This joyful little pup is the result of a cross between a Poodle and a Cocker Spaniel. These pups have a coat that comes in a wide variety of types. It can be either straight, wavy, or curly, depending on which parent the pup takes after more. Their coat is also prone to becoming kinky.
They come in a large array of colors and are generally low-shedding and low-dander. Due to its low-shedding nature, this pup is a great option for people with allergies. To keep their coat looking luscious and shiny, it is important to pick the right shampoo for your Cockapoo. Here is a list of our top 10 picks.
First-generation Goldendoodles are the result of a cross between a purebred Poodle and a purebred Golden Retriever. This means the Goldendoodle puppy will have 50% Poodle genes and 50% Golden Retriever genes. While these Goldendoodles are generally healthier, they may shed more than second-generation Goldendoodles that are born from mating two Goldendoodles.
In general, an F1 Goldendoodle will have a coat that is either straight, wavy, or curly, depending on which parent the pup takes after more. The coat is usually of medium to long length, and it is important to find a shampoo that is suited to your F1 Goldendoodle’s needs!
A cross between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle, the Goldendoodle is a ready-made BFF! Due to their Poodle genes, their coats are largely non-shedding, which means these pups are great options for people who suffer from allergies related to fur and dander. Their coat generally grows about 2 to 3 inches long, and the hair on the muzzle is almost always shorter than the hair on the rest of the body.
Their coats may be wavy or curly, depending on the genes that they have inherited. It is important to ensure this pup’s coat remains healthy, so picking a good Goldendoodle shampoo is absolutely crucial to a healthy, happy, and good-looking pup!
The wonderful result of a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle, the Labradoodle is equal parts adorable, playful, curious, and loving. This pup is the perfect choice if you are looking for a furry little best friend for life. Due to the Poodle genes, the Labradoodle has a low-shedding and largely odorless coat.
The Labradoodle can come in a hair, wool, or fleece coat depending on the genes that the pup inherits and comes in a wide variety of colors. Be sure to get a good shampoo for your Labradoodle to ensure its coat stays healthy and shiny!
This little pup is the adorable result of a cross between a Toy or Miniature Poodle and a Maltese. They are incredibly cuddly and perfect for allergy sufferers due to their low-shedding and low-dander coat. The coat of a Maltipoo is perfectly soft and very fluffy, adding to their teddy-bear like appearance.
The coat can be either wavy or curly, depending on the genes inherited by your particular Maltipoo. In order to maintain the coat's soft, wool-like appearance, it is important to pick the right shampoo for your Maltipoo. Here are our picks for the best shampoos for this delightful pup.
The Cavapoo is a delightful pup that loves attention and playtime. A cross between a Poodle and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, this pup has a gorgeous coat that is usually a blend of the Poodle’s, as well as the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel’s coats. It is usually short and incredibly soft, and supple.
Their coat can either be curly or wavy, depending on how much of the Poodle genes they have inherited, and it largely low-shedding as well as low-dander. It is important to pick a shampoo that can help maintain your Cavapoo’s soft and luscious coat.