Jacki is featured on pets.tv spot for Poodles. Here’s the clip…
I have read your advice on grooming and learned so much. Your experience and guidance is always clear and professionally presented.
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions.
I love your website. I began looking at your site while I was waiting for my girl to be born, and I have found it extremely informative. Poodles, standards in particular, are such a great and versatile breed but good mentoring is a definite requirement for the neophyte. Which I am.
One of the first things I learned and implemented was – and I can’t remember what you all it – laying her down on her back between my legs and getting her accustomed to being handled. What a valuable lesson. Not only is she agreeable to the grooming process, she earned her Canine Good Citizen title at 9 months old. Being handled is the hardest thing for puppies to calmly accept.
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Having a Standard Poodle as pet will surely bring extra happiness and
excitement into anyone’s life. This variety of Poodle is often
accredited for their gorgeous hair and overall appearance. But aside
from their physical attributes, Standards are also kind and loyal
pets. For this reason, one cannot go wrong choosing this furry
to them most of time; hence it’s not a good idea ignoring them because
they may easily become depressed. Another character that makes the
Standard stand out is its ability to learn quickly. Children will no doubt adore having them around since they are such
well-behaved pets Moreover, they are intelligent dogs that can adapt
well with training so you’ll be proud taking them to dog shows. We
love our Standard Poodles and so will you!
When picking a Poodle Puppy remember that the puppy who hangs in the back of the pack or seems timid when approached will be the puppy that grows to be a very sweet, mild and loving adult. These puppies will be easier puppies to get through the 6 month to 1 1/2 year stage of life as they will not be as rambunctious and as full of mischief as their more outgoing, at a young age, litter mates.