Here you will find everything you need to know about Poodle mixed breed dogs.  You may have heard them referred to as Poodle mixes, Hybrid dogs, Doodle dogs, Designer dogs, or Poo mixes.  Whatever you choose to call them there is no denying there has been an amazing surge in their popularity, and for good reason.  Most Poodle mixes are low shedding, can be tolerated by most allergy sufferers, and rate high on the list of intelligence.  If that is not alluring enough, then browse through this site and see if you can resist what others have already discovered about these amazing dogs.

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“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.” ~ Roger Caras

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Think it’s not possible to mistake a Labradoodle dog for a Lion? Think again. That’s precisely what many Virginians did as they flooded the 911 lines to report lion cub sightings. Watch the video!

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The cost of dog treats can add up and many contain questionable ingredients that may not be the healthiest choices for our dogs.  By making your own dog treats you know exactly what the ingredients are and it’s a lot cheaper so you can save on cost.

Most dogs love peanut butter.  This is a quick and easy recipe that your dog is sure to enjoy!

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Treats

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 tblsp baking powder
Dog Treats

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Dog Treats

  • 1 cup peanut butter (creamy)
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup oats

Directions:

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Combine flour, baking powder & oatmeal in a large bowl.
  • Add peanut butter & milk.  Knead dough.
  • Roll out to 1/4 ” thick onto floured surface
  • Use cookie cutters to cut whatever shapes you want
  • Bake 20 minutes (or until golden brown) on a lightly greased baking sheet
  • Let your dog enjoy!

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What we all know is that dogs have amazing sniffing abilities and can smell things that a human cannot. In addition, while humans only tend to notice really “good” smells, or really “bad” smells, a dog will notice “all” smells. To a dog, using his nose to sniff has much to do with the way he sees and understands the world around him. With that in mind, you can see why researchers could be drawn to the idea of experimentation on whether or not dogs could sniff out cancer in humans. What they discovered was that dogs that were trained to identify the chemical smell emitted by cancerous tissue could do so with astonishing accuracy. It was also determined that dogs were more accurate on certain kinds of cancers than others. What does this mean in the medical world? Well, we certainly could save a lot of time and money if we could be certain that a “doggy doctor” could diagnose us! What an interesting, fascinating thought it is…….however, what becomes of these studies and research remains to be seen.

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Useless Fun Facts:

Useless, Fun Fact #1: A scientific study has shown that dogs and chimps are the only animals to find human yawns catching. So, try yawning around your dog and see if he yawns back! Useless, Fun Fact #2: Did you know that 94% of pet owners say that their animal makes them smile more than [...]

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Grooming for Poodle Mixes

Poodle mixes, in more cases than not, have a medium to long coat that requires frequent grooming.  A small price to pay when you consider the beauty, charm, grace, intelligence and character you get in these wonderful canines.   Grooming your poodle mix on your own is certainly a possibility; however, if you are inexperienced in [...]

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Dozer, the Determined Goldendoodle, Competes in the MD Half Marathon

What started as just an average Sunday afternoon for Dozer, a three year old Goldendoodle, ended in what has become quite an amazing adventure for a young dog.  The Maryland half marathon, which benefits the University of MD Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center, was being held that afternoon with a route that just so [...]

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Dog Behavior: A Guide to Interpreting Dog Body Language

Did you ever wonder what your dog is thinking or feeling at a given moment? There are many emotions that we as humans feel and dogs are no different. They can feel happy, fearful, excited, dominant, aggressive, you name it. Dogs use their bodies and facial expressions to communicate how they are feeling, although interpreting all of [...]

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Dogs and Chocolate

Did you know that chocolate is toxic to your dog?   Chocolate is made from cocoa beans which contain caffeine and a related chemical compound called theobromine which is what poses the real threat for dogs.  Dogs metabolize theobromine at a much slower pace than humans.  Chocolate poisoning in dogs is very common since a dog [...]

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Dogs and Lyme Disease

Lyme disease (Borreliosis) is a serious bacterial disease spread by ticks (mainly deer ticks), that can be fatal to your dog if not caught in a timely manner.  When caught on time your dog can be effectively treated with antibiotics.  If you live in an area bountiful with ticks you will want to be sure [...]

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