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How Big Does a Standard Poodle Mix Get?

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Standard Poodle mixes (or doodles) are available in a wide range of sizes. They can be as large as 30 inches and as small as 7 inches. Hence, they can be divided into three categories (standard, miniature, and toy) based on their height. Their unique buildup, including the short tail, large legs, long neck, and square loin, fascinates every dog lover. Keep reading to know how big a standard poodle mix can get as we discuss some of the biggest doodle breeds.

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Biggest Standard Poodle Mixes

The following are some of the largest standard poodle mix breeds that you can adopt.

Mastidoodle

This giant hybrid is a mix between Mastiff and Standard Poodle. Mastidoodle comes second in the list of largest poodle mixes. It is believed to have originated around the 1990s. It can grow up to 25-30 inches and weighs between 90 and 120 pounds. Their coats are rough and curly, and they come in a variety of colors (brown, black, cream, sable, etc.).

Newfypoo

Newfypoo is a cross between a purebred Newfoundland and a standard-sized Poodle. The origin of this breed is still a mystery. This breed comes fourth in the list of giant doodles. It can get as tall as 22-30 inches and as bulky as 70-110 pounds. These dogs have a dense and curly coat that comes in a plethora of shades (red, blue, black, cream, silver, etc.).

Pyredoodle

Pyredoodle dog laying in a pile of autumn leaves

This breed belongs to the class of giant doodles and is a mix between Great Pyrenees and standard Poodle. It originated in the 1980s when there was a lot of gusto among breeders regarding hypoallergenic breeds. Pyredoodles can grow up to 15-30 inches and weigh between 75 and 100 pounds when fully grown. They have a dense and wavy coat that comes in two colors (cream and white).

Great Doodle

This breed was developed by mixing Great Dane with Standard Poodle breed. Great Doodle or Great Danoodle came into existence in the 1900s. Talking about its size, this dog can attain a height of 25-27 inches and a weight of 80-100 pounds. These dogs come in a variety of coat colors that are solid or multicolored. For example, black, white, blue, fawn, apricot, cream, and grey are some common colors of this poodle mix.

Bernedoodle

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This breed was developed by Sherry Rupke in 2003. She is a Canadian breeder and owner of swissRidge Kennels. She designed the breed by mixing Bernese Mountain dog with standard Poodle.

Bernedoodles can get 23-29 inches tall and 70-90 pounds heavy. These dogs have a dense and coarse coat that can be curly or corded. They have a variety of coat colors including white, brown, black, blue, grey, and silver.

Rottle

This breed was originated in the 1980s (in Germany). It is developed by crossbreeding Rottweiler with standard Poodle. These pups can weigh between 60 and 90 pounds and their height can vary between 12 and 27 inches. They have a dual-layered, curly coat that comes in a wide range of colors. Grey, blue, red, brown, white, black, and multi-color (mix) are some of the options.

Shepadoodle

Shepadoodle - poodle mix laying on a wood deck

This breed was developed in the 1960s to serve as a military police dog. It was created by combining German Shepherd with standard Poodle dog. The height of a Shepadoodle can reach up to 22-28 inches while its weight can vary between 50 and 90 pounds. These dogs have a straight-wavy coat with different colors including grey, black, brown, fawn, and white.

Flanodoodle

This breed has been around for the past 30 years. It is a mix between Bouvier des Flandres and Standard Poodle. This large Poodle mix is 22-28 inches tall when fully grown and weighs around 55-85 pounds. Flanodoodles come in a wide array of colors, such as brown, black, white, grey, tan, red, and blue. These dogs have a long and dense coat of curly or corded type.

Doodleman Pinscher

The information about the origin of this breed hasn’t been on the records. It exists as multigenerational crosses of Doberman Pinscher and standard Poodle. A Doodleman averages 24-27 inches in height and weighs 50-75 pounds. This dog exists in several coat colors, like white, black, blue, grey, red, and brown.

Standard Goldendoodle                                         

Standard Goldendoodle adult and puppy standing next to a white picket fence

Goldendoodles were first bred back in 1969 to serve as guide dogs. Standard Goldendoodle is a mix between standard Poodle and Golden Retriever. It can reach 20-24 inches in height and 50-90 pounds in weight. Goldendoodles come in four coat types (flat, straight, wavy, and curly) and various colors (like brown, apricot, red, and cream)

Irish Wolfadoodle

This large size doodle has been developed by crossbreeding Irish Wolfhound with a standard Poodle dog. It is a relatively new hybrid whose origin is still unknown. Irish Wolfadoodles can stand between 24 and 30 inches when fully grown and weigh around 90-120 pounds. Their coats are dense and shaggy and these dogs can have a wide range of colors including, black, red, and silver.

Standard Labradoodle

Standard Labradoodle wearing a bandana standing on a beach

Donald Campbell came up with a Labradoodle n 1955, but its use as a guide dog became common in 1989. It was developed by combining Labrador Retriever with standard Poodle. When fully grown, this breed can be 21-24 inches tall and 50-65 pounds heavy. Labradoodles have wavy to curly coats that come in chalk, cream, red, black, and caramel color.

Saint Berdoodle

This breed was developed by mixing Saint Bernard with standard Poodle. It is not clear when this dog was developed but its breeding started internationally in the 1880s. It is the largest doodle breed that gets up to 30 inches tall and weighs 110-150 pounds. Generally, these dogs have a soft and wavy coat with mixed colors (i.e., Red and White, and Brown and White).

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