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    Default What Exactly is a Spoodle?

    Obviously it is a spaniel x poodle, but what spaniel do they use for this cross exactly?

    Is it even a spaniel x poodle or is it something else?

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    Ohhh nvm, just realised that google is my friend.

    I did think it was a cocker but for some reason I thought they called that mix a "cockapoo" or some other rubbsh

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    I think Spoodle and Cockapoo are synonymous so I'd assume it's a Cocker Spaniel. it's crazy how many people come onto this forum with them or asking where to get them. I'd never even heard of them until like a month ago.

    Edit: oh, so there's a difference? This designer dog thing messes with my mind >.<

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissTeaAddict View Post
    I think Spoodle and Cockapoo are synonymous so I'd assume it's a Cocker Spaniel. it's crazy how many people come onto this forum with them or asking where to get them. I'd never even heard of them until like a month ago.

    Edit: oh, so there's a difference? This designer dog thing messes with my mind >.<
    No, there is no difference. I just meant I had discounted the cocker as I thought they called them cockerpoos, but in fact that particular x is not only called a spoodle and a cockapoo but also a cockadoodle ffs LOL

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    I think in all the craziness of these names America uses Cockapoo more & Australia Spoodle, lol......................
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