Does anyone else’s non-hunting poodle point? I know standard poodles were originally bred as “duck dogs,” but I thought they were waterfowl retrievers, hence the haircut commonly associated with the poodle to keep their joints warm in cold waters. Our 3-lb. toy points at her squeaky toys, squirrels, rabbits, any small thing (organic or not) that moves or makes noise. She holds her point for quite a long time before the “flush.” I find it hilarious that the pointing instinct still exists in our girl especially when some of her “prey,” like the rabbits, are bigger.