Mini Bolonoodle Puppies Breeders: Bolognese Poodle Mix

May 5, 2022

Mini Bolonoodle Puppies Breeders: Bolognese Poodle Mix

Mini Bolonoodle Puppies Breeders: Bolognese Poodle Mix

Height: 10 – 12 inches

Weight: 5 – 9 pounds

Lifespan: 12 – 15 years

Colors: White, cream

Suitable for: Children, elderly, small families, apartments

Temperament: Fun-loving entertainers, smart, attention hogs

The Bolonoodle is a mixed breed created by mixing a Bolognese with a Poodle. They have a single-layer coat that stands off their body in long curls. The coat is usually white or cream-colored, but many other colors are less common. It has a short snout and long droopy ears, and their eyes are round and dark.

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Bolonoodle Puppies – What You Should Know Before You Buy…

Bolonoodle Puppy (Bolognese & Poodle Mix) Info,






How Much Do Bolonoodle Puppies Cost?

A Bolonoodle puppy can cost between $800 and $1000 in most cases but can cost much more depending on the breeder. The Poodle on the parent side can cost up to $1200, and the Bolognese can easily fetch up to $2,500. These high prices mean a Bolonoodle might cost up to $1600 in some cases.

A high quality breeder will charge higher prices, but there is a better chance your puppy will be healthy and have fewer problems later in life. The internet allows us to do plenty of research into the breeders before we make any purchases, and there are plenty of breeders available.

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3 Little-Known Facts About the Bolonoodle

1.Bolonoodles are smart enough to play games and attempt to trick you into doing what they want.

2.The Bolognese parent is centuries old and was a popular dog as early as the 11th century.

3.The Bolognese parent almost went extinct before it was restored in Europe by a few breeders.

The parents of the Bolonoodle. Left: Bolognese, Right: Poodle

The parents of the Bolonoodle. Left: Bolognese, Right: Poodle

Temperament & Intelligence of the Bolonoodle

The Bolonoodle is a small breed of dog that loves to be a part of the family and enjoys playing games. It’s well known for playing tricks to get what it wants and can set up complex traps. They are smart and can be trained to perform tricks but quickly get bored and might move on to other activities. They are always extremely social and insist on being by your side. It’s friendly towards everything and would make a poor watchdog.

Are These Dogs Good for Families?

Yes, these are one of the best family dogs you can desire. They are more than suitable to have around children, and they will provide each other with hours of fun. Parents will enjoy the low maintenance they require. They are extremely entertaining and will often play games with unsuspecting family members. They get along with other pets and are comfortable in small apartments as well as large homes.

Does This Breed Get Along with Other Pets?

Yes, the Bolonoodle makes fast friends with all animals, and any arguments that this dog gets into will almost certainly be the other guy’s fault. This breed will also get along with squirrels and rabbits that pass through the yard. We found it just as likely to play jokes on other animals as it is to play them on humans, and sometimes it can be quite entertaining.

Bolonoodle (Bolognese & Poodle Mix) Info,

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Things to Know When Owning a Bolonoodle

In this section, we’ll look at the different aspects of the Bolonoodle to uncover some of the things you should consider before making a purchase.

Food and Diet Requirements

The Bolonoodle will require between one half and one cup of food per day spread out over two feedings. The food should be of high quality from a reputable brand. It should contain complete nutrition and use high-quality meats and vegetables. Stay away from brands that use a lot of strange ingredients, meat byproducts, and chemical preservatives like BHA.

Daily Exercise Requirements

The Bolonoodle requires less exercise than many other brands and is usually happy with only a short walk each day. This breed tends to get plenty of exercise playing games and tricks around the home and will require little else. We recommend devoting 20-30 minutes of your time each day to exercise with your Bolonoodle.

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