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Scoodle Breed Information


Recognized By: DBR , IDCR

Living with a Scoodle

Temperament: Scoodles are sweet, loving, intelligent and attentive dogs.

Shedding: Scoodles are average shedders.

Grooming: Scoodles have a medium length coat and thus should be brushed regularly to keep it from matting. Scoodles should be bathed when needed.

Training: Scoodles are fairly easy to train.

Barking: The Scoodle is not an excessive barker, but do like to bark at other dogs, although they typically get along well after the initial barking is over.

Exercise: The Scoodle needs lots of exercise. They can get plenty of exercise with indoor games and toys, but love outdoor walks or trips to the doggie park.

Living Conditions: Scoodles make a great indoor pet and can get all of their required exercise inside.

Scoodle Appearance

Size: Scoodles are around 10 inches tall and weigh between 18 - 20 pounds when fully grown.

Companionship: The Scoodle really loves to be with their wners all the time and can get little stressed if left alone for long periods of time.

Body: The Scoodle has a traditional square scottie stance with legs that are nearly twice as long as their Scottish ancestors.

Gait: The Scoodle has a gait that is rather more like a Poodle.

Coat: Scoodles have a medium length, silky, wavy coat which is prone to tangling.

Scoodle Facts

Characteristics: Scoodles are very good with people, but can be fierce protectors of their house and owners. They are very attentive and alert you when someone is coming near their house.

Scoodle Health

Allergies: The Scoodle has no known allergies at this time.0

Health: There are no known health issues for the Scoodle.

* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** 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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