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Foodle:Dog Breed Profile

Foodle is a cross between poodle and Fox Terrier. Like many other hybrids, Foodle may combine the best characteristics of these two parent varieties.

Foodle is a very small variety (some small enough to be considered a toy variety), usually less than 12 inches tall and weighing about 9 to 13 pounds. Food's fur is usually as thick and curly or wavy as a toy poodle, or as thin and thin as a Toy Fox Terrier. Foodle can be in almost any color, such as black, brown, Tan, white, cream, or a combination of these colors. Food has soft ears, a small round head, a long hairy tail and thin legs. Foodle's eyes are small and black, and his nose is black. Foodle has a broad chest and a long tone.

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Foodle Breed Characteristics

  • About Foodle Breed

    Name: Foodle

    Height: 10-12 inches

    Weight: 9-13 lbs

    Lifespan: 10-14 years

    Coat color: Black/Pied/Brown/White

    Coat Density: Dense

    Coat Texture: Wavy

    The most common colors of Foodle include black, brown, white and gray. This breed is alert and attentive and likes to be hugged and held. Foodle is easy to train and can be taught to perform skills easily. Foodle is a good pet in the apartment, because it is very big. If it has strong social skills, it can get along well with other pets and children.

    Foodle is very cute and cuddling, but you have to watch food with kids because it's easy to get hurt because it's the size of food. Although Foodle is small, Foodle is brave and can deal with animals of any size or people who threaten their families, so Foodle is a good watchdog.

    These foodles need to be with the family. It is not recommended that these dogs be left unattended outdoors, as foodles are small and easy to prey on by large birds and other predators. Foodle also needs to be supervised outside, because Foodle's hunting instinct may cause Foodle to run away and chase squirrels or other small animals.

    Foodle's legs are very thin, but very long. Drooping ears are a bit long, and eyes are black - just like Foodle's nose. There are feathers on the tail. The muzzle was short and thin. The coat is usually thick and short in various colors, black, white, tan or a combination of both. From a combing point of view, these foods are considered to be at an average level.

    Foodle is a very smart dog and it's easy to learn new tricks. Foodle is a very lovely and friendly dog. Foodle is a very high jumper and a very fast runner.

    Food may be small, but it's a strong Beagle that retains all the passion of its ancestors. This breed is tough and bright. Without the correct leadership of its owner, Foodle will be stubborn. Curious and active, Foodle keeps its young spirit throughout its life. It's smart, loving, sensitive and pleasant. Foodle is very alert, curious and agile. This is a companion dog that has not forgotten its ancient hound instinct, so it will fight with mice and small animals. This sports dog likes hunting. Amorous and very loyal, this breed is an exceptionally smart, trainable dog. Some people are trained to help the disabled at home. It turns out that Foodle is a very suitable hearing dog for deaf people. It can be trained to bring its human companion to a sound source, such as a telephone. Make sure you are the firm, confident and consistent leader of the dog to avoid puppy syndrome, human induced behavioral problems. Always remember that dogs are dogs, not people. You have to satisfy Foodle's instinct as an animal. If humans were still 100% leaders, dogs would not be nagging. Children should be taught to be kind to dogs, but in this way, Foodle sees children as his leaders. This happy dog is sure to bring a smile to almost everyone who meets it, because it is full of enthusiasm, like a small dog.

    As mentioned earlier, Foodle is a smart dog. Food responds to many words. The wisdom of Foodle makes Foodle related to circus performance, and Foodle cooperates with clowns. Foodle has a good sense of humor, which makes Foodle an excellent partner choice. If the dog breed can be watched interestingly, then the elderly will be lucky to have a Toy Fox Hound as a pet because of its intelligence and humor, fun and agility. The dog shows loyalty and love to its owner.


Foodle Breed Daily Care

Foodle needs regular brushing and combing, and it's OK to take a shower occasionally. However, Foodle's teeth and ears should be cleaned regularly to prevent any potential infections.

It's easy for us to comb Foodle. Foodle has a short coat. Foodle often falls off, so you need to comb and brush your teeth at least every three days to keep the coating clean and prevent skin infection. It is essential that we regularly clean the hidden parts of the body; especially between the ears and the claws.


As we all know, Foodle is a highly active dog, which invests a lot of energy in the game activities every day. It's good for Foodle because Foodle tries to stay healthy, but it just allows Foodle to have all the daily sports. Foodle eats about 1 / 2 cup of dry food twice a day.

Because Foodle's mouth is very small, you need to buy a dog specially designed for toys or small breeds. When we take care of Foodle, we need to know that although this sounds obvious, you will be surprised how many new toy owners have bought standard kibbles for Foodle's toy dog. It's just that the biscuits are too big for Foodle.  

The life expectancy of this kind of Foodle is 10-14 years. At present, there are no well-known health problems with this variety. Food needs to be sorted out regularly to help with the food and shedding process. Although Foodle is very active, it is small and can be easily exercised without exhausting the host.

As a hybrid dog, Foodle can inherit health status from any parent breed. When deciding to get a Foodle puppy, it is mandatory to study breeders appropriately in order to find a responsible person who can provide proof of health background for the puppy. In general, the hybrid has no known specific health problems.


Training is important for all dogs and helps to shape the character and enhance the ability of foodle. It also plays an important role in preventing potential behavior problems in the future. We use firmness and consistency in training Foodle, which is the key to the training process, but also gentlemanly. Because repeated training can easily make the dog tired, the innovation of training methods can prevent this from becoming a problem and make the dog lose interest in training activities.

When the danger is nearby, Foodle will shout to let you know. Foodle likes other pets, but needs to socialize early and appropriately. Because Foodle is very smart, it can learn some skills easily and quickly. It's also easy to train Foodle, but be sure to use positive reinforcement rather than corporal punishment.

Foodle is good at running and jumping, likes Frisbee, grabbing and flying ball, as well as agility courses and obedience training. Other activities your friends may enjoy include hiking, jogging, walking, visiting dog parks, swimming or just running around in the yard. Food should be supervised when it's outdoors, because it's small enough to be prey to large birds and other animals.

Training is very important for every Foodle. When you want to turn an ordinary Foodle into a smart dog, training will be very different. In order to achieve the desired effect, training must be started when the dog is very young, so that the character of Foodle can be easily shaped to prevent future behavior problems. The best way to train a Foodle is to use consistency and firmness. Because repeating too many skills may be a bit boring food, it is important to find a way to always find innovative training methods to make it more entertaining. Food is a very active dog. Food needs continuous exercise to keep healthy. Every day's training is ideal, whether it's running or walking, Foodle is loved by these hybrid dogs. Please note that leaving foodles alone or ignoring Foodle for a long time will lead to unwanted behaviors, so it's better to treat Foodle as a full-time family member.

Despite Foodle's short stature, walking around is important to keep Foodle happy. This reduces the frustration that Foodle may be taking out household items. Dogs should exercise regularly, at least moderately.


You can clean Foodle's ears with a cotton ball once a week to observe the earwax and ear mites. Foodle is black in the ears. Because food is susceptible to skin conditions, you should only use shampoo or soap recommended by your veterinary care provider. Brush your teeth at least a few times a week with a toothpaste specially designed for dogs.

If there is more than one owner, Foodle will usually pick the one they like best. Foodle is a very good family dog, very suitable for children. Food is very smart, easy to train, sweet and caring in nature.

Foodle is suitable for staying indoors. It's a little dog and space doesn't pose a threat to its convenience. Foodle can't stand extreme cold weather. It can only cope in hot conditions.


Foodle Breed History

There is no official history of Foodle varieties. However, it is believed that it was invented in the United States from the 1990s to the early 2000s, when designer / hybrid breeds became increasingly popular. Foodle has a small body and long, thin legs. Foodle's eyes and nose are very dark and he bites very hard. Food has medium fluffy fur and a curved tail. Foodles is a positive, loyal and loving dog. Foodle seldom barks unless strangers are too close to home (that's why Foodle is a good watchdog). Most food will inherit food's hunting instinct, so food needs to communicate with other small animals as soon as possible to prevent food from chasing food.

Poodle

Poodle is an old breed, which is thought to have existed in Germany in the first century. There were many pictures and statues of dogs in that period. Poodle is believed to come from barbells in North Africa and several different water dogs, such as France, Hungary, Portugal, Germany, Russia and Spain. However, some people think that poodle is the offspring of Asian Shepherd dogs brought by ostrogot and German Gothic tribes at that time. Standard and miniature poodles are used to hunt waterfowl and truffles, but Toy Poodles are mainly raised as companions of the rich and aristocrats. In the circus discovered by Gypsies in the 19th century, poodle was also popular for performing tricks. In 1887, the American Dog Club recognized poodle, which is now the seventh most popular dog breed in the United States.

Toy fox terrier

Toy Fox Terrier is a hybrid of Smooth Fox Terrier, Manchester terrier and Chihuahua. Toy Fox Terrier is one of the few species originated in the United States in the 19th century. It is mainly used to kill rodents and squirrels. The Smooth Fox Terrier is an ancient mixture of English Terrier, cattle Terrier, dark brown Terrier, Beagle and greyhound. The Toy Fox Terrier is small enough to enter smaller holes and places where prey can hide, making Foodle a better and faster hunting partner. Toy Fox Terrier was not officially approved by AKC until 2003. It is the 116th most popular dog breed in the United States.

Foodle tends to choose a family member. Foodle thinks that Foodle can connect to the best. Foodle gets him or her, but Foodle will still be a lovely pet and other family members. Food responds well to obedience training and early socialization, which enables food to get along well with different kinds of pets in the family. The appearance of Foodle is very similar to that of Fox Terrier. These foodles have a very good relationship with the children, but their interaction must be monitored accordingly. Food usually pays attention to its surroundings, so food can sometimes be a good watchdog. Training methods should be consistent and firm, firm, and synchronized with socialization. Of course, like most other dogs, Foodle needs to start small so that it can shape the dog's temperament in a positive way. Foodle will like to make new friends and be familiar with Foodle, so it will be a very good thing to travel with food. At the same time, let Foodle get used to other pets. Assuming that all the recommendations for training and early socialization are implemented, Foodle will prove to be quite good at interacting with children and other pets. However, children also have to learn how to best interact with these dogs, but even so, keep an eye on food when they are together. Foodle needs an average carding level.