The Poodle is thought to have originated in Germany but widely associated with France, where it is hugely popular. The poodle was developed as a water retriever, and the distinctive clipping of its heavy coat was initiated to increase the animal’s efficiency in the water. The breed has been used for such diverse undertakings as performing in circuses and hunting for truffles (scenting and digging up the edible fungus).

An elegant-looking dog, often ranked as one of the most intelligent of all breeds, the poodle has been bred in three size varieties – standard, miniature, and toy. The coat consists of a woolly undercoat and a dense wiry topcoat; if allowed to grow, the hair forms ropelike cords, and the dog is called a corded poodle. The coat should be solid, not variegated, and may be any of a number of colors, among them gray, white, black, brown, apricot, and cream. The standard poodle stands more than 15 inches (38 cm); the miniature is in excess of 10 inches (25 cm) and no more than 15 inches (38 cm); the toy is 10 inches (25 cm) or under. Weight variations range from as much as 70 pounds (32 kg) to as little as 7 pounds (3 kg). The standard and miniature poodles are classed by the American Kennel Club as Non-Sporting dogs, the toy as a Toy dog.



Molly, Smiley, Bianca, Bailey, Josie, Anabelle, Maggie Mae, Shasta, Abigail

Molly - Standard Poodle after grooming

Molly after her hair cut

Smiley - Standard Poodle

Standard Poodle






Jack, Charlie, Frodo, Mickey, Rusty, Dutch and Winnie

Jack - Standard Poodle from Dogs of Jersey Acres

Jack Standard Poodle

Picture of Dogs of Jersey Acres Standard Poodle named Charlie

Standard Poodle

Miniature Poodle

Male Mini Aussiedoodle sitting inside on wooden floor

Mickey Mini Aussiedoodle







Poodle Puppies