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Poodle lovers welcome you warmly to our website.

We are happy you found our website on the Internet and we hope you enjoy the site. We have diligently worked to put together a free website that contains a wealth of useful information on them.

Here you will find a history of the breed and the roles they have played over the centuries. Did you know that they were once employed as war dogs? You will find out why they have always been so highly regarded by their owners. This website has been designed to provide you with information on many interesting topics. 

See below for a complete list of Poodle characteristics and facts!

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The poodle is a highly respected breed of dog.

They are quite intelligent and some people describe them as being almost human.

They are very easy to train and they are very loyal and loving and make wonderful companions.

Many owners have remarked just how much happiness their poodles have given them.

There is a lot of information available on this lovable and adorable breed.

It has been a joy to present information on topics that would be of interest to others.

The Poodle, also known as the Pudel in German and the Caniche in French, is a water dog breed. The breed is classified into four sizes: Standard Poodle,  Miniature Poodle, and Toy Poodle, though the Medium Poodle is not universally recognized.

A typical Poodle is cheerful, energetic, and outgoing. Although they can be wary of strangers at first, they quickly warm up to them. 

They make poor watchdogs and guard dogs because they are not particularly territorial. When there is a clear threat, they will protect their owners and families. 

They are generally quiet, calm, and alert, and serve as a playful and perceptive companion to their owners and families.

Poodle Breed Stats

Poodle temperament is frequently described as alert, intelligent, loyal, trainable, active, and instinctive. They are very intelligent dogs who can quickly learn commands and tricks. Poodles are known to be extremely loyal and bond quickly with family members.

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Height

From 10 to over 22 inches tall at the shoulder

Weight

6 to 70 pounds

poodle-age

Age

12 – 15 years

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Origin

France, Germany

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Color

Black, White, Apricot, Cream, Sable, Black & White, Brown, Blue, Grey, Silver, Red

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Height

Intelligent, Alert, Active, Instinctual, Trainable, Faithful

You will find helpful information on what type would be most suitable for you – standard, miniature or toy. You are provided with information what to take into consideration when making a purchase.

Your poodle will give you many, many hours of company and love if you take good care of him. This section covers the matters that are needed to keep him healthy.

Without training your beautiful dog will not make a very good pet. With training he will be a joy to own. They learn quickly. They want to please their masters and you will enjoy training him.

Grooming is an important item. We will be providing many tips and tricks for grooming in this section. You can either groom them yourself or send him/her to a professional groomer. If you are planning to enter dog shows you will need to have your dog professionally groomed.

The poodle you get is the result of it’s breeding. You need to know about good breeders and bad breeders and how choose a good breeder.

In this section you will find suppliers of items such as food, baskets to sleep in, collars, toys. We will be discussing these items and will be posting reviews along with the best choices to help you shop.

This breed dearly loves to travel. Take him/her with you on your journeys. We provide information about how to travel with your dog to make it an enjoyable experience for both of you.

We love to gather news stories and other news articles on this breed. We will be providing some of the more recent stories on them. Our Poodle News Ezine will always have the latest information on news items, as well as training tips, nutrition, grooming and breeding.