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Poochon Breed Information

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happy Poochon puppy

Poochon puppies are a doodle breed of a Toy or Mini Poodle crossed with a Bichon Frise. Poochons are great dogs in every way. They possess high intelligence, trendy looks, the ideal size for apartment living, and an unmatched eagerness to please their owners. As a mixed breed, the cute Poochon puppies inherit the amazing qualities that made their parents famous through centuries. They are hypoallergenic, petite, skilled at tricks, and perfectly sweet.

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


  • Poochon puppies look very similar to Bichon Frise dogs, with fluffy coats, curly tails, long ears and round faces. They are also often referred to as a Bichpoo or Bichon Poodle 
  • Poochons have an average lifespan of 12 to 15 years 
  • Poochon pups are also a great choice for first-time dog owners as they train easily and are very loyal 
  • The size of a Poochon can vary depending on their Poodle size, but they typically range in height from 9-15 inches and in weight from 6 to 17 pounds 
  • Poochon puppies come in a myriad of fantastic colors. They can be white, cream, apricot, red, black, brown, and particolored 
  • The name Poochon is a mix of Poodle and Bichon Frise, the two breeds that make up this designer breed 
  • Because this is an early generation hybrid breed, Poochon dogs are healthy and don't have many hereditary health issues 
  • Hypoallergenic and non-shedding, Poochons are perfect for people with allergies  
White Poochon puppy


The Poochon puppy also goes by the names Bichpoo, Bichon Poodle, or a Bichoodle. It is a fluffy, small doodle dog that is created by crossing a Poodle and a Bichon Frise. The result is a small, adorable dog that makes for great companionship. 

The Poochon looks like a teddy bear with its fluffy coat, bouncy ears, and dark heartfelt eyes. It has an athletic shape and a curved body. The coat can come in various colors that are seen in the parent breeds. Poochon colors include white, apricot, black, and tan or different color combinations with various markings and patterns. A full-grown Poochon can weigh between 6 and 17 pounds depending on the size of its parents. It comes in a curly Poodle-like coat with hypoallergenic properties. 


The Poochon temperament is a big reason why this breed is so popular. The Poochon personality is loving and sweet, with an outgoing and friendly nature. The Poochon puppy is a companion dog known to be affectionate, playful, sweet, gentle, and obedient. 

This little guy gets along well with children as well as other house pets. The Poochon puppy is highly intelligent and easy to train which makes him a great family dog suitable for any type of household. Poochon dogs love to be around people, if it’s playing outside with a ball or even watching a movie on the couch, they are happy with any activity as long as they feel their family close. 


Poochon Grooming

Poochons are a hybrid breed that combines the Poodle and Bichon Frise coat qualities. Poochon dogs have moderate grooming needs. They need to be brushed on average 3 or 4 times every week to keep their coats away from matting or forming hair knots. Bathing them should be done once every month with dog shampoo, for no more than 10 minutes at a time. Poochons may also need, on occasion, to have their nails clipped either at home or at the professional groomer. Overgrown nails can cause discomfort, injury, and damage to the nail bed. Poochons can be prone to tear stains that are especially visible on a white coat. It is recommended to use a wipe or a damp cloth to clean their eyes regularly.  

Poochon Exercise Needs

Although not particularly active on a daily basis, Poochons have plenty of energy to spare. They like to zoom, run, and chase their favorite toys, and are fond of family trips in the great outdoors. For a Poochon adult, the ideal amount of exercise includes two daily walks of a combined half an hour and a few indoor games to keep them both physically and mentally stimulated.  

Poochon Health

The Poochon is a beautiful, healthy dog that enjoys very good health. As a hybrid of two purebred dogs, the Poochon puppy is enhanced with natural hybrid vigor. Some of the health issues that their parents might suffer from patellar luxation are uncommon in the Poochon breed. These dogs may be prone to the same common issues that affect all dogs. Among these are ear infections, dental problems, cataracts, and obesity if overly fed. 

Poochon Lifespan

Poochon puppies are very similar to the Mini/Toy Poodle or the Bichon Frise breeds in terms of lifespan. They have a life expectancy of 12-15 years. The oldest Poochon dog on record lived to be 19 years old, while the oldest Poodle lived to the amazing age of 20 years old. If you raise, feed, and exercise your Poochon puppy properly, they can live well past their 15-year life expectancy. 

Poochon Training

The Poochon is an intelligent dog with an agile mind. They are great at picking up tricks and love mental stimulation. Poochon puppies enjoy reward-based training and they are obedient, friendly, and easy to train. They respond well to positive reinforcement and can be leash-trained with ease. Full-grown Poochon puppies are easygoing and will be obedient as long as you make sure to reward them while training them. These dogs enjoy exploring new places and meeting new people. Socialization is a must when training any young puppy. For Poochon puppies, this is best done in a quiet area with low distractions. 

Poochon dogs are very attached to their families and can sometimes experience separation anxiety and become anxious when left alone for long periods of time. It is best to provide training lessons that will allow them to develop a more independent nature.  


Poochon puppies are a new designer breed that was designed for pet owners who want a small dog with hypoallergenic qualities and fashionable looks. The Poochon dog is the result of breeding a purebred Mini/Toy Poodle and a purebred Bichon Frise. 

There are different generations of Poochons, all bred for specific traits. The first generation is called an F1 Poochon and is a mix of purebred Poodles and Bichons. The F1 enjoys hybrid vigor and a fantastic blend of looks. The F1B Poochon has an F1 Poochon parent and a purebred Mini/Toy Poodle parent. This generation has more features from its Poodle parent than it does from the Bichon.  

Because the Poochon is new in the world of Doodles, it doesn’t have much history yet. The Poodle and Bichon parents can tell us everything we need to know about the new mix. 

The Poodle is one of the most ancient dog breeds in the world, with a versatile and long history. For centuries, they have been hunters and retrievers, soldiers, therapy dogs, circus performers, champions in show rings, and beloved companion pets. They are often shown in show rings and are popular, beloved pets to this day. These curly, beautiful dogs are one of the smartest breeds in the world. They are also a top choice for allergy-suffering owners as they are unlikely to cause allergic reactions in humans.  

Bichons are one of the most popular pets in the world. They have an affectionate nature and a cheerful disposition, but there is more to them than meets the eye. Their beauty and joyful personalities, although remarkable on their own, are not what they are popular for. Bichons have been employed as circus performers throughout history. They have always been quick to impress with their agile mindset and remarkable ability to learn.  They've been a favorite at royal courts in Europe for centuries, and when they were brought over to America, they became even more popular thanks to their many qualities. This tiny dog's ever-smiling demeanor and affectionate, playful nature make him a joy to be around.  Bichons originated in Tenerife, Spain during the 14th century.