Cherrymoya and Zydeco Litter
My Cherrymoya and Zydeco had their litter of three females on August 25, 2019, but only one red female is still available.
Here is Cherry. She is red and 7 pounds. I don't have a picture that is good enough of her to show her real beauty, but here is Zydeco (his father was an AKC champion).
This is their little red female who is still available. She is so incredibly sweet. Her favorite place in the world is in my lap to watch TV with me. She should be about 6 pounds full grown.
Rosebud and Primo Litter
Rosebud, my 7-pound, red, funny poodle, and Primo, my gorgeous, 7-pound son of Hercules (my fabulous show boy seen on the first page of my website) had their litter of one splendiferous red female on October 27.
Here's a video of their baby at about 9 weeks of age (alongside her mother and two older puppies).
Whisper and Zydeco Litter
Little Whisper and Zydeco had their first litter together on August 30. There are three adorable puppies, 2 boys, and 1 girl.
I don't yet have a good picture of Whisper as she is so quick, preferring to zip past the camera instead of stop for a moment for me to take a picture. I will post one as soon as I can.
This is the only female in this litter. She is an apricot. She is available.
Esmerelda and Redford Litter
Esmerelda, my 10-pound, solid black female, and Monsieur Le Redford, my 7-pound, red male, had a litter on December 7. There were four females.
Here is a video of their litter at four weeks of age:
Adults and Rescues
I get dozens of requests from people looking for an adult poodle. It seems there are some breeders out there that discard their adults after they can no longer whelp or sire litters. Of course, this isn't in the best interest of the poodle, only the breeder. I guess they can't be bothered with the maintenance of an older poodle, or care for more than their money-makers. More often than not, my parent poodles are "lifers" and will live with me their whole lives. Very infrequently, if I ever have an adult poodle that I feel will be able to get on just as well with a new family, I adopt out that poodle with a spay/neuter contract. And yes, I have rescued poodles outside of my pedigrees. One was a deaf/blind poodle that another reputable breeder didn't have the heart to put down but had a big family and no time to take care of a handicapped poodle. That wonderful breeder recognized that the little toy poodle had an exceedingly high desire to survive so she gave her to me. Rai (named for Ray Charles) is alive, happy, and protected in my care. She doesn't know she is handicapped and has actually learned how to give me her paw and to come on command (the signal is blowing air in her direction).
I realize that even with the best intentions of breeding the most perfect poodles we can find, not all poodles are born perfect. I'm trying to do my part as a breeder to take in the imperfect poodles no one else wants. I'm not just some inactive member of some organization but work with rescues in my area who have agreed to bring me their matted, dirty, unrecognizable poodle and I will clean and groom them. attend to the eye, ear, and dental care and make them beautiful again as they were born to be. This way the rescues will have a greater chance to find wonderful, loving homes for their poodle rescues.