6 Types of Doodle Breeds

If you are looking to adopt a breed of dog that is cute, hypoallergic, and does not shed its fur, you should consider getting a Doodle Breed. The doodle breed is a hybrid of two different dog breeds (a purebred dog and a purebred poodle). The doodle breed is home to over 20+ different kinds of doodle dogs. In this article, we will be looking at different kinds of doodle dogs like the Goldendoodle, Labradoodle, Bernedoodle, Saint Berdoodles, Swiss doodles, and the Schnoodles. For more information a about doodle dogs, you can visit We Love Doodles.


The goldendoodle breed is a hybrid of a golden retriever and a poodle. They come in different sizes from, mini golden size, Teacup Goldendoodle size, Toy Goldendoodle, Medium Goldendoodle, and the standard Goldendoodle size. The Goldendoodle is a playful, cheerful, and smart breed as it combines the attributes of the Golden retriever and a poodle together whilst maintaining the non-shed and hypoallergenic nature of the poodle as one of its main attributes. They can also be used as therapy dogs due to their intelligence which comes from the Golden retriever. Subject to the type of Goldendoodle, their heights can range from 13 inches to about 2 feet. Their size is also subject to the kind of Goldendoodle you have gotten as it can vary from 15 to 90 pounds. They also have a variety of fur types as it could be curly, long, short, or fluffy. They are also very easy to train and make for a good pet. They are easily the most popular type of doodle dog. We highly suggest you look for a Goldendoodle rescue before buying a dog from a breeder.


The labradoodle is a mixture of Labrador Retriever and a Miniature or Standard Poodle. They come with different colors of fur and are usually around 24 inches tall and can weigh up to 70 pounds. It is important to note that the size of the Labrador retriever being bred with the poodle would determine how tall the labradoodle would get. They have similar features to the Goldendoodle and are very playful and cheerful. They are also affectionate and love to be around people so much. They can also be used as therapy dogs and are also used to assist autistic persons. They also don’t shed much and are hypoallergenic. They are also very energetic and can live for up to 15 years.


The bernedoodle is a hybrid between a Bernese mountain dog and a poodle. This breed of dog often comes with a multicolored coat and is much calmer than the labradoodle or the Goldendoodle. They do well in cold weather unlike the Goldendoodle and the Labradoodle. An adult bernedoodle can weigh anything between 20 – 90 pounds. They are also very easy to train and are sociable with other pets humans. They love exercises and as such, when buying one, make sure you are ready to engage it in activities that would keep it happy and active.


This breed of poodles is a mixture of a Saint Bernard and a poodle. They can grow to be very large due to the size of Saint Bernard. They weigh within the range of 100 – 150 pounds. So if you are thinking of getting one, make sure you have the space to house one. They are generally brown and white or black and white in fur color. Their size makes them a good cuddle partner as they always want to be cuddled. They are also very smart which would go a long way in ensuring that you enjoy their company.


This is a mixture of a tricolor mini Bernedoodle and a tricolor Aussiedoodle. They can be easily mistaken for a mini Berdoodle due to the resemblance between them. They have a multicolored coat which adds to their beauty. Their activity level is moderate and they are easily trained. They can live for 12 years and are very friendly.


The mixture between a miniature Schnauzer and a poodle is where the Schnoodles originate from. They are moderately active but still require regular exercise and activity. They can weigh between 10 – 25 pounds and can stand up to 14 inches. They can be charming and funny and as a result of inherited genes from the Schnauzer breed, they possess an attentiveness that makes renders them good watchdogs.

In conclusion, there are still a lot more breeds of Doodles like the Aussiedoodle, Maltipoo Doodle, Cavapoo doodle, Sheepadoodle, Havapoo, Yorkipoo, and Newfypoo amongst many others. hence, before getting a breed, think of what you had love in a dog and search for it or ask your local vet for a doodle equivalent. Also, before adopting any of the doodle breeds, consider the size and activity rate of the breed as a happy dog makes for a happy home but a disgruntled dog can create a messy apartment.