Ancient poodles date back to 400 BC, originating in Europe.
They were favored by European nobility, not just as hunting dogs, but as elegant companions.
Poodles were originally bred for water retrieving due to their excellent swimming abilities.
Poodles come in various sizes, from standard to toy, catering to different preferences.
Their unique curly coats are hypoallergenic, making them a popular choice for allergy sufferers.
Poodles are among the most intelligent dog breeds, excelling in obedience and agility.
In the 18th century, poodles gained fame as circus performers, showcasing their clever tricks.
Poodles hold the distinction of being the national dog of France.
Originally bred for waterfowl hunting, they're adaptable hunters on both land and water.
Poodles are often crossed with other breeds, creating popular designer dogs like the Labradoodle and Cockapoo.