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introducing tricky woo

thought it was time i introduced opie's new sister, tricky woo. she's an apricot toy poodle, and was 12 weeks old yesterday. she's a proper little minx, keeping opie and us on our toes










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She looks like she's going to be a "real" dog and not some prim and proper foo foo.
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I was just going to say the same thing--glad to see you letting her live her life and be a real dog, slogging thru puddles and mudpits

I grew up with a miniature Poodle, and he even went on long camping trips with us, hiking river and woods.

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What a cutie pie! Looks like she is already having a great life.
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i've already been called cruel because i was walking her round the local carboot. i told them if i wanted a dog to carry in a handbag i'd buy a stuffed one we live in the country so she's got no choice but to be a real dog. she's the perfect little companion for opie if she loves the mud as much as him
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Love the James Herriot reference in her name. She's very cute.
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i've already been called cruel because i was walking her round the local carboot. i told them if i wanted a dog to carry in a handbag i'd buy a stuffed one we live in the country so she's got no choice but to be a real dog. she's the perfect little companion for opie if she loves the mud as much as him
Yeah, little old ladies used to fuss me at ringside, when I was trialing in AKC Obedience with my four pound Pom boy.

Pffft.

He'd have been a little lap-shark if they'd owned him.

One thing--is this your first poodle? If so--and apologies if you're already familiar--but if you intend to have her professionally groomed, ever, then the sooner the better.

The more she grows up with grooming, the easier and less stressful it will be for both her and whoever grooms her.

Lots of positive associations with having feet, tail, face touched, will help also.

*Just a note from a groomer who appreciates so much folks who let them be real dogs, and who also accustom them to handling early and young.

Get someone kind, experienced, and patient, to show her the clippers, let her get used to sight, sound, and "tickly sensation" on her face, feet, etc.

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Oh, she's a cutie!



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What a bunch of great pictures! Tricky Woo and Opie look like they get along just wonderfully and look cute together! How big will Tricky Woo grow to?

Is that a red "Scrambler" I see in their toy stash? I want to get one or two for my two Dobies and that is the first photo of one that I've seen on DT.


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she's lucky to have a dobe as a sibling ... no one is gonna pick on her hehe
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Yeah, little old ladies used to fuss me at ringside, when I was trialing in AKC Obedience with my four pound Pom boy.

Pffft.

He'd have been a little lap-shark if they'd owned him.

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Get someone kind, experienced, and patient, to show her the clippers, let her get used to sight, sound, and "tickly sensation" on her face, feet, etc.
we had a black miniature poodle growing up. I've wanted another one ever since she passed away eighteen years ago. got her booked in on the 8th of January.it was the earliest I could get her in at the best one in the area. I took her in with me to book the appointment and they gave her a quick check over. she lets me clip her feet with the shears, and let me trim a bit away from her eyes but I'd rather let the professionals shave her properly the first few times. thank you for your advice. it's much appreciated
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What a bunch of great pictures! Tricky Woo and Opie look like they get along just wonderfully and look cute together! How big will Tricky Woo grow to?

Is that a red "Scrambler" I see in their toy stash? I want to get one or two for my two Dobies and that is the first photo of one that I've seen on DT.
she should grow to about ten inches, so quite a bit smaller than opie

do you mean the running egg? I bought it for Opie but he's not bothered about it. luckily tricky loves it. I think it's one of those toys that dogs either love or hate. opies not bothered about football's either.
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