Standard Poodle Puppies

Keja Kennels and Sintaro Kennels would like to announce the new litter of Standard Poodle Puppies. They were born on 3-12-2011. Three boys and four girls. Call or email today to reserve one of these beautiful puppies.

 Can/Int/Mex Ch Sintaro Repeat Performance "Pete" Can/Int Ch Keja Edition Fine Spun Silk "Fina" Can/Int/Mex Ch Sintaro Repeat Performance "Pete"

Can/Int Ch Keja Edition Fine Spun Silk "Fina"

Standard Poodle PuppiesStandard Poodle PuppiesHere are some pictures of the puppies from this breeding.

 

2 comments (Add your own)

1. Liudvikas wrote:
Merle is not an accepted color in poeldos. Not likely to find a RESPONSIBLE breeder of one anywhere. A responsible breeder will:1) be breeding to the breed's standard..no teacup, micro, mini, imperial, king, or other goofy term for runts or oversized dogs. No intentional rare , meaning unaccepted by the breed standard, colors either.2) will be actively showing or working the parents.3) will have genetic health testing done, such as OFA or PennHip, CERF, VonWillebrand's, etc.4) will give you the results of that testing in writing5) insists on spay/neuter for pet pups.6) has a contract citing the spay/neuter clause and also offering to take back the pup at any time for any reason for the rest of its life.7) is open, honest, and available to the new owner, and can talk aobut their breed for hours.8) does a home check before placing a pup, and will turn down homes that might not be suitable for a pup of their breed.9) does not put money above the well-being of their animals.If the breeder you are considering doesn't fit these guidelines, find a better breeder. You are more likely to get a mentally and physically healthy pup from a responsible breeder.

Wed, April 18, 2012 @ 6:40 AM

2. Idil wrote:
There isn't a huge number of rebalupte breeders with that many dogs. Usually people who breed so many puppies are well known among others involved with the particular breed and will get referrals from all over the country, and often even from foreign countries. Despite the fact that they sell so many puppies, these breeders aren't making much profit, if any. Breeding dogs is just a hobby for them; their actual income comes from their day job.edit: There are also lots of breeders that don't actually keep all the dogs on their own property. It's common for a breeder to co-own a dog that they can use for breeding, but that is kept by the other co-owner.There are also some breeders who have partners, so that they both use the same kennel name and share the same dogs, but often live in different cities.

Thu, July 12, 2012 @ 6:39 PM

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