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    Welcome to

    Doodle Trust

    Education. Rescue. Welfare

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Education

We have a lot of people from all walks of life asking us about Doodles; so below we have included a list of helpful tips, interesting products and maybe solutions to any ideas/problems you may have with owning a Doodle!

  • A Second Dog?
    Owning two dogs can be twice the fun or double the trouble.
  • About Cockapoos
    The common picture of a Cockapoo shows a happy face, curly coat and biddable nature. All of these things are true but there is more to this dog than initially meets the eye.
  • About Labradoodles
    Labradoodles are highly intelligent dogs that are highly trainable but need plenty of mental and physical stimulation to achieve this.
  • Buying a Doodle Puppy
    Are you ready for the commitment that goes with a Doodle Puppy?
  • Cats and Dogs
    Introducing dogs and cats takes time and patience.
  • Children and Doodles
    Buying a dog or puppy when you have a very young family needs careful consideration.
  • Doodle Diet & Nutrition
    Diet and Nutrition are very important to your Doodle's health and wellbeing, but choosing a suitable diet that will ensure your Doodle is healthy and happy can sometimes be a minefield.
  • Doodle Exercise Requirements
    These suggestions are aimed primarily at the Standard Labradoodle but the smaller 'Miniature' Doodles are often growing into dogs that are 20” tall and require as much care.
  • Doodles & the Allergy Myth
    So you have allergies or asthma and would like a dog that won’t make you ill?
  • Generations Explained
    F1 Labradoodle (F denotes the word Filial) this is the term used for the first crossing of a Standard Poodle with a Labrador Retriever.
  • Grooming
    Doodles can vary in their coat types so each one must be taken on an individual basis when it comes to grooming.
  • Health Information
    Like any breed of dog, the Doodle is susceptible to certain inherited diseases.
  • Introducing a Baby
    If you are expecting a baby, it will pay to prepare your dog ahead of the infant’s arrival.
  • Training your Doodle
    It is vital that you train your Doodle. We hope you find our training tips useful.
  • Why NOT to breed
    Obviously your Doodle is the best dog in the world and there is a very natural desire to share this gorgeousness with other lucky people.