List of Poodle cross-breeds ranked via attractiveness
List of Poodle cross-breeds ranked via attractiveness (by you)
Among the huge list of dog breeds, Poodles are one of the most popular in the world. If you’re a fan of this gorgeous dog then you’re sure to fall in love with some of the furry friends in our list of poodle mix breeds. From Cockapoos to Bernedoodles, our collection of pups will have you wanting to adopt a new pooch into the family. If you’re already considering getting a new dog then here are some of the beautiful poodle mixed breeds you can get.
Poodle + Cocker Spaniel
If you’re looking for a fun-loving dog that’s easy to train, a Cockapoo is the pooch for you. Back when poodle breeders first began cross-breeding with other types of dogs, the Cockapoo was one of the most popular thanks to its shaggy good looks and friendly personality. This mixed breed is a lap dog, which is perfect if you have kids and you’re looking for a new family friend.
Poodle + Maltese
If you’re look for a furry friend that you can take for a walk without being dragged along, this little guy is perfect for you. The Maltipoo is one of the most gorgeous Poodle mix breeds there is and owners instantly fall in love with them thanks to their cheeky personality and fun-loving spirit.
Poodle + Labrador
Originally bred in Australia, this gorgeous canine was initially raised as a guide dog for blind people. The mixture of Poodle and Labrador has resulted in a breed that is both beautiful and smart. These are one of the most popular Poodle mix breeds thanks to their sociable nature, high level of intelligence and natural affection.
Poodle + Golden Retriever
This mixture of two very popular dog breeds has resulted in a designer pooch that’s as clever as it is good looking. Depending on the parent dogs the Goldendoodle can be either small or large, which means you can still enjoy the company of this lovable canine regardless of your home size. As well as making great family pets, Goldendoodles can be used as guide dogs, sniffer dogs, therapy dogs or service dogs.
The Schnoodle is the perfect friend for fitness enthusiasts thanks to their high energy and fun personalities. The parent breeds mean that this dog can be a little bit stubborn but overall is a friendly and affectionate lap dog that would fit perfectly into any family.
This clever little pup is a natural performer and can easily be taught tricks for entertainment purposes or for show events. It has a low-shedding coat making it an ideal lap dog. It has endless affection and energy, so you’ll never get bored of the attention. Positive reinforcement is important with the Yorkipoo breed and will lead to a loving, obedient family dog.
The origins of this mixed breed canine remain a mystery as no one quite knows exactly where they came from. But one thing’s for sure, they are one of the cutest and friendliest Poodle mixes out there. The great thing about these gorgeous pooches is that they are very adaptable and will change according to their surroundings. Some can be quite reserved while others are very outgoing and sociable.
If you don’t have a lot of space but you still want to invite a furry new family member into your home, this petite pooch is the one for you. The Shihpoo is one of the smallest Poodle mix breeds in the world, making them perfect for any sized home. This lively pups can be a bit of a handful but are always full of love and affection for their owner.
This mixture of a Poodle and a Bichon Frise is perfect for anyone with children or family members with allergies. The Poochon is one of the few hypoallergenic Poodle mixes that doesn’t shed any hair. These dogs get along very well with children and other pets, making them a perfect match for big families.
You may have to keep your eye on this pooch if you decide to adopt one into the family, but you won’t regret it once you become friends. The Poodle and Basset Hound mix is a naturally playful and inquisitive dog that is always looking for adventure. They also have a big appetite so be sure to give them plenty of exercise and a balanced diet.