How big do Whoodles get?
|life span||12-15 years|
|breed size||medium (26-60 lbs.)|
|good with||children families dogs|
How much does a Whoodle cost? Whoodle puppies start at about $1,500 in the USA. Dogs with impressive pedigrees and champion bloodlines will be more expensive and may even exceed $5,000 in some cases. Because Whoodles are a hybrid dog breed, they are not recognized by the AKC, and there is very little oversight in the practices employed by breeders.
Does a Whoodle shed? The Whoodle has a wavy or straight coat, but their silky soft hair doesn’t shed as much as other breeds, so owners don’t have to worry about constantly being covered in dog hair (hurrah!). On the other hand, their hair does grow long, so they have to be groomed regularly and brushed on a near-daily basis.
Do black Whoodles change colors? Silver causes black Whoodles to fade to a silvery, blue-grey by two years of age and brown Whoodles to fade into a dusky, silver-tan color. The silver gene rarely affects the Whoodle’s pads or nose coloring, although puppies often have a frosting of white or lighter hairs between their paw pads.