All about the Breeds & Coat Textures:

Miniature Poodle-Jase

The "Poodle"

The Miniature Poodle is sensitive, intelligent, lively, playful, proud, and elegant. It bonds closely with family and makes a great companion. Miniature Poodles are very smart, obedient, and graceful, which makes them one of the most popular pets in the world. The Miniature Poodle is bouncy, alert, and usually eager to play. Miniature Poodles are more energetic than Standard Poodles, and more likely to bark. The Miniature Poodle gets along well with other animals, other dogs, and children. It is best to socialize it as a puppy. Miniature Poodles will announce the arrival of visitors, but are generally friendly toward them. Poodles are highly adaptable and make good watchdogs.


The "Cockapoo"

Known for its pleasant temperament, loyalty and patience. Cockapoos are outgoing and eager for human companionship and attention. The Cockapoo will grow unhappy if it is left alone too often.The Cockapoo's kind disposition makes it an ideal family pet. The Cockapoo is gentle and loving with children and enjoys the company of all living things, including other dogs and pets. The coat type of the Cockapoo will vary as characteristics are inherited from both parents. There may even be some variety within the same litter. The three possible coat types are a tight curly coat, a loose wavy coat and a straighter coat. Coats can change greatly the first year of most pups lives. The rarest of coats is the silky straight coat.  Most coats never stay straight even if born straight and will curl as they age. The straight coats are often asked but they are very rare. 


The "Shihpoo"

The Shihpoo is very loving and playful and they get along with other pets. They are active and athletic. They seem to take the best from both breeds. They are not considered 'yappers' Due to their intelligence, this breed is fairly easy to train. Shihpoos do not require a lot of exercise. They get sufficient exercise just by playing with their owners. They enjoy walks and/or backyard play. Their coats can be wavy but can also have the straighter coats however both coat types have little to no shedding. 


The "Maltipoo"

The Malti Poo is an intelligent, loving dog. The mix of Maltese and Poodle usually produces a lively, playful dog devoted to its family. The Malti Poo loves to play or curl up on the couch for a nap. Malti Poos require frequent human companionship. The Malti Poo can get along well with dogs and other pets if socialized when young, but it is somewhat territorial. Malti Poos may be wary of strangers and are highly protective of their family. Malti Poos get along very well with children, but should be supervised around young children to ensure they are treated respectfully.  They can have wavy or curly  coat and occasionally even straight though this is more of a rarity. Both coats are non shedding.  This breed is an excellent choice for severe allergy sufferers.  The Malti Poo can have most of its exercise needs met by indoor play and activities, but it also enjoys walks or playtime in the yard. The Malti Poo is an excellent breed for apartment life.


The "Poo Chon"

The Poo Chon or Bich Poo can come in tan, white, brown, tan and white, brown black and white, , black but any colour is acceptable. Their coat is coarse, medium long with loose curls and have a coat that is more hypoallergenic than most dogs (a characteristic inherited from the Poodle). All Poochons will need grooming as their non-shed coats continue to grow, but will not shed. The Poochon does very well in a number of environments, but you need to cater for a daily exercise of at least half an hour, or a bit more if it does not have access to a backyard. Poochons inherit a higher than average intelligence as both parents, particularly the Poodle, are considered in the top section of intelligent dog breeds. It should be easy to house-train your Poochon fairly quickly and it will be quick to learn your nuances. The poochon usually has an accommodating nature that will allow it to fit into most households. A family with young children will suit it perfectly; existing pets should not be an issue. Though small in size, they make good watch dogs as they will alert their owners to unusual or suspicious sounds with a hearty bark. If Poochons are given the proper training and exercise, they will do well in an apartment, however, they'll need extra space for playing. Poochons also tend to run back and forth in a hallway to exercise.