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Bolognese is usually known as a white fur ball of charm. This breed descended from the Bichon family and he is the cousin of the other small, white breeds such as Havanese, Bichon Frise, Maltese, and Coton de Tulear. This breed’s character is very calm but also very playful. They are very attached to their human family and may become anxious if they are left alone for a long time. They are happiest when they are involved in family activities. This breed behaves very well with young kids and other pets but unfriendly with strangers. This is why they make excellent watchdogs. Bolognese is a very intelligent breed, very easy to train, and eager to please. They have a moderate energy level; they require daily walks and playtime. The Bolognese weighs between 7 and 12 pounds, and its size is 9 to 12 inches.
These proud, fluffy pups were originally hunting dogs in northern Europe. Poodles are extremely intelligent and easily trained dogs, and are fun to be around. They are often used in service and therapy work because of their devoted and pleasant personalities. Poodles are the only breed that come in three sizes (Standard, Miniature and Toy), and they do very well with children and other pets. They are fairly active; they enjoy swimming, running, and retrieving. Although nobody can make guarantees about allergies, Poodles are frequently known as hypoallergenic because they have human-like hair instead of fur.