This page contains links to other Standard Poodle related websites. If you have ideas or suggestions for other sites, please contact a Committee member so that we may consider it for inclusion.
Health and Welfare Links can be found below.
The primary objective of The Kennel Club is 'to promote in every way, the general improvement of dogs'. The Kennel Club was founded in 1873 and is able to offer dog owners an unparalleled source of information, experience and advice on dog welfare, dog health, dog training and dog breeding.
WELCOME TO the website of OUR DOGS! the leading canine weekly which has been published continuously since 1895. Our printed paper has covered the world of dogs, shows, breeding and exhibiting since the reign of Queen Victoria. Now, through our web site, dog lovers from all over the world can access our unrivalled fund of material.
Uniting the Poodle Clubs of Great Britain
The purposes of The Poodle Club of America, Inc., are to create, foster and promote interest in Poodles by encouraging their breeding in accordance with the Standard of the ideal Poodle. To this end, to endeavor to make the Standard of the ideal Poodle better known so the best interests of the breed may be advanced. Also, to encourage the exhibition of Poodles at all-breed and Specialty Shows and at Obedience Trials.
Poodles in Australia strive to provide you with the very best in Australian Poodle news with latest specialty and Royal Show results and the activities of our breed in Agility, Conformation, Endurance, Jumping, Obedience and Tracking. We have several online discussion forums (see 'Discussion & Enquiry' in the Navigation panel) as well as the definitive guide to the breed in our Illustrated Breed Standard. Numerous health tips together with links to all the Poodle sites, both breeders and commercial sites, around the world.
The poodle is perhaps the most misunderstood dog on the face of the earth. In these pages we try to set the record straight while providing fun and informative resources for both the poodle newbie and consummate veteran alike. Whether your poodle fits in a shoulder bag or barely fits in your car, its mainstream stereotype belies its exceptional intelligence as well as its strong working and sporting heritage. Underestimate this pup at your own risk!
The goal of this project is to illuminate the tasks which the Poodle (and his cousins) were "bred to do". Any breed's job description defines good temperament, which is always breed-specific. Since form follows function, good breed-specific conformation makes the designated tasks easier to perform.
The Pet Bereavement Support Service (PBSS) offers support and understanding to bereaved pet owners through a national network of trained volunteer telephone and email befrienders, all of whom are ready to help.
Please Note: The links to other sites displayed on this page are for your information, education and entertainment only and may or may not mirror the opinions of the membership and committee of The Standard Poodle Club.