Moodles have a thick soft coat that can grow either curly, wavy or straight depending on the genetics inherited by each pup. They are a non-shedding breed that require low amounts of exercise and will be content in a smaller sized yard. The amount of grooming required is dependent on the type of coat each individual pup has. All coats will require some grooming and clipping, especially the non-shedding variety as it will not fall out. Dogs with a more predominantly poodle type coat also need regular brushing to prevent knotting. Moodle ears, as with all floppy eared breeds, need cleaning regularly or they may become infected. Eyes should also be cleaned daily to prevent buildup eye discharge and tear staining.
Moodles love human companionship and will be excited to spend as much time with their new families as possible. Kruizen Kennels Moodle puppies would be happy to run around the yard with children or have a lazy day inside watching movies with the family.