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Key Questions to Ask You now know the things to discuss with a breeder, but there are also questions you should discuss with shelter or rescue group staff or volunteers before you bring home a pup. Shedding It is said that a Poodle does not shed. Many people are surprised to find out that she's a Poodle.

Fortunately this is very easy to do with Poodles. Just like human hair, it grows and some hairs do fall out. Ear infections are not uncommon due to the long narrow ear canals and profuse hair in the ear canals. The ears should fold over close to the head, set at, or slightly below, eye level. In the Poodle's case, it's the amount of clipping they require.

With grooming, finishing spray is used during brushing and combing when no oil is desired on the Poodle's coat. Keep in mind that the inheritance of temperament is less predictable than the inheritance of physical traits such as size or shedding. The Poodle Club of America is a good place to start your search for a responsible breeder. The poodle's endearingly doleful eyes rank high among their most defining physical traits.

Over time, this pressure can cause partial or complete blindness. Blood-clotting diseases von Willebrand's, hemophilia A, and thrombocytopenia occur in Standard Poodles.

The Poodle, s painting of the traditional poodle Size variants The poodle has been bred in at least three sizes, including Standard, Miniature, and Toy. Poodles have a single, dense coat of curled hair. First, ignore the silly show-ring clips. Other eye diseases are corneal ulcers, eyelash abnormalities, retinal dysplasia, and glaucoma. Even Poodles who love everyone will bark when they see or hear something unusual.

Shedding It is said thatKey Questions to Ask