This designer breed is a cross between an Irish Setter or English Setter and a Poodle. With the background of both breeds coming together you can expect a puppy that is extremely trainable, fond of water, capable of hunting, loves to play, and has an excellent temperament with children, dogs, and other animals. A great addition to any home!


When you breed or "cross" two different breeds (e.g., an Irish Setter and a Poodle), the mix is said to be a first-generation cross. This is denoted by F1. Puppies that are the result of a first-generation cross are 50% Poodle and 50% Setter. Our puppies are F1 standard-size Irish Doodles and are expected to be 45-55 pounds at full maturity. Parents are 50-55 pounds.


An F1b Irish Doodle is the 2nd generation of crossbreeding between an Irish Setter and a Poodle. The B stands for back cross, which means that an F1 (50:50) Irish Doodle has been crossed with one of the purebred parents. This results in an F1B Irish Doodle that is more hypoallergenic, non-shedding, and 75% Poodle 25% Irish Setter


Our goal is to provide you with a genetically sound, happy, healthy, and well socialized puppy with a low to non-shedding hypoallergenic coat.
Each puppy comes with:
  • One year of genetic health warranty
  • Enrichment and noise desentization
  • Health certificate from a licensed veterinarian
  • Age-appropriate deworming/vaccinations
  • Microchip
In addition, you will receive a puppy packet including information on puppy basics, a small bag of food and a blanket with mother’s scent.
*** Dew claws have NOT been removed and tails are NOT docked. As an individual and breeder, I do not believe in cosmetically altering a dog to improve appearance. I find these procedures to be painful and cruel. Docking and dew claw removal by breeders are unnecessary. These procedures should only be done when medically necessary due to injury or health concerns and by a certified veterinarian under anesthesia. Either alteration is a personal choice and can be done during the spay or neuter procedure at the appropriate time and age. Talk to your vet. ***