Miniature Poodle

Well-proportioned and squarely built, the Miniature Poodle lies between the larger Standard and the tiny Toy in size. This intelligent breed has a sporty disposition, and is easy to train.

History of Miniature Poodle

Poodles probably derive from the Pudel, an old German water-dog.

Remark

From the late 1940s to the 1960s, the Miniature Poodle was the most popular dog breed in the world.

Other names of  Miniature Poodle: Barbone, Caniche.

Identification keys of Miniature Poodle

  • long, wide ears
  • strong neck
  • thick, harsh-textured coat
  • straight forelegs
  • long, straight muzzle
  • muscular hindlegs
  • small, oval-shaped feet

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