Each dog breed is predisposed to developing certain health problems. Although standard, toy and miniature poodles are considered the same breed; the health concerns for each breed size are different. Standard poodles are prone to suffering hormonal diseases such as Addison’s disease, Cushing’s syndrome and hypothyroidism. While miniature and toy poodles have a tendency to… Read More.
Dental hygiene is an essential part of a dog’s health. Gum disease is common in dogs and it can be prevented with regular teeth cleaning. In addition to cleaning your dog’s teeth, feeding dry dog food, rawhide bones, and dental sticks, can aid in the prevention of gum disease. Brushing your dog’s teeth can be… Read More.
Let’s face it: we all know that we need to socialize our poodles, but finding the time to do so on top of our already busy lifestyles can be hard. Besides grooming appointments, vet visits, and finding the 3-year old having a tea party with the poodle as the guest of honor, what other forms… Read More.
Pardon me, poodle lovers…did you know that trimming your furry friend’s coat isn’t as hard as it looks? Since we’re used to seeing poodles on the big screen prance around in fancy, time-intensive hairstyles, some people may think that it takes oodles of time and a highly paid pet groomer to keep a poodle in… Read More.
Nutrition can be a tricky topic, especially when it comes to picking the best food for our furry friends. Let’s take a look at some of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to feeding our poodle friends. Does Breed Really Matter? Absolutely! Many breeds may have different nutritional requirements, since they have different… Read More.