We specialize in Toy Poodles, which typically weigh between 6-10 lbs and stand 10 inches or under when fully grown.
It's important to note that "teacup" poodles are not a recognized size within the breed, and intentionally breeding Toy Poodles to be smaller than standard can have detrimental effects on their health and well-being.
We prioritize the health and happiness of our poodles and follow responsible breeding practices.
For detailed pricing information, please visit the 'Our Program' page on our website, where you will find all the relevant cost details.
We perform health testing on all of our breeding dogs for elbow dysplasia, hereditary eye diseases and DNA testing.
Our puppies are raised in our home and receive daily socialization with people and other dogs.
The average lifespan of a toy poodle ranges between 12-18 years.
We usually send our puppies to their forever homes when they're around 8 weeks old. It's important to note that young puppies have small bowels and bladders, and they don't gain full control over their bladder until about 5 months of age. Therefore, we recommend starting potty training when they're anywhere between 8 to 16 weeks old, depending on their individual development.
Our puppies are fed a high-quality puppy food.
The Poodle is extremely intelligent and eager to please, making them easy to train. Poodles are very sensitive to vocal intonation. Poodles can tell a lot by the tone of your voice. Today the Toy Poodle is exclusively a companion and lap dog.
The Poodle breed needs the companionship of people; in fact, they prefer it over other poodles or other animals in general. They do get very lonely when left alone a lot or for really long periods of time. If your poodle will be left alone, then consider getting another poodle for him/her to grow up with and spend time with; besides you, this is the next best thing.
Poodles are very easy-going and are non-agreesive.
Poodles love all animals, but they prefer their human company to anything else.
Poodles love kids, but children need to respect them and learn to care for them well.
Poodles are non-shedding and are often tolerated by people who have allergies.
A Poodle's coat needs to be combed and brushed to prevent matting. The poodle should be taken to a groomer about every 8 weeks for a trim.
Poodles come in a variety of colors such as blacks, blues, grays, silvers, browns, café-au-laits, and apricots. The colors can be varying shades within the coat.