The number of poodles with different coats is not known. It is believed that there are at least five different breeds of dogs. Some breeders have bred their poodles to produce up to ten different colors. However, it seems that only three or four different breeds exist today.
There are two types of coat colors: pure white and black. Pure white means no other coloration than the eyes, nose, ears and tail (or patch). Black coat colors include chocolate brown, chestnut brown, cinnamon brown, fawn/grayish tan and black. All these coat colors are considered “true” black because they contain no other coloring except the eyes, nose and tail.
White poodles are very rare. Only one out of every 10,000 poodles is white. White poodles were once common but have become less common over time due to selective breeding practices. They are now found primarily in the United States and Canada.
Poodle coat colors do vary from puppyhood through adulthood. A dog’s coat color will change throughout its life span depending on environmental factors such as temperature, humidity levels and diet.
Pembroke Welsh Corgi : It is one of the most popular dog breeds in the United Kingdom. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a herding dog. It has a strong body with legs and a low set tail. The ears are large in proportion to the head and stand erect.
The adult size of the dog is 12 inches tall at the shoulder for males and 11 inches for females. The weight of the dog is between 30 and 40 pounds for males and 24-34 pounds for females. The eyes are dark and oval in shape, the teeth should meet in the front and it has a medium length tail that is thick at the base tapering towards the tip.
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