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5 of the Rarest Doodle Breeds: Why They're So Hard to Find

Doodle breeds, which are created by crossing a Poodle with another type of dog, have gained popularity in recent years due to their hypoallergenic coats, friendly temperaments, and intelligence. While some doodle breeds, like the Goldendoodle and Labradoodle, have become more common, there are still many that are relatively rare.


5 rare doodle breeds

Let’s look at five rare doodle breeds and what makes each unique.


Schnoodle


The Schnoodle is a crossbreed between a Schnauzer and a Poodle, resulting in a hypoallergenic dog with a warm and smart personality. Despite their desirable traits, the Schnoodle remains a relatively rare breed.


One of the reasons for this is that Schnauzers are not as commonly bred as other dogs, resulting in fewer Schnauzer-Poodle crosses. Additionally, breeding Schnoodles can be challenging because of the variation in size, coat type, and personality traits among Schnauzers and Poodles.


The Schnoodle has gained popularity in recent years, especially among families with allergies. Their hypoallergenic coats and affectionate personalities make them a great choice for those looking for a low-shedding, friendly pup. While the Schnoodle may be a rare breed, their unique combination of traits has made them a beloved companion for those lucky enough to have one.


Canoodle


The Canoodle is a hybrid breed resulting from the crossbreeding of a Cocker Spaniel and a Toy Poodle. This breed also has many desirable traits-- being friendly, affectionate, and intelligent-- but is still relatively rare. One reason for this rarity is that both Cocker Spaniels and Toy Poodles are small breeds, resulting in a relatively small number of Canoodle puppies per litter.


Canoodles’ rarity is also attributed to the difficulties encountered during breeding due to the vast differences in size, coat type, and personality traits of the parent breeds. This means that breeders must carefully select the parent dogs to ensure that their offspring exhibit the desired traits. As with all hybrid breeds, there is some degree of uncertainty in terms of the characteristics of the resulting puppies, which can make breeding Canoodles a somewhat risky endeavor.


Despite their rarity, the Canoodle is a great choice for families looking for a loving, playful, and low-shedding pet. Their affectionate nature and intuitiveness make them great companions for seniors and children.


With their unique combination of traits, the Canoodle has the potential to become more popular in the future, especially as more families become aware of their lovable personalities, hypoallergenic coats, and smaller stature.


Pyredoodle


The Pyredoodle is a crossbreed between a Great Pyrenees and a Poodle, resulting in a large, hypoallergenic dog with a friendly and loyal personality. One reason for this breeds' rarity is due to the variation in size and personality traits among Great Pyrenees and Poodles.


Additionally, both parent breeds are large dogs, resulting in a relatively small number of Pyredoodle puppies per litter.


The Pyredoodle has gained popularity in recent years, especially among families looking for a large, hypoallergenic companion, but is still relatively rare at present. Their calm and gentle nature makes them a great choice for families with children or other pets.


The Pyredoodle's rarity also means that finding a reputable breeder can be difficult. It is important to avoid purchasing from puppy mills or backyard breeders who prioritize quantity over quality, resulting in unhealthy or poorly socialized dogs.


A reputable breeder will conduct health screenings on the parent dogs to reduce the risk of genetic health problems in the puppies, as well as provide socialization opportunities for them before they go to their new homes.



Airedoodle


The Airedoodle is a hybrid breed that results from the crossbreeding of an Airedale Terrier and a Poodle. Airedale Terriers were originally bred for hunting and have a reputation for being strong-willed and independent, which can make their hybrid breed challenging to train.


And, Poodles, though we know they vary in size, are a relatively small breed, which means that Airedoodles are not very large dogs, making them a less popular choice for families seeking a larger companion.


Due to the drastic difference in temperament between Poodles and Airedale Terriers, breeders must carefully select the parent dogs to ensure that their offspring exhibit the desired traits. Not to mention the difference in size between the two parent breeds, which means that there’s always some degree of uncertainty in terms of the characteristics of the resulting puppies.


Though the Airedoodle isn’t a very common breed, it’s a great choice for families looking for an energetic, intelligent, and hypoallergenic pet. Their unique loveable combination of traits, playful nature, and loyalty make them great companions for families with children or active individuals who enjoy outdoor activities.


Bullypoo


The Bullypoo is a hybrid breed that results from the crossbreeding of a Bulldog and a Poodle. This breed is also hard to find. For one reason, Bulldogs are strong-willed and their stubborn personalities can make them difficult to train. Additionally, Bulldogs have a reputation for health problems, which can make breeding them more challenging.


Bullypoos are also a rare breed because they are a relatively new designer dog breed, and their parent breeds have very different physical and personality traits. Since this breed is so new, breeders for this specific dog want to be careful and safe to make sure that they’re being humane to both the parents and the puppies.


The Bullypoo is a lovable and loyal companion that makes a great choice for families looking for an affectionate pet with a hypoallergenic coat. Their friendly and playful nature makes them great with children, and they are adaptable to different living situations, including apartments.


Whether you're looking for a gentle giant like the Pyredoodle or a small, affectionate dog like the Cavapoo, there's a doodle breed out there for everyone. However, it's important to do your research and find a reputable breeder to ensure that your new canine companion is healthy and well-socialized.



Jenna and the JLDD Team


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