Standard Poodle Puppies
Watch For Up-dates For Red AKC Standard Poodle Puppies
Planned For September 2020!
Ginger & Sundance! Bred July 09, 2020!
Photos of the parents of this expected red litter will be posted soon!
We had our Vet do an ultrasound with Cinnamon and he confirmed that she is not pregnant.
We will plan a breeding with her at a later date!
Chaz is my little helper in socializing our baby puppies! They always have so much fun together!
BELOW IS A CRIMSON AND RED SKY HAWK II PUPPY
Solid Dark Red With A Small White Marking On Chest/Little bit on chin Very Nice Form & Smooth Movement! Good natural stance when he is standing attentively.
Parents: CRIMSON & RED SKY HAWK II
CRIMSON is a gentle and loving dog. She is the sunshine of my heart because she just simply makes me smile with her funny and gentle mannerisms. She is unique in that she is unlike most dogs. She is quiet, gentle, and observant. One of her favorite things is that she loves to gently nudge you with her nose for affection. Crimson carries the true red and apricot genes of Palmares, Majestic, and Shangri-la lines. She makes beautiful healthy deep red and rich apricot-red puppies that are pleasing to everyone that sees them. Her puppies always have nice correct black pigmented points. She stands about 25 inches at the withers and is about 50 pounds.
RED SKY HAWK ll
RED SKY HAWK II is a robust and hearty kind of poodle guy. He loves to explore, run, and then come back to be near you. He is a nice dog with great stance and movement. Red Sky Hawk stands about 25 inches at the withers and is about 55 pounds. His lines carry the old red foundational lines to include Majestic, Shangri’ La, and Palmares. It is these lines that research indicates that are necessary to produce the true red lines that stay red when the puppies become adults. The old foundational lines are predominately red and apricot lines. We are Blessed to have Red Sky Hawk II. He is a true treasure because he has a way of lifting your spirits with his own doggy enthusiasm for life, love, and play.
We raise AKC Standard Poodle Puppies. We offer various colors from health proven lines. Some come from Championship and Grand Championship lines. All of our standard poodle puppies come with a one year genetic health contract guarantee.
About Standard Poodle Puppies: Standard Poodles old and young are smart and can make fantastic pets and loyal family members! Standard Poodle Puppies are a very unique breed that are known for their high intelligence, ease of training, and loyalty to their families. In the past they have been popular in circus events because they are very trainable and beautiful in the ring or spotlight! As standard poodle puppies grow and mature it is as if they understand almost everything you say to them! Because standard poodle puppies catch on fast; many of our new puppy owners proudly tell us that they have found their standard poodle puppy to be easy to train and handle. That makes us feel good too because we know they are loving spending quality time with their new puppy. Under a good consistent training schedule your puppy will love impressing you with all the things he or she can learn from you! Like ringing a bell to go outdoors or fetching his leash to you for a walk. Some of our new puppy owners tell us they have even taught their puppies to give the high five! Part of the joy of owning and loving your puppy is the proud moments when your puppy learns something you have trained her or him to do all by yourself. Depending on the training; it can get expensive. You can hire others to do basic training for you, but you may find that It isn’t that hard to do yourself. And your adoring puppy will love you for it. Your puppy or older dog is a commitment. Including any training you want her or him to learn. Training your new standard poodle puppy can be lots of good wholesome one on one fun for the whole family! There are many free training videos available to you on line today. Puppies will most likely have short attention spans but your poodle puppy may begin learning around 7 to 8 weeks old. If you are not sure how to go about it but want more advanced training you can talk to your veterinarian. He or she may be able to give you more information about trainers in your area. You may also check your yellow pages to find one that is right for you.