The Poodle is one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States. There are many Poodle owners in the United States. Many Poodles live with their own family. A Poodle is a highly intelligent dog that is highly trainable. The Poodle can be very good with children but like most dogs they can become jealous if they see another dog in your home. Poodles are very loyal to his or her owner and very trainable.
The average height of a Poodle is ten inches but Poodles sometimes can be up to fifteen inches in height. The Poodle’s body is long with a round head, wide ears, and a tail that is long like a serpent. The legs and feet are short and round with high arches. A Poodle’s teeth are very small in size with a row of very well-developed points at the end of each tooth.
The life expectancy for the Poodle is between nine and eleven years. The Poodle is a healthy breed that rarely suffer from health problems. Poodles shed less than most other dogs and they do not have any problems with matting. Poodles are excellent watchdogs because of their gentleness and affectionate nature.