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Though its direct origin is questionable, it was the French that first bred its different types. Originally used as an aid for duck hunters, the Poodle has become a circus performer, pudel miniatur frequent dog show winner, a guide dog, and a loving pet. Vital Stats Breed Group: Companion Dogs Height: 13 to 15 inches Weight: 15 to 17 pounds Lifespan: 13 to 15 years Physical Characteristics Originating from the working retriever breed, the Poodle’s body type is a reflection of its athletic root.
The square-proportioned Poodle has a graceful appearance and a proud carriage. Its gait is springy, effortless, and light. The coat is dense, curly, and harsh; if corded, it hangs tight. Traditionally the clips (or hair styles) were used for ornamental pudel miniatur functional purposes. Puppy, Continental, English saddle, and sporting are the types of acceptable clips for Show Poodles. Personality and Temperament This sensitive dog tends to be dedicated to pudel miniatur single person, and, initially, is shy with strangers.
Some bark a lot. In general, they are good with dogs, other pets, and children. The lively, playful, and amiable Miniature Poodle is smart, responsive, eager to please, and obedient -- making it one of the most popular dogs today. Care Poodles pudel miniatur a lot of socialization and interaction with humans, as well as physical and mental exercise. A short and challenging play or obedience session, in addition to a walk, is required everyday, although, poodles should not be allowed to live outdoors.
Standard Poodles require more physical activities (e.g., they love swimming). Show Poodles require daily hair brushing, however those with shorter coats need only a weekly brushing. During shedding, a poodle’s hair does not fall, but instead gets trapped in the adjoining hair, causing matting.
Therefore, it should be removed at all costs. This can be done by taking the poodle for a pet clip (or haircut), which can be done once every four to six weeks. Health The Miniature Poodle has a lifespan of 13 to 15 years and may be prone to minor problems like trichiasis, entropion, distichiasis, cataract, glaucoma, lacrimal duct atresia and major concerns such as progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), epilepsy, Legg Perthes disease, and patellar luxation.
Urinary stones are sometimes seen in this breed. Eye, knee, and hip tests are advised for Miniature Pudel miniatur, as are DNA tests, which can identify PRA and von Willebrand's Disease (vWD). History and Background The earliest ancestors of the Poodle were said to be curly-coated dogs of central Asia, but it is also identified with France.
Many rough-coated water dogs are also associated with the dog’s ancestry. The earliest dog breed of this group was the Barbet, a type of curly-coated dog, which was seen in Hungary, France, and Russia. However, the German strain of the dog exerted maximum influence on the Poodle we know today. The German word pudel, meaning to pudel miniatur or puddle, is the source for the Poodle’s name and reflects its water abilities. In France, the dog was also named chien canard or caniche, indicating its duck-hunting qualities.
Therefore, from its water and herding roots, it became an excellent water-hunting companion. It was also used as a guide dog, guard dog, military dog, circus performer, and wagon puller for entertainers.
Its coat was clipped to help it swim, but was left sufficiently long on the chest to keep in warm in cold water. Some believe that puffs of hair surrounding the tail tip and leg joints were meant for protection during hunting, but stronger evidence implies that it started as an adornment during the dog’s performing days. Fashionable women in France carried poodles as elegant companions, as did the French aristocracy, making it the official national dog. The typical clip of the poodle was accentuated in France, and there was a concerted effort by poodle fanciers to perfect the smaller varieties.
In the late 19th century, poodles gained access to the show ring. Some early show dogs had corded coats which had long matted or thin tresses, instead of well-brushed coats. This made the poodles look very impressive. But as a style, it was difficult to maintain and the trend ended in the early 1900s. Soon, the bouffant styles replaced it and became fashionable. However, the popularity of the Poodle waned in the United States and by the 1920s, North America hardly had any dog of this breed.
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That is one of the biggest myths in dogdom. First, ignore the silly show-ring clips. Poodles can be clipped to look like normal dogs. Look at the Miniature Poodle in the photo. That's my girl, Buffy. It takes me 30 minutes every six weeks to bathe her and run over her coat with a handheld clipper (#5 blade), turning her into a shorthaired, normal-looking dog.
Second, Miniature Poodles are miniature athletes. They excel in advanced obedience competition, where retrieving and jumping skills are required. They excel in agility (obstacle course) competition, where they dash over and under and through the obstacles with a strength and grace that is breathtaking to watch. But.this breed does come in two different builds. The correct build is "square", which means their legs are long enough that their height is approximately equal to their length.
Buffy has this build. These Miniature Poodles are both elegant and athletic, moving with a light, springy gait. Other Miniature Poodles are built lower to the ground, with short legs and a long back. These dogs have inherited a physical deformity called chondrodysplasia. It means they don't have the same elegance or agility as a properly square Miniature Poodle.
Worse still, it means they're more susceptible to disk disease (though square poodles can develop this disease, too). But whatever the build, a good Miniature Poodle is one of the smartest and most trainable of all breeds. This is a "thinking" dog who pays rapt attention to you, learns quickly, and responds well to training. Indeed, Miniature Poodles NEED some sort of mental stimulation in order to be happy, even if it's just challenging games such as hide 'n seek, or fetching a variety of named toys.
This intelligent breed should never be relegated to the backyard and ignored. Most Miniature Poodles make great watchdogs, which simply means they will bark when they hear someone at the door. Most individuals tend to be reserved (though polite and non-aggressive) with strangers. But there are also individuals – like my dog Buffy – "who never met a stranger." In other words, she considers everyone she meets to be her new best friend!
With other dogs and cats, Miniature Poodles are peaceful and accepting. Poodles also have the advantage of being the lightest-shedding, most hypoallergenic of all coated breeds.
(Hairless breeds have no hair at all to shed.) So do Miniature Poodles sound like a dream dog? Well, no breed is perfect!
Besides the frequent clipping, Poodles do need daily exercise and playtime, as they're typically lively dogs. And Poodles need a great deal of pudel miniatur throughout the day. This makes them a great choice for shut-ins pudel miniatur people who work from home. But if everyone is gone for many hours, a Poodle will be unhappy. They're dependent dogs, and if they get lonely, they may bark, or chew destructively. Poodles are also "pattern-oriented" dogs who prefer their routines to always be the same.
They can get flustered and anxious if you change things too much. Poodles are soft-tempered, sensitive dogs, sometimes hypersensitive. If you touch them unexpectedly or startle them with a sudden loud sound, they tend to flinch. The most sensitive individuals are unhappy around small children. Similarly, Miniature Poodles can get emotionally upset if there's too pudel miniatur activity or conflict or roughhousing in your household.
These gentle dogs prefer peace and harmony. You do have to watch your lines. some Miniature Poodle lines are high-strung and nervous, and this is where you'll find those neurotic Poodles that people scoff about. But how a Poodle turns out also depends on socialization and training. When taken out to experience the world and treated like an intelligent and capable dog, a Miniature Poodle is likely to live up to those expectations.
If you want a dog who. • Is conveniently-sized – neither too small or too large • Is graceful, yet also athletic • Has a short curly coat that is virtually non-shedding (the best coated breed for allergy sufferers) • Comes in a variety of colors • Is lively and playful • Is one of the brightest and most attentive of all breeds • Is easy to train and housebreak • Is usually polite with strangers and sociable with other animals A Miniature Poodle may be right for you.
If you don't want to deal with. • Clipping the curly coat every six weeks, without fail • A careful search to avoid high-strung, neurotic lines • Timidity when not socialized enough • Emotional sensitivity to stress, tension, and loud voices • Potential barking Pudel miniatur Miniature Poodle may not be right for you.
• You can avoid some negative traits by choosing an ADULT dog from an animal shelter or rescue group. With an adult dog, you can easily see what you're getting, and plenty of adult Poodles have already proven themselves not to have negative characteristics.
• If you want a puppy, you can avoid some negative traits by choosing the right breeder and the right puppy. Keep in mind that the inheritance of temperament is less predictable than the inheritance of physical traits such as size or shedding. Temperament and behavior are also shaped by raising and training. Books by Michele Welton "Respect Training for Puppies" (or "Respect Training for Adult Dogs" ) is a step by step guide to help you bring out the best in your pup so you can enjoy a calm and well-behaved dog, no matter what his age.
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More traits and characteristics of the Miniature Poodle If I was considering a Miniature Poodle, I would be most concerned about. • Avoiding neurotic temperaments. Whenever a pudel miniatur is common, pudel miniatur people breed them just to make some money, without having enough knowledge of how to produce healthy, stable dogs.
As a result, obedience instructors and behavioral consultants, like myself, see lots of Mini Poodles with neurotic behaviors, including hyperactivity, senseless barking, and hyperactivity.
Obviously you want to avoid these dogs! • Grooming. A lot of people are attracted to Poodles because they're so light-shedding and hypoallergenic.
But light shedding always comes with a trade-off. In the Poodle's case, it's the amount of clipping they require. To keep their curly coat short and free of mats, Miniature Poodles require clipping every 4 to 6 weeks. Without fail. Professional groomers will try to sculpture your poodle with a shaved face, a topknot on his head, and a pom pom on his tail.
That's the frou-frou look that keeps so many people from choosing a poodle. Now, if you like that look, fine. But if you don't like it, take control of how the groomer clips your dog. Or learn how to do it yourself – it's really easy. See photos of my girl Buffy, at the top of the page, and just below.
Short coat, whiskery face, short ears, nothing shaved, no topknot or pompoms. Many people are surprised to find out that she's a Poodle. "She looks like a normal dog," they say. Works for me! • Emotional sensitivity.
Be honest. is there tension in your home? Are people loud or emotional? Miniature Poodles are extremely sensitive to stress. They can end up literally sick to their stomachs, with digestive upsets and neurotic behaviors, if the people in their home are having family problems.
Miniature Poodles are peaceful, sensitive dogs who need a peaceful, harmonious pudel miniatur. • Providing enough socialization. Some Mini Poodles are quite friendly, but most are a little standoffish with strangers.
To avoid timidity or suspiciousness, it's important to take your dog out into the world as a young puppy and indeed all through his life. Read more about socializing your Miniature Poodle.
• Barking. Poodles are very observant. Even Poodles who love everyone pudel miniatur bark when they see or hear something unusual. In fact, they're often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound. You have to be equally quick to stop them. You can only do that if you have the right relationship with your dog, where you are the leader and he is the follower.
In other words, your Miniature Poodle must respect you. Fortunately this is very easy to do with Poodles. Read more about Miniature Poodle Training. • Health problems. Miniature Poodles can live to 15 or 16 years old, but they're not always healthy during all those years. Chronic problems in Poodles include allergies, heart or bronchial diseases, joint disorders, and eye diseases. Read more about Miniature Poodle Health. About the author: Michele Welton has over 40 years of experience as a Dog Trainer, Dog Breed Consultant, and founder of three Dog Training Centers.
An expert researcher and author of 15 books about dogs, she loves helping people choose, train, and care for their dogs. To help you train and care for your dog Dog training videos. Sometimes it's easier to train your puppy (or adult dog) when you can see the correct training techniques in action.
The problem is that most dog training videos on the internet are worthless, because they use the wrong training method. I recommend these dog training videos that are based on respect and leadership.
If you want a friendly companion dog, a Miniature Poodle dog is the best choice. They are good pets for families. However, you must supervise them if they’re around strangers or kids. Despite their cute small size, they are smart and athletic. So, you can provide them with agility training and obstacle courses. Do you want to have a Miniature Poodle in your family?
Well, you must know more about them. To help you, the following are 12 amazing facts about Miniature Poodle Dog. The personality of Miniature Poodle 1. Their Fur Doesn’t Stop in Growing One amazing fact about Miniature Poodle dogs is that their fur doesn’t stop growing. Their fur continues to grow, which means so you must provide them with regular grooming. Thus, their fur will be dreadlock like and matted without proper grooming. If you want to maintain their beautiful and healthy appearance, make them clean and well-groomed.
Good thing, this dog breed is odorless and hypoallergenic. It makes them the perfect pudel miniatur for those who suffer from allergies. 2. Miniature Poodles Are Excellent Service Dogs You may not know it, but Miniature Poodle is one of the most intelligent breeds. With this, they are considered as excellent service dogs. They are employed as assistance dogs and guide dogs for an individual with physical disabilities. If you want a cute, smart, and affectionate therapy dog, this dog breed is the best choice.
They have keen noses making them good truffle hunters. 3. They Are Active Dogs Despite Their Small Size Poodles have a history of being duck hunters. They are active dogs, regardless of their size.
Therefore, you must provide them with lots of exercise for mental and physical stimulation. It is essential to avoid them experience boredom and separation anxiety. Miniature Poodle dogs love to fetch games, long walks, jogging, and other activities.
If you want a small active dog, you can prefer this breed. They are also good water dogs so that you can add swimming to their physical activities.
4. Miniature Poodles Are Great Family Dogs Miniature Poodles are excellent family dogs. They are easy to train because of their hyper-intelligent characteristic. You can even teach them with commands that allow them to communicate with the family. They can even bring toys to their human families or even put the toys in the box after playing it. They also have good temperaments.
Miniature Poodles are happy, observant, smart, athletic, eager, and has a near-human like presence. Even though pudel miniatur are originally bred for hunting, they are loving, gentle, and don’t have a harmful bone.
If this dog recognizes the potential danger, they will protect their human families. They are not territorial, but they can react to strangers. Since they have natural hunting instincts, they are alert in watching wildlife in your yard like birds, rabbits, chipmunks, squirrels, deer, and more. Another factor why they’re good family dog is they shed less.
With that, they are easy to have in your home. They are hypoallergenic, which makes it suitable even for allergy sufferers. READ - Belgian Malinois pudel miniatur. German Shepherd: 6 Must-Know Differences 5. Mini Poodles Are Hyper-Intelligent Miniature Poodles are hyper-intelligent. They are observant with their humans and sometimes behave like us.
Since they are athletic and hyper-intelligent, you can see them in showrooms and circuses. They are easy to train by applying patience, repetition, and rewards. Since they are smart, give them mental and physical stimulation to avoid boredom and loneliness.
If you pudel miniatur want them to get trouble at home, give them regular exercise.
It can make them happy. If you want to train your Miniature Poodle, you can train them with different commands. It is said that this dog breed can learn about 400 commands. It can help them to communicate with you and your family members. You can also provide them with problem-solving tests and entertainment.
6. Miniature Poodle Health Concerns If you want a healthy best friend, Miniature Poodle is the best dog breed for you. Luckily, they only have a few health concerns. They have ten to18 years lifespans. Besides being compassionate, very smart, and calm breeds, they can also live longer with good health. However, some of the common health problems that you must monitor with your dog include: • Hip Dysplasia Just like other dog breeds, Miniature Poodles can also suffer from hip dysplasia.
If you observe that your pet stands up using only their front paws, it may suggest that they have painful hips. • Addison’s Disease If you don’t have the idea about the health history of your Miniature Poodle, you can seek help from your professional vet for running a blood test for Addison’s disease. This condition is also called as hypoadrenocorticism. It is the condition wherein the adrenal hormones’ production by the adrenal gland is not enough. Dogs that suffer from Addison‘s disease may experience gastrointestinal disturbances like poor appetite, vomiting, and lethargy.
• Cushing’s Disease Cushing’s pudel miniatur comes in 3 forms, the Non-Pituitary, Pituitary Dependent, and Cortisone. The Non-Pituitary is a condition when there is a tumor in one or both adrenal glands. Pituitary Dependent wherein a form of cancer can grow in the pituitary gland.
The Cortisone is when problems occur due to the long use of Cortisone. • Bloat Bloat is another common health problem among Miniature Poodles. It can happen if there is a gas trapped in the stomach of your pet. It can be life-threatening if the pressure is not released through surgical intervention. With this, you must immediately send your dog to your vet. • Hypothyroidism This health issue is the malfunctioning of the dog’s thyroid because of a lack of thyroid hormone production.
Hypothyroidism symptoms include excessive hunger, obesity, skin problems, excessive coarse texture of coat, irregular heat cycles, lethargy, and inability to keep warm. • Epilepsy Different factors may trigger epilepsy. Idiopathic epilepsy is among the common seizure among dogs. It can be inherited and can lead to mild or intense seizures. • Patellar Luxation Patellar Luxation is also a common disease among Poodles. It is the condition when the knee joint of your pet slides in and out of place, which makes it painful for them.
• Optic Nerve Hypoplasia This condition occurs when there is a congenital failure on the optic nerve development. It can lead to abnormal pupil response or blindness. • Progressive Retinal Atrophy This health condition is a family eye disease wherein the retina comes with gradual deterioration. It can cause your dog night-blind. With this, you must seek professional advice from your vet. Although Miniature Poodles have few health concerns, you must take responsibility to keep them healthy and happy.
Spend time with them as much as possible. 7. They Pudel miniatur Originated in Germany Some believed that Miniature Poodles are originated from France. The truth is, they originally came from Germany.
Based on the American Kennel Club, they originated in Germany and is a water retriever. READ - Pekingese Dogs Facts and Information 8. Sleep Lover Another amazing fact about the Miniature Poodle dog is that it is a sleep-lover. They love to sleep about 13 hours a day to make them feel fresh and energized. If they lack sleep, they can be mentally lazy. You must allow them to take a rest to recover from their pudel miniatur physical activities.
Don’t disturb them while sleeping, so they can renew their energy. 9. National Pudel miniatur Although this dog breed is originated in Germany, France considered it a national dog. This dog breed became popular in the 15th and 16th centuries because of Albrecht Durem, who is a German artist. 10. War Dogs You may not believe pudel miniatur, but Poodles are considered war dogs’ way back in 1942 during World War II.
They are among pudel miniatur 32 breeds that are classified by the US army as war dogs. Despite their small size, they are very competitive and athletic dogs, which are very impressive. 11. A popular breed that is mix with other dog breeds Poodles are a famous breed usually mixed with other dog breeds. Some of these popular Poodle mixes include Labradoodle (Labrador Retriever and Poodle), Cavapoo (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Poodle), ShihPoo (Shih Tzu and Poodle), Goldendoodle (Golden Retriever and Poodle), Bichon Poodle (Bichon Frise and Poodle), and more.
12. American icons owned this dog breed American icons like Elvis Presley owned Poodles. He gave it to his girlfriends as a gift or kept it as pudel miniatur. Other popular Poodle owners are Walt Disney, Elizabeth Taylor, Lucille Ball, Jackie Kennedy, Katharine Hepburn, and Marilyn Monroe. Here we go. So, that is the list of the 12 amazing facts about the Miniature Poodle Dog. Now that you know them, it is pudel miniatur essential to know how to take care of them.
With this, you can extend their lifespan and spend more with them. The following are some tips on how to take care of your Miniature Poodle dog in the best possible way. How do you take care of a miniature poodle?
Certainly, your Miniature Poodle dog is like a family member you always want to be with. With that, you must be responsible for taking care of your pet in the best possible manner.
To guide you, the following are some tips to keep your Miniature Poodle dog happy and healthy. Proper grooming Unlike other dog breeds, the fur of Miniature Poodles continues to grow. If you want to maintain the beautiful and appealing look of your pet, give them regular grooming.
The recommended brushing for their coat is about once or twice weekly if they have short hair. On the other hand, if your mini Poodle has longer hair, you must brush their hair daily. Make sure to provide your small best friend with professional grooming every six weeks.
With that, they can feel more comfortable; simultaneously, you can provide them with easy regular grooming. If there is any tangled or matted hair that can’t be brushed, you can pudel miniatur it using scissors. Regular exercise You must take note that regular exercise is essential pudel miniatur the overall health of your Miniature Poodle dog.
Lack of exercise can result in overweight. Besides, it can also make the feel bored, stressed, and lonely, causing their unwanted behavior that can cause trouble in your home. With this, you must give them regular exercise, lots of games, walks, and other physical activities for mental and physical stimulation.
It can be beneficial to prevent separation anxiety, depression, and other unwanted behavior of your pet. Proper nutrition Just like humans, Miniature Poodle dogs also need proper nutrition to keep them healthy and active. Always provide them with healthy and nutritious foods. It is also advisable to check the right amount of food they consume to keep their healthy weight. The advisable feeding for them is about 1.5 to 3 cups of top-quality dry food daily.
You can divide it into two meals. READ - Cairn Terrier Dog Facts and Infomation The miniature Poodle can have about 3/4 to 1 cup each meal. Remember not to overfeed your pet. Thus, it can lead to health problems like overweight, joint problems, and other health issues.
Socialization Miniatures are very pudel miniatur dogs, so you must often expose them to people and other dogs. There are some instances that Miniature Poodles can be shy around strangers. So, you must train them to enhance their social skills and confidence. By giving the right training, they can pudel miniatur their behavior with other people and pets.
You can expose them to humans and other pets at an early age by going to training classes or long walks. It allows them to interact and make new friends with other dogs. Regular check-ups If you wish to keep your pet healthy, give them regular check-ups. It helps you to monitor their health status.
As we mentioned earlier, even though they have few health concerns, remember that Miniature Poodles are also prone to some health problems like Addison disease, epilepsy, bloat, hip dysplasia, Cushing’s disease, and more.
With that, you must be alert about their medical condition. If you observe some health conditions with your pet, you must immediately take him or her to your professional vet. With regular check-ups, you can determine the early stage of any disease and treat it early. You can also prefer dog insurance for the protection of your dog. Shower your pet with lots of love One of the greatest gifts that you can offer to your Miniature Poodle dog is your love. They are affectionate and loving pets.
Just like people, they also need love and care. Make sure to provide them lots of love, attention, and care. It can make them feel loved, special, and appreciated. Never leave pudel miniatur dog alone because it can make them feel bored and lonely, causing them to make trouble at home.
By showing your appreciation and love, they can avoid separation anxiety and loneliness.Give them your time and attention to help them enjoy a healthy and happy lifestyle. Is Miniature Poodle a good family dog? Do you wonder if Miniature Poodle is a good family dog? The answer is simply yes. They are excellent family dogs because of their patient and friendly temperament. They also fewer shredders, making them advisable as a home pet. Since they are hypoallergenic, it can also be good for those with allergies.
Miniature Poodle is also good with kids and other pets. However, you must supervise them when they are with children. You can also teach your kids on how to approach your pet.
For example, they must not disturb your mini Poodle when sleeping or eating. The personality of Miniature Poodle Miniature Poodle is a smart but loving dog.
They are also mischievous and loyal. This dog breed loves to play because they are athletic. Make sure to give them lots of games and exercise to keep them in good shape. Meanwhile, you must also provide them with proper training to behave nicely in front of strangers and other dogs.
They love to be with their human families, so as much as possible, don’t leave your pet alone. They are easy learners, so you must teach them only good habits. Conclusion Miniature Poodles are an amazing pet that you can welcome in your family.
They are hyper-intelligent, patient, and playful. If you want a cute but active family dog, this dog breed is perfect for you. However, remember that taking a Miniature Poodle dog requires time and dedication. Improve their temperament by providing them with great training, so be patient. Are you ready to have a smart, beautiful, and hypoallergenic dog? What are you waiting for?
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If you love small dogs, then I recommend you choose between the Miniature and Toy Poodle.
But, before you do, it’s important to know the difference first. While they’re both small, there are some benefits both can bring into your home. To help you, today we’re going to compare the two side by side to understand them better.
Pin Toy Poodles have a bigger popularity in the US than their Miniature Poodle cousins What Will I Learn? • Size comparison (height and weight) • Temperament comparison • Exercise & living needs • Grooming • Lifespan comparison • Which is better for you?
Size comparison (height and weight) I get it; it might be confusing looking at both Poodle names, thinking which is the smaller breed? After all, Miniature and Toy are both small in general. To help clear up confusion, pudel miniatur compare their measurements. Breed Height Weight Toy Poodle 24-28cm / 9.5inch-11 inches 1-3kg / 4-6lbs Miniature Poodle 25-38cm / 10-15 inches 5-9kg / 12-20lbs As you can see, the Toy Poodle tends to be a lot smaller and weigh less than the Miniature Poodle.
Both breeds are great for apartment dwellers, but Toy Poodles are maybe a bit yappier than a Miniature. Temperament comparison Personality can be pudel miniatur big factor when looking to buy a dog. While the Miniature and Toy Poodle do come from the same family, there are some slight differences. Pin Toy Poodle First of all, the Toy Poodle is a fantastic breed to bring into your pudel miniatur if you have kids. They’re full of energy and love to play with kids; however, they should play with slightly older children.
Due to their small size, they can easily get hurt. However, they’re a highly intelligent breed which means they’re easy to train and learn quickly. They’re also good watchdogs; they love to bark, growl, snap and are slightly anxious around strangers.
To avoid all of this, it’s best if you socialize them from an early age. Miniature Poodle A Miniature Poodle is a breed that’s always alert and is trying to please you. They’re also a dog breed that can easily adapt to other animals in your home; they’r e generally quite peaceful. Miniature Poodles are also a confident breed that often walks around like a member of royalty. They do hold a lot of similarities to the Toy Poodle, one of which is that they love to play.
Unlike the Toy Poodle, they love to play and can play with any family member in your home. Exercise & living needs Pin If you don’t have much time on your hands, then you might want to own a Toy Poodle.
Regarding exercise, a Toy Poodle should have 60 minutes pudel miniatur exercise a day. This is often best done split into sessions through games, playtimes, and walks. On the contrary, the Miniature Poodle requires a bit more exercise, often one or two walks, and vigorous playtime each day.
This breed also requires a lot of mental stimulation like Kong toys, Tug of War, hide and seek, and more. If they don’t get enough mental stimulation, they could develop self destructive behaviors like chewing on your furniture or crying. Both types of Poodle love playing and exercising in dog parks, as long as they’re kept away from large dogs.
Grooming Poodles, in general, tend to be a hypoallergenic (a low shedding) dog breed. This means they’re less likely to trigger allergies in pet owners. There’s not much difference in the grooming requirements of a Toy Poodle or Miniature Poodle, though. Both dog breeds are renowned for their soft, thick curly coat. Their coat needs to be brushed daily to stop it from matting and causing a potential infection. Many pudel miniatur choose to take their Poodles to professional groomers to trim their coats to make things easier.
Similarly, their ears should be checked once a week to see if there’s any dirt, bacteria, or moisture is trapped inside. Pet owners should clean their ears with tissue or cotton swab. Lifespan comparison Pin Owing a Poodle is a life changing experience; they become part of your family and a member you never want to leave your side. However, just like our lives, a Miniature and Toy Poodle will eventually pass away. This is why lifespan is an important factor to look for when buying a Poodle.
On average, a Toy Poodle can live 12-15 years, whereas a Miniature Poodle can live between 13-15 years. Do note that these are just average figures and they can change slightly based on their lifestyles, such as their food, diet, exercise, health conditions, and more.
If you plan on owning either Poodle breed, you should be aware of their health problems to allow them to live as long as possible. Toy Poodle The Toy Poodle can have the following health problems: • Epilepsy: As mentioned above, it’s a condition that can cause seizures, and lifelong medication is needed. • Ear infections • Addison’s disease: This is a rare disorder where a Toy Poodle’s adrenal glands do not produce enough cortisol or aldosterone. • Heart disorders It’s not always guaranteed that these dogs will face such health problems, but to rule out, you should always take them for veterinary checkups twice a year.
Miniature Poodle The Miniature Poodle may have the following health problems: • Cataracts: A cloud-like film develops in front of the Miniatures eyes, causing vision difficulties and blindness.
Treatment is normally required, which is surgery. • Diabetes: A condition where a Miniature Poodle’s pancreas can overproduce insulin or produce too little. Treatment usually involves daily insulin injections. • Epilepsy: This is a neurological condition that occurs in dogs that causes seizures. Treatment normally involves lifelong medication. If you want to read more about the health of the Miniature Poodle, make sure you check out our more in depth article.
Which is better for you? Regarding the two different types of Poodle, it can be a subjective topic on which is better. Both breeds require the same amount of grooming and exercise. There are slight differences in their temperament; the Toy Poodle tends to be better with older kids and has guard dog tendencies.
At the same time, a Miniature Poodle is great with humans of all ages. They do have a slight independent attitude acting like royalty. Finally, in terms of health problems, they’re slightly similar; they don’t have too many. Ultimately, I can’t tell you which type of Poodle breed is better. To get an idea for yourself, you might want to consider adopting a breed for the weekend to see how it fits in with your lifestyle. You could also visit a breeder to see them in person, to see which one you’re drawn to the most.
• OH (176) Apply OH filter • PA (127) Apply PA filter • IN (33) Apply IN filter • MD (29) Apply MD filter • IL (11) Apply IL filter • KY (10) Apply KY filter • VA (5) Apply VA filter • NY (4) Apply NY filter • DE (3) Apply DE filter • GA (3) Apply GA filter • N/A (2) Apply N/A filter • MI (1) Apply MI filter • TN (1) Apply TN filter Breed Dog Group: Non-Sporting Size: 13-23 inches tall, 12-20 lbs Lifespan: 10-18 years Energy Level: High Coat: Short, soft, and curly Shedding: Light Hypoallergenic: Yes History: The Miniature Poodle is a breed with an extensive history, and it's been used for centuries to hunt waterfowl.
No one is entirely certain where these dogs originated, but many believe that the breed pudel miniatur in Germany during the 1500s. The Miniature Poodle is likely a result of crosses between several types of European water dogs, and gradually developed into its own distinct breed.
It is believed that the Standard Poodle is the oldest of the Poodle variations, and the Miniature Poodle was likely bred down from the Standard. The Miniature Poodle's popularity began to grow significantly during the late 1800s, and it was recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1886. Despite variations in size, the Standard Poodle, Miniature Poodle, and Toy Pudel miniatur are all judged in the same category.
Temperament: Miniature Poodles are loving, loyal, and playful dogs that make great companions. They enjoy being around people and other dogs, and they love to be the center of attention.
Miniature Poodles are among the smartest of dog breeds, so don't be pudel miniatur if your Mini Poodle attempts to outsmart you! Despite their occasional stubbornness, Miniature Poodles are highly trainable and obedient.
Pudel miniatur love to please and are quick learners, so they're a good choice for novice dog owners. These dogs love having a job to do, and can easily be trained to perform a variety of tasks like fetching the newspaper. Miniature Poodles are energetic, but are even-tempered when kept busy and given enough physical and mental exercise. Miniature Poodles stand under 15" as is the breed standard. These intelligent water retrievers earned the name Pudelhund or Caniche. French Poodles now serve as companions, guide dogs and circus performers.
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They often move with a light, springy, effortless stride. The Poodle breed stems from working retriever origins, and their build reflects their athletic background. Their coat is curly and dense, forming a water resistant barrier.Â Poodle often appear active, intelligent, and elegant.
They have a proud bearing and air of distinction. Ready to see what dogs fit you best? Take our short quiz to find out! Breed Traits Although the Poodle is most often identified with France, their earliest ancestors pudel miniatur probably curly-coated dogs from central Asia that assisted with herding and followed many routes into various parts of Europe.
Interwoven in their ancestry are also several rough-coated water dogs. Perhaps the earliest incarnation of the Poodle was the Barbet, a curly-coated dog found in France, Russia, Hungary, and elsewhere.
It is the German version, however, that exerted most influence on the modern Poodle.
In fact, the word pudel miniatur comes from the German word pfudel, meaning puddle or â€œto splash,â€ probably reflecting the dogâ€™s water abilities. In France, they were known as caniche or chien canard, both referring to their duck-hunting abilities. The Poodle was also drawn into service as a military dog or guide dog. Their coat was shorn close to facilitate swimming, but left slightly longer on the chest for warmth in cold water. Although some believe the puffs of hair around the leg joints and tail tip were for protection, other evidence suggests that they arose as decoration during the Poodleâ€™s performing days.
The Poodle found favor as an elegant companion for fashionable ladies. They became favored by French aristocracy and eventually became the national dog of France. Poodles began to find more popularity in the late 1800s. Some of the early Poodles were shown in corded coats, in which the hair is allowed to mat in long thin tresses rather than be brushed out.
While eye-catching, the upkeep was difficult, and the trend died out by the early 1900s, being replaced by the bouffant styles. At the same time Poodle popularity in America waned, so that, by the late 1920s, Poodles had almost died pudel miniatur in North America.
In the 1930s, the breed staged a comeback that eventually placed it as the most popular dog in America for decades. The Miniature Poodle is often lively, amiable, playful, eager to please, responsive, smart, and obedientâ€”small wonder that they have remained one of the most popular varieties of dog for so long. They are often sensitive, tending to be devoted to one person, and initially reserved with strangers. They can be good with children, other pets, and dogs. Some tend to bark a lot.
All Poodles need a lot of interaction with people. They also pudel miniatur mental and physical exercise. A brief but challenging agility or play session, combined with a walk, should be part of every Poodleâ€™s day.
Standard Poodles will need more exercise and may especially enjoy swimming. They should preferably be brushed every other day or weekly for shorter coats. Poodle hair, when shed, does not fall out but becomes caught in the surrounding hair, which can cause matting if not removed.