How big do Wolfadoodles get? As we can learn from the Irish Wolfadoodle size chart above, the average Irish Wolfadoodle full-grown size ranges from 70 and goes up to 120 pounds. They typically have a height of 24 to 33 inches measured from the shoulder. But as with any Doodle breed, the pups can fall slightly below or above the measurements.
What’s a Wolfadoodle? F1 Irish Wolfadoodles are the combination of a purebred Irish Wolfhound and a purebred Standard Poodle. They are low to non-shedding and typically weigh between.
Why should I not buy an Irish Wolfhound? If you are looking for a long-lived breed, the Irish Wolfhound is not for you. He lives roughly 6 to 8 years and his giant size predisposes him to many health problems. Irish Wolfhounds do not make good guard dogs although their size can be a deterrent to a would-be intruder.
Do Irish Wolfhounds shed? They shed throughout the year, but not to an excessive degree. A thorough brushing once a week or so will help to remove dirt and loose hair and keep the dog looking his best. Unlike many double-coated breeds, Irish Wolfhounds don’t ‘blow out’ their coats during an annual or semi-annual shedding season.