What Is a Whoodle? | Everything You Need to Know
Have you heard about the Whoodle? Admittedly, it’s not a common word you’ll hear in everyday conversation, but canine lovers might know it.
But what is a whoodle? It’s a dog breed. It’s actually a hybrid – a mixed breed that has been gaining popularity of late despite not yet being recognized by the official dog clubs of note.
What is a Whoodle?
Whoodles are very friendly and personality-driven dogs. They are enthusiastic and love to be around people.
Poodles have been associated with France for several centuries. They were originally bred as duck retrievers for hunters – hence the long legs.
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.
Interestingly, the size of the Whoodle will depend on which variant of a poodle it was bred from. Poodles typically come in three sizes: toy, miniature, and standard.
The Whoodle sheds far less than most other dogs. Its fur is soft and silky.
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