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Big Curly Hair Dog: The Top Curly Breeds

Big Curly Hair Dog: The Top Curly Breeds

Are you looking for a big curly hair dog? Well, we might be able to help you! We made a list of the most popular big curly hair dogs out there so that every dog lover can find his new fur baby.

Here are our favorite dog breeds with big curly hair in no particular order.


The Cockapoo is actually not a breed, but a designer dog. In fact, the Cockapoo is probably the first designer dog ever developed! But where can you find Cockapoo puppies for sale and what should you consider before buying?

Let us first say that these dogs definitely make great pets. This is because the Cockapoo is a mix between the Cocker Spaniel and the Poodle. Both of which are very smart, intelligent, and loyal.

This means that the Cockapoo is completely people-oriented! The best part about them is that they are, just like the parent breeds, very intelligent and unbelievably easy to train!


Have you heard about Schnoodle puppies? This popular hybrid dog breed is a cross between the Poodle and the Schnauzer.

The Schnoodle, thanks to the many different sizes they come in, makes an amazing lap dog, family dog, and even therapy dog.

The Schnoodle is a dog to whish for! They are very cheerful, intelligent and loyal. In fact, they are such bundles of joy that they’re described as the “forever happy” designer dog!

There’s nothing they would rather do than play with their family, cuddle and just spend time with their favorite people! This breed was simply bred to be a companion dog.

The Schnoodle got the best characteristics of both its parents. They are loyal like the Schnauzer and fun-loving like the Poodle.


Poodle is one of the most intelligent dogs in the world. Their intelligence and cleverness will often surprise you and blow you away. Poodle is also a loyal, playful, and friendly dog that loves human company and is eager to please.

Early socialization and exposure to new people, dogs, animals, and situations is crucial if you want to own a confident, well-rounded dog.

Poodles are extremely intelligent dogs and they can get bored quickly. Therefore, make sure you frequently add new toys, and new things to play sessions to make them more interesting.

Bichon Frise

If you look for a great family dog, there is one name that stands above the others – Bichon Frise. These small dogs have just about every quality you want in a good family dog. Bichon Frises are small, so they don’t need much space, they are smart and easy to train, they don’t shed much, so they are good for people with allergies. On top of all this, Bichons are extremely good-looking dogs and they have great personalities and temperament. If these qualities don’t make a perfect family dog, then I don’t know what will.

Bichon Frise is a happy, curious, playful, and cheerful dog that loves attention. One of the cons of Bichons is that they hate being alone and will often suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for a considerable period. Therefore, if you are away from home for longer periods of the day, Bichon Frise is not a dog for you.

As always, early socialization and exposure to different situations, sounds, people, dogs, and other animals are crucial for the proper development of your dog.


Labradoodles are very friendly and social dogs. However, they are also very energetic and can knock smaller people over when they are excited. That’s why it’s so important to train them properly.

They are great as guide and family dogs, however they aren’t the best choice for a watchdog.

Labradoodles are full of energy and are at their happiest while running or playing outside. That’s why daily long walks are needed. While they are very adaptable, a home with a big back yard would be ideal.

These dogs are highly intelligent and love to use their brain while exercising or training. Thats why playing fetch or agility training is perfect for them.

My name is Katy and I am 27. I love to travel and you would be surprised how good I am at karaoke. 🙂 Passionate dog lover and a "mother" to a beautiful toy puddle named Zara. I work as a volunteer in a local shelter and I am a veterinary assistant helping our four-legged friends every day.