May 28, 2018
Poodles are intelligent and vibrant dogs, no matter which size you get!
Owners across the world concur constantly. Take a look at these 25 fabulous tips and facts about them.
Theirs Smarts and Behavior
- Poodles are second to the Border Collie, with their intelligence.
- Poodles are highly intelligent which makes them highly easy to train.
- When you bring home your Poodles for sale, sign them up for obedience training as soon as possible. This keeps them from being bored and destructive!
- They may be picture perfect, but they have some less than attractive habits. Poodles are notorious for nipping at heels – yep little ankle biters!
- Miniature Poodles and Toy Poodles are mischievous than Standards.
- Poodles go through an rather hyper stage from ages 8 weeks to 1 year.
Coats and Grooming
- Once the Poodle puppies for sale that you’ve purchased are in your home, you want to be sure to bathe your Poodle once every 3 weeks. This allows time for the natural body oils to nourish the hair and skin, but not clog their pores.
- To avoid tear stains, in particular with lighter colored Poodles for sale, gently wipe their faces daily with a washcloth and warm water or specially designed pet wipes.
- Like some humans, female Poodles can sometimes experience hair loss due to hormonal changes associated with having puppies.
- The AKC hairstyle (or clip) for showing Poodles for sale is the “Lion Trim” and it comes in 4 variations: the Puppy Clip, the Continental Clip, the Modified Continental Clip, and the English Saddle.
- There are other clip variations not recognized for showing that include the: Kennel Clip, Lamb Clip, Bikini Clip, Poodle Scandinavian Clip, Dutch Clip, and the Sporting Clip.
Build and Size
- The Poodle has an elegant build with a long and straight muzzle.
- The ear type in Poodles is flat and hangs close to the head.
- A Poodle’s walk is described as light and springy.
- While your Poodles are known to be hypoallergenic, ironically over 20% of them suffer from allergies.
- Contact, food, inhalants, fleas, and bacterial are what can trigger allergies in your Poodle.