deposit will hold a puppy of your choice of sex and color on unborn litters. If we do not have your choice of color or
sex, you will have the option to pick from puppies that are not reserved or get a full refund. The deposit will come
off the sale amount of the puppy.
are non-refundable unless we do not have a puppy for you.
are non-refundable on puppies already born. Deposits on unborn pups may be transferred to another litter.
shipping is available at an additional cost anywhere in the U.S.
pet/companion puppies are sold on a limited AKC registration.
puppy will be socialized to normal household activity and noise, children, other dogs, cats, and will be accustomed
grooming and bathing.
puppies are up to date on shots and worming and will be vet checked before leaving my home.
will be groomed before leaving in a traditional poodle puppy clip.
will supply you with a recommended supply list before your puppy is ready to come home so that you can prepare.
are sold on a spay/neuter contract and must be spayed/neutered by the time they reach six months old. We give a two
year written genetic health guarantee against
Dysplasia, PRA, and VwD.
Show Quality Vs Pet Quality
quality puppy is one which, in the breeder's opinion, should be able to become a champion. A pet quality puppy is less likely,
in the breeder's estimation, to become a champion. However, when buying a puppy (8 weeks to 16 weeks), trying to guess what
that puppy will look like when it is an adult is just that...a guess.
A pet quality puppy is one that has a minor fault
which would disqualify it from being shown; i.e., a white spot on the chest (or elsewhere), only one descended testicle, rounder
eye than desired, oversize or undersize Toys or Miniatures, or an improper bite.
However, the feature(s) which disqualify
these puppies from the show ring will, in no way, affect their ability to be a wonderful companion, they are strictly cosmetic.
quality puppies are sold with the AKC's limited registration form and spay/neuter contracts. The limited registration
form is a simple way of saying that although your pet is an AKC registered pure-bred dog, it cannot be bred. And if it is
bred, the offspring cannot be registered with the American Kennel Club. Using this form is the breeder's way of ensuring that
the puppy will not be bred and pass along the disqualifying feature to future generations. Neutering your dog also increases
its chances of leading a longer, healthier and happier life.
quality puppy may be priced a bit higher than a pet quality puppy.