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    Hi there, can anybody tell me what sort of dog this is in the attached,
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    looks like a toy poodle
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    Poodle?? Toy or miniature?? Poodle X. Sorry I'm used to seeing them at shows where the face is clipped.

    I'm not sure how dark the apricot is when young. Or it could be a red, but I don't know how popular the newish red colour is??
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    Toy Poodle. Very cute.



    And the red? About as popular as blue in Staffords...

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    Yep, it's a toy poodle puppy, my guess about 4-5 months old. We have one that comes to the grooming salon and it looked just like that when it was that age.

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    Thanks everyone, a friend said it was, got the picture off a Chinese website. The nose looked a little short.

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    Apricot colored Toy Poodle.
    You would be surprised how long his muzzle would be with a good clip!

    If you are looking at buying a "colored" poodle such as Apricot, Red, Silver or Chocolate remember that the colors change as they grow.
    Reds and Apricots almost always fade as the puppy grows.
    Silvers are actually born black and the color clears to silver over time (can take up to 12 months)
    White poodles are born a cream color, and can even have almost apricot furnishings which clear over time.
    Chocolate tends to fade with age as well.

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