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  • #61452
    Anonymous
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    I have noticed in the last few months a very large increase in e-mails to myself enquiring about these ‘breeds’.  Once again I have a couple of articles on this subject:
    Poodle and other pure breed crosses
    Labradoodles The lasy who runs this site has been very helpful to those looking for this type of dog

    #65072
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    The real question is how many more can you come up with?

    Labradoodle, Schnoodle, Cockapoo, Spoodle, Yorkiepoo  ……..

    #65073

    Here is a really good link to a site full of cross breeds.
    http://www.K9z.co.uk.
    Every thought of a Bull Terrier mixed with a Shih Tzu………. ???

    Lindsay
    http://www.snippetsgrooming.co.uk

    #65074
    mocats101
    Member

    I have a standard poodle!
    Maleah  🙂

    #65075
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Another good link I have found on this subject

    http://labradoodle-dogs.net

    #65076
    cormac22
    Member

    We are currently trying to find a schnoodle breeder in the uk … can anyone help? 😉
    We would be delighted with any info that may hekp in our search

    with thanks
    Jennie
    jennie.stoten@ntlworld.com

    #65077
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Have found some more names: Bichonpoos, maltipoos, shih-poo, lhasopoo, pomapoo and pekepoo.

    http://www.k9z.co.uk appears to have closed down.

    Still no Cockapoo breeders for the UK.  As far as I am aware there is only a Labradoodle breeder in the UK who is dedicated to the breed.  All others appear to be one off breeders or possibly puppy farms charging £500+.

    I will say you are better off with a registered Poodle or a genuine rescue dog than the risks are worth.  (personal view only)

    #65078
    donnya
    Member

    Probably old hat but I bred Springerdors a couple of years ago. Brilliant working dogs  🙂 and if I was younger I would have liked to have tried to get them recognised as a breed.
    Donnya

    #65079
    Anonymous
    Guest

    If one of my Cavaliers & his favourite canine girlfriend had their way they would be the parents of Border Terrier x Cavalier King Charles Spaniels Not that this would ever happen

    Bordaliers springs to mind as a suitable name for them

    #65080
    Christof
    Member

    I am looking for any information that anyone might have on poodle / terrier crossbread dogs. I am a terrier man but my wife is allergic to dog hair. Please help.

    Chris
    chris@houseinstantonin.com

    #65081
    Anonymous
    Guest

    would that be a “poo-ier”

    … lets hope not  😉

    #65082

    there are also boxer cross corgi now after 5 generation cross a recocnised breed by the kc BORGIS they are boxer size and are born with short tails so no need to dock.

    #65083
    Anonymous
    Guest

    bah humbug 😉 

    dont comment on my “ammusing” humour then  😛

    #65084
    Anonymous
    Guest

    The so called BORGIS is NOT recognised by the UK Kennel Club
    Val

    [quote author=scottish boxer link=topic=214.msg1660#msg1660 date=1106583485]
    there are also boxer cross corgi now after 5 generation cross a recocnised breed by the kc BORGIS they are boxer size and are born with short tails so no need to dock.
    [/quote]

    #65085
    Anonymous
    Guest

    why do people like these wierd crosses

    why a labradoodle when the true english breed the curly coated retreiver is struggling

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