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(Crestepoo) (Poochis)

Chinese Crested / Poodle Hybrid Dogs

 

The Crestepoo is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Chinese Crested and the Poodle. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

Recognized Names:
American Canine Hybrid Club = Poochis
Designer Dogs Kennel Club = Poochis
International Designer Canine Registry® = Chinese Crestepoo (Poochis)
Designer Breed Registry = Poochis

"Coco the Poochis is 1 year old in this picture. She is a perfect combination of highly intelligent and very eager to please, making her a fast learner and very easy to train. She knows all of the basic commands and about a dozen tricks already. Her coat silky and fluffy at the same time and is prone to tangles and matting. It requires daily grooming with a metal comb, but her small size and easygoing temperament make it an easy job. She is friendly to everyone, great with children, playful but laid back, all around a perfect pooch!"

 

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ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
DDKC = Designer Dogs Kennel Club
DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.
IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry®
DBR = Designer Breed Registry

 

Ambrose, the apricot male Crestepoo at 15 weeks and 14 pounds

Ambrose the apricot male Crestepoo at 15 weeks and 14 pounds—his owner says, "I find the Crestepoo to be a very intelligent and affectionate breed. We have a female Miniature Schnauzer who is two weeks younger than him and the two of them are inseparable at times."

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Winkx, a hairless variety of the Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Poodle hybrid)

Winkx, a hairless variety of the Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Poodle hybrid) is a puppy in this picture.

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Suki, the Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Poodle hybrid) at 6 months old

Suki the Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Poodle hybrid) at 6 months old

Suki, the Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Poodle hybrid) at 5 months old

Suki the Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Poodle hybrid) at 5 months old

Suki, the Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Poodle hybrid) at 1 year old

Suki the Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Poodle hybrid) at 1 year old—"She still weighs less than ten pounds, is very intelligent, playful, and generally a very happy dog. She loves everyone and all dogs, regardless of size!"

 

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Ambrose, the apricot male Crestepoo at 10 weeks and 10 pounds

Ambrose the apricot male Crestepoo at 10 weeks and 10 pounds

 

Ambrose, the apricot male Crestepoo at 15 weeks and 14 pounds

Ambrose the apricot male Crestepoo at 15 weeks and 14 pounds

 

Ambrose, the apricot male Crestepoo at 15 weeks and 14 pounds

Ambrose the apricot male Crestepoo at 15 weeks and 14 pounds

 

Ambrose, the apricot male Crestepoo at 15 weeks and 14 pounds

Ambrose the apricot male Crestepoo at 15 weeks and 14 pounds

Chinese Crestepoos (Chinese Crested / Poodle hybrid dogs)—"I have 3 Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle mixes who are littermates and were a surprise. Their names are Vixen, Veela and Vernon. There were 5 pups in all, although we only adopted three. All three are very different—different sizes, different amounts of hair, even different body shapes, but all three have something in common. They are super loving and smart."

 

Chinese Crestepoos (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dogs)—"Vixen lying on her brother Vernon. They are 4-month-old puppies in the photo."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Vixen, who is the daintiest of the 3 and the most hairless, is a very soulful girl who gets cold easily and LOVES to snuggle."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Vixen is 4 months old in this photo and is quite the character. Super smart with the most intelligent eyes."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Veela is the largest pup in the litter and is 15" tall at 4 months. She is a goofy funny girl and loves to chase balls."

 

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Veela loves to play dress-up with my daughter. All three pups love clothes, especially on a chilly day."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Vernon, our little boy has a very hairy face, but not much body hair. He acts more like a cat than a dog and uses his paws to play and grab things."

 

Chinese Crestepoos (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dogs)—"Vernon is lying down while big sister Veela is standing on the couch. They are 3-month-old puppies here."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Vernon has more Poodle-like curly hair than his sisters who have silkier Crested hair. Shown here as a 3-month-old puppy."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Vernon as a 7-week-old puppy."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Vernon as a 7-week-old puppy."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Vernon as a 7-week-old puppy."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Vixen as a 6-week-old puppy."

 

Chinese Crestepoo (Chinese Crested / Standard Poodle hybrid dog)—"Vixen as a 4-week-old puppy."

 



 

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