Irish Doodle

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The hybrid or mixed breed is the result of mixing an Irish Setter with a Poodle. Since the Irish Doodle is hybrid, the name may sometimes be misleading because it is not always guaranteed that the breed will be of 50/50 bloodlines due to the commonness of multi-generation breeding. The Irish Doodle is fairly new and a mixed breed, so their characteristics cannot truly be standardized, therefore to best determine the breed it is most helpful to research the parent breeds.


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