BUMI
Status: Available
Sex: Male / Breed: Teacup Poodle
Price:$800

PERCY
Status: Available
Sex: Male / Breed: Teacup Poodle
Price:$800

RICHIE
Status: Available
Sex: Male / Breed: Teacup Poodle
Price:$800

Alex
Status: Available
Sex: Male / Breed: Italian Greyhound
Price:$750

ENA
Status: Available
Sex: Female / Breed: Dalmation
Price:$750

LISA,MEND, ELLE
Status: Available
Sex: Female / Breed: Maltese
Price:$750/1

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NUTRITION

No matter which size Poodle has stolen your heart, you will want to feed him or her the best possible dog food. Your vet or breeder can help you decide on the right food for your dog’s age, activity level, and size. Some dogs are prone to getting overweight, so watch your dog’s calorie consumption and weight level. If you choose to give your dog treats, do so in moderation. Treats can be an important aid in training, but giving too many can cause obesity. Never feed a dog cooked bones or fatty table scraps. Learn about which human foods are safe for dogs, and which are not. Check with your vet if you have any concerns about your dog’s weight or diet.

GROOMING

Unless you plan to keep your Poodle clipped in a short trim, you will need to learn how to brush how to brush him daily to keep his coat from matting. If you do not brush and comb a full-coated Poodle completely to the skin, the hair will mat near the roots and will have to be shaved off to start all over with new growth. Most pet owners opt to keep the Poodle in a shorter trim. Some owners learn to do this clipping and trimming themselves, while others choose to take their dog to a professional dog groomer every four to six weeks for a bath, grooming, and nail trim. The breed’s relatively nonshedding coat makes the breed a good choice for people with allergies.