I think people pick breeds based on themselves and what they think is beautiful and what fits their personality (most often if there aren't allergies involved). So what kind of person do you think owns a poodle?
I hear ya on this. I eat it up myself. And I hope to use this to my advantage someday At the dog park people are always looking for trusting groomers and I get asked all the time where do you go.I have to admit that I find my well groomed poodles are very ornamental when I take them out. We had so many compliments on them when we took them with us last week on our walk that it was a real nice ego boost for my grooming skills.:lol:
This is what I would have said (albeit possibly not as eloquently) if she had not written it first.Poodle is a thinking person's dog.
Poodles don't suffer fools. They want to be able to respect their owners and have their owners respect them. Poodles have a well developed sense of fairness and their own self worth, so they are best suited to owners who are fair, consistent and who show clear leadership.
I think a Poodle owner is a person who likes having a dog that is discriminating. Poodles are friendly, but not typically a type of dog to run off and fawn over over people.
Poodle owners are people who like to interact with their dogs. They are not people whose dream dog is a rug ornament. I think that Poodle people like a dog that takes direction well and one that wants to work for its owner.
I think Poodle owners like to have a stylish dog that looks good on the end of leash. Most Poodle owners go to great lengths to keep their dogs well groomed.