Moodle puppies are a great fit for families and couples who enjoy a low to moderately-active lifestyle. They are full of energy and will take any opportunity to play, making them the perfect fit for children who can keep them entertained and regularly stimulated. One thing about moodle puppies is that they don’t shed and grooming is a small price to pay when you consider they don’t shed hair everywhere. They’re also friendly around strangers and welcome pats and cuddles from just about anyone!
Moodles are on the lighter side and can weigh up to 8kg on average, making them easy to cart around for trips to the beach or the dog park.
How to care for a Moodle puppy
Owning a puppy is a big responsibility, so you’ll need to be sure you and your family have the time to properly care for your new Moodle puppy. While they are generally low-maintenance animals, they do require:
- Regular grooming — Thanks to their Poodle traits, Moodles do not shed fur — a huge win for those who hate vacuuming! However, they do require regular grooming and maintenance to keep their coat in immaculate condition. Moodles need regular brushes and a trip to the groomer every six to eight weeks.
- Dry food — While the cost to feed these pups is relatively low, it’s recommended that you feed your Moodle dry kibble to prevent a build-up of tartar on their teeth.
- Activity — Moodles have low exercise requirements and are happy inside dogs. Though to prevent boredom and keep them healthy, it’s recommended that they receive around 30 minutes of exercise a day.
Moodles for sale at Moodles To Love
While finding the right puppy for your family is important, it’s just as important to consider where you purchase your new bundle of joy. Moodles To Love is an ethical puppy breeder in Queensland — we raise all our puppies in a loving and family environment before finding their forever homes.
But as we are an ethical breeder, adoption vacancies are limited, so you’ll need to be quick to secure one of our adorable puppies. Get ready to meet your new fur baby by flicking through our available Moodle puppies