Are Poodles Water Dogs?

Yes, Poodle is a term used to describe a type of dog that comes from the German “Pudel” word, which means worker or cleaner.

In general, poodles have been known as working dogs because they were bred for water hunting and retrieving prey from the water. In fact, the most common theory concerning their name is that it was derived from various German words meaning “to splash in the water.” They also often work as performing animals (i.e., circus dogs), circus attendants (i.e., trainers or show managers), assistants to police forces or customs officers, aids for blind people and others with vision problems, helpers for hearing-impaired people, law enforcement to detect drugs, explosives…

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