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Hello! This is Akasha. She is 10 weeks. She is a poogle (poodle/beagle). Im just wondering if there’s any way to determine how long her coat will be when she’s grown? Any input would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks so much :)
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Most Poodle crosses I have seen are from longer coated dogs like Golden Retrievers, Australian Shepherds, even Bernese so they have coats that just keep growing and usually need to be clipped as they do not shed or if they do it is minimal compared to their other breed. Not sure if one parent is short coated like a Beagle, maybe someone else can give you a better answer than me.
 

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Our Franklin is a mix of shedding and non-shedding breeds and what we have is a dog that sheds (sometimes with a vengeance) and still needs to be clipped, though not as often as a non-shedding breed typically would.

He is a great dog, but his grooming needs are the worst of two worlds.
 

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Longer than a Beagle and probably shorter than a Poodle. Depending on which gene she inherited, she may shed like a Beagle, may need to be clipped regularly, and will need to be brushed and combed often.

She's cute.
 

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I hope you don’t mind me asking but I can’t seem to find as much info as I wanted on a poogle! We’re looking at getting one but I’m a bit worried about the smell. I know beagles are known to give off quite a strong doggy smell but do you find this the same with your poogle? Thank you
 

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I'm afraid the original poster hasn't been back to these forums in over a year. I'm closing this to further replies to avoid confusion, but please feel free to start a new thread about your pup and our currently active members will try to help however we can!
 
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