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5 Celebrities That Have Doodle Dogs

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Poodles are one of the most intelligent breeds out there. Not only, but they are also known as a hypoallergenic breed that people with allergies can live peacefully with in the comfort of their homes. That’s why breeders all over the world are cross-breeding Poodles in order to get designer dogs that will inherit some of the traits this smart breed holds.

In the dog world, crossbreeds with a Poodle are known as Doodles! This name was coined back in 1992 in reference to a Labradoodle, a crossbreed of Labrador and, guess what, a Poodle. While this one is definitely the most popular, there are still a lot of other Doodles that are just fascinatingly beautiful and smart.

You can never know what to expect of having a crossbreed. The hybrid dog might end up inheriting more traits of one parent, and not look like other doodles of his breed. But what’s best about doodles is that they are always so fluffy!

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Let’s check out doodles owned by celebrities and let’s describe them a little bit.

1. Sheepadoodle Bilbo and Meryl Davis

Sheepadoodles can be one of the largest Doodles because this crossbreed is a combination of an Old English Sheepdog and a Poodle. These lovely and fluffy creatures are very smart and friendly. Because of their mostly black and white fur, they are often called Panda dogs.

Sheepadoodle photo courtesy of Poodles2Doodles

This breed became popular after gold-medal-winning Olympic ice dancer Meryl Davis and her fiancee Fedor Andreev bought a lovely Miniature Sheepadoodle Bilbo. The figure skater enjoys spending time with her and says that her Sheepadoodle make her relax and enjoy time more.

2. Maltipoo Penny and Blake Lively

Maltipoos are a toy breed created by crossing Toy or Miniature Poodles with Maltese dogs. They are very affectionate and are popular for their loving personality. A Maltipoo can be very active, but due to its toy size it can adapt well to any kind of home

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Blake Lively seems to really love her Maltipoo Penny. In fact, she was seen with her even during shooting Gossip Girl. The stunning LA actress along with her husband Ryan Reynolds are real dog lovers and actually, have another dog called Baxter.

3. Goldendoodle Scarlett and Usher

Goldendoodles are maybe the most similar ones to Labradoodles. They are a crossbreed of a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. They have a friendly and loyal personality of a Retriever while being additionally smart thanks to poodle intelligent genes.

The story of Usher and his Goldendoodle Scarlett actually started at an auction for charity where Usher bought the dog for $12,000. The charity occasion was organized by a non-profit that collects funds in order to provide education in impoverished nations.

4. Cockapoos Buttermilk and Shug with Ashley Judd

Cockapoos are the oldest hybrid dogs and represent a perfect combination of a Poodle and a Cocker Spaniel. These dogs are completely people oriented and are very smart. And are very active so you can never get bored with them.

Legendary actress Ashley Judd is madly in love with her two Cockapoos Buttermilk and Shug. Ashley brings them often to interviews and never misses a chance to say that these fluffy, cute creatures add quality to her life. She even says that the dogs helped her overcome emotional stress and depression.

5. Labradoodle Yogi and Tiger Woods

The most popular doodle breed out there are definitely Labradoodles. Having the lovely traits of both its breed parents, this fact doesn’t surprise us at all. They are very affectionate dogs, just like Labradors, but have an extra sense of intelligence and a soft fur of a Poodle.

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The famous golfer Tiger Woods, along with his Border Collie Taz, has also a Labradoodle called Yogi. As an active person that loves to spend his time outdoors, Tiger never leaves his four-pawed companions alone. These dogs must be very lucky.

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