The breed of dogs Australian Kelpie originated from Australia, forgive the obviousness and tautology. This happened when, in the middle of the 19th century, black collies were brought to the continent, which interbred with various dogs, and also, according to some sources, even with a wild dingo dog (Dingo), as evidenced by some external similarity (although in 2019, studies were carried out genome that established that there were no wild dingoes in the genus)
Officially, the Labradoodle was first shown in 1989 by Wally Conron, a breeder from sunny Australia. He brought this unique pet to the attention of the Australian Guide Dog Association. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it is a cross, obtained as a result of crossing a Labrador and a Poodle, due to which it has a special wool structure that practically does not cause allergies, and also has a great love for people and remarkable intelligence.
The ancestor of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is the toy spaniel, which was very popular in England and Europe during the 16th and 18th centuries. In later times, namely in the 19th and 20th centuries, these dogs practically disappeared, and therefore it was incredibly difficult to restore the breed. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed got its name from the monarchs Charles I and II, the grandchildren of Queen Mary.
Spoodle is popular for its good-natured nature and low shedding tendency. These dogs are human-oriented, get along well with children, they are affectionate, intelligent, inquisitive, energetic, and mobile. They need regular exercise and outdoor games. Cockapoo dogs can be black, beige, fawn, red, chestnut, apricot, light, or dark brown with dark tan, cream, white, silver, or a combination of several colors.