Poodles can be cute, adorable, loving, devoted, amusing, and loyal. They can also be aggressive little terrors packed in pint-sized bodies. While the Poodle remains one of the most sought after breeds for a family pet, and as lovable and devoted as they can sometimes be, Poodle aggression is an issue that needs to be addressed as soon as the problem becomes noticeable. If you delay in treating the causes of Poodle aggression, irreversible damage could be done, in the way of bad habits that cannot easily be corrected. Poodle aggression can, in certain instances, get out of hand, and the dog can go overboard while reacting to different situations. The ability of the owner to recognize the signs and signals given off by the Poodle — and be able to work with the dog to assure it that everything is OK — (and that their behavior is not going to be tolerated) takes someone who is in tune with the animal and can read them very well. Aggression is just one of the problems a poodle owner may have to deal with. Training a poodle when it is young is the best way to overcome many issues.