Poodle (Standard)

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Poodle (Standard)

Introducing the Standard Poodle. A sophisticated breed who’s not only dignified but has an air of confidence, too. When you think of intelligent dogs, they come directly to mind. This proud pup is very family-oriented and loyal to its owners, and ever-so-loving and friendly. They also possess a playful yet comical personality with an adventurous spirit.

  • Make great therapy, service, and emotional support dogs
  • Obedient, intelligent, eager to please, and easy to train
  • A great family dog who’s playful and full of personality

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How long do Standard Poodles live?

On average, a Standard Poodle can live somewhere between 12 to 15 years of age.

How big do Standard Poodles get?

Standard Poodles are considered to be medium to large size and can grow as tall as 18 to 24 inches in height.

How much does a Standard Poodle weigh?

The Standard Poodle weight ranges anywhere from 50 to 70 pounds.

Are Standard Poodles aggressive?

Poodles aren’t naturally aggressive, but they can exhibit some aggressive behavior if they’re fearful or anxious in any way, or if they’re feeling territorial, dominant, threatened, or protective. The key here is proper socialization and training, as early on as possible.

Do Standard Poodles shed?

All dogs shed, but the degrees at which they do is what’s important. Standard Poodles are one of the lowest-shedding breeds, and when they do shed, they’re known to shed once every couple of weeks, making them a great breed for allergy sufferers.

Are Standard Poodles hypoallergenic?

Like their Poodle counterparts, Standard Poodles don’t shed as much as other breeds. This helps when it comes to producing a lot of dander which is why people become allergic to dogs. It’s not the hair per se, it’s the actual dander or dead skin that they shed that is allergy-causing. Because of the Poodle’s coat, and that they’re low-shedding, they’re considered hypoallergenic dogs

Are Standard Poodles good family dogs?

Standard Poodles love kids and make great family pets. This is a protective, sensitive, and loving breed. They aim to please their owners and will be sure to bond with everyone. They’re easy to train because of their intelligence and will take on any task you give them.

How much should a Standard Poodle eat?

An adult Standard Poodle should eat twice a day, and with anywhere from 1.5 to 3 cups of food, whereas a Standard Poodle puppy should have around two cups of food per day. Remember to consult your veterinarian for the proper nutrition for your particular pet.

Are Standard Poodles good with cats?

This boils down to proper training and socialization, in addition to both pets. Because of their mellow demeanor, a Standard Poodle possesses the type of temperament that can handle a feline companion. This is contingent upon the aforementioned, in addition to, having daily playtime, walks, and exercise.

Can Standard Poodles swim?

This breed loves the water! Originally, Poodles were bred as water retrievers, making them good swimmers. They also have a reputation for being one of the best out of all the canine breeds.

Do Standard Poodles make good guard dogs?

To answer simply, no. In general, Standard Poodles lack the aggressiveness needed to attack, and although they can display some aggressive behaviors, overall, it’s not in their nature to do so. Maybe with some training, they can. One thing they can do, and because of their protective instincts, they do, however, make very good watchdogs.

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