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5 Hypoallergenic Doodle Breeds That Are Also Rare

Today, we're exploring five rare, hypoallergenic doodle breeds that are sure to make you say, "I've never seen a dog like that before!" From elegant hybrids to playful crossbreeds, these doodles are truly unique. So, without further ado, let's dive into the world of unique doodle dogs!



Wire-Poo

The Wire-Poo is a hybrid breed that results from the crossbreeding of a Wire Fox Terrier and a Poodle. This breed is relatively rare due to a few factors. First, Wire Fox Terriers themselves are not a very common breed, and their energetic and sometimes stubborn personalities can make them challenging to train.


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Additionally, Wire Fox Terriers have a unique wiry coat that requires regular grooming and maintenance, which can be a deterrent for some families. On the other hand, the hypoallergenic coats of Poodles, combined with their relatively small size, make them a popular choice for families with allergies. However, the combination of these two breeds is relatively uncommon, resulting in a limited number of Wire-Poo puppies.


Despite their rarity, the Wire-Poo is a lovable and intelligent companion that makes a great choice for families looking for an affectionate pet. Their kindness makes them good with children, and they are adaptable to different living situations, including apartments.


Huskypoo

The Huskypoo, also known as a Siberpoo, is a hybrid breed that results from the crossbreeding of a Siberian Husky and a Poodle. There are a few factors making this breed relatively rare. Firstly, Siberian Huskies’ energetic and independent personalities can make them challenging to train couples with the fact that they themselves are a somewhat rare breed.


Secondly, Siberian Huskies suffer a similar deterrent for some families as they have a thick coat that requires maintenance and regular grooming. In contrast, Poodles are a fairly compact breed. However, the combination of these two breeds is relatively uncommon, resulting in a limited number of Huskypoo puppies.


The Huskypoo is a charming and affectionate companion that makes a great choice for families looking for an energetic and playful pet with a hypoallergenic coat, despite its rarity. Their unique combination of traits, endearing personalities, and fun and outgoing nature makes them great in all sorts of living environments as well as with kids.


Cavapoo

The Cavapoo, also known as a Cavoodle, is a hybrid breed that results from the crossbreeding of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Poodle. This breed is hard to find as the Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are not a very common breed.


Cavalier King Charles Spaniels have a tendency to suffer from certain health issues, such as heart problems, which can make breeding them more difficult. However, their affectionate and gentle personalities can make them a beautiful breed to be around.


The Cavapoo is an amiable and smart companion that makes a great choice for families looking for an affectionate and low-shedding pet. Their friendly and easygoing demeanor makes them great with kids, and they are adaptable to different living situations, including apartments.


Whoodle

The Whoodle, also known as a Wheatendoodle, is a hybrid breed that results from the crossbreeding of a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier and a Poodle. While the temperament of its two parent breeds may be a good ground for breeding, variation of sizing between Wheaten Terriers and Poodles may be limiting.


Soft-Coated Wheaten Terriers are friendly and have energetic personalities. Additionally, they have a thick coat that requires regular grooming and maintenance. On the other hand, Poodles are a relatively small breed, and their hypoallergenic coats make them a bit more manageable overall and as all Doodles, a suitable for families with allergies.



An affable and perceptive companion, the Whoodle makes a great choice for families looking for an affectionate and hypoallergenic pet with a soft, curly coat. Their social personality makes a suitable match for families with children, and they are adaptable to different living situations, including apartments. However, the combination of these two breeds is relatively uncommon, resulting in a limited number of Whoodle puppies.


Newfypo

The Newfypoo is a hybrid breed that results from the crossbreeding of a Newfoundland and a Poodle. This is an extremely rare breed due to the sheer factor of size limitations. Newfoundland dogs are a relatively large animal and can be difficult to breed even among their own type.


So, when a gigantic Newfoundland is paired with a Poodle, one can imagine the difficulties breeders may face due to their size.


Newfoundlands have a thick coat that requires daily grooming and regular maintenance, which may seem to be a hurdle for some families. But, when matched with a Poodle mate this chore may become more palatable and easier to handle.


The combination of these two breeds is uncommon, resulting in a limited number of Newfypoo puppies. But, despite their rarity, the Newfypoo is a lovable and intelligent companion that makes a great choice for families looking for an affectionate and hypoallergenic pet with a gentle nature. Good with kids? Of course! It’s a Doodle!


The world of doodle dogs is full of unique and rare breeds that make great companions for any dog lover. From the rare and elegant Poodle-Dalmatian mix to the charming and adorable Poochon, there's a rare doodle breed out there for everyone.


It's important to remember that these breeds are still relatively new and may have some health issues that need to be considered. If you're interested in adopting a rare doodle breed, make sure to do your research and find a highly reviewed dog breeder who can provide you with a healthy and well-socialized puppy.


With the right care and attention, these rare and beautiful doodle dogs can bring a lifetime of joy and happiness to their owners.


Jenna and the JLDD Team


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