As the breeder we reserve the right to have first pick of ANY litter.  

We will go off of our waitlist for first picks after that, and will keep those who have signed up to be on our waitlist and email list updated as new litters become available.  

If at any point we feel that you are no longer a safe or a good fit for one of our puppies, we as the breeder reserve the right to end the process and not sell to you.  We value the safety of our puppies and want the very best for them.  


At 8 to 9 weeks your puppy will be ready to go home with you.  We will offer one 30 min visitation prior to take-home day and will schedule those once deposits are made and you will be able to pick the puppy of your choice on that day.  Again the pick of the litter will be based on our waitlist and will be on a first come, first serve basis.  If you are interested in a puppy, please sign up for the waitlist or email list.  


If you are interested in breeding rights, please send us an email request after you have joined our waitlist.  We will make this decision after speaking with you and are looking to work with responsible breeders only.  The fee for breeding rights is $300 dollars and will be added to the final price of the puppy.   

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"Whether Standard, Miniature, or Toy, and either black, white, or apricot, the Poodle stands proudly among dogdom’s true aristocrats. Beneath the curly, low-allergen coat is an elegant athlete and companion for all reasons and seasons.

Poodles come in three size varieties: Standards should be more than 15 inches tall at the shoulder; Miniatures are 15 inches or under; Toys stand no more than 10 inches. All three varieties have the same build and proportions. At dog shows, Poodles are usually seen in the elaborate Continental Clip. Most pet owners prefer the simpler Sporting Clip, in which the coat is shorn to follow the outline of the squarely built, smoothly muscled body. Forget those old stereotypes of Poodles as sissy dogs.


Poodles are eager, athletic, and wickedly smart “real dogs” of remarkable versatility. The Standard, with his greater size and strength, is the best all-around athlete of the family, but all Poodles can be trained with great success."         

                                                                -American Kennel Club