Our first litter of Standard Poodles is here, we have apricot boys and girls and 1 white boy. they were born October 29th, They will be ready to go home on December 24th ready for Christmas. both parents are loving and play full and very smart dogs. their price is $1800.00
The parents of this litter are our Standard Poodle Champion Sired Sophie she is apricot and our White Standard Poodle Charlie Both dogs are CKC register.
Poodles ranked second most intelligent dog breed just behind the Border Collie The Poodle is skillful in many dog sports and activities, including agility obedience, tracking to herding, circus performers and assistance dogs. Poodles have taken top honors in many conformation shows, including “Best in Show” in l991 and 2002 and at the World Dog Show in 2007 and 2010.
The Poodle is an active, intelligent and elegant dog squarely build, and well proportioned. The eyes should be very dark oval in shape and have an alert and intelligent expression, the coat should be of naturally curly texture, dense throughout most AKC show dogs have a lion cut or other similarly shaven look. They could be considered hypoallergenic (though not completely allergen free) The poodle does shed but instead of the fur coming off the dog, it becomes tangled in the surrounding hair. This can lead to matting without proper care. Texture ranges from coarse and wooly to soft and wavy.
They required both physical and intellectual activities. Of note is this breed’s keen sense for instinctive behavior. In particular, marking and hunting drives are more readily observable in poodles than in most other breeds. Atypical poodle should be reserved with strangers upon first introduction, but after a while should slowly reveal a warm and personable disposition. Snappy vicious behavior is considered a serious fault in the breed.
Poodles are highly trainable dogs that typically exceed in obedience training. A poodle will do well at many dog sports including dog agility, flyball, dock diving, and field tracking and can follow owners on hiking trips or any trip ;involving swimming, as long as the dog is accustomed to water and swimming.
They are highly recommended for families with children. They have a kindly demeanor and love playing games. As with all dogs and babies, introductions should be gradual, though most Standards will tolerate a baby and learn to be gentle and will respect toddlers so long as the child is supervised. A Standard Poodle will be fine in a family with many children provided the environment is stable, orderly, and relaxed, with enough room for the dog to go out and retire to if needed. Miniature and Toy varieties tend to have less patience with young children and might find certain children’s antics to much to handle. They are barkers, likely to bite out of fear and thus are better suited to homes with teenagers or older children.
Poodles dislike being left alone or left out of the family fun and some get anxious at being left in the house along for long periods of time.