THE IRISH WOLFHOUND
Irish Wolfhounds are sweet-tempered, patient, kind, thoughtful and intelligent. Their excellent nature can be trusted with children. Willing and eager to please, they are unconditionally loyal to their owner and family. The Irish Wolfhound is prone to a few health problems later in life and does have a shorter life expectancy than most other breeds, which is why breeding the Irish Wolfhound and the Standard Poodle creates a healthier dog with a longer expected lifespan.
WOLFADOODLES, F1B & REVERSE F1B
F1 Irish Wolfadoodles are the combination of a purebred Irish Wolfhound and a purebred Standard Poodle. They are low to non-shedding and typically weigh between
F1B Irish Wolfadoodles are the combination of a F1 Irish Wolfadoodle and a Standard Poodle. They are a safer
alternative for families with allergies that love Irish Wolfhounds. Expected adult weight 65-90 pounds.
REVERSE F1B Irish Wolfadoodles are the combination between a purebred Irish Wolfhound and an F1 Irish Wolfadoodle. Expected adult weight 80-130 pounds.
The Reverse F1B Wolfadoodle is more wolfhound so you can expect more purebred Wolfhound traits that will include size and hair type.
The Irish Wolfadoodle or also known as the Woodle truly is the best of both the Irish Wolfhound and the Standard Poodle. With the calm and gentle spirit of the Irish Wolfhound and high intelligence and trainability of the Standard Poodle makes this incredible hybrid the perfect pet. The Irish Wolfadoodle is low to non shedding and while it is a large breed weighing between 75-110 pounds, they will be a lower energy dog.