How many times to feed your miniature poodle?
you should feed your poodle depending on how big it is if your poodle is 10lbs. maybe twice a day but in small portions
A groomed miniature poodle should look like any groomed poodle you have ever seen except shrunk or enlarged to be the size of a miniature poodle (11-15 inches tall). Like any poodle a miniature poodle could have many different haircuts. A show groomed poodle should have straight hair that sticks out from the body evenly and short evenly clipped hair on at least the face and paws.
There are many dog lovers who love both and either size. If you have a big yard for the larger standard size they make wonderful pets and friends for life. The miniature size grows to be about 13 pounds approx. and are still small enough to sit or lay on your lap. So to sum up the answer I would say "you" need to decide which size would be good for you.
I asked my veterinarian once if I could walk my miniature poodle for an hour in reasonable weather, at the time my male dog was five and a half months old and had all his shot including rabies. He said an hour wouldn't hurt him (walking) and could probably do more. We have taken him walking for an hour and he didn't seem very tired at all. We did take water to offer him occasionally…
I don't quite understand this question, if per say you give nine dogs to get a miniture poodle then yes, if you're saying breeding a miniture poodle to nine different dogs then yes, but if you're saying nine PUPPIES it's different then dogs and no. It doesn't matter how many are in the litter it's not to much if they've got help from a supportive owner.
Assuming that you mean, "How much does a miniature poodle cost", the answer is it varies from breeder to breeder. You can also find many purebred dogs at animal shelters where the cost is much cheaper to adopt. You just need to take the time and do your homework on the issue. Research online, there are many sites dedicated to finding homes for animals of all types such as petfinder and petango.
There are three official ones in common use, the standard, the miniature, and the toy, while Belgian FCI recognises a Medium, between Standard and Miniature. Any other names are strictly marketing terms made by people wanting their puppies to sound special - 'teacup' is a form of undersized Toy poodle, more of an unhealthy runt size.