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Do poodles puke a lot?
The Poodle breed in general, including Toy, Miniature and Standard, is prone to digestive problems. This manifests itself either through abnormal bowel movements – which can be diarrhea or constipation – and/or with vomiting.
What do poodles usually die from?
Most Poodles will eventually die from cancer or heart disease. While you cannot prevent this, regular vet checks and a healthy lifestyle will go a long way to increasing the length of your Poodle’s life. Life expectancy is partially determined by genetics as well.
What’s the worst thing about having a standard poodle?
Standard Poodles also need a lot of daily companionship. They suffer from loneliness and separation anxiety if left alone too much. Most Standard Poodles are “soft” and sensitive dogs, sometimes hypersensitive. If you touch them unexpectedly or startle them with a sudden loud sound, they tend to flinch.
Why are the eyes of my poodle Brown?
This discoloring is often a rusty brown or red and it’s created by excessive tearing. This excessive tear could be the result of numerous things such as debris in and around the eyes Once the excessive tearing starts, your poodle’s fur gets exposed to a pigment inside the tears called porphyrin .
How old do standard poodles have to be?
Young Standard Poodles (up to about two years old) romp and jump with great vigor, and things can go flying, including small children and infirm people. Providing enough socialization. Standoffish by nature, Standard Poodles need early exposure to people and to unusual sights and sounds.
How can I tell if my Poodle has liver problems?
One of the first signs of liver trouble would be an elevated ALT. To further define liver problems, a vet will usually perform a liver biopsy. This would give a definite diagnosis of CAH. This would determine to what extent the liver is damaged as well as establishing copper levels, if any.