Toy Poodles On the Horizon!
We are going to hold off taking more deposits on Tootie and Flyer’s litter until we know how many are born. We have several deposits and I don’t want to disappoint people.
Our International and National Champion girl, “Tootie” and little 5 pound boy “Flyer” are expecting their first litter together due around the second week of August, 2019. These puppies will mature with some very small, like dad, Flyer, and some being bigger, like 10 pound mom, Tootie, and most being in the middle at 7 to 8 pounds.
We should see black puppies, red puppies and maybe some sable or apricot puppies. It will be exciting to see what these two produce! Call Terry soon to reserve your puppy. Toy poodles are getting hard to find. 970-568-7585 (landline — no texts please)
We are going to hold off taking more deposits on Gabby and Vinny’s litter. We have several and I don’t want to disappoint people
Gabby (left) and Vinny (right) are expecting their next litter of Miniature and Toy poodle puppies due July 25th., 2019. These beautiful puppies — some maturing in the 11 to 12 pound range and some maturing in the 6 to 8 pound range (with most somewhere in the middle) — will be sweet, playful, engaging and very, very, pretty. Gabby and Vinny typically give us red sable, phantom, apricot and dark sable. Occasionally, we’ll also see a black puppy from their litters. Deposits are $100 and will hold your puppy until it is old enough to go home at 8 weeks of age. The order in which people get to pick out their puppies is determined by the order in which the deposits have come in — so get yours in soon. Call Terry first at 970-568-7585 (landline — no texts, please). For examples of what color and color patterns to expect from this pair go to our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Other Litters on the Horizon
- Standard Goldendoodles from Flash (standard poodle red and white parti-color girl) and Elvis, Jr. (golden retriever boy)
- Yorkie/Poodle puppies from Truffles and Flyer
- Mini goldendoodles from Tahoe and Robbie
Remember, it is never to early to put a deposit on an upcoming litter.