Toy Poodle

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Toy Poodle

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The Toy Poodle is one of the three varieties and the smallest version of the Poodle breed of dog, the other variety is the Standard Poodle and Miniature Poodle. All of them have the same personality and physical characteristics except their height.

They are highly trainable and very adaptable to their environment, they can live in an apartment as long as you have plenty of room to roam around. Like other smart dogs they can get easily bored that’s why it’s very important for them to have physical and mental exercise, a walk every day will help them to stay fit, healthy, and well socialized. If you love to have a sweet, smart, and loyal companion Poodle might be best for you as long as you can meet their needs.

Toy Poodle Dog Breed Pictures

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Vital Stats:

Dog Breed Group

Companion Dogs


8 to 10 Inches


4 to 9 Pounds

Life Span

10 to 18 Years

Toy Poodle Appearance

The Toy Poodle has a squarely built and well-proportioned body like the other varieties of Poodle, they look so elegant which makes them ideal for as a fashion dog. Their eyes are in an oval shape and come in a very dark color, their nose is always in dark color as well. The ears of a Poodle are always folded over close to the head.

A poodle is a non-shedding breed, and a good choice for people with allergies, they have a single-layer coat that is dense and naturally curly in texture, they come in many coat color including blue, black, white, gray, silver, brown, café-au-lait, apricot, and cream.

Toy Poodle Size

The Toy Poodle is the smallest variety of Poodle dog breed, they weigh around 2-4 kg (4 to 9 pounds), their height ranges from 20-25 cm (8 to 10 inches).

Toy Poodle Personality

Toy Poodle

Toy Poodle is an active, loyal, and very intelligent dog, they are the second smartest dog just a little behind the Border Collie. They can play well with children but advisable to not let them play with children under 10 years old, Toy Poodle is a small dog they can get easily injured that’s why proper handling needed.

This lovely and cheerful dog is a good companion in your home. Having a yard or a place where they can run freely is advisable, like other dogs they need daily exercise to keep them fit and healthy. A simple walk in the morning will help them keep healthy and well socialized.

Toy Poodle Health

Toy Poodle dog has an average life span of 10 to 18 years, They are generally healthy and don’t suffer from any known hereditary health problems, but like other breeds of dogs, they are also prone to some diseases. Not all of them will get any or all of these diseases but the following are the common diseases they can have.

Ear InfectionsIt is a common canine health problem, and it can be caused by allergies, yeast, ear mites, bacteria, hair growth deep in the ear canal, and more.
Periodontal Disease it is an inflammation of some or all of a tooth’s deep supporting structures, it happens when food and bacteria build up along the gums and form plaque that when combined with saliva and minerals will transform into calculus or also known as tartar.
Canine Eye Inflammation If your dog is suffering from eye inflammation in the outer skin and middle (muscle, connective tissue, and glands) of the eyes it is classified as Blepharitis, and if your dog is suffering from eye inflammation in the iris and ciliary body of the uvea of the eye it is classified as anterior uveitis, this may affect your dog’s vision and needs meditate veterinarian attention.
AllergiesIt is a misguided reaction to foreign substances by the body’s immune system of your dogs.

How much is a Toy Poodle?

The Toy Poodle puppies will cost about $1500 to $2800 for a high-quality breed. While the basic cost of owning a dog range from $109 to $370 per month, it includes the food and treats, grooming, routine veterinary care, preventative medications and supplements, and lots more.

Here in ohmlovelypets we encourage aspiring fur parents or current fur parents to Adopt and Don’t Shop. Give those lovely pets the opportunity to feel love, care, and to have their so-called furever home.

Note:  The expenses of Taking care a Dogs does not end in buying one after you bought or adopt your Dog you must provide their necessary needs, like Visit Vet ones a year for their health check-up, Complete and follow up Vaccinations, Foods and provide Vitamins as their maintenance and the most important is Time to play and cuddle with them, I think that’s the most affordable one, giving attention to them, proper care and lots of love from you…

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