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THE MOST INTELLIGENT POODLE. The Poodle Is Usually Acknowledged To Be The Most Correctly Clever Of All Members Of The Canine Race. There Is A Common Perception That He Is A Fop

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if these cords are not lower brief, or by accident torn off, they drag along the bottom, and so forestall the poor animal from shifting with any degree of consolation or freedom.

Corded Poodles are very showy, and from the exceptional look of the coat, entice an extreme amount of public attention when exhibited at reveals; but they have misplaced reputation among most fanciers, and have develop into few in quantity owing to the plain incontrovertible truth that it's not possible to make pets of them or maintain them in the house. The rationale of this is that the coat must, from time to time, be oiled with a purpose to preserve the cords supple and prevent them from snapping, and, of course, as their coats cannot be brushed, the one means of keeping the canine clean is to wash him, which with a corded Poodle is a lengthy and laborious process. Further, the coat takes hours to dry, and except the newly washed dog be saved in a warm room he is very liable to catch cold. The result's, that the coats of corded Poodles are virtually invariably dirty, and considerably smelly.

Poodle's Basic appearance

Head: Lengthy, straight, and nice, the skull not broad, with a slight peak on the back.

Muzzle: Long (however not snipy) and strong not full in cheek; tooth white, strong, and stage; gums black, lips black and never exhibiting lippiness.

Eyes: Almond shaped, very dark, full of fireside and intelligence.

Nostril: Black and sharp.

Ears: The leather lengthy and extensive, low set on, hanging near the face.

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