THE MOST INTELLIGENT POODLE

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THE MOST INTELLIGENT POODLE

The Poodle is often acknowledged to be the foremost wisely intelligent of all members of the canine race. 
THE MOST INTELLIGENT POODLE There is a general belief that he's a fop, whose time is occupied in personal embellishment, which he requires an excellent deal of individual attention within the matter of his toilet. it should be true that to stay him in exhibition order and excellent cleanliness his owner encompasses a have to devote more consideration to him than is important within the case of the many breeds; but in other respects, he gives little trouble, and everyone who is attached to him is consistent in their opinion that there's no dog so intensely interesting and responsive as a companion.
THE MOST INTELLIGENT POODLE


 His qualities of mind and his acute powers of reasoning are indeed so great that there's something almost human in his attractiveness and his devotion. His aptitude in learning isn't denied, and lots of are the stories told of his marvelous talent and flexibility. Not merely as a showman's dog has he distinguished himself. he's something over a mountebank of the booths, trained to run the tight rope and stand on his head. he's adept at performing tricks, but it's his alertness of brain that places him aside from other animals. The profuse and long coat of this dog has the peculiarity that if not kept constantly brushed out it twists up into little cords which increase long because the new hair grows and clings about it. The unshed old hair and also the new growth entwined together thus become distinct rope-like cords. Eventually, if these cords don't seem to be restrained, or accidentally torn off, they drag along the bottom, so prevent the poor animal from moving with any degree of comfort or freedom. Corded Poodles are very showy, and from the remarkable appearance of the coat, attract a good deal of public attention when exhibited at shows; but they need lost popularity among most fanciers, and became few thanks to the plain incontrovertible fact that it's impossible to create pets of them or keep them within the house. the explanation for this can be that the coat must, from time to time, be oiled to stay the cords supple and forestall them from snapping, and, of course, as their coats can't be brushed, the sole way of keeping the dog clean is to clean him, which with a corded Poodle could be a lengthy and laborious process. Further, the coat takes hours to dry, and unless the newly washed dog be kept in a very warm room he's very susceptible to catch a chilly. The result's, that the coats of corded Poodles are almost invariably dirty, and somewhat smelly. Poodle's General appearance Head: Long, straight, and fine, the skull not broad, with a small peak at the rear. Muzzle: Long (but not snippy) and powerful not full in cheek; teeth white, strong, and level; gums black, lips black and not showing lippies. Eyes: Almond-shaped, very dark, stuffed with fire and intelligence. Nose: Black and sharp. Ears: The leather long and wide, low set on, hanging near the face. Neck: Well proportioned and powerful, to admit of the pinnacle being carried high and with dignity. Feet: Rather small, and of excellent shape, the toes well arched, pads thick and hard. Legs: Fore-legs set straight from the shoulder, with many bones and muscles. Hind-legs: Very muscular and well bent, with the hocks, well saddened. Tail: attack rather high, well carried, never curled or carried over back. Coat: Very profuse, and of fine hard texture; if corded, hanging in tight, even cords; if non-corded, very thick and powerful, of even length, the curls close and thick, without knots or cords.