For the most part, a Brown Poodle is like any other Poodle in terms of personality. This is because the genes that give this variation its beautiful coat have absolutely no effect on the temperament traits that the Brown Poos will have.
However, the size differences may have an effect on the Brown Poodle’s personality. Larger varieties like the Standard Poodle tend to be more aloof and independent while Miniature and Toy Brown Poodles are more cuddly, affectionate, and social.
Here are a few more of the personality traits that you can expect from a Brown Poodle.
According to Stanley Coren’s “The Intelligence of Dogs”, Poodles are the second most intelligent of all dog breeds. Brown Poodles are therefore smart dogs that are generally very easy to train.
In addition to being intelligent, Brown Poodles are also typically eager to please and very obedient. This makes them easy for even first time dog owners to live with and train the pooches.
Brown Poodles are very loyal dogs. They tend to form very strong bonds with the human companions that they spend a lot of time with. Their faithfulness towards their owners make them particularly awesome to keep as companion dogs as well as guard dogs.
Brown Poodles were historically used as hunting dogs. Their sharp senses and alertness made them fantastic at their job. This alert nature and awareness of their environment persists to date and is one of the most prominent personality traits of Brown Poodles.
If you are in the market for a lively and outdoorsy dog, the Brown Poodle would be a great fit. Whether it is a standard, miniature, or toy variety, this pooch will always be happiest outdoors running about and just having a good time.
This is why physical exercise on a regular basis is so important for them.