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Old 12-18-2012, 02:04 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I have a small minipoo (about 12 in. and 12.5 lb.). He's the perfect size! He's not as delicate as a toy, but easy enough to lift when needed, and the perfect cuddling size! Enjoy your pup!
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My toy Rusty is now six months old and I will estimate he is around 11-12" and 11 pounds. We didn't want a real small toy and had looked for a mini prior to finding Rusty. We are sure he was meant for us. Size is unimportant to us and his disposition and love of people is a joy for us. Well let's be honest here......he can be somewhat misbehaved on rare occasions. Ha Ha. Enjoy that pup of yours no matter the size.
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I think that your pup will mature to mini size & that is fine except you specifically wanted a " toy" & often times a" breeder" will sell a toy for more $$ than mini, same for color. Keep us updated because everyone enjoys size & weight questions. I have an OT at 12" & 9lbs. My newest poodle is 18 weeks, 4 lbs & 8.25". I am hoping she will stay Toy size since she is for the conformation ring.
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Mack was supposed to be a small toy if you referred to his parents, but he's now around 12" and 4.3Kg. But i kinda like this size.

Easy to pick up, i suppose more robust as the vet told me alot of toys broke their legs jumping off furniture.

Mack is like a bullet in the house when he's zooming at full speed
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