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A Look At The Variable Patterns Of Parti Poodles

Poodles are available in a wide variety of colors from solids to partis and phantoms that can be selected according to the interests of the buyer. The parti poodles consist of two toned coat shades that can include large patches of a darker color across the body and on the base white hair. When selecting parti poodles, it is important to determine which shades constitute well bred and representative canines.

A large number of pet owners and canine enthusiasts acknowledge he solid poodle colors that are common pets including black, beige, white, and chocolate. These are the most popular shades are favored by many with rare colors being red, grey, silver, and apricot. Black with its deep points is most commonly associated with the breed and must not involve any lighter tips, but possess a dark skin underneath the fur.

A white poodle puppy displays a flawless coat without additional colors that would make the fur appear as though it were dirty. A large number of puppies that are produced with a solid beige or cream coloring are recognized as white poodles. It is important to remain aware of subtle changes in the tone of a poodle coat that will develop until the age of 2 years.

When comparing the parti poodle to more solid colors, it displays a white coat and an additional color in the form of patches across the body. The patches and spots that develop are unique to every dog with the result that you will never find two puppies with exact markings. The particular coat can be registered with the AKC, but it will be limited for conformation show purposes.

Teacup poodles can be purchased in different colors including parti or solid and have become popular choices for pet owners often labeled as designer dogs. These tiny canines are smaller than the average poodle and can be placed inside a teacup at only a few weeks of age. Purchasing these puppies requires the assistance of reputable breeders who can advise on the selection of healthy litters.

For those who wish to buy a particular coat color of poodle, it is important to search for registered breeders and healthy puppies. A reputable seller invests a significant amount of time and expense in choosing the healthiest genetic lines to produce well representative pups. Implementing the correct measures will decrease the risk that is associated with particular canine lines to produce healthy litters.

The teacup poodle breeders of interest should understand the terms used to describe coat colors and breeding practices. If you are interested in parti shades and teacup poodle sizes, it is important to note that the shade became popular in the 1900s and has been recognized as the original colors of the poodle breed. When looking for such puppies, it is best to consult with knowledgeable and experienced breeders.

The parti poodle consists of a majority white coat with a secondary color. The additional shade can appear as large patches all over the body with some dogs displaying small black spots across the face and the feet. Contacting a trustworthy breeder can assist in making the most informative decision when looking for a well bred puppy.

Most teacup poodles are sold before they are born. If you want to learn how you can pre-order a pup, go to the Puttin On The Ritz Poodles website now at for all the details.

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