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Reasons Why Royal Poodles Are Intelligent

By Cathy Mercer

Although their names may suggest otherwise, royal poodles are not in actual sense poodles raised in royalties. There is a standard category, which is the one that these fall into, and is the largest in the category. They were originally found in Germany. In the early days they could only be found in three major categories with the largest breed being the standard poodles. The next one was the miniature poodles. These are slightly largest than the toy poodles which are the smallest, and slightly smaller than the already mentioned standard poodles.

These dogs have some characteristics that are only common with them. First, is about their length, which can be measured from their bone rump area to the breast bone area. It is only natural that their length be the same as that of their height. Their height is not hard to determine as it is measured from the highest point of their shoulders all the way to the ground.

They also have unique features on their eyes as well as ears. The eyes are dark in colour. They look as though they are very intelligent dogs, of which it is not a lie either. They have ears that grow to fall over close to the eye level. These ears are also very broad which is a feature that enhances alertness.

They have a curly coat texture. These are usually solid coloured or on the other hand they could be parti coloured. For the solid coloured ones, they come in a variety of white, which are the most common, black which look very sleek, grey and brown among others. For the parti coloured ones, they could have a mixture of say white and black. Any of the named colours could be combined. These colours also determine what colour their noses will have. An example is the brown ones that have their noses liver coloured. Their eyes and rims take this colour too.

This breed of dogs have shown so much intelligence. That is the reason why most people take them for competitions. They can easily be instructed to do something and they just do it. Before the competitions, their owners have to train them. It is not very difficult to train them since they get everything so fast. Their only part is to follow what instructions that thy are given. It gets easier since they can identify their trainers.

They are very nice pets. Their soft coat makes people just fall in love with touching them. This soothes the two parties involved. Their playful nature also explains the reason why most people use them as pets. They do not grow up in kennels like the other dogs but rather are par of the human family. It is only wise that they are registered to a kennel corporation.

These dogs are however dangerous in that they can cause allergic reactions. They have a tendency of shedding their fur. Individuals who are sensitive to this could have serious allergies. It is also common for them to pour saliva and also dander. These fall onto the floor or the house furniture.

Royal poodles could also be attacked with some diseases. They could be attacked one, by epilepsy. Ear infections are very common with them too. This is caused by excessive growth of the fur into the ears. They cause infections through their attraction of dust and wax

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