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Spoodle Puppies


Spoodle puppies are outgoing and affectionate, making them ideal companions and family pets. They love to cuddle with their owner and play with children and other animals. Loyal and loving, they get along easily with anyone.

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The Ultimate Guide to Spoodle Puppiess

Also known as Cockapoo, Cockerpoo, and Cockerdoodle, the Spoodle is one of the top Doodle dog breeds in the world. A crossbreed, it gets its intelligence from its Toy Poodle parent, and its friendly nature from its English Cocker Spaniel parent.


This pup is known for looking like a small teddy bear. Because of its size and gentle nature, it makes a wonderful pet for those who tend to get anxious around dogs.

Spoodle Origins

In the 1950s, breeders crossed Poodles with other breeds to develop hypoallergenic dogs that shed very little. Among the breeds they crossed with Poodles were English Cocker Spaniels. The result of the cross is the hybrid known today as the Spoodle.


In the 1960s, the Spoodle became a very popular designer dog. It was formally acknowledged by The Cockapoo Club of America in 1999.


Key Characteristics of Spoodle Puppiess

Are Spoodles family-friendly?

Yes, they are. They enjoy spending time with their owner and playing with children. They also get along well with other house pets if socialised at a young age.

Daily exercise needs?

Walk your Spoodle for at least 20 minutes a day.

Common health issues & considerations

If you are looking to bring home a Spoodle, be aware of the following health issues:

  • Cataracts
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Patellar luxation
  • Skin problems
  • Ear infections

12 to 15 years

Nature / Temperament

Outgoing, friendly, intelligent, active, and loving

Size Weight

Six to 14 kg


25 to 40 cm

Suitable Environment 

Because of their small size, Spoodle puppies are best suited for apartments.


The Spoodle is a moderate-to-high-maintenance crossbreed that needs brushing weekly or when its coat becomes knotted. Its teeth should be brushed daily, and its coat should be clipped every six weeks.

Other Considerations:

  • To ensure your Spoodle is healthy and happy, frequent visits to the vet are needed.
  • This crossbreed tends to bark to noise and movement.
  • This pup adapts well to both heat and cold.

Average cost of a Spoodle Puppies

Spoodle Puppiess typicaly range between $3000 and $6500AUD.

How can I take care of my Spoodle Puppies?


Spoodle puppies love food, so you can mix up their diet without worries. You can put your pup on a raw meat diet or a pure kibble diet. You can also feed it cooked fish, rice, and vegetables. Refrain, however, from overfeeding your dog because it tends to gain weight quickly.


Spoodle puppies need regular combing, brushing, and clipping to keep their coat looking good. On top of home care, they also need to visit a professional pet groomer every month.


Bathing should be done at least once a month or when your pup gets dirty. Avoid bathing your Spoodle frequently as doing so can dry out its skin and interfere with any external treatments.

Recommended Grooming Tips

  • Clean your pup’s teeth at least three times a week using a toothbrush toy, dog chews, dental treats, or tooth wipes.
  • Your Spoodle can develop tear stains so clean its eyes regularly. Prevent infection by cleaning its ears frequently.
  • Make sure you use good quality shampoo to avoid skin disorders and eye problems.


Spoodle puppies are energetic so a daily walk around the block is recommended. Exercise your dog between 20 and 30 minutes at a pace that it is comfortable with. You can opt for two short walks or a long one per day to keep your pup fit.


Aside from walking, Spoodles like running and playing. Take yours to the park where it can freely romp, socialise with other dogs, and release its energy. If your pup falls behind or starts to pant, take it as a sign that it needs to rest.


The Spoodle is a very intelligent dog, making it easy to train. But while it is obedient and eager to please, it can be a little headstrong because of its Poodle genes. When teaching your pup commands and tricks, remember to be patient and use positive reinforcement.


This crossbreed needs early socialisation for it to grow up into a well-rounded dog. Expose your pup to different people, things, sights, and sounds while it is still young.

This is basic information, and it should not be used to make adoption or purchasing decisions. Be sure to consult an expert if you’d like to learn about the breed’s care and requirements.

This is general information and should not be relied on for adopting or purchasing advice.

Most Asked Spoodle Puppies Questions

What do Spoodles look like?

The Spoodle is a small dog that has a round head, large eyes, and long ears. It inherits its single coat from its Poodle parent and its long muzzle from its English Cocker Spaniel parent.


This dog’s coat looks like a lamb’s wool and tends to be wavy. It comes in a variety of colours including gold, beige, brown, red, white, and black. It can come with or without markings.

Do Spoodles shed a lot?

No, it doesn’t. Because it has a single coat, the Spoodle sheds little to no hair. This makes it an ideal pet for those with allergies. The downside, however, to its coat is that it requires a lot of care and maintenance.  

What’s the price of Spoodles?

The price of a Spoodle varies from breeder to breeder. It also depends on the pup’s parental lineage, health history, age, and coat colour. The price for a puppy typically ranges from AUD $3000 to $6000. It can be higher if you are buying from a reputable breeder.

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