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Along with the Border collies, poodles are one of the easiest dog breeds to train, with immense capacity and drive to learn. Unsurprisingly, poodles are popular in circus performance over the centuries, and toy poodles are no exception.
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Opting for smaller dog breeds is becoming a trend especially among city dwellers. The Kennel Club Secretary Caroline Kisko reminded people not to make the mistake of “thinking small breeds require less exercise and stimulation.”
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Toy poodles are known to be great companions amongst dog owners. They have particular traits that make them ideal pets, such as being incredible watchdogs, easy to train, intelligent, hypoallergenic, playful, etc. Toy Poodles live for a long time as well.
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Contrary to the old toy poodle stereotype where they are called “cissy dogs”, toy poodles are actually brilliant pooches with a strong character. This dog breed is considered as one of the smartest dog breeds and also highly athletic. These toy poodle facts will show you how fascinating and capable these dogs are.