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Old 11-23-2012, 05:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Very interesting! I'm surprised they seemed to have such a problem with the poodle coat. I feel that as long as it clipped regularly its pretty easy to deal with. Certainly no more difficult than a golden retriever or a collie coat, which requires a lot more brushing. I do wish it had explained more about what jobs poodles did have. I used to have a collie, and I know that they found that collies couldn't be trained to be attack dogs so they were pretty much exclusively used as messengers. I can't really see poodles being very good attack dogs either!
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