Many Whoodles are affectionate, energetic, intelligent, and playful. These pups will rarely bark and are fantastic with children. This dog does well in a family setting, and will need plenty of attention and love as he settles in. With time these dogs will become more independent, but will always want to be around loved ones if possible.
Whoodle puppies will flourish in a home with a yard, or with a family that can take them on walks at least once a day. If you live in an apartment, it is best to take Whoodles on long walks twice a day to keep them from gaining weight or becoming anxious. They will need plenty of love and attention throughout their life, but will become more independent as they age. That being said, if you can bring your pup to the office with you it would be ideal.
This breed is moderately healthy and will only need regular veterinary checks. As they age, these dogs are prone to glaucoma, hip dysplasia, diabetes, and cataracts. Your dog will stay happy and healthy for many years by feeding him a wholesome diet and having regular outings to the dog park or local pond.
Whoodles are easy to train for many first-time pet owners. They are eager to understand their owner and will gradually learn commands within the first year. If you are not confident in your training skills, then you should consider hiring a professional trainer for a few sessions. Then you and your dog will be able to understand one another better.
The Whoodle breed requires minimal grooming practices. You will only need to brush and bathe them when necessary, after a day at the beach, for example. They may only need professional grooming once every two years.
12 to 20 inches in height
20 to 45 pounds