Smart Poodle Learning Several Tricks

Poodles are not only very beautiful and cute, they are also extremely intelligent. They are eager to please and are often quick learners. They have a strong memory for things and learning tricks is a practice that many poodles enjoy and excel at.

Take a look at this adorable little miniature poodle practicing many complicated tricks including a backwards figure eight!

I think you can teach a poodle to do almost any trick with the right guidance and some tasty treats! This little poodle really seems to want to please and learn. If I could just get Lucy to fetch my morning coffee, that would be super cool!


Adorable Poodle Doing Tricks

This week for our video, we found a short video of an adorable poodle doing tricks that included rolling out the red carpet and dancing up a storm.

Here’s cutie pie, the little white miniature poodle doing her tricks for the camera last fall.  Enjoy!



Cute Toy Poodle Puppies Being Trained – A Video

Here is a cute video of some toy poodles being trained. They are puppies and are learning to sit and roll and other commands. These toy poodle pups sure are cute!

If this made you smile, share it with a friend!


Diva, the happy poodle doing her tricks

I love this video of Diva, the happy poodle doing her tricks. Watch this poodle just having a great time
doing some pretty neat tricks.

Should poodles be allowed in the olypics?


Are Poodles Good With Children?

Some people are asking the question Are Poodles Good With Children?  I say absolutely, especially this standard poodle in this video, who watches over this little infant quietly.

Poodles are usually great with kids and small children. This one obviously is. Share this video with some friends today.


Amazing Poodle that plays piano, guitar and does tricks

Here is one cute and intelligent poodle. Check out this cute and amazing Poodle that plays piano, guitar and does tricks.  It is already a better piano player than some kids I have heard!  Check out the video and see what you think.

I enjoyed this one and I hope you did too.  If you love cute poodle tricks, please SHARE this one with others.


Poodles that love to dance

I didn’t know that some poodles are dancing poodles.  Were these guys showing off or just felt happy?  Here is a video of some Poodles that love to dance.  This is really adorable.


If you enjoyed these Poodles that love to dance, share it with some dog lovers that you know. I’m sure they would get a kick out of this, too.


Video Tribute To Poodles

I thought I would share this fun Video Tribute To Poodles, which l saw on youtube.  The music is a touch too heavy for my taste but it’s a great video slide show featuring all different kinds of poodles, big, small, medium and in just about every color.

Poodles are an incredible breed, and, although they originated in Germany, they are the national dog of France.  They are a very popular breed all around the world, especially in the United States, where I live.  Poodles have been around for centuries and have long been a favorite breed of dogs in much of Europe, where it was the principal pet dog of Spain during the 18th century.

Poodles are very intelligent and are eager to please.  They have been known for their agility and their ability to be trained.  Poodles have won awards at many of the dog shows including “Best in Show” at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show both in 1991 and 2002, and at the World Dog Show in 2007 and 2010.

Video Tribute To Poodles

Here is what wikipedia had to say about the Poodle and their temperament overall.

Of note is this breed’s keen sense for instinctive behavior. In particular, marking and hunting drives are more readily observable than in most other breeds. Even Toys will point birds. Classified as highly energetic, Poodles can also get bored fairly easily, and have been known to get creative about finding mischief. Poodles like to be in the center of things and are easily trained to do astonishing tricks involving both brains and agility. They have performed in circuses for centuries, beginning in Europe, and have been part of the Ringling Circus in its various forms from its inception. The Grimaldis, the famous British clowns Kenneth and Audrey Austin, “developed a stronger circus act” with a clever Poodle named ‘Twinkle,’ the success of which allowed them to continue performing even as octogenarians.”

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I hope you enjoyed watching this Video Tribute To Poodles and if you liked it, please share this post and the video with friends you think would enjoy it as well.