Tag Poodle

Brown Poodle

A Brown Poodle is one of the officially recognized and accepted colors of the Poodle dog breed. The actual shade of brown is a dark, liver-brown tone that uniformly covers the entire coat. The brown color on these Poodles is due to a dominant gene making them very common.

Giant Poodle

The term Giant Poodle is used to refer to Poodles that are larger than the average Standard Poodle. Giant Poodles are sometimes known as Royal Poodles. Breeders usually refer to these dogs using these terms so that they can charge more for them.

Husky Poodle Mix โ€“ Your Complete Breed Guide To The Siberpoo

A Husky Poodle Mix is also called Siberpoo, Huskydoodle, Huskypoo, and Huskipoo. Siberpoo is a cross between 2 intelligent dog breeds โ€“ a sled dog Siberian Husky and a water retriever Poodle. It was presumed that the Huskypoo was developed during the 1990s to combine the low shedding characteristic of a Poodle into a Siberian Huskyโ€™s seasonal blowing of coat.

Red Poodle

What exactly is a Red Poodle? A Red Poodle is a purebred Poodle whose coat has a reddish-brown coloration, caused by reddish yellow pigments, called Pheomelanin, in the skin and hair. Red Poodle has an intense amount of these pigments to give them their beautiful reddish glow, and it is due to aย mutation in the MC1R gene.

Teacup Poodle

The Teacup Poodle is a purebred Poodle that has been deliberately and selectively bred to create a Poodle that is very small in size. Teacup Poodles have the appearance, behavior and temperament of the Standard Poodle, but in a much smaller body. Being a purebred, the Teacup Poodle is officially recognized by the American Kennel Club.