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Springerdoodle

The Springerdoodle is a cross between a Poodle and an English Springer Spaniel. These dogs are loyal, intelligent, energetic, friendly and playful. They like to follow their family around everywhere and they have an insatiable love for life. In short, these people-loving canines make wonderful companions.

Breed Facts & Characteristics

  • Height: 16-24 inches
  • Weight: 30-60 lb
  • Lifespan: 10-15 years
  • Breed Names: Springerdoodle, Sproodle, Springerdoodle Retriever, Springerpoo and Springerpoo Retriever.
  • Breed Group: Designer Breed
  • Characteristics: Intelligent, energetic, loyal, gentle and playful.
  • Cross Breeds: English Springer Spaniel and Poodle Mix
  • Best Suited For: Springerdoodle’s are suited for singles, seniors, and families with children and pets. Living in a house or apartment is not required as they require space to zoom around the yard.
Springerdoodle Laying Down
The Springerdoodle dog breed laying down relaxing.

Breed Summary

These lively and friendly dogs really love being around people; they will always put the needs of others before their own. They’re loyal, smart, easy to train, and eager to please. They’re excellent family pets and get along great with children of all ages.

Springerdoodle’s are an energetic breed that loves being outdoors and enjoys being the center of attention.

If you’re thinking of adopting a dog, then you might want to consider the Springerdoodle. These dogs are engaging and have all the characteristics people find in search for an ideal pup! Keep scrolling to learn more about these amazing canines.

Breed Origins

The Springerdoodle is a designer crossbreed from the United States. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been much official documentation kept about the history of designer dogs so we don’t know much beyond that. No breeder has claimed credit for creating or even naming these remarkable pups. All we know is that they entered the dog market at some point in the late 20th century.

Temperament & Behavior

The Springerdoodle is an exceptional breed of dog loved because it has a sweet personality. This dog loves to be around people and will play with you for hours on end. When interacting with this breed, or even just watching them run around, it’s easy to find yourself smiling as well. This remarkable ability makes the Springerdoodle everyone’s favorite at the park.

Springerdoodle Front Angle

These dogs are ideal for families, as they like the company of their human family members. They also tolerate other pets and children well, and have a calm nature. This breed rarely barks, except when there is a need to warn its people of potential danger, but will calmly greet strangers.

Training

The Springerdoodle is an intelligent, easy to train breed that requires less repetition for the dog to learn. Consistent and firm approach should be used at all times with both positive reinforcement and rewards given as soon as improvement is seen.

Forcing a puppy to be a family pet takes the same training methods as any other dog.

The commands will vary depending on what type of approach you’re using, but each can usually take less than 30 minutes per day. Training needs to start with obedience so that everyone knows every command and how they should behave while interacting with the pup.

Life Expectancy

This breed typically lives 10 to 15 years, which is a long life for such a small dog.

Weight

Springerdoodle is a medium-sized breed. It typically weighs between 30 and 50 pounds.

Exercise and Energy

Springerdoodle Energy Level
Springerdoodle Energy Level

To keep your Springerdoodle in shape, you should give him access to a moderate amount of outdoor activity. If you have a yard that’s safe and enclosed, that would be an ideal spot for him to get a good amount of off-leash activity in every day. Otherwise, a trip to the dog park would be the perfect alternative.

These dogs even enjoy playing in water during their free time so it would probably go over well if taken on dips at lakeside or other bodies of water when possible. There are loads of ways to turn these pets’ playtime into some healthy exercise as long as enough room is given for them do so indoors and outdoors with the proper permission from property owners while staying safe.

Dogs need exercise daily to stay healthy. If they don’t get a walk or run, they may find other ways to burn off the extra energy, such as destroying stuff or barking at passersby.

When your dog is inside the house, make sure to keep him entertained by giving him a variety of toys to play with. If they are not given mental stimulation through toys and games, their minds will begin to think up mischief.

Coat

A Springerdoodle’s coat can be either medium or long, and it is double layered, so regular grooming is necessary to keep the coat and skin healthy.

If your dog inherited more of the Poodle coat, he will not shed as much. However, if your dog is an English Springer Spaniel and has a thicker double coat, spay may need to be brushed a few times a week or so that his fur does not become matted.

You can also groom your dog’s fur in summer to provide insulation and in winter the fur would provide warmth.

Food and Diet

To keep your Springerdoodle at a healthy weight, you should give him quality food. If you feed dry kibble, start from 1-2 cups of meal per day and split these up into meals. If canned diets are the preference, adjust how much kibble is being fed so he doesn’t overeat.

In all walks of life it is always good to get a second opinion before making your own conclusions. This is no different with pet care. While many shop and read as much as possible about the best type of food for their animals, these guidelines do not work for every animal because each dog has its own needs. That being said, you should consult a veterinarian before any changes are made to what you feed your pup’s meal bowl.

Puppies

Springerdoodle Puppies
Springerdoodle puppies in a basket looking extra adorable.

Springerdoodle puppies will be very small in size and you should treat them with care when near children or other animals. You should try to train your dog from a young age, preferably before puberty starts.

Pricing

A Springerdoodle puppy could cost between $600 to $1800. Other costs such as collar, leash, crate, carrier, blood tests, deworming, shots, chipping and neutering come to about $455 to $500. Below is a breakdown of the costs of a puppy based on characteristics, size, gender, and more.

Base Price

$1,000-2,000 (black or gray standard male with straight coat)

Coat/Color

+ $200 Wavy/Curly Coat

+ $300 Red or Chocolate coat

+ $400 Parti-colored Coat

+ $500-800 Tri-color phantom Coat

Size

+ $400 mini size

Gender

+ $100 female

Timing

+ $200 for holiday puppies (e.g. Thanksgiving, Christmas)

Recognized Clubs

Not recognized by the American Kennel Club, this breed is recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC), Designer Breed Registry (DBR), Designer Dogs Kennel Club (DDKC), Dog Registry of America, Inc. (DRA) and International Designer Canine Registry.

The Springerdoodle breed become devoted members of the family who are affectionate, loyal, and highly intelligent. Their intelligence and quirky, playful nature make them entertaining. They have a lot of personality and their peculiar behavior make them even more lovable. Around other pets they’re confident, gentle and easy going. Springerdoodle’s are happiest when surrounded by their family and get along great with children. Their traits of energy and intelligence lead to adorable eccentricities for the whole family to rally around.

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