Whoodles came onto the scene in the early 1900s, as far as records show. The original idea, it seems, was to have been an attempt to create a dog with intelligent Poodle genes and soft fur akin to the Wheaten.
Whoodles do look surprisingly muscular, despite not being a dog known for its bulk. They have strong back legs, too, which accounts for all that running and jumping.
Whoodles come in cream, black, gray, silver, brown, and even red. The coats are silky and soft and often make for wonderful pictures, resembling plush toy coats.
The Whoodle parent breeds were both working dogs, so they are quite intelligent and used to lots of interaction. Whoodles learn tricks quite easily.
Whoodles need to be around people and be almost constantly occupied for good mental health. They are not the kinds of dogs you can leave alone for long periods of time.