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Don’t be fooled by the poodle’s stylish looks; there’s substance there too. These are among some of the most intelligent and most obedient dogs to be found. This, combined with their curiosity and eagerness to please, makes them easy to train and dependable. These qualities made the breed popular as circus dogs when such things were more common, and today they’re valued for assistance work.
Poodles appreciate mental challenges and lots of physical activity, both of which often come with assistance work, and they have an innate love of retrieving. They’re also particularly adaptable to different environments, allowing them to stay focused and alert at home and in all sorts of public situations. These dogs are friendly but not overly enthusiastic or stimulated around unknown people or animals, remaining well behaved and attentive to their responsibilities outside the home.
Also, these dogs don’t like being left alone for prolonged periods, thriving with frequent interaction. So, not only can disabled people benefit from the companionship of a standard poodle, but these dogs mutually benefit from a person relying heavily on them.
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