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Amber is a toy poodle, smaller in sizes than most of the toy poodles out there mainly because she is the last to be born out of the litters of 4, also she is a female which are usually smaller than males. If she is to be taken and bred with another toy poodle of same or smaller size, her puppies would be what people call "teacup poodles". These are very unhealthy and unrecognized breeds, these "teacups" has serious health issues, they cannot be taken for run, they also cannot jump or would result in joint problems. Amber is considered the better size for a healthy toy poodle, she also has a long body considering her height and size, like a dachshund. Amber's shoes is sized 2.

Amber is brown in color, not to be mixed up with mahogany red, most red poodle's color fades off as they grow older, products can help to retain or enhance the red temporary but they cannot prevent fading. I would say Amber is now brown in color but her ears are growing some light creamy colors which we are not sure is temporary or permanent, some people think she is apricot but in my opinion apricots are much lighter in color which are lovely too!

Amber is a high energy dog, high energy dogs are the hardest to train. We got her because she was the better looking out of the 4 puppies, we didn't think we'd have much serious issues teaching her as long as we enforce rules! When we first saw Amber and her siblings, she was the first to run over and meet us, this already shows us her energy level, she rarely gets tired, always playing and running about.

Amber do not have any known health problems till now, she was bred by a SKC breeder, however when she was seven to nine months of age she had some dry skin problems, we changed her food and she got well after.


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  1. WOW its so cute! Its like a stuffed so smooth when looking at. Please visit my blog stuffed toys

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