Toy Poodle Puppies For Sale | Small cross breed puppies for sale in Ohio
The Toy Poodle is sup-breed of Poodle, an extremely intelligent, loyal breed of water dogs. The lightest-shedding breed of dogs, Poodles are ideal for individuals with pet allergies, and they also excel in numerous athletic activities. Toy Poodles make great watchdogs, but are friendly toward strangers and socialize well with children and other pets. Because they are extremely intelligent and sensitive to their surroundings, Toy Poodles are not recommended for homes with high levels of tension, and may also develop separation anxiety if left alone for long periods of time.
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 (4 reviews)|
Toy Poodle puppies for sale
Toy Poodle Puppy Breed Information
Toy Poodle has its origins in Germany and its name is coming from its work as water retriever and means “splash in the water”. Toy Poodle was a popular circus dog because of its intelligence, love of performing and ability to learn tricks. It is one of the best family dog due to its personality. It is happy, friendly, with a very good sense of humor. It loves being the center of attention and it has an astonishing capacity for behaviors and tricks involving brain and agility. Toy Poodle Teacup is also intelligent, sweet, sociable, gentle, lively, loyal, devoted and loving with people, especially with its owner.
It needs special attention and it is prone to develop separation anxiety if it is left alone for long periods. It loves to play and it needs early socialization and an appropriate training. It is easy to train and to educate. Do not spoil it too much as it will need an overly lavish attention. It needs consistent training and firm guidance to respect the rules you want it to live by.
The ideal place to live in for Toy Poodle is an apartment because of its tiny size and its sensitivity.
It has a fine, curly coat that needs to be clipped regularly, about six to eight weeks. It needs to be brushed on a regular basis. If it is left untrimmed, the coat will naturally curl into cords. Trim its nails every week or two.
It is very active and energetic and it loves to play and run. That’s
Feed it with quality food, preferably dry food to avoid dental problems. Ensure you feed it correctly to avoid hypoglycemia, especially in the first weeks of life when it is most sensitive.
Toy Poodle is generally healthy, but it is prone to some health problems such as dental issues, Von Willebrand’s disease, hemophilia, epilepsy, deafness, diabetes, heart defects, digestive problems, eye problems and ear infections. It has a life expectancy of 15 years or more.
If you decided to adopt a Toy Poodle you have to know that you’ll have a great company. It will offer you