Excerpt from the Book:“It cannot be stressed enough how much the Poodle enjoys being near people. This is not a dog to share your life with if you aren’t willing to actually share your life. While the Poodle is still a dog, that doesn’t mean thatMoreExcerpt from the Book:“It cannot be stressed enough how much the Poodle enjoys being near people. This is not a dog to share your life with if you aren’t willing to actually share your life.
While the Poodle is still a dog, that doesn’t mean that your Poodle will know that. A Poodle wants to accompany you as much as you will allow. This breed was bred for centuries to be near its owner and will not be satisfied unless this need is met.
The Poodle is absolutely not a backyard dog and is as close to a human as you can get in a dog. This is a breed that will wish to interact with you on a level- if you’ve had a dog of a different breed before, you have probably never experienced this level of devotion.”Highlights:The toy, mini and standard PoodleTriple threat: intelligence, loyalty and sense of humorTesting for personalityPurebred or designer hybrid?Poodle-proofing your homeWelcome to the world of Poodle groomingAnd much more!Includes:1.History and Original Purpose of the Poodle2.Characteristics of the Toy, Mini and Standard Poodle3.Breed-Specific Quirks4.Choosing the Right Poodle5.Breeder vs.
Adoption6.Mixed Breeds and Designer Mutts7.Living With Your Poodle8.House, Obedience and Leash Training9.The Art of Poodle Grooming10.Common Health ConcernsAbout the Author:Dr. Laci Schaible is a traditional veterinarian turned pet health advocate, writer and digital media expert. She is the co-founder of VetLIVE.com and writes for numerous veterinary and pet publications. Dr. Schaible lives in Florida with her husband, also a veterinarian, their two cats and a too-smart-for-his-own-good Standard Poodle.