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How long do Standard Poodles live?

How long do Standard Poodles live?
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Written by Zeeshan Baladi
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When thinking to add a new companion in the form of a dog in your life, it is always good to know beforehand, “How long do standard poodles live.” It helps you to set up an idea in your mind that as long as the pup lives, you will commit to caring for it.

Hence, when you take buying a standard poodle into consideration, you will want to know about the average life expectancy of a standard poodle.

The average lifespan of this canine is 12-15 years. But a physically fit Standard Poodle old age was surveyed to be around 18 years.

While the life expectancy of any dog is determined through various factors, a lot of them will be discussed below in this article.

So, stick around and learn more about them.

How long do Standard Poodles Live?

A study was done on 83 Standard Poodles which revealed that the average life expectancy of a medium-sized canine is 12-15 years. The oldest standard Poodle was seen to live up to 18 years of age.

If your pet is not well and is suffering from some kind of disease then you should be more cautious because certain disorders are known to cause early deaths in Standard Poodles.

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What do Standard Poodles Usually Die from?

If we talk in general, a Standard poodle is one of the healthiest dog breeds that live a good amount of life, but certain causes can shorten the life of your pooch.

Want to know them? When you will know the reasons for what makes the life of your poodle lesser, you will be able to take precautionary steps to improve its lifespan.

Either it is a Standard, Miniature, or Toy poodle, all of them suffers through many common health problems including collapsed trachea, thyroid issues, hip dysplasia, epilepsy, hypoglycemia, and progressive retinal atrophy.

All of these problems should not be taken for granted because they might lead to some very serious fatal conditions.

Heart attack, bleeding disorder, and cancer are the more frequent reasons for the death of your dog.

In the case of cancer, the earlier the detection will be, the faster it will be for the pup to overcome the disease. Through surgery, Chemotherapy, and Radiation therapy cancer in dogs can be treated.

By reducing the risk factors, you can reduce the chances of getting a heart attack in the canine; give them a healthy balanced diet and take them to the vet regularly.

Note: Nasal sprays or topical products can be the cure for bleeding disorders.

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What Health Problems do Standard Poodles have?

Unlike the other breeds of dogs, poodles are at a higher risk of getting canine health problems. Health problem mainly depends on the kind of Poodle breed and their sizes. Poodle-owner must be aware of all the common health problems as well as their treatments to prevent their doggy from suffering from diseases that can cause inconvenience to them.

Common Health concerns are Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Hip dysplasia, Epilepsy, Gastrointestinal disorders, and Thyroid issues.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy

It is a hazardous eye disease that can lead to blindness. The retina of the eye is affected simultaneously in both eyes.

Epilepsy

It is the most common disorder faced by poodles. If a canine has epilepsy, they will depict a combination of symptoms which may involve drooling, walking in place or pacing, unresponsiveness, confusion, stiff limbs, sudden unconsciousness, difficulty breathing, or other strange movements.

Hip Dysplasia

This happens when a Poodle’s hip joint becomes unstable or worsens. The condition is reckoned to be hereditary and usually affects when the hip socket doesn’t form correctly, causing it to become dislocated.

Thyroid issue

 An ordinary hormonal problem seen in Poodles is canine hypothyroidism, which appears from insufficient levels of thyroid hormones. Symptoms involve hair loss, weight gain, a weak immune system, and excessive hunger.

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Do poodles get attached to one person?

Poodles are not meant to be house pets but because of their skills like socialization and trainability, the breeds are put forward as pets for a family.

This breed loves to be cared for; they are attention seekers, but sometimes a question arises that do Poodles get attached to just one person?

The very short answer for this is ‘yes’, poodles can show affection towards a single person.

From the whole family, they pick up one person of their choice to be their best buddy and also want that person to care for them.

They get jealous when the person to whom they are emotionally attached does not give them the attention they need.

But don’t worry! They do not have as much enviousness as in dogs like Australian Shepherd, and Golden Retriever.

Why are Poodles so mean?

Without proper socialization, poodles may become frightened and anxious. This anxiety can lead to aggression and fear biting and poses a threat to owners and other animals. There are several reasons why Poodles are so mean?

If they are born in an offensive or negligent environment or separated from their mother at an early age then it can cause distrust and fear among the puppies which ultimately leads to their aggressive behavior.

Most poodles are hostile because they either think they are superior or they are afraid. Normally dogs, especially poodles are not stated as hostile ones. They have a very sharp sense of instinctual behavior. Poodles were originated as water retrievers (hunting dogs) so this can be one of the reasons why they have a sense of superiority over the other dogs which leads to their mean attitude.

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How long do Goldendoodles Live?

In North America, Goldendoodles have been bred since the 1990s. These cute pups are the best family pets that have very loving, curious, and loyal behavior.

Being the crossbreed of Golden Retriever and a Poodle, Goldendoodles live up to the average of 12 to 14 years.

Many factors can shorten the life of a Goldendoodle. To let your pet live happy and long, consider the following tips:

The most important secret towards a long flourishing life is a high level of activity and a healthy lifestyle and to get that, a:

  • Balanced diet
  • A great deal of exercise
  • Social interaction
  • Love and  attention

Is required.

How Long do Labradoodles Live?

The life expectancy of a Labradoodle is mainly determined by their poodle parents that are toy, miniature, and standard.

When you have a Labradoodle that comes into being by the crossing over of a standard poodle and a Labrador, you can expect your pet to live an average of 12 years because both of its parents live around 12 years.

Normally, small dogs live longer and when your canine is a mixed breed of toy or miniature poodle, the longevity of your pet will be a bit longer. So, when your lab is combined with any of these two little creatures, you can anticipate them to live a little longer – a year or two maybe.

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Takeaway

A famous saying quotes that there is nothing certain in this world except death. As a pet-owner, you should always ensure that your pup’s health is in the right direction because it can determine “How long will your Standard Poodle live.?”The average life duration of 12-14 years can be lengthened by taking timely decisions. In this article, you’ll know everything regarding standard poodle life expectancy.

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