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Frequently Asked Questions

Poodle’s come in three sizes: Standard, Miniature, and Toy. The Standard Poodle measures over 15 inches at the shoulder and most are in the 22-27? range. The Miniature Poodle measures between 10 and 15 inches at the shoulder and most are in the 13-15? range. The Toy Poodle measures 10 inches and under at the shoulder.

Poodle’s should be brushed a minimum of once per week with regular scheduled grooming appointments have 5 to 6 weeks.

The average lifespan of a healthy Poodle is between 12 to 14 years.

Yes! In fact, they are considered one of the most intelligent dog breeds ever. They are very in tune to their human’s moods and emotions.

Not necessarily. There are many different color poodles and some even with pattern. Multicolor Poodles are just as purebred as a solid color Poodle.

No dog is truly hypoallergenic and the Poodle is no exception. Although Poodles shed very little they can still trigger an allergic reaction in some people from the fur, dander or even the saliva.

The term Moyen is the French word for medium or intermediary. It just means that these Poodles are small sized standards. In other countries, this size is considered the forth size of poodles but, in here in the United States, these dogs are recognized as standards that are simply smaller, usually between 16" and 20" tall and up to 40 lbs.

Like any breed of dog, Poodle’s can experience certain health issues, however this breed is known for living long and healthy lives. Common health concerns arise as a dog begins to age, and common ailments for a Poodle include hip dysplasia, epilepsy, and hypothyroidism. Keep in mind that their size can make a big difference in health issues. Toys and Miniatures are at greater risk for joint-related issues. Standard poodles, however, are more likely to experience bloat, or GDV, a big-dog health concern.

Poodles are highly recognized for their intelligence and ease of training. They are active, energetic and fun-loving dogs that thrive on attention and are always eager to play. They will live long happy lives as long as they are given plenty of exercise and stimulation. They get along great with children and other pets and make excellent companions and family dogs. They are also great sportsman dogs that excel in hunting and love to swim.

The Poodle is often recognized as being a descendant of France, but they actually are of German origin. The Poodle breed became "set" in type in the 1800s, and is named from the German "pudel" meaning puddle or splash.

Lots! Many people think that the Poodle only comes in neutral tones like white, black or brown, but they actually can also come in apricot, blue, cream, gray, red, silver, and beige. They can even come in bicolor patterns.

Does the American Kennel Club (AKC) recognize the Standard Poodle?

An individual animal, bred from parents of the same breed or variety is called a purebred. This means that your purebred Poodle was bred by parents that are also both purebred Poodles. In addition, the puppy’s grandparents, great-grandparents, etc. would also be purebred Poodles.

Today it is just a style. Years ago when these dog were bred and used for working dogs, they would cut the hair on the Poodle's hindquarters, making it easier for them to swim. A Poodle’s coat is very heavy when it is wet. The Poodle's hair around its lungs and heart remained long to provide protection from cold weather.

Yes, very much so. Poodle’s love to be in the company of others and they prefer the company of people over other dogs. This doesn’t mean that they don’t get along with other dogs- in fact they get along with other animals very well.

REVIEWS

POODLE


Date: 2/19/2018
Name: Jackson (aka Ziggy)
Breed: Poodle
Client: Areca Hoskin
Loc: South Chesterfield, VA

We could not be happier to add Jackson to our family. He is the sweetest, smartest, little pup I’ve ever met and I’m so glad to have adopted him. Thank you PremierPups ??

Date: 1/24/2020
Name: Freddie Boom Boom AKA Zak
Breed: Poodle
Client: Christine Hickey
Loc: Harborcreek, PA

Freddie is our first dog and we don't know why we waited so long to get one. He has brought such joy and fun to the home. He's a stud muffin everywhere we go and all the girls love him. We know a lot of folks who say, go to the shelter and adopt. But, sometimes you just have to get the one that you want that suits your family and getting Freddie from Premier was the way to go. We aren't afraid to say it out loud that we bought him. My sister was able to hold a dog for the first time in her 50 years because of allergies. Thank you!!!

Date: 1/25/2018
Name: Olivia
Breed: Poodle
Client: Dustin & Barbara Painter
Loc: Orlando, Florida

Olivia joined our little family on August 29th,2017 at 9 weeks old! She was a surprise wedding gift from my husband, and we could not love this little pup anymore!! I was very nervous when he told me he bought the puppy online, because I'm sure anyone else would also be worried about health issues or something being wrong with the puppy. We have had Olivia for almost 5 months now and she is just the most loving, playful, and healthiest little pup! We could not be happier with choosing premier pups! The staff was very helpful, and we really appreciated them checking on our pup for the first week at her new home. They provided very detailed instructions to make the puppy's transition as smooth as possible! Thank you to everyone at premier pups!

Date: 9/15/2019
Name: Thor
Breed: Poodle
Client: Gabrielle Rodrigues
Loc: Los Angeles, CA

Absolutely in love with my pup! The process was so easy and stress free. He acclimated really well despite the long travel and the customer service was great! Ready to answer any question I had. I reccomend Premier Pups to all of my friends interesting in purchasing a puppy.

Date: 12/29/2019
Name: Muffin (formally Molina)
Breed: Poodle
Client: Deborah Williams
Loc: Chesterfield Michigan

We got Muffin this past April it has been one of the best choices we could have ever made muffin is so sweet and smart we take her everywhere with us to the beach, park, mall and store. Muffin is always ready to go she just celebrated her first Christmas with us muffin got lots of gifts and even gave some this February is her 1st birthday we are giving her a big pup pawty with friends and family. We thank premier pups so much for helping us with our journey looking for the right pup we love Muffin so much she completes the family.

Date: 10/16/2017
Name: Honey (previously Loretta)
Breed: Poodle
Client: Tiffany
Loc: Parkland,FL

Honey is the sweetest and most energetic dog ever. She loves people! Everyone falls in love with her the second they meet her. Premier Pups checked in regularly after she arrived and answered all my questions timely. Would definitely recommend Premier Pups

Date: 10/11/2019
Name: Ozzie and Philly
Breed: Poodle
Client: Jilian Gilchrist
Loc: Rupert, Idaho

I bought two poodles from premier pups. A toy and a mini. I can not say enough good things about this site! If you have any questions at all, you get answers right away. Great service. Flying them to me was a breeze and they are such great dogs. No health issues! Would recommend premier pups to anyone and everyone looking for a dog!

Date: 5/17/2020
Name: Saint (Formerly Einstein)
Breed: Poodle
Client: Taiya
Loc: Herndon, VA

Saint is beyond amusing. Like he's been in this world before but as a human. Don't give him French fries as I'm convinced he will leave me for any kind (hold the salt). He's a bit hyper. I tell myself it's because he's a puppy, he's a puppy, HE'S A PUPPY!! Overall, he's a joy to have around.

Date: 9/5/2019
Name: Olivia
Breed: Poodle
Client: Marilyn
Loc: California

My puppy Olivia is just perfect. The process with premier pups was easy and smooth. My puppy looks exactly like the pup in the picture which is a plus.

Date: 4/11/2020
Name: Murph
Breed: Poodle
Client: Jacob
Loc: Logan, WV

He is so playful and he gets right along with any other dogs. They play together all day. He’s so easy to train

BREED INFORMATION


Temperament

Alert, Cheerful, Intelligent, Lively, Loyal, Playful, Responsive

Adult Weight Toy 4-6 lbs Mini 10-12 lbs
Adult Height Toy 6-8 in Mini 12-14 in
Life Expectancy 12-15 yrs
Rating 5.0 (11 reviews)
Maintenance    
Low High
Training    
Easy Hard
Shedding    
Min Max
Adaptability    
Easy Hard
Active    
Low High

The Toy Poodle became part of English history during the 18th century as a miniature to its counterpart the Standard Poodle. These charming and naturally hypoallergenic pooches were created by breeding a petite sized Poodle, with the smallest of the small puppies from new litters. Toy Poodles may be small in size, but they are proud animals. They have a graceful posture and lots of love to give.

Appearance and Grooming

With dark oval eyes, ears that hang close to their heads and long straight muzzles these tiny pooches are well proportioned. Though the coat of a poodle does not shed, they do keep growing throughout a dog’s lifetime and therefore will need regular grooming every six to eight every week along with daily brushing to minimize tangles and knots. Though you never know what color your furry friend will be based on the litter, you can be guaranteed a mix of gorgeous colors including: apricot, black, blue, brown, cream, gray, red, silver, silver beige and white.

Temperament

These sweet and cheerful pooches, though shy at first, love to be around people. It is uncommon for these dogs to exhibit aggressive or protective behaviors, however if not properly trained or socialized at an early age they may become vocal and anxious. They are sure to adapt well to their new environments and into their hearts of their owners quickly.

Family and Companionship

In general, due to their kind and gentle nature, Poodles are great family dogs. They are protective and loving when it comes to their family. However, due to their tiny frame, Toy Poodles are not the best Poodle for children, since they are small and fragile. These household companions adapt quickly to their environment and will do well in large family homes or in small apartment settings.

Exercise

Though they are small, the Toy Poodle is an active dog that requires a daily walk and indoor play.  Dogs that do not get to go on daily walks are more likely to display behavior problems. If you have a fenced in area in your yard this is the perfect place for them to romp around, but don’t mistake this as a substitute for walking as their primal instincts still require such.

Training and Socialization

These toy size pups are remarkably intelligent and highly responsive making them one of the most trainable breeds. With patience and practice, these dogs will become well-trained and well-behaved dogs. Plenty of socialization is vital to this pup starting at a young age as it fills them with the confidence they need around people and other pets.