Find Poodle Miniature Puppies
Find Poodle Miniature Puppies, Firstly, What a looker! This handsome baby boy is sure to win your heart with just one look. Not only is Toby sure to be the number one cutie in your neighborhood, but he is also charming, playful, and full of puppy kisses. He will do just about thing to get you to smile and is up for any fun activity that you can think of. Walks on the beach, hide-n-go-seek around the house, trips to dog park to show off how great his family, it all sounds like a good time to Elvis. This baby is vet checked, pre-spoiled, and up to date on his puppy vaccinations. Don’t let this cuddle bug pass you by. You are his new fur-ever family, he just knows it!
Carriage and Condition: That of a very active, intelligent and elegant-appearing dog, squarely built, well proportioned, moving soundly and carrying himself proudly. Properly clipped in the traditional fashion and carefully groomed, the Poodle has about him an air of distinction and dignity peculiar to himself.
Size: The Miniature Poodle is 15 inches or under at the highest point of the shoulders, with a minimum height in excess of 10 inches. Any Poodle which is over 15 inches or is 10 inches or less at the highest point of the shoulders shall be disqualified from competition as a Miniature Poodle.
Proportion: To insure the desirable squarely built appearance, the length of body measured from the breastbone to the point of the rump approximates the height from the highest point of the shoulders to the ground.
Substance: Bone and muscle of both forelegs and hindlegs are in proportion to size of dog.
Eyes: very dark, oval in shape and set far enough apart and positioned to create an alert intelligent expression. Major fault: eyes round, protruding, large or very light. Ears: hanging close to the head, set at or slightly below eye level. The ear leather is long, wide and thickly feathered; however, the ear fringe should not be of excessive length. Skull: moderately rounded, with a slight but definite stop. Cheekbones and muscles flat. Length from occiput to stop about the same as length of muzzle. Muzzle: long, straight and fine, with slight chiseling under the eyes. Strong without lippiness. The chin definite enough to preclude snipiness. Major fault: lack of chin. Teeth: white, strong and with a scissors bite. Major fault: undershot, overshot, wry mouth.
Neck: well proportioned, strong and long enough to permit the head to be carried high and with dignity. Skin snug at throat. The neck rises from strong, smoothly muscled shoulders. Major fault: ewe neck. The topline is level, neither sloping nor roached, from the highest point of the shoulder blade to the base of the tail, with the exception of a slight hollow just behind the shoulder. Body: (a) Chest deep and moderately wide with well sprung ribs. (b)The loin is short, broad and muscular. (c) Tail straight, set on high and carried up, docked of sufficient length to insure a balanced outline. Major fault: set low, curled, or carried over the back.