Poochie, a tustus, and a poodle are two dogs from Australia who share a similar name.
They are known for their pudgy, floppy ears, and cute personalities.
Their fur can range from black to white, but it is a combination of both.
Their pudginess and short ears are a sign of being very healthy.
They can be easily picked up by other dogs, and they are also good candidates for socializing.
They do not require any special care.
A poodle, on the other hand, is a larger, more muscular dog.
They have a short, floppy, and wrinkled coat.
They need to be treated with care to prevent them from getting the condition.
Poodles do not have to be kept indoors, but they do need to stay at least a few feet away from other dogs.
Their ears can get so big that they are hard to pick up by any other dog.
When the dog is in a crate or confined space, they can’t be used as a walking companion.
They prefer to be petted and play with other dogs and other people.
Tustuses are smaller dogs who have long ears.
They usually have a round head and round ears.
Both dogs have long tails.
Both are also very cute.
Tugs and poodles are also dogs with a short tail.
They tend to be smaller than their larger cousins, and their fur can be quite curly.
Both can have their ears long.
Tug and poodle can be used for walks or walks in the park.
They also can be found in the backyard or on the street.
A Tustuse is not necessarily a dog that will cause problems, but there is always a risk.