Eskipoo Information, Facts, Images! (2022)

The Eskipoo is a mixed breed between a Poodle and an American Eskimo dog. Based on their name, they may seem like exotic dogs that are very rare. While they may not be as common as dogs like the Goldendoodle, the Eskipoo can still be a great pet to get.

Eskipoo Overview

The size of the Eskipoo is heavily depending on what size the parents are. While the American Eskimo dog varies slightly, the Poodle can come in three distinct sizes. Eskipoos are generally 9 to 15 inches tall and weigh 13 to 20 pounds.


Like many other mixed breeds, especially those that involve a Poodle, the Eskipoo can have coats that vary considerably. Some Eskipoos may have more Poodle in them and therefore have coats that are long and curly. Generally, they are considered mostly nonshedding and hypoallergenic.


Like other Poodle mixes, the Eskipoo is known for being very friendly and affectionate toward their family. They are generally very happy dogs and seek continual time and attention from their family.


Both the Poodle and American Eskimo dogs are fairly intelligent and can pick up commands and behaviors fairly quickly. They are also seeking to please their family and are delighted when they can bring their family joy.


Like all dogs, the Eskipoo requires regular exercise to stay healthy and strong. As their size tends to be fairly small, they may only require a moderate amount of exercise every day.


While mixed breeds are known for having fewer health concerns than their parents, that does not mean that they are without the potential for some health concerns somewhere along the line. They sometimes have eye issues like cataracts or glaucoma.

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