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While the origins of this breed may at first seem hidden, it has become a breed known for its teddy bear qualities and loveable personality.

Whether you’ve been considering getting a Twoodle dog for quite some time or have just discovered this hybrid breed, it can be a great option to explore.

To help you understand what you can expect from having a Twoodle in your home, we share some of the top characteristics and things to know about this designer breed.

The genetics and origins of the Twoodle may seem much more complicated than the standard hybrid dog that crosses two purebred dogs. The Twoodle incorporates several different dog breeds into one. The Twoodle is a mix between the English Goldendoodle and the Schnoodle.

What is a Twoodle?

Both of these parent dogs are not purebred but are mixed breeds themselves. Knowing the characteristics of the parents can be a crucial indicator as to what you can expect from a Twoodle.

Temperament

With such a high Poodle influence, these Twoodle dogs are brilliant and friendly. In addition, their Schnoodle influence makes them very loyal and attentive to the needs of the owners. As a result, the Twoodles are often praised and recognized for their highly friendly and companionable personalities.

Cost

With the rarity of this breed, they can come at a fairly high cost. While the exact price may vary, you can expect to pay upwards of $3,000 to purchase a Twoodle.

Exercise

With the playful tendencies of the Goldendoodle and Poodle breeds, the Twoodle is known for loving spending time with their people. Like all other dogs, they require regular exercise. Depending on their size, they may need about half an hour of exercise per day.

Health Concerns

With proper exercise and a healthy diet, Twoodles can be kept healthy and happy. However, they may be prone to health conditions that are more common among their parent breeds. 

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