||Very good combination of two very unique breeds. The very laid-back temperament of the Great Pyrenees mixes well with the active Poodle personality for a fun home companion dog.
||55 ? 95
||Depends on the color of the poodle parent, and can be black, white, cream, biscuit, brown, sable with or without white markings
||Thick, plush, relatively long. Usually somewhat wavy. Can be curly depending upon the generation. F1 generation does shed
||Relatively relaxed, not hyper but with good watch dog traits, happy worker, quick learner, intelligent, and willing to please
||Depends on the coat type, but a thorough brushing at least weekly is required. Clipping required on some. Bathing every one to three months is prudent.
||Obedience training is recommended.
||A fairly active dog, especially compared to the Great Pyrenees, daily activity is necessary. Many are good swimmers and most retrieve.
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