From the desk of Sharda Baker.
Hi and welcome everyone!
This is Sharda with your Poodle newsletter.
Today we will talk about standard Poodle collectibles!
Over time, you will find out everything you need to know as a Poodle owner and fan… and that starts right here.
Whether you own a Poodle or not, you may have Poodle collectibles in your home and if you do then you have come to the right place because this newsletter is going to be all about the collectibles.
Read on to find out more…
WHAT ARE POODLE COLLECTIBLES?
Poodle collectibles can be absolutely anything, believe it or not. It could allude to figurines of Poodle or even items for your dog, such as collars and other such Poodle products that are designed specifically to enhance the appearance of your dog.
As such, it really an extensive category that includes any number of Poodle items that you may want to collect. Even if you do not have Poodles, whether you are unable to as a result of your environment or maybe the expense these day, collecting Poodle things can be an absolute joy.
The most common Poodle collectibles out there are figures of the breed. Some may come in the form of cuddly toys whereas others will come in the form of ceramic or porcelain collectibles.
The former are often far more affordable than the latter because the more expensive and prestigious arts and crafts houses tend to put them out.
These are of course widely available, although some collectors’ items may be found if you know where to look, but you should clear a space for them in your home because they are absolutely gorgeous and should be put on display without taking a risk in terms of breaking them.
A glass fronted cabinet is ideal for such a purpose.
FINDING POODLE ITEMS AND SUPPLIES
Poodle collectibles can be found in numerous locations but the favoured place for most collectors today is online. The Internet holds a vast array of Poodle products, from some of those Poodle collectibles outlined above right through to Poodle supplies for your dog.
It may be that you want to collect novelty collars for your Poodle instead of ceramic figurines.
Either way, a quick Internet search will provide you with plenty of outlets to search through.
Before you do actually begin to buy Poodle collectibles, you may like to take a look at the reputations of those selling the items.
Always buy from reputable sites because it is those companies that offer the best value and the products they promise you in the first place.
There are plenty of providers that offer Poodle supplies at home and overseas that can be trusted and taking a little time to discover them will save you a lot of heartache and money.
Consumer reviews of companies are ideal for this purpose because you will soon come to learn about any issues that people have had with them in the past.
Always try to order something small and inexpensive the first time just in case. So there you have it – a quick introduction to Poodle collectibles and where to find them.
I hope you have enjoyed this newsletter and are a bit more informed if you are considering beginning a collection.
One final tip though – if you do plan to start collecting Poodle items of any sort, you should check out how much you can afford to spend on them from the first time you buy them.
Never stretch your budget so far that you cannot afford to pay the bills or eat.
On that note I will say goodbye for now – until later people!
All the best and take care