I was not aware that dreadlocks on poodles were a ‘thing’, but apparently they are. All rightie, then.
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I’m sorry, this is just wrong. Poodles, especially the standard size, are beautiful animals. Why must they suffer for their parents need to be in on the latest crazy? Heavy sigh!
I try not to judge. (Sometimes it’s pretty hard, though!)
This should be considered animal abuse. Dreadlocks on a poodle are the same as mats, and mats pull on the skin and they hurt. The owner is selfish and out for attention. Shame on him or her. Hopefully, someone will report this.
Huh, that’s interesting. So are they as bad for, say, Hungarian sheepdogs/pulik, which are almost always seen in dreads? And if so, do you know why it’s worse for poodles than it is for pulik?