Toy poodle puppies for sale,
Toy poodle puppies for sale.All puppies purchased from us come with the following;
- Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee.
- Health Guarantee.
- Airline-approved crate.
- ISO Microchip.
- Health Certificate.
- Age-appropriate shots
- Food Menu.
- Play with toys and treat.
- Blanket, collar, and leash.
- AKC Application.
- Food Samples
- Free Shipping
All puppies sold are delivered to the buyer’s address within 48 hours of purchase. All purchases are covered with a 30 days 100% Money Back Guarantee. We have an easy return and refund policy. Photos on our website a most recent, it is updated every other day.
If you want to buy a Toy Poodle puppy, it’s smart to do a little research first. These puppies are sociable, even-tempered, and intelligent. These small dogs love a cuddle with their owners, which makes them excellent lap dogs. While they usually like older children and families, their small size makes them physically vulnerable. Because of their size, they are not good fits for families with toddlers.
Use gentle and positive training methods, and you’ll find these pups happily learn a long line of new commands, tasks, and tricks. In fact, they are so smart that they can become bored. Toy Poodles need activity and mental stimulation to keep them happy, calm, and centered. Many pups suffer from separation anxiety if they are left alone too often.
While these dogs will bark sharply when they sense new people at the door or in the home, they are not aggressive. However, they may be shy of new visitors.
If you’re considering adopting a Toy Poodle puppy, make sure you understand this breed’s special health considerations. The average life span is 14-16 years. One of the more common health issues with this small breed is Luxating Patella. Meticulous daily dental care is essential to prevent infections of the teeth and gums.
Other health concerns can be:
- Tracheal Collapse
- PRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy)
- Ear Infections
- Addison’s Disease
This dog is small and delicate, so even minor falls or impacts may result in serious injuries. Talk to you vet about the best ways to protect your Toy Poodle’s skeletal health. With every breed, stay current with vaccines and schedule routine vet checkups.
Coat & Coat Care
The small pups have dense hair with tight curls. While this coat usually makes the dog a good choice for allergy sufferers, the tradeoff is in the additional grooming needs.
Brushing several times a week is recommended to prevent tangling or matting. Clipping every 6-8 weeks will also help maintain their coats. Many owners trim the pup’s coat short to minimize grooming, while others like to shave the coat into elaborate patterns that require even more maintenance.
This breed is prone to ear infections, so once a week use a clean, damp cloth to wipe out ears.
These dogs tend to get staining around tear ducts. Gently wiping out and cleaning this area with a clean, damp cloth will minimize staining and decrease the chance of eye infections.