Doxiedoodle Puppies For Sale



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The Doxiedoodle, also affectionately known as the Doxie Poo, Dachdoodle and Doxdoodle is a cross between the Daschund and the Poodle.  First bred in the 2000’s, their combinations are so unpredictable, making a wide range in size for this mixed breed. They are affectionate and dependent and will quickly attach to their owner.

Appearance and Grooming

Because the litters are so unpredictable, their coloring and coat type will range. The most common colors are white, cream, gray, black, and brown. Some puppies may inherit the Dachshund hair type with a short, coarse, and low-maintenance coat. Poodle fur, however, is longer and curlier, and so requires regular brushing and trims to avoid tangles and knots. It is recommended that they be brushed two to three times per week, and they should be bathed every six-to-eight weeks.


Though they may exhibit some stubbornness like their Daschund parent, these dogs are extremely affectionate, playful and loving. So you're not going to have a mean dog, but possibly a willful one. They make for an excellent watchdog, however, can be a bit too territorial, so visitors should be introduced slowly to this strong-minded little dog.

Family and Companionship

Mini Doxiedoodles fit in perfectly with active families who will spend plenty of time with them. They do well with children, but they do best in single-pet homes. They are highly adaptable, but also highly energetic so while they will do well in both apartments and houses, they must be given enough exercise.


Known for their energetic personalities, they require moderate daily exercise. Daily walks or outdoor playtime is the perfect combination for these playful pooches. They do not enjoy being outside by themselves and rightly so as they are much smaller and more gentle than predatory animals.

Training and Socialization

Training and socialization are a must for this hybrid dog. Keep in mind that because of the many variations of crosses between different types of Poodles and Dachshunds, this can be an unpredictable breed in both looks and temperament. Though they may be a challenge to train in the beginning, keeping a positive attitude and always reward good behavior with treats, will always win an obedient pup in the end.