Poodle (Miniature) Apricot - ADOPTED !

ADOPTED! He is no longer available. Thank you everyone for your interested and I will keep your applications on file for a year should another poodle come in.


Meet Coco 

A male and born 12/16/21 and currently weighs about 12-13 lbs.  

He also comes with registration papers for AKC.  

He is great with children and other pets. 

Reply below and fill out application if interested and the owner wants a rehoming fee. 

Note:  Will require two home visits one before adoption and one about two weeks after adoption. 


Don't pay to much mind to the grooming because owner isn't a grooming and did the best she could with the grooming. 


About the Breed:

Whether Standard, Miniature, or Toy, and either black, white, or apricot, the Poodle stands proudly among dogdom's true aristocrats. Beneath the curly, hypoallergenic coat is an elegant athlete and companion for all reasons and seasons.

Poodles come in three size varieties: Standards should be more than 15 inches tall at the shoulder; Miniatures are 15 inches or under; Toys stand no more than 10 inches. All three varieties have the same build and proportions. At dog shows, Poodles are usually seen in the elaborate Continental clip. Most pet owners prefer the simpler Sporting clip, in which the coat is shorn to follow the outline of the squarely built, smoothly muscled body.  Forget any preconceived notions about Poodles you may have: Poodles are eager, athletic, and wickedly smart dogs of remarkable versatility. The Standard, with his greater size and strength, is the best all-around athlete of the family, but all Poodles can be trained with great success.


Unless you plan to keep your Poodle clipped in a short trim, you will need to learn how to brush him daily to keep his coat from matting. If you do not brush and comb a full-coated Poodle completely to the skin, the hair will mat near the roots and will have to be shaved off to start all over with new growth. Most pet owners opt to keep the Poodle in a shorter trim. Some owners learn to do this clipping and trimming themselves, while others choose to take their dog to a professional dog groomer every four to six weeks for a bath, grooming, and nail trim. The breed's relatively non-shedding coat makes the breed a good choice for people with allergies.