White Poodle – What Makes This Color Really Stand Out From The Crowd?
The White Poodle breed originated from England. They are popularly known as “white dogs”. These dogs have a beautiful coat which is white in color. Their coats vary in length and thickness but they all look like fluffy snowflakes when seen up close. There are many different types of white poodles including: Standard, Large, Medium, Small, Black & Tan and Silver.
Standard White Poodles are considered to be the most common type of white dog. They have a very long and thick coat that is usually one solid color. They tend to be shorter than other breeds and their heads are not quite as big or round as those of some others.
A standard white poodle’s ears may reach up to the top of its head, while a large poodle’s ears will only go halfway down its face.
Large White Poodles are generally larger than standard white poodles. They tend to be taller than medium size and their heads are typically much bigger. They have longer hair that covers almost every inch of their bodies except for the area around their faces.
A large white poodle’s ears will reach up to the top of its head, while a medium sized white poodle’s ears will only go halfway down its face.
Medium White Poodles are considered to be an average size and are often a lot thicker than a standard poodle. They have a very thick coat and their ears are generally large as well.
Small White Poodles have a coat that is not as thick as other types of poodles and their ears reach only slightly above their eyes. These dogs tend to be very small, even when compared to other types of small poodles.
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