Springerdoodle Animal Pictures

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white Spoodle standing in the park

white springerdoodle
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Springerdoodles work and play well with others. They’ll hit it off as well with the letter carrier as they will with your children.

white Spoodle laying on the beach

white Spoodle on the beach
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Springerdoodles are great for blended pet families because they get along well with other canines and even with cats. They can be trained as therapy dogs.

Spoodle puppies headshot

Springerdoodle puppies headshot
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Springerdoodles love exercise. If you’re someone who’s considering getting a dog because you know you need to be more active, a springerdoodle will turn spending more time outside from a chore into a pleasure.

tan Spoodle laying down with a white background

tan springerpoodle laying down
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One of the reasons for the increasing popularity of poodles and poodle mixes is that poodles shed less hair and dander than other dogs, so they are frequently described as hypoallergenic.

black Spoodle puppy headshot

black springerdoodle puppy
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If your springerdoodle inherits a non-shedding coat from its parent poodle line, then it’s likely to be hypoallergenic, too.

black Spoodle adult headshot

black adult Spoodle
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A springerdoodle’s reaction when it sees a stranger will probably be to go up to that stranger, sniff his or her shoes, and wag its tail. Springerdoodles do not make good guard dogs.