Poodle (Mini)

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Poodle (Mini)

The Miniature Poodle is an intelligent and amiable breed. Full of confidence, this small dog is so much fun to be around. Full of lively and energetic energy, they are athletic, so they are very active, and their playful nature will keep you entertained. Very loyal and eager to please, they make good companion dogs.

  • Gentle and graceful dogs who thrive in peaceful surroundings
  • Low-shedding coats make them a top pick for allergy sufferers
  • Highly intelligent and easy to train, so picks commands up easily

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How big do Miniature Poodles get?

A Mini Poodle can grow as tall as anywhere between 10 and 15 inches.

How much does a Miniature Poodle weigh?

The Miniature Poodle weight can range anywhere between 12 and 20 pounds.

When do Miniature Poodles stop growing?

Typically, a full grown Miniature Poodle occurs roughly between 7 to 12 months.

How long do Miniature Poodles live?

On average, the Miniature Poodle lifespan ranges from anywhere from 12 to 15 years.

Does Miniature Poodle shed?

Out of all the dog breeds, Mini Poodles are one of the lowest-shedding dogs around.

Are Miniature Poodles hypoallergenic?

Being one of the lowest-shedding breeds, Miniature Poodles are considered hypoallergenic dogs. Because they hardly shed, they don’t release a lot of dander. Therefore, making them a good candidate for available dogs for allergy sufferers.

How often should you bathe a Miniature Poodle?

Because of their coat, Mini Poodles should be bathed at least every two to three weeks. This helps with regenerating, and secretion of the skin, along with its natural oils.

Are Miniature Poodles aggressive?

Poodles, in general, aren’t known as an aggressive breed, but on occasion, Miniature and Toy Poodles can exhibit some dominant behavior when it comes to people and other animals. This is due to anxiety, stress, or them feeling threatened.

Do Miniature Poodles bark a lot?

Known as a vocal breed, Mini Poodles who receive the right type of training won’t bark as often in comparison to the ones who aren’t trained at all. Miniature Poodles make good watchdogs and will alert you when someone approaches your home.

Can Miniature Poodles be left alone?

Various breeds suffer from separation anxiety, and an adult Mini Poodle has a tendency to be one of those culprits. With this knowledge, you shouldn’t leave your pup any longer than 8 to 9 hours, tops!

Are Miniature Poodles easy to train?

Because they are eager to please, Mini Poodles are highly-intelligent, making them very trainable.

Are Miniature Poodles easy to potty train?

In regards to potty training your Miniature Poodle puppy, their intelligence comes in handy the same way that their overall training is effective.

Are Miniature Poodles good apartment dogs?

Miniature Poodles can be highly energetic. Knowing this trait, it’s best to exercise them for them to live comfortably in an apartment setting. This doesn’t pertain to every dog, but overall, this characteristic can be true, so it’s best to be prepared beforehand. It’s important to know that they need to be both stimulated physically, as well as mentally. An hour, to an hour and a half of exercising, is sufficient.

Are Miniature Poodles smart?

The answer is a resounding yes. Known as the second smartest dog, Poodles, or in this case, Mini Poodles, are a very intelligent breed. They pay attention, especially to their owners, and they pick up things fairly quickly.

Can Miniature Poodles swim?

Poodles, in general, are known to be good swimmers. This is due to the fact that they were water retrievers who hunted ducks. They have both a waterproof coat and webbed paws, which combined help with their swimming ability.

Do Miniature Poodles make good pets?

It’s known that Miniature Poodles have a little bit of a stubborn streak to them, but that doesn’t take away from how sensitive, loving and loyal this breed is, and you will receive the same reciprocity in return. They get along with other dogs if properly trained, but they love people first and foremost, but it should be noted that they can be a little standoffish when it comes to people they don’t know. Since they make good companions, this also means they need to be around people. They are social creatures who love attention, so be prepared to devote a lot of your time to them.

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