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COCKER SPANIEL x POODLE

ABOUT THE SPOODLE

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 Origin

The spoodle is a hybrid of an English or American Cocker Spaniel or Springer Spaniel and a Poodle (toy or miniature). They have become increasingly popular over the last 10 years. The aim of crossbreeding is to minimise the genetic diseases that can be present in purebred dogs. First-cross spoodles will have the maximum genetic benefits associated with a hybrid dog – in other words, a Spoodle with one parent purebred spaniel and one parent purebred poodle will have less genetic diseases than second or third cross Spoodles.

Description

Spoodles are great for active families with children who are wanting a dog a bit bigger than a Cavoodle, one that is a bit more active, loves the water and is very gentle. They are the same as the Cavoodle in that they are very intelligent, intuitive, loyal and loving. Low to non shedding. They are very protective of their families.

Size

Medium - 25 - 40cm at the wither

(depending on the breed of the parents)

 

Weight: 8 - 14kg

Colour

Black, Ruby, Tricolour, Chocolate, Chocolate Roan

Medium length, fleece to wool coat and low - non shedding making it an excellent choice for allergy suffering families.

Coat

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Grooming

Your Spoodle's coat will require a certain level of care. Due to being a relatively non-shedding breed, they will be required to be professionally groomed every 6-8 weeks with brushing and combing regularly required in between to avoid matting. If you neglect this you may pick up a very different looking dog when you collect it from your groomer!

 

Their eyes should be cleaned regularly to prevent a build-up eye discharge and tear staining.

Temperament

The spoodle is a happy, intelligent, lively and affectionate family dog. They are very sociable and have outgoing personalities. They can adapt to living in a small home or apartment as long as they receive adequate daily exercise. Spoodles can be good guard dogs as they may bark when visitors arrive, however they are not aggressive. They can be a bit more active than a Cavoodle and are often recommended for active families with children, who prefer a slightly larger dog than a Cavoodle.

Their intelligence and eagerness to please can make them easy to train.

Tendency to Bark: They have a deep, low bark that makes them sound larger than what they actually are! Making a perfect guard dog!

Suitability for Children

High

Excccise

Spoodles are highly active dogs and will require daily walking and visits to the dog park for socialisation. They adore being a the beach and love the water. Being off lead will let them thrive and give them freedome to run! They enjoy socialising with other dogs and love chasing balls and playing games. 

Life Expectancy

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10 - 15 years.

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COST & APPLICATION

COST & APPLICATION

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Cost

Our Spoodle puppies are

$4500 (including GST)

with a non-refundable $100 administration fee to secure your place on the waitlist.

Application Process

We will be holding a limited waitlist for spoodles with 30 places available to ensure we can fulfil our estimated wait time.

The list will open with an estimated wait time of up to 8 months.

We are not taking deposits for these limited places but are introducing a

non-refundable administration fee of $100.

(This administration fee will be deducted from your puppy's purchase price.)

Once applications are received, we will review them and be in contact with families with details to pay their waitlist joining fee.

**PLEASE NOTE: Thank you to the lovely owners of our spoodle babies for sharing their beautiful images of their Peppertree Lane Spoodles.

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