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Cadoodle Breed Information

Cadoodle

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Living with a Cadoodle

Temperament: Cadoodels are alert, protective, sentinel, loyal, friendly, affectionate, reliable and protecitve dogs. Some cadoodles can be shy and should be supervised with strangers.

Family Dog: Cadoodles make an ideal child's companion and family dog as they get along wonderfully with children.

Shedding: Cadoodles do shed.

Grooming: Cadoodles need daily brushing to keep their coat from matting.

Training: Cadoodles are intelligent and eager to please which makes them easy to train.

Weather: Cadoodles are better suited for cooler climates.

Exercise: Cadoodles need a fair amount of exercise.

Cadoodle Appearance

Appearance: Cadoodles are dignified, graceful and lithe.

Size: Cadoodles are between 22-26 inches tall and weigh between 50-75 pounds when fully grown.

Color: Cadoodles can be sable/white, blue merle, tricolor or white.

Coat: Cadoodles have a long, dense, stiff, thick, straight topcoat with a soft, thick, dense undercoat.

Cadoodle Facts

Life Expectancy: Cadoodles usually live to be between 12-14 years old.

Characteristics: Cadoodles have good stamina and are agile and active.

More Info: Cadoodles make ideal herding, guide, police, companion or watch dogs. They are good at almost any dog sport and can adapt easily to city life.

Cadoodle Health

Health: Cadoodles are a very healthy breed.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.


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