Standard Poodle Puppy!
Priced at $2500. Let Terry know if interested. Call 970-568-7585. This is a landline so please no texts. Reference this puppy, “Eureka” — and we will call you back ASAP.
Standard Poodle Puppy Profile from Tahoe and Magic Born Nov. 6th., 2020 The “California Towns and Cities” Litter Puppy Profile (Tested at 9 weeks)
All of these puppies will be sweet-natured, tolerant and gentle with a moderate energy level.
These profiles are for comparative purposes only. Seven weeks is too young for a definitive personality profile. These tests are given in order to help prospective new owners pick a suitable puppy for their lifestyle. As puppies mature many factors go into determining a puppy’s personality. Added is the short description that best suits the puppy at this time.
1 2 3 4 5 “3” is average for Goldendoodles in general
Our veterinarian, Dr. Richard Wheeler, has examined each puppy and found them to be very healthy.
Name: “Eureka” Female Very light apricot with white markings $2500
Energy Level: 2+ Interest in People: 5 Boldness: 3 Fearfulness: 3
Dominance: 2 Tolerance: 4 Retrieving Interest: Average
Eureka! We found her! This beautiful puppy has blossomed into a sweet, willing, sensitive and intuitive youngster. When she was surrounded by the competition of her many littermates she presented as somewhat aloof. However, with her littermates leaving one by one she has started to really come forward and has demonstrated a very sweet, interested and willing side of her that just was not apparent when she had so many pushy, demanding littermates to compete with. When it was just she and one brother I started noticing that she was much more outgoing and desiring of attention and “people time”. Now, with her brother having left she has become the sweet, interactive, willing and sensitive puppy that she truly is. Is she still a bit of a Diva? Of Course! She’s a stunningly beautiful, conformationally correct, incredibly intelligent standard poodle! How could she not be? But — now her true personality is shining through and I REALLY like this puppy. She will be fun to live with, easier-than-average to train, calmer than the average puppy and oh! So smart and beautiful! She will also be BIG! So — be forewarned. She may reach 65 pounds — maybe even 70. But, she is a CALM puppy. She is an incredibly WILLING puppy. So — those traits combined with her smarts will be a WHOLE lot easier to live with compared to the AVERAGE puppy. Average she is not.
Poodle /Pointer Puppies!
ALL OF THESE PUPPIES HAVE BEEN SPOKEN FOR! Stay Tuned!
Benelli/Bandit puppies born Nov. 24th., 2020 Reservation List:
First Pick: Terry, Powder Valley Poodles
Second Pick: Kelly F. (Loveland, CO)
Third Pick: Tera J. (Castle Rock, CO)
4th: Robbi G. (Carr, CO)
5th: Margaret T. (W. VA) (trains service dogs for veterans)
6th: Emma E. (Fort Collins, CO)
Mom is “Benelli”, an excellent hunting German Shorthaired Pointer. Dad is “Bandit”, one of our beautiful standard poodle studs. (See Photos Above) The puppies should mature around 50 to 65 pounds for the girls and 55 to 70 for the boys. There is lots of color in this litter and I’m also thinking that there will be some excellent hunters and more importantly — WONDERFUL family companions and children’s playmates. They will be half and half so there will be a little shedding. Puppies will sell for $1200 to $1500. Let Terry know ASAP if interested in one of these GREAT family dogs! Call 970-568-7585 (landline, no texts, please!)
Note about the German Shorthaired Pointer: The GSHP is a breed that has been around for a very long time. They have been used as hunting dogs and family companions for many, many years. They have such an excellent all-round dependable temperament and their scenting ability is so strong, combined by their friendliness and physical soundness that the United States Government has offered good, reputable breeders of the GSHP monetary incentives to produce more puppies to be trained for government service. The TSA, the DEA, the US Dept. of Agriculture and the secret service. The US government needs bomb-sniffers, drug-sniffers and fruit-sniffers — all in a dog that won’t be a danger to someone’s toddler who breaks away, runs up to the working dog and throws his or her arms around it. This very scenario happened to me while working in a very crowded mall with — thank God — a 115 pound German shepherd who loved kids. With a lot of working dogs that could have been a disaster. With the average GSHP it would not be anything more than a break in it’s focus, a good face licking and a lot of stubby tail wagging. This temperament and dependability is why I have chosen the GSHP to cross with my standard poodle studs. My goal is for these dogs to be less shedding, keenly intelligent and intuitive working dogs for people with mental or physical disabilities and WONDERFUL, kid-friendly family companions.