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Poochon Breed Information

Poochon puppy

A Poodle and Bichon Frise mix, the Poochon puppy is wonderfully equipped with Poodle intelligence and Bichon joy. Poochon puppies are a toy-sized dog breed that enchants with teddy-bear-like features and a lively, joyful personality. If you’re looking for a cute doodle puppy to adopt, one that is affectionate, well-mannered, and sweet, then the Poochon puppy is the way to go. Poochons are favorites at Puppy Love PR and they’re also one of the most trendy and fashionable puppies worldwide.  

BREED TYPE / MIX Doodle Hybrid / Poodle crossed with a Bichon Frise ENERGY Moderate SHEDDING Minimum TRAINING Responsive TEMPERAMENT Gentle, Affectionate, Intelligent, Loyal, Playful ADULT WEIGHT 6-17 lbs ADULT HEIGHT 9-15 in LIFE SPAN 12-15 yrs


  • The Poochon dog breed is a cross between the Bichon Frise and the Poodle. Crossbreeding these two dog breeds, Poochon breeders set out to create a new hypoallergenic doodle-breed with better health¬†
  • These dogs are highly intelligent, have a sweet and caring nature, and a playful personality¬†
  • Their low-shedding coats are perfect for those with allergies, making the Poochon hypoallergenic¬†
  • They make great pets for singles, couples, families with kids and seniors, and the Poochon dog gets along well with other household animals¬†
  • Also known as BichPoos or Bichpoo, the Poochon puppies originated in Australia during the late 1990‚Äôs¬†
  • When fully grown, the average Poochon will stand between 9-15 inches tall and weigh anywhere from 6 to 17 pounds¬†
  • Poochon puppies come in many different colors, including black, grey, cream, tan, and apricot¬†
  • Their lifespan is usually around 12-15 years on average if they are well taken care of, but they can live even longer¬†
  • Having a moderate energy level, the Poochon dogs can enjoy an active or relaxed lifestyle with their family¬†
White Poochon puppy


The puppy Poochon is a cross between the Bichon Frise and the Poodle. The result is a large-eyed, fluffy dog with a pleasant personality. This hybrid dog is also known as a BichonPoo or a Bichpoo. 
The Poochon dog has a soft and silky coat that can be either straight or curly. It can be white, cream, apricot, black, or brown in color. A Poochon full-grown can weigh between 6 and 17 pounds depending on the size of its parents, more specifically, on the size of the Poodle used in the mix. Poochons that have a Toy Poodle parent will be smaller than those that have a Miniature Poodle parent. The height of a full-grown Poochon is between 9 and 15 inches. 


Poochon puppies are small, outgoing dogs that have a curious nature and an adventurous spirit. They are highly social pups, loving every moment of playtime with their family or friends. The Poochon temperament is a gentle one; they are intelligent dogs that are easy to train. Poochon puppies are always eager to impress and learn new tricks.  

Poochon puppies are moderately energetic, and they have joyful personalities. They have a great love for the outdoors where they can play and run around as they want. They love to be included in all family activities and very much enjoy being doted on. Poochon dogs are cuddly, joyful, and fun little dogs. They love to play or just stay on the couch with their family; whatever keeps them closer to their loved ones is what works best for them. 


Poochon Grooming

Poochon puppies are a mix of two popular breeds, the toy or mini-Poodle and the Bichon Frise. These non-shedding dogs need moderate grooming in order to stay clean and tangle-free. The coat should be brushed at least once per week, which will help to prevent knots and tangles from building up. Because this breed has long, curly hair, clippings are usually the easiest way to keep their coats tangle-free. Once a month should be enough to bathe your lovely puppy Poochon. With their lovely coats, these adorable and cheerful dogs can have a lot of hairstyles to choose from. One of the most popular haircuts that owners opt for is the Poochon Teddy Bear cut. This type of cut gives the Poochon its signature teddy bear-like appearance. 

Poochon Exercise Needs

Small, adorable, and slightly energetic, the Poochon is one of the best dogs for city life. Its sociable nature and moderate energy levels are a perfect fit for owners that reside in an apartment building. Poochons love to interact with others, especially with their neighbors and their furry friends from the dog park. They love to chase, fetch, and hike alongside their humans. Typically, these small dogs need an average of 30 minutes of exercise each day coupled with some mentally stimulating games.  

Poochon Health

Although the full grown Poochon can develop health conditions, it is much healthier and stronger than purebred dogs thanks to hybrid vigor. During their life, they may encounter eye problems, patellar luxation, and Addison’s disease. To keep this hybrid as healthy as possible, it is important to opt for a healthy diet, plenty of exercise, and regular vet checkups. 

Poochon Lifespan

Poochon dogs can live long, healthy lives of 12 to 15 years. Like their parents, who have a lifespan of up to 18 years, Poochons can enjoy an extended lifespan, granted they are fed well and cared for. Both Poodles and Bichons have been known to reach ages of 20+ years. 

Poochon Training

Poochons are great dogs for any household and owner. Both new and experienced pet parents can have an easy time raising these beautiful dogs. They're easy to train, smart, and always willing to please their humans. Poochon puppies are highly intelligent and will pick up on tricks quickly, but they require time, patience, and consistency as any dog does. They learn their commands very quickly when approached with positive reinforcement or treat-based motivation. Puppy rewards, toys, and praise can motivate these puppies to be good students. They respond well to leash training and are known to behave well when socialized. Both adult Poochons and younger puppies can develop separation anxiety if not trained prior to leaving them alone. It is recommended to spend some time getting them accustomed to being alone for short periods of time when they are still young. This will help improve their independence. 


The Poochon dog is a cross between a purebred Mini or Toy Poodle and a purebred Bichon Frise. The mix was created in order to gift the world a new breed of dogs that combine the most desirable traits of their purebred parents. The Poochon puppies are highly intelligent and have a sweet and caring nature, making them perfect for any family.  

They were first bred in Australia in the 1990s, with the idea of creating a new breed that would sport unique looks and enjoy better health. When it comes to dogs, there are many breeds and mixes of breeds. Within the Poochon dog breed, there are three generations. A first-generation is when a puppy has a purebred Mini or Toy Poodle parent and a purebred Bichon Frise parent, also known as the F1 Poochon. The second generation is when a puppy has an F1 Poochon parent and a purebred Mini or Toy Poodle parent, also known as an F1B Poochon. The third generation is when there are two Poochons as parents, also known as the F2 Poochon. 
Although the Poochon Doodle may be a new breed, there is much we can learn about it by looking at its parent breeds, the Poodle and Bichon Frise. 

Poodle puppies have been lovingly outlined in art around the world for centuries. They are intelligent and playful, but also independent and good-natured, making them a good match for many different lifestyles. The Poodle dog is a centuries-old breed known for retrieving, hunting, guiding blind people, and even circus acts. The origins of the Poodle are hotly debated, but it’s safe to say they were brought to Europe in the 1800s. 
People all over the world have come to love Bichon Frises for their loyalty, affection, and adorable, cuddly looks. Originating during the 14th century in Tenerife in the Canary Islands, this breed is also known as the "Bichon Tenerife." They became a popular pet among royals in England, France, and Spain. The dogs were introduced to the United States in the 1950s and quickly became popular with dog enthusiasts.