Like most breeds, the history of the Poodle is open for speculation. A number of historians believe that the Poodle is the result of crosses between several European water dogs, while others believe that one of the Poodle’s ancestors is the North African Barbet, that ended up in Europe through the Iberian Peninsula. There are… Read More.
As poodles are well-loved by many people around the world, it comes as no surprise that thousands of dedicated volunteers have formed local and regional rescue organizations that are devoted to placing abandoned and abused poodles in new homes. These rescue organizations are responsible for matching caring pet owners with the poodles in their custody… Read More.
The Poodle is known for being a wonderful companion for children. Not only is the breed loyal, the Poodle is also very intelligent and likes to engage in play. As with every breed, however, you should always teach your children how to approach and interact with the Poodle. Young children who are not accustomed to… Read More.
If you are nervous about potty training your Poodle, don’t be. Poodles are highly intelligent and they are known to respond very well to training. Here are five great tips to ensure the potty training process is as smooth and enjoyable as it can be: Develop a feeding routine with your Poodle. Building good habits… Read More.
Keeping your poodle’s mind and body active is key to making sure it stays happy and healthy. One of the best ways to engage your dog with mental and physical activity is to incorporate playtime in their regular schedule. Not only is play known to be good for a dog’s well being, it also helps… Read More.