. Like their Shih Tzu parents, they do not shy away from strangers.
If you are looking for a guard dog, the Shih Tzu Poodle mix might not be the best choice. They may be barky at times, but it is often to alert you to any displeasure that they experience.
The Shih Tzu Poodle mix is a light shedder, thanks to its curly coat. They also come in black, white, brown, brindle, and all variations and color combinations.
4. Maltipoo (Maltese & Poodle Mix)
The Maltipoo is a cross of the Maltese and the Toy or Miniature Poodle. They are active and energetic small-sized adorable dogs that make excellent watchdogs because barking can be their favorite pastime.
They get along with kids and other pets really well. Maltipoos are versatile in nature, making them a great option for small families living in apartments. However, they may need daily exercise like walking or running around.
While they may be a great option for everyone, especially first-time pet owners, they are not suited for busy people who work long hours as these dogs do not enjoy being alone.
Their coat color comes in a variety of colors, with cream, white, black, and silver being the most common. They feature a medium to long, curly, fluffy, and wool-like texture coat.
Generally, Maltipoos are healthy dogs with a lifespan of about 12 to 14 years.
Similarly, a Maltipoo’s price tag is lower compared to other dog breeds that are low maintenance. That is why it is no surprise this mix is well-sought after.
5. Huskydoodle (Siberian Husky & Poodle Mix)
This Siberian Husky and Standard Poodle mix goes by several names, including Huskydoodle, Siberpoo, Poosky, and Huskypoo, is a highly intelligent, full of energy mid to large-sized dog.
Huskydoodles make excellent family dogs as they are highly sociable. They love the attention of people and love playing around children. However, supervision is recommended as they may play roughly at times.
While they may enjoy the presence of other dogs, Huskydoodles may not get along really well with cats, chickens, and similar animals because of the strong prey drive that they got from their Husky parent.
As with their coat color, they mainly come in black, gray, and white. However, there are instances when they take on some of the Poodle’s colors, such as apricot, red, brown, or a mix of colors.
Unfortunately, this may not be a good choice for people with dog allergies as there is a huge tendency that Huskydoodles take after their Husky coat traits, which include seasonal shedding.
On the brighter side, these Huskydoodles can endure cold temperatures, especially if they inherit the double coat of their Husky parent.
6. Bernedoodle (Bernese Mountain Dog & Poodle Mix)
The Bernedoodle is a mixed breed of the Bernese Mountain Dog and a Standard Poodle.
This large-sized dog adopts the best features of both its parent breeds, making this mix an easily trained dog that is especially good with children.
This gentle giant knows how to behave well around children. Although you may need to supervise your small children when playing with Bernedoodles, you can expect very little to no accidents at all.
However, despite being gentle and affectionate dogs, they require early training as their size may likely cause injury to humans. You won’t have any problems with it, though, as Bernedoodles are intelligent dogs.
While this Bernese Mountain Dog and Poodle mix may adapt to apartment living, it is highly recommended for animals of this size to live in a house with a yard where they can burn off energy and exercise.
7. Cockapoo (Cocker Spaniel & Poodle Mix)
The Cockapoo, a cross between the Cocker Spaniel and Poodle, is among the oldest designer dogs. They are often paired with Toy Poodles and Standard Poodles, which is why their size varies.
This Poodle Cocker Spaniel mix has its own kennel club — the American Cockapoo Club that recognizes and sets the standards for the Cockapoo breed.
This medium-sized dog is known to be very active and outgoing. However, these affectionate dogs also appreciate lounging around and curling on your lap to take a nap.
With that, this mix may not be the best choice for people with allergies.
With regards to their personality and temperament, Cockapoos are very easy to train as they are intelligent dogs making them a good choice for first-time pet owners.
8. Jack-a-Poo (Jack Russell Terrier & Poodle Mix)
When a Jack Russell Terrier is mixed with either a Toy or Miniature Poodle, it results in affectionate Jack-a-poos that are often very energetic dogs that make great companions.
Jack-a-Poos inherited both the Poodle and Jack Russell’s wits. They are known to be very clever dogs, so training them will not be hard on the owner’s part.
This mixed-breed dog can be a great option for people living in an apartment because of its small-to-medium size. However, as with any other pets, they may need plenty of exercise to exhaust their energy.
As with any other mixed breed dogs, Jack-a-Poos are not recognized by the American Kennel Club. They are, however, recognized by the Designer Breed Registry and American Canine Hybrid Club, among others.
If you are looking for a pet companion with a bag of personality and a long lifespan, the Jack-a-Poo may be the breed for you!
Watch this video to see a Jack-a-Poo puppy in action:
9. Labradoodle (Labrador Retriever & Poodle Mix)
Having a Labrador Retriever and a Standard Poodle as parents, Labradoodles, without a doubt, make amazing family dogs and are so good at winning over other people’s hearts.
While these Labradoodles may be versatile and are a great option for all family types, people living in an apartment setting may reconsider getting this dog.
Ideally, Labrador Retriever Poodle mixes need a large space to live in due to their energetic nature.
Both its parent breeds are energetic, athletic dogs, so expect that your Labradoodle will definitely need plenty of exercise!
That being said, if you do not have the time to spend walking and playing with your dog and you cannot handle a high-energy dog, then you might want to reconsider your options.
These adorable gentle giants come in solid colors of chocolate, apricot, black, brown, cream, or beige.
Depending on which fur parent your Labradoodle takes after, they may have a short double coat, a long curly coat, or a combination of both.
10. Yorkiepoo (Yorkshire Terrier & Poodle Mix)
This designer dog is a mix between two popular dog breeds — the Yorkshire Terrier and a Toy or Miniature Poodle. When combined, this results in an intelligent, affectionate, and adorable companion fit for apartment life.
Though small in size, Yorkiepoos have huge personalities. They love hanging around their humans and socializing with other pets. They are loving and cuddly pets and are suited best for not-so-small children.
Small breeds like Yorkiepoos are not recommended for those with very small children since the dog can be easily injured when improperly handled.
Having Yorkshire Terrier and Poodle parents, Yorkiepoos grow to be intelligent dog breeds that can be trained, especially when you start them young. However, owners should expect occasional stubbornness from this dog breed.
If you are looking for a light-shedder pet, then the Yorkiepoo might be the one for you.
Their straight to curly, soft, and silky coat, however, requires daily brushing in order to avoid tangles which may, later on, cause matting.
11. Westiepoo (West Highland White Terrier & Poodle Mix)
Also known as Westiedoodles, this mix of the West Highland White Terrier and Miniature or Toy Poodle breed is well-loved for being a low-maintenance pet despite sporting very expensive looks.
This adorable Poodle mixes sports small, expressive eyes and a button nose, taking after its West Highland White Terrier parent. It may also have low-hanging, fluffy ears from its Poodle parent.
This mixed breed would gladly want to snuggle and chill with you as you watch television on a lazy afternoon.
However, they also require exercise, adequate playtime, and stimulating activities to exhaust their energy.
Unfortunately, Westipoos do not get along with other animals really well and are not very welcoming to strangers. They also have a strong prey or hunting drive, making them susceptible to chasing animals.
However, these traits can be managed and corrected with proper training and early socialization.
Obedience training and taking your dogs to parks where they can mingle with other dogs at a fairly young age can help a lot.
12. Cavapoo (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel & Poodle Mix)
These fun-loving dogs have a very playful energy that can be a good match for any pet-loving family.
These small rays of sunshine thrive at obedience, rally, and agility training and also make wonderful therapy dogs.
Much like their Poodle parent, Cavapoos are intelligent and gentle dogs that love pleasing other people. However, like their Cavalier Spaniel parent, they do not like to be left alone.
When left alone on their own for a long period of time, there are tendencies for unwanted behaviors like barking and destruction.
As with their looks, this mixed breed has long with some wavy or curly coats. They come in a range of colors such as blue, gray, silver, brown, apricot, cream, rich brown, cafe-au-lait, and black.
13. Shepadoodle (German Shepherd & Poodle Mix)
The Shepadoodle is a mix of a German Shepherd and a Standard Poodle. With two highly-intelligent parent breeds, Shepadoodles are surely as smart as a whip.
The mix results in a Poodle-looking dog with fluffy ears, large brown eyes, and a long tail. They typically come in black and brown fur colors, like the German Shepherd, and may inherit either long or short coats.
In addition, they can also come in tri-color or can be a single dark color.
Personality-wise, Shepadoodles are generally loyal and affectionate dog breeds. They can be fantastic guard dogs since they can be very protective of their owners.
However, to truly do their job as companion dogs, they may need to be trained for them to learn how to follow proper commands.
Additionally, because of their size, Shepadoodles may need a huge area to run around and exercise where they can exhaust their energy. Alternatively, owners can also take them for walks and play around in dog parks.
14. Aussiedoodle (Australian Shepherd & Poodle Mix)
With an Australian Shepherd and Standard Poodle parent, Ausiedoodles inherit some of the best qualities from both their parents resulting in a large-sized, smart and loyal pup.
Ausiedoodles are athletic dogs that excel in sports, agility, and obedience training. However, they can be pretty stubborn at times which can make training a bit challenging.
That is why experts recommend finding out what motivates them and using this in training. For food-motivated dogs, treats will help make your training easier.
While they may be a good match for all family types, this breed is best for those with an active lifestyle and those with fenced areas at home where they can roam around.
Moreover, Australian Shepherd Poodle mixes may not be a good match for people with allergies as they have moderate shedders that shed heavily during specific seasons.
15. Irish Doodle (Irish Setter & Poodle Mix)
If you are looking for a family pet, then the Irish Doodle should be on your list. This Irish Setter and Poodle mix is a great choice for families as they are generally friendly, clever, and get along with children really well.
The Irish Doodle will surely live up to your expectations of this breed. They are not just adorable faces; they also have a loveable attitude.
Irish Doodles can thrive in apartment-living set-ups. Unlike other medium-sized dogs, these adorable breeds do not need a lot of exercise. Although, they would appreciate it if you’d let them play and run outdoors.
They may look like they are high-maintenance, but they are actually not. They require regular brushing, but no over-the-top grooming is needed for Irish Doodles.
Furthermore, they are also low-shedding dogs — another point to consider when getting a family dog, especially those with allergy sufferers.
16. Airedoodle (Airedale Terrier & Poodle Mix)
If you are looking for a fun-loving family dog that enjoys the outdoors as much as you do, then this Airedale Terrier and Standard Poodle mix may be an excellent match for you.
Full-grown Airedoodles are medium to large in size and feature a wiry coat with a long snout. They have fluffy ears and a sturdy appearance, making them look so adorably cute despite their size.
This designer dog breed is unsurprisingly one of the most intelligent dog breeds. Airedoodles are easy to train and can make a great watchdog because of their alert nature.
Similarly, they also get along really well with kids as they are naturally playful dogs. However, it is best to constantly keep an eye on when kids and dogs play to avoid accidents from rough play.
While Airedoodles may be a good option for all family types, they are prone to experiencing separation anxiety because of their highly sociable nature. Thus, this breed is not recommended for busy individuals.
17. Sheepadoodle (Old English Sheepdog & Poodle Mix)
A Sheepadoodle is a designer dog that is a mix between two of the smartest dog breeds — the Old English Sheepdog and the Standard Poodle. This mix produces adorable, affectionate, and loyal dogs.
Sheepadoodles have the natural ability to connect with their humans, making them a popular breed option as therapy or emotional support dogs.
Because of this, they need to be around their owners most of the time, which makes it difficult to leave them alone for long periods of time. When left alone, Sheepadoodles are prone to experience separation anxiety.
That being said, they are best suited for families who rarely go out of town or those that are willing to take these Sheepadoodles with them on their travels.
Sheepadoodles work really well with people of all ages — adults and kids alike. Despite their size, they are even-tempered and are gentle around children when playing.
18. Bossi-Poo (Boston Terrier & Poodle Mix)
The Bossipoo is a product of crossing a Boston Terrier and a Poodle. With these two breeds as parents, you can expect your pet to be extremely smart, affectionate, and highly trainable.
Although Bossipoos are small dogs, they tend to be the life of the party and love getting attention from everyone. However, this also means that they are prone to experiencing separation anxiety.
This designer dog is a great option for huge families as they work well with people of any age. They love snuggling and playing around. Indeed, the perfect pooch to come home to.
Boston Terrier Poodle mixes also get along really well with other pets, including cats. Though, for some, they might need to be slowly introduced first before they could comfortably and harmoniously live together.
Overall, this adorable pooch can truly become a great addition to your family!
19. Cairnoodle (Cairn Terrier & Poodle Mix)
Cairnoodle is a mixed breed created when you combine a Cairn Terrier with a Poodle. This mix produces designer dogs that make amazing companion dogs with high energy levels.
This pooch is known to have a very sensitive temperament. Thus, needing a lot of time and affection from its humans. They do love snuggling and do not tolerate being left alone for long periods of time.
Cairnoodle owners should have the time to exercise with this pup since this breed has moderate-intensity exercise needs. They also need mentally stimulating activities from time to time.
On the other hand, owners also need to have the time and patience to train Cairnoodles. Unfortunately, while this breed is known to be intelligent and may be easily trained, Cairnoodles are stubborn.
With perseverance paired with positive reinforcement, Cairnoodles can be trained and can grow into amazing loyal companions that are a great addition to your family.
20. French Boodle (French Bulldog & Poodle Mix)
Looking for a small pup with a huge personality? Then the French Bulldog and Poodle mix may be the dog breed you’re looking for.
French Boodles, as they are commonly known, got most of their dog parent’s best traits.
This fun-loving French Bulldog Poodle mix will surely snatch your heart with its intelligence and very child-like personality — playful, friendly, affectionate, and loves being the center of the family’s attention.
Although known for being smart, French Boodles are stubborn. Thus, you might have a hard time training them, but there’s nothing unattainable with patience and consistency paired with positive reinforcement.
As with their health, French Boodles, unfortunately, are at risk for breathing and respiratory issues, especially if they inherit their French Bulldog parent’s flat face and short snout.
Aside from that issue, you can expect this pooch to be in tip-top shape, and with a life expectancy of 11 to 13 years, you surely can grow old with this adorable pup.
21. Springerdoodle (Springer Spaniel & Poodle Mix)
Also called Sproodles, the Springer Spaniel and Poodle mixes feature adorable floppy ears and long wavy coats. They usually come in Mini and Standard sizes depending on what type of Poodle was paired.
Personality-wise, Springerdoodles grow to be intelligent and loyal dogs, much like their parent breeds. They are highly sociable and need a lot of attention. That being said, they struggle to be left alone.
They are also very active and may need ample time for outdoor exercise. They thrive better in homes with a yard where they can run around and play. Aside from these activities, they also enjoy walks and swimming.
However, the downside of owning a Springerdoodle is that they might need an occasional trip to a professional groomer.
Their long and wavy fur is prone to matting which is why it is important to maintain this by brushing regularly.
If you think you can commit to the time and attention needed by this little pooch, it indeed is a good idea to take home one!
22. Bassetoodle (Basset Hound & Poodle Mix)
Regardless of their size, these Bassetoodles all grow to be outgoing, friendly dogs that love being close to their humans. They are cuddly dogs who would appreciate it if you pet them every now and then.
This breed is ideal for families, especially those with small children. They work well with them and may even love hanging out or playing around.
However, these Bassetoodles have a reputation for being stubborn which may make training them a challenge.
But with a Poodle parent — one of the smartest dogs in the world, your Bassetoodle will surely be able to catch up.
Overall, this pooch is a good pet choice should you want to add another member to your growing family.
23. Bordoodle (Border Collie & Poodle Mix)
The Bordoodle is a mix between a Border Collie and a Poodle that results in a medium-sized pooch that comes in a range of coat colors and patterns of either black, white, gray, or brown.
Like Poodles, the Border Collie is also known to be a smart dog breed. That is why the mix of these two breeds produces highly-intelligent, highly-trainable dogs.
With Bordoodles being highly-trainable, they can be a great addition to any family type. They love hanging out with their family and would appreciate playing with them. They get along with children really well, too!
This mix, however, can have a lot of energy. It is essential to keep them busy and well-exercised to keep them happy and healthy.
Additionally, it is very important that they release this energy. Just like any other dog, pent-up energy can cause undesirable behavior such as excessive barking and destruction.
24. Doberdoodle (Doberman Pinscher & Poodle Mix)
The Doberdoodle, a crossbreed of the Doberman Pinscher and Poodle mix, is a very interesting hybrid dog. It is a mix of two dog breeds with slightly opposite traits.
Its Doberman parent is known for its strong and stubborn yet fearless temperament, while a Poodle is intelligent, pleasant, and people-pleasing. Both breeds, however, are smart dogs.
Surprisingly, this mix produces a dog with a well-balanced temperament. Inheriting their parent breeds’ wits and intelligence, Bordoodles are very easy to train dogs.
Most of these Bordoodles also do not inherit their Doberman parent’s guard dog instinct and are, in fact, very calm, as opposed to the Doberman’s tendency to be aggressive when needed.
Bordoodles grow to be friendly dogs that love playing with their humans. They also get along with other pets quickly.
While you may be tempted to take home a Bordoodle, if you have a lot of commitments, it is best to reconsider owning this breed as they are prone to developing separation anxiety.
25. Whoodle (Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier & Poodle Mix)
This super cute Whoodle is a result of mixing a soft-coated Wheaten Terrier and a Poodle. Aside from its looks, you’d be amazed to know that this mix also has a very pleasing and friendly personality.
You may be tempted to start Whoodle hunting already just by looking at the photo, but although this dog breed is friendly and good for showing off to your friends, they are extremely active dogs that need training.
Additionally, Whoodles constantly crave the attention and company of its humans. That is why people with a lot on their plate should not get this breed, as these dogs may only develop anxiety from being separated.
While most Whoodles come in medium to large sizes, there are also very rare mini Whoodles. Both prefer living in spacious spaces where they can roam around and have fun.
This Whoodle will surely be a great addition and another source of joy in your family.
26. Saint Berdoodle (Saint Bernard & Poodle Mix)
The Saint Berdoodle is a mix of a Saint Bernard and a Standard Poodle. As both its parent breeds are known to have the best personality traits, you can expect the same for these gentle giant mixes.
Saint Berdoodles are very affectionate, highly social, and very friendly. Like its Saint Bernard parent, this mix is also very protective of its family members.
While they may be gentle, owners should know that because of their size, it is not advisable to keep children and Saint Berdoodles alone when playing as it may result in unexpected accidents.
These mixes can come in colors of white and brown and white and black with accents of red.
Likewise, their coats may either be wiry and curly, similar to their Poodle parent, or long and smooth if they take after their Saint Bernard parent.
Unfortunately, they may not be a good option for families with allergy sufferers because they shed excessively, especially during spring and autumn.
27. Schnoodle (Schnauzer & Poodle Mix)
The Schnoodle is a popular hybrid dog breed of a Schnauzer and a Poodle. They are usually paired with either the Toy Poodle, Miniature, or Standard Poodle. Thus, expect that their sizes range from mini to large.
Personality-wise, Schnoodles are very affectionate, playful, and lovable, making them great family companions and therapy dogs. On the other hand, they also thrive in sports and can do well as performance dogs.
That said, they are high-energy dogs that require at least half an hour of exercise a day. They need to be mentally and physically exercised so they won’t be destructive and hard to handle.
28. Pomapoo (Pomeranian & Poodle Mix)
This Pomeranian and Poodle crossbreed is among the most popular Poodle mix. These adorable fluffy creatures are known to be friendly, laid-back, and affectionate.
Due to their size, Pomapoos may be a great breed of choice for people who are living in an apartment as they do not need a large space to run around and exercise.
However, it is important to train these dogs with basic obedience as untrained Pomapoos may exhibit aggressiveness and very unpredictable temperament.
If you are looking at taking home one, make sure to get it from a reputable breeder.
29. Newfypoo (Newfoundland & Poodle Mix)
If you are looking for a big dog with a very gentle heart, this Newfoundland and Poodle mix should be added to your list.
Like its Newfoundland parent’s size, Newfypoos also belong to the large-size dog classification. They can grow up to 150 pounds in size, yet they are as sweet and affectionate as they can get.
Newfypoos get along with everyone really well. They are very friendly and protective of their humans, especially children. However, it is still not advisable to leave kids and dogs of this size alone when playing.
This breed is a highly-active dog. Thus, exercising is required for them. Likewise, they also appreciate alternative activities such as hunting and being involved in water activities.
30. Affenpoo (Affenpinscher & Poodle Mix)
The Affenpoo is a combination of the Affenpinscher, a rat-hunting dog, and the Poodle. They usually come in smaller sizes, but their size highly depends on their Poodle parent’s size.
This mix is highly-trainable and intelligent, which is a great match for new dog owners. Affenpoos, however, may be stubborn at times, making training a bit challenging.
Affenpoos may be a good match for people with allergies. They are low-shedding dogs, although they may need regular brushing to avoid matting and tangles in their coarse, thick coats.
While Affenpoos may be a good breed, it is not recommended for singles with a lot of outside commitments as they are highly sociable and cannot be left alone for long periods of time.
31. Poo-Ton (Coton de Tulear & Poodle Mix)
Also often referred to as Cotondoodle or Cotonpoo, this adorable fur baby is a mix between a Coton de Tulear and a Toy or Miniature Poodle. They are small, affectionate pets with huge personalities.
Pootons get along with kids, adults, and other animals really well. They are very sweet, highly sociable, and love being the center of attention. That being said, they do not enjoy being alone.
However, this breed also loves pleasing their owners, making them very easy to train. Pootons also make great watchdogs despite their size, as they tend to bark when they see intruders.
This breed may be a good choice, especially for new pet owners, as they are generally low maintenance and do not need specific care instruction aside from giving them the attention that they need.
32. Boxerdoodle (Boxer & Poodle Mix)
Pairing a Poodle with a Boxer results in a highly energetic yet very affectionate Boxerdoodle.
They usually come in large sizes; however, because their parents’ sizes vary, Boxerdoodles can come in all sizes and colors.
Contrary to public belief that these Boxerdoodles may be due to their Boxer parent’s reputation of being aggressive, they are actually very clingy and affectionate dogs.
They have a very happy and laid-back temperament that makes them great among kids. Though, parents’ supervision is still required at all times to prevent any untoward incidents.
Additionally, they may need owners with an active lifestyle or at least have time to take these Boxerdoodles for a walk as they may need good exercise every day.
33. Rottle (Rottweiler & Poodle Mix)
The Rottle is a mix of two popular dog breeds — the Rottweiler and the Poodle. Though both parents are well-known, the Rottle is a very rare mix making it hard for you to find it just anywhere else.
Rottle pups inherit their parents’ desirable personality, temperament, and looks, resulting in a highly-intelligent dog with great guarding instincts that may be a good addition to families.
Like Rottweilers, Rottles are very loyal to their families and would do anything to protect their humans. Due to its protective nature, it’s best for both the pet and its owners to train Rottles at a fairly young age.
They can be large in size when full-grown depending on their Poodle and Rottweiler parent’s size.
Despite their fierce looks and tainted reputation for being aggressive and dangerous, Rottles are actually gentle giants.
34. Chipoo (Chihuahua & Poodle Mix)
A Chipoo is a result of mating a Chihuahua and a Poodle. Both its parent breeds are popular for being paired with other different breeds, but this mix, specifically, is one of the most popular Poodle mixes.
Chipoos are lapdogs with huge personalities. They are very playful, intelligent, and highly energetic dogs.
They love being involved in their family member’s activities, so be prepared to have them follow you around.
These pups are also very versatile. They thrive living in any home environment as they get along with everyone really well — kids and other animals included.
The thing about them, though, is that they may sometimes be stubborn and loud. Owners should prepare for these the moment they decide to take home a Chipoo.
35. Corgipoo (Welsh Corgi & Poodle Mix)
The Corgipoo is a mix of a Welsh Corgi and a Poodle, both known for being amazing companions. Much like their Poodle and Corgi parent’s size, Corgipoos are small dogs that are perfect for any living set-up.
Corgipoos are very affectionate and loyal dogs. They get along with kids really well; however, it is still advised to never leave kids and these Corgipoos unattended.
Additionally, they are highly sociable dogs that don’t appreciate being left alone often.
They are also not the best choice if owners are looking for watchdogs as these pups are naturally friendly and would welcome everyone.
They may be small dogs, but Corgipoos are highly-active and very playful. Thus, they need enough exercise every day. Alternatively, you can also give mind-stimulating activities to them to keep them busy.
36. Vizsladoodle (Hungarian Vizsla & Poodle Mix)
The Vizsladoodle, a Hungarian Vizsla and Poodle mix, is a very uncommon hybrid but has great potential to be a companion dog.
With parent breeds that are affectionate and fiercely loyal, the Vizsladoodle is surely the same.
They get along with children well, especially when socialized at an early age. Though, these Vizsladoodles may be too energetic for them. It is important to always have adult supervision when kids and these dogs are together.
Fret not, though, as there’s nothing a good trainer can’t do. Vizsladoodles are highly-intelligent dogs — thanks to their Vizsla and Poodle parents. They excel in training and pick up new tricks very easily.
Vizladoodles, however, have a tendency to be stubborn and may have specific exercise requirements.
They may not be a good match for people with hectic schedules and who have no time to take them out for walks.
37. Pyredoodle (Great Pyrenees & Poodle Mix)
This Great Pyrenees and Poodle mix is starting to be in the limelight, and with its adorable features, sweet temperament, and versatility, we understand its surge in popularity.
Pyredoodles are large-sized dogs that make great pets for single people and families alike. Though they may be larger in size, they can adapt to apartment living. Still, homes with a yard are still best-suited for them.
These adorable pups aren’t just about looks! They also make great watchdogs that are eager to protect their family against any danger.
They come in gray, white, apricot, cream, and black colors. They are low-shedding dogs that may be a good option for allergy sufferers.
They may not be fully allergy-friendly, but they are a great option for allergy sufferers as they are low-shedding and very easy to groom.
38. Great Danoodle (Great Dane & Poodle Mix)
Are you looking for a large-sized dog Poodle mix? The Great Dane and Poodle mix should be on your list. This combination makes a massive dog without intimidating looks.
This mix produces a devoted and loving dog that makes a perfect addition to your family. They are extremely fond of being around their humans without the tendency to lick and jump around them.
While they may be highly sociable, Great Danoodles make a good family and watchdogs that will gladly watch over your homes. These dogs will bark and alert you when necessary.
Due to their size, Great Danoodles require daily sessions of exercise, though moderate. Taking them for walks or jogs will suffice.
Additionally, Great Danoodles are low-shedding dogs with low grooming needs. Brushing them a couple of times a week goes a long way.
39. Eskipoo (American Eskimo & Poodle Mix)
This rare American Eskimo and Poodle mix is slowly gaining popularity for inheriting both its parent’s beautiful appearance.
It features a fluffy white coat of the American Eskimo and the soft texture of its Poodle parent.
These medium-sized dogs may look like lapdogs, but they actually are not. Both its parents were bred to work. Thus, expect this mix to be hardworking and thrive best when they are given something to do.
That being said, you cannot keep these dogs alone for a long period of time as they can be destructive when not physically or mentally stimulated.
Eskipoos are generally calm dogs that are affectionate with their family without being too clingy.
The downside of getting Eskipoos is that they can be pretty expensive because of their rarity. Likewise, they may be very hard to find in breeders near you.
40. Mastidoodle (Mastiff & Poodle Mix)
True enough, Mastidoodles live by their teddy bear namesake. They may look intimidating because of their size and physical features, but Mastidoodles are actually very well-tempered, affectionate, and loyal.
Their protective personality makes them great watchdogs. So, if you are looking for a dog to warn and protect you from possible harm, you should consider taking one of these Mastidoodles.
The downside, however, is that Mastidoodles are high maintenance when it comes to grooming, as their wavy, coarse coats may become matted when not properly groomed.
41. Broodle Griffon (Brussels Griffon & Poodle Mix)
Also popularly known as Broodle Griffon, this Brussels Griffon and Poodle combination should be on your list if you are on the hunt for a small dog for apartment living set-ups.
Brussels Griffon Poodle mixes carry a very cheerful disposition that can brighten up one’s home. They are very affectionate with their owner and are people-pleasers that want to be the center of attention.
They are lapdogs that enjoy cuddles and playing around with kids. However, because of their size, it is important that kids playing with Griffondoodles are supervised as these small pups can easily be injured.
Additionally, Broodle Griffons may be a good choice for people wanting a dog but could not stand shedding as they are low shedders and are generally low-maintenance.
42. Scoodle (Scottish Terrier & Poodle Mix)
The Scoodle is a designer breed that mixes the Scottish Terrier and Poodle. This small dog makes a loving family companion that is very loyal to their family.
Due to their loyalty, they are excellent guard dogs. Though small, they sure will be able to let you be aware if there are any intruders in the house.
They are also versatile dog breeds that thrive in different living situations. Note, however, that Scoodles are highly active dogs that may need an hour of daily exercise.
Scoodles are best for big families or individuals with not many commitments outside their home as this hybrid dog does not enjoy being left alone.
43. Weimardoodle (Weimaraner & Poodle Mix)
The Weimardoodle is a hybrid dog that is a result of mixing a Weimaraner and a Poodle. This large-sized dog usually features a wavy or curly coat that can either be brown, black, white, or fawn in color.
These dogs are loyal and affectionate with their family members. Weimardoodles are very gentle, especially among very young kids and fellow animals.
However, without proper training and socialization, they have a tendency to be wary of strangers. The good news is that Weimardoodles are highly-trainable dogs.
Though, owners should watch out for their stubbornness. They may be easy to train, but their stubborn streak sometimes gets in the way. Thus, consistent training paired with positive reinforcement is recommended.
44. Havapoo (Havanese & Poodle Mix)
This Havanese and Poodle mix is a small but versatile dog breed that is suitable for many types of families.
Havapoos come in different colors and combinations, so families wanting this breed have a lot to choose from.
These small pups are very smart with a tendency to be mischievous if bored or neglected. That is why it is important to provide them with enough physical and mental exercise.
While they may get along with children and fellow animals really well, it is not recommended to leave Havapoos alone with kids and bigger animals as they may be injured when mishandled.
With Havapoos being lapdogs, it would surely be a joy to come to these adorable little pups and cuddle with them while watching a movie on the couch.
45. Doxiepoo (Dachshund & Poodle Mix)
This Dachshund and Poodle mix results in medium-sized dogs with round heads and large eyes full of expression.
They usually resemble the body of their Dachshund parent but with a shaggy, soft coat like their Poodle parent.
This mix makes a great companion dog as they are very affectionate and loving towards their family. They get along really well with kids and other animals, as well.
Though they may be friendly, Doxiepoos thrive best in single-pet households.
Additionally, Doxiepoos can tolerate any climate though they prefer warmer temperatures. However, if you are living in a colder area with snowy winter weather, they will be just as fine.
46. Foodle (Fox Terrier & Poodle Mix)
The Foodle makes a feisty, very affectionate animal as a result of pairing a Fox Terrier and a Poodle. They are usually mixed with Toy Poodles so expect that your pup will be small at about 4 to 6 pounds in weight.
Though this dog is highly-energetic, it also has a chill and cuddly side. They enjoy playing, but they also love sitting with their human while they watch a TV show on a Saturday night.
Unfortunately, Foodles do not live well with other animals. They have a very high prey instinct, so chances are he’ll be off in a flash and chase small animals.
Do not worry, though, as this trait can be corrected with proper training and early socialization.
47. Pit Boodle (Pit Bull & Poodle Mix)
If you are looking for a kid-friendly dog, the Pit Boodle may be a good choice as they love being around kids. Likewise, they are very lively dogs that will surely make any home happier.
Contrary to popular belief, Pit Boodles are not really aggressive. Though, this may depend on how they are treated by the people around them.
If your Pit Boodle starts showing aggressive tendencies, it is best to immediately start training them. In fact, it is advised for these dog breeds to be socialized and trained at an early age.
48. Ttoodle (Tibetan Terrier & Poodle Mix)
This Tibetan Terrier and Poodle mix is a relatively new breed, yet it is gaining popularity very quickly. Ttoodles are usually medium-sized dogs that feature soft, cuddly fur and a very sweet temperament.
Both parents of a Ttoodle are known to be smart and quick-witted. Needless to say, this new breed mix is just the same. Ttoodles are capable of learning complex tricks.
Furthermore, they are also great family pets. They are friendly among kids and other animals, but socializing them early is still encouraged.
Despite its Tibetan Terrier parent’s double-coat, Ttoodles are considered low shedders, making them a good option for families with allergy sufferers. However, expect a bit more shedding twice a year.
49. Sheltidoodle (Shetland Sheepdog & Poodle Mix)
If you are on the hunt for an adorable dog breed that can be used as a therapy dog, this Shetland Sheepdog and Poodle mix should be added to your list.
Sheltidoodles, as they are commonly known, are very playful and high-social canines yet are also very loving and loyal. They get along with everyone — kids, adults, dogs, and other animals included.
While these Sheltidoodles may be friendly with everyone, they also know how and when to bark, especially when they notice suspicious activities going on. Thus, making them potential watchdogs.
Additionally, with its Shetland and Poodle parents being on the list of the most intelligent dog breeds, you can expect no less from these Sheltidoodles.
50. Poogle (Beagle & Poodle Mix)
Also known as Beaglepoo, this Beagle and Poodle mix is slowly making its way up to the list of the most popular Poodle mixes. Poogles inherit some of their parents’ best traits, including their loving temperaments.
With Beagle and Poodle as parents, it is not surprising that Poogles grow to be very playful, affectionate, and excellent companion pets.
They are best suited for families with children as these Poogles love playing around.
Though Poogles are moderate to highly active dogs that need a spacious yard to run around, they can also live comfortably in apartments and houses with small spaces, provided that they will be taken out for walks.
These mixes come in a wide range of colors, including white, black, brown, gray, tan, and any combination of these. Thus, those on the hunt for these Poogles may have a lot of colors to choose from.
51. Bolonoodle (Bolognese & Poodle Mix)
The Bolonoodle is a relatively new mixed breed between a Bolognese and a Poodle. Due to its Bolognese parent being quite uncommon, this mix is a rather rare specimen.
Due to their rarity, it may be hard for you to find a Bolonoodle breeder. But if you’re lucky to find one, all the puppy hunting will be worth it as you will be taking home a pooch that has a lot to offer.
Bolonoodles aren’t just adorable pups with pretty, cuddly faces. They are also very friendly dogs that make great companion dogs. Not to mention, they are also generally low-maintenance.
The downside of these pups, however, is that they may need a lot of mental stimulation as they can be mischievous and destructive without mental engagement.
52. Flandoodle (Bouvier des Flandres & Poodle Mix)
Should you want to take home a large, active dog that loves engaging in outdoor activities, you should consider this Bouvier de Flandres and Poodle mix.
Flandoodles are best suited for families with an active lifestyle as these dogs enjoy going for jogs and long walks. They are also very playful in nature; that’s why they may not be suited for apartment living set-ups.
Needless to say, this designer dog makes excellent family pets. They are very protective of their humans, especially with small children. They, too, are very loyal, which makes them great guard dogs and watchdogs.
This dog breed may also be a good option for families with allergy sufferers. Although they shed all year round, their shedding is low to moderate and can be significantly reduced by regular brushing.
53. Pugapoo (Pug & Poodle Mix)
Finding it hard to choose between a Pug and a Poodle? This Pug and Poodle mix is the answer to everyone’s nightmare of choosing between two equally amazing breeds.
Like their parents, Pugapoos are smart dogs, very playful, and may have a good bit of energy. They love spending time around people without the need to be the center of attention.
The downside of Pugapoos is that they have a tendency to bark a lot. However, this trait can be corrected through consistent training. Taking them out for exercise will help manage excessive barking.
Generally, Pugapoos thrive in any living environment and may not need a large space to play, making them a great choice for those who need small dogs for apartment living set-ups.
54. Woodle (Welsh Terrier & Poodle Mix)
If you are looking for a real-life teddy bear pup, you definitely should research Woodles. The Welsh Terrier and Poodle mix is one of the most adorable crossbreeds on the market.
Their size ranges from small to large, giving you more variety. Though they may look all cute and cuddly, Woodles are actually very Terrier-like, which makes them very strong-willed.
It does not mean, however, that they are not cuddly. These Woodles, in fact, are the kind to willingly sit on your lap for a snuggle time. They are generally calm, which is a huge plus.
That being said, they do not require an excessive amount of exercise. Though, they may appreciate a good trip to the park to meet up with other dogs and play with them.
55. Peekapoo (Pekingese & Poodle Mix)
The Peekapoo is a designer breed, a result of breeding a Pekingese with a Toy Poodle or Miniature Poodle. This mix is a small dog with a very loyal and quite protective nature.
For new pet owners looking for an affectionate dog to love and care for, this Peekapoo might be the one you’re looking for. They get along with everyone really well, even with fellow animals.
Due to their size, Peekaposo can live comfortably in small living spaces. Although, they’d be happier in a large house with a yard where they can round around and exhaust their stored energy.
Additionally, they may also need to live in a home with air-conditioning as they can suffer from heat exhaustion pretty quickly.
They also cannot be left alone for long periods of time as they are prone to experiencing separation anxiety. So, people with a lot of outside commitments should reconsider their plan of taking a Peekapoo.
56. Rattle or Ratdoodle (Rat Terrier & Poodle Mix)
If you are on the hunt for a rare Poodle mix, the Rattle should be on your list. This Rat Terrier Poodle mix is a small to medium-sized dog with a very big personality.
Ratdoodles can be a great match for first-time owners because this breed is highly intelligent and relatively easy to train. Not to mention, they are also very affectionate and loyal to their owners.
Despite their size, Rattles make great watchdogs. Owners can attest to how these hybrids would willingly spend their time looking out the window to make sure that no one enters the yard without them knowing.
As with any other dog, early socialization is key for these dogs to live harmoniously in the same household with other pets. It is also important to introduce them to kids while they are still young.
57. Papipoo (Papillon & Poodle Mix)
Are you looking for a toy-sized dog you can carry around? Then, this Papillon and Poodle mix might be the one you’re looking for.
Papipoos only weigh an average of 6 to 14 pounds and are about 11 inches in height.
With their loving, loyal, and playful personality, it is no question that Papipoos will make an amazing family dog. The downside, though, is that you cannot leave them alone for long periods of time.
Papipoos equally love cuddles and playtime. They may have fun playing on their own but providing them with toys will help a lot. Also, it is not recommended to let these small pups play outside unattended.
58. Akipoo (Akita & Poodle Mix)
Akipoos usually resemble the coat of their Akita parent, which is short, thick, and double-coated. Their build is sturdy, with ears that can either be erect or floppy.
Inheriting their Akita and Poodle parent’s traits, Akipoos grow to be amazing watchdogs that are protective, loyal, and very affectionate. Likewise, they can also be easy-going and playful.
Unfortunately, Akipoos may struggle with kids. But with early socialization, these dogs can be very cuddly with them. That doesn’t mean, however, that they should be left alone as it may still result in unwanted incidents.
59. Poo-Shi (Shiba Inu & Poodle Mix)
Poo-Shi dogs feature the double coat of a Shiba Inu and the curl of its Poodle parent, giving them an attractive look.
This mix is known to be playful and affectionate but with a stubborn streak. They may get along with people really well but are not the greatest dog around cats and smaller pets.
Since Shiba Inus were originally bred to hunt, Poo-Shis may also exhibit a strong prey drive. There are chances, however, that these natural instincts may not be observed, making Poo-Shis less ideal hunting buddies.
That being said, it is important to train Poo-Shis at a fairly young age to manage and correct if there are any aggressive tendencies showing up.
60. Dalmadoodle (Dalmatian & Poodle Mix)
While Dalmatians and Poodle have long been popular, the Dalmadoodle, a mix of these two breeds, is relatively new. This mix sports the popular feature of its Dalmatian parents — the black and white spots!
Personality-wise, Dalmadoodles have very sweet temperaments, which isn’t questionable being born to Dalmatian and Poodle parents.
They are very affectionate and do well in a home with children. Dalmadoodles love playtime, so it would be a huge plus living with children. But, of course, adult supervision is required when pets and kids play to ensure safety.
Likewise, these Dalmadoodles are also quite intelligent, which makes them very easy to train. Make sure, though, to shower them with a lot of praise afterward.
61. Sammypoo (Samoyed & Poodle Mix)
Dreaming of owning a fluffball Poodle mix? This Samoyed and Poodle mix will make your dream come true!
Sammypoo, as they are commonly known, are adorable and cuddly furbabies with a mixed-bag personalities.
These Sammypoo may come in two sizes — a Miniature or Standard Sammypoo. Regardless of their size, these Sammypoos are all intelligent and eager to please their humans.
Likewise, they are lovable and outgoing dogs. Thus, they do make good apartment dwellers. They are best suited for homes with a fenced yard where they can run around.
They may also not be the best choice for first-time owners. However, if you have a knack for dealing with troublesome, mischievous dogs, you can go ahead and get a Sammypoo companion.
How Much Does a Poodle Mix Cost? Puppy Prices & Expenses
The price of Poodle mixes widely varies depending on what Poodle mix you’re getting, the demand for that mix, the breeder’s reputation, the puppy’s quality, and of course, the location.
Expensive Poodle mixes are usually priced between $1,500 and $5,000. Poodle mixes that fall under this range are those that are very rare. Mid-range Poodle mixes usually cost $700 to $3,500.
Meanwhile, the more common Poodle mixes may cost about $300 to $2,400. Again, a lot of factors contribute to a puppy’s price, and it is important to check on the breeder first before committing to buy one from them.
Aside from the puppy’s price itself, you also need to consider other expenses such as vitamins, vaccines, veterinarian visits, and other puppy supplies that are vital when moving a new pup to your home.
Here is a summarized table of the initial expenses when owning a Poodle mix:
|Type of Expense||Cost|
|Food and Treats||$50 – $120|
|Food and Water Bowls||$10 – $35|
|Bed||$30 – $200|
|Crate||$30 – $500|
|Leashes and Collars||$15 – $50|
|Toys||$20 – $50|
|Grooming Essentials||$30 – $180|
|Deworming, Flea, and Tick Medications||$50 – $200|
|Initial Vet Visits||$100 – $300|
|Initial Vaccine Shots||$75 – $200|
|Neutering or Spaying||$50 – $500|
|Dog License||$10 – $20|
|Microchip||$40 – $60|
|Miscellaneous Supplies||$15 – $30|
|Total Initial Cost||$525 – $2,445|
To cover the initial costs, Poodle mix owners must prepare $525 to $2,445 on top of the puppy’s price. Note, however, that this does not include the recurring expenses of owning a Poodle mix dog.
Additionally, owners should also prepare for the annual expenses of owning one of these Poodle mixed breeds and, of course, set aside funds for emergencies, treatments, and medications that may happen unexpectedly.
Places to Find Poodle Mix Puppies for Sale and Adoption
Poodle mix breeders are everywhere, and it may not be hard for you to find one in your area.
However, it is still important to do a thorough check on the breeder to avoid buying from puppy mills and backyard breeders.
In this section, we will help you make your dog hunting easier by providing you a list of where you can check out to see if they have the Poodle mix that you dream of taking home.
To start your search, here are some places where you can find a Poodle mix for sale:
- Puppy Spot – This website has a lot of Poodle mixes and purebred dogs from different breeders all over the country, so you have a lot of options. The best thing about this website is that they have strict breeder standards to follow, thereby making sure that no puppy mills and scammers will be able to post on the website. However, as with any other transactions online, extra caution should be practiced.
- Puppy Finder – This online classified ads website is dedicated to providing breeders, private sellers, and rescue organizations worldwide exposure that will connect them with dog lovers around the world. If you are looking for popular Poodle mixes, you should consider checking out their website to see if any of those available will catch your eye.
- Good Dog – This is another online classified ads website that you should check in your hunt for Doodle crossbreeds. Breeders also go through a strict screening process to ensure their credibility since Good Dog does not tolerate and promote puppy mills and backyard breeding.
- Infinity Pups – Infinity Pups is passionate about connecting people with healthy pups from responsible breeders. Puppies sold from Infinity Pups have a one-year health guarantee that assures that you will be taking home a healthy puppy that has been examined by a licensed veterinarian and received necessary vaccine shots.
You can check out our puppy buying guide for some useful tips when dealing with Poodle mix breeders online.
If you haven’t found the unique Poodle mix of your choice in the list provided above, you can also opt for adoption.
Unfortunately, despite being branded as designer dog breeds, there are a lot of Poodle mixes found in shelters.
You may not only save money when you adopt, but you also give a dog another chance to find its home sweet home.
Here are some places where you can find wonderful Poodle mixes for adoption:
- IDOG Rescue – This non-profit organization has been rescuing and protecting Poodle mixes such as Goldendoodles and Labradoodles since 2006. Although they are based in Houston, Texas, they have foster homes all over the country. If you are interested in checking out what Poodle mixes they have for adoption, you can visit their website.
- Carolina Poodle Rescue – This rescue organization in South Carolina rescues, rehabilitates, and rehomes Poodles, Poodle mixes, and any other small dog breed. To adopt, you need to go through an intensive application and screening process. Once approved, you and your entire household will be asked to visit their Dreamweaver Farms, where most of their rescued dog lives.
- NorCal Poodle Rescue – This organization is the third-largest Poodle rescue in the United States and has been rescuing Poodles and Poodle mixes since 1985. You can check out their website to see if there are any Poodle mixes that caught your heart and complete their online adoption application.
You can also visit local shelters in your area to see if they have Poodle mixes available, or you may refer to this list of best Poodle rescues for more options in finding your Poodle mix pup.
Additionally, you can check out our dog adoption guide to make sure you’re on the right path in your Poodle mix adoption process.
Owning one of these Poodle mix dogs is surely a dream come true, and I cannot blame you if you consider taking home one after reading everything that you need to know above.
However, make sure to carefully and thoroughly choose one that matches your lifestyle as these mixes may have different traits, needs, and temperaments.
Choosing the mix that suits you will be very helpful for you, but more so for the dog. When owners and dogs are mismatched, it is likely that these poor dogs will suffer the consequences and only end up in shelters.
No matter what Poodle mixed breed you choose, always remember that taking care of a dog isn’t a piece of cake. It’s an everyday commitment.
Are you ready to take home a Poodle mix? Let us know in the comments.