Whipoodle: The Whippet Poodle Mix

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The Whipoodle is a mix between a Poodle and a Whippet. This medium-sized Doodle breed is a low-shedding cuddle bug. They are a perfect fit for any active family.

In this story, I will cover everything about the Whipoodle to help you decide if this is the breed for you.

A Whipoodle, in simple words, is a dog breed resulting from breeding a Whippet and a Poodle. They are also called Whipoos or Whipadoodles.


A Whipoodle features a long, sleek body with lots of fur. On average, this dog is moderately sized but can often get noticeably large or small, depending on different factors.



Whipoodles have either wavy or curly coats, just like Poodles; they don’t have short hair like Whippets. They shed little to no hair, which is why they are popular with people allergic to animal hair.


Coat Colors

Most Whipoodles have black, brown, and white spots on their faces, but some can have other colors on their paws, faces, and chest.



Height The average height of a female Whippet is 18-21 inches, while a male Whippet stands at around 19-22 inches. Weight A full-grown male Poodle can weigh around 70 pounds, and an average female weighs about 40-50 pounds.



Whipoodles are smart, calm, playful, and obedient. However, it also needs moderate exercise and running to avoid negative behaviors.


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