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Flandoodle Breed Information

Flandoodle

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: Bouvipoo, Poovier
   
Mispellings: Bouvapoo, Bouvpoo
   
 

Living with a Flandoodle

Temperament: Flandoodles are steady, fearless and bold dogs.

Family Dog: Flandoodles are not the best choice for families with children. Flandoodles can be aggressive and are not recommended for homes with other pets.

Shedding: Flandoodles do shed.

Grooming: Flandoodles require regular brushing.

Behavior: The Flandoodle is very playful and affectionate.

Barking: The Flandoodle does like to bark to alert you.

Weather: Flandoodles prefer cooler climates.

Physical Ability: The Flandoodle is a very athletic dog who likes to play soccer, frisbee, football and many other sports.

Flandoodle Appearance

Appearance: Flandoodles are powerfully built, robust yet compact dogs.

Size: Flandoodles are around 22-28 inches tall and weigh between 59-88 pounds when fully grown.

Body: The body of the Flandoodle has a strong and rugged appearance.

Color: Flandoodles are usually fawn to black, salt and pepper, or gray and brindle in color.

Coat: Flandoodles have a rough, shaggy, touseled coat that can be curly in appearance.

Flandoodle Facts

Life Expectancy: Flandoodles can live to be between 11-12 years of age.

Characteristics: Flandoodles are versatile, rugged and spirited dogs.

More Info: Flandoodles make ideal companion dogs. They are natural guard dogs that can adapt to city or country life.

Flandoodle Health

Health: Flandoodles are generally a very healthy breed.


* 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.
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