Your example is incorrect. Wolves (Canines) were adapted to our purposes into dogs (Canines).
We have not taken a bear and changed it into a non-bear, or taken wild goats and changed them into something not-goat.
Adaptation is real, evolution, not so much.
My example of from wolves to poodles was just to illustrate a point that appearance and characteristics of a species is subject to change. I did not cite that as an example of evolution. The Wolves to domesticated dogs conversion was accomplished by humans using selective breeding techniques. In other words they exaggerated naturally occurring mutations and variations to accomplish the the type of dogs desired. Some were bred for size, others for looks, and some others for specialized tasks such as catching mice in grain storage, herding cattle, or hunting wild animals.
Evolution on the hand happens by survival of the mutants who are most likely to survive changing environments.