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Flamn Cherry (ID 2068)

Here is a dark red baby girl that is sure to melt your heart! Just a goregous tiny baby that is going to make the perfect purse pet. Great happy personality and loves to give puppy kisses... She is tiny from tiny lines and this nice red is hard to find! Cherry is color bred red with most the dogs on her 5 gen ped being reds! She does have the tiniest bit of white on her chest but it is barely...

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Puppy ID#: 2068 Breed: Poodle
Name: Flamn Cherry Gender: Female
Color: Dark Red Date of Birth: May 18, 2012 (321 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 08/10/2012 Registry: AKC and 5 generation pedigree with champs
Dad's Weight: 3.5 Mom's Weight: 5 lbs

The exquisite Poodle originated in Germany where it was called Pudelhund and is the current national breed of France where it was once used as a water retriever. The Poodle is a very elegant breed and has been a world renowned favorite of dog shows for many, many years.

The Poodle is available in three sizes: Standard, toy, and miniature and their thick, curly, single coats come in various colors including black, white, and apricot. The Poodle is highly intelligent and easily trainable, rewarding their owners with a sense of pride and profound loyalty. They are also very sociable and love to be primped and pampered and are highly intelligent making them easy to train. Poodles make great family dogs and are exceptional with children but miniatures should be supervised during play to prevent injury to child or dog.

How to care for your Poodle puppy: Your adorable Poodle puppy needs daily brushing to prevent mats and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks to keep the coat healthy. Poodles need moderate exercise such as a brisk daily walk or playtime in the family yard. Feed your puppy a high quality dry kibble and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Training and proper socialization starting at an early age will help your Poodle puppy grow into a well-mannered, regal adult.

What to look for when choosing a Poodle puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that is bright, active and playful. The coat should be healthy, clean and curly and the teeth should be well formed and intact. A reputable breeder that offers Poodle puppies for sale will have good advice for training and diet as well as recommend the proper size puppy that will fit you and your family. Poodles are notorious snugglers and easy to love so it's a good idea to have extra space in your bed and in your heart for this charming breed.

Chocolate Bonbon (ID 2074)

Little chocolate bonbon is a gorgeous chocolate baby girl that is playful and very sweet poodle. She loves to be carried around and will do the cutest little dance for a treat. She has that babydoll face and petite body everyone seems o want in a tiny poodle. Bonbon is ready now, so call us, this little baby wont last long!

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Puppy ID#: 2074 Breed: Poodle
Name: Chocolate BonBon Gender: Female
Color: chocolate Date of Birth: May 28, 2012 (320 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 08/11/2012 Registry: APRI
Dad's Weight: 3 Mom's Weight: 4.5 lbs

The exquisite Poodle originated in Germany where it was called Pudelhund and is the current national breed of France where it was once used as a water retriever. The Poodle is a very elegant breed and has been a world renowned favorite of dog shows for many, many years.

The Poodle is available in three sizes: Standard, toy, and miniature and their thick, curly, single coats come in various colors including black, white, and apricot. The Poodle is highly intelligent and easily trainable, rewarding their owners with a sense of pride and profound loyalty. They are also very sociable and love to be primped and pampered and are highly intelligent making them easy to train. Poodles make great family dogs and are exceptional with children but miniatures should be supervised during play to prevent injury to child or dog.

How to care for your Poodle puppy: Your adorable Poodle puppy needs daily brushing to prevent mats and professional grooming is recommended every 4-6 weeks to keep the coat healthy. Poodles need moderate exercise such as a brisk daily walk or playtime in the family yard. Feed your puppy a high quality dry kibble and brush their teeth weekly to prevent dental issues. Training and proper socialization starting at an early age will help your Poodle puppy grow into a well-mannered, regal adult.

What to look for when choosing a Poodle puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that is bright, active and playful. The coat should be healthy, clean and curly and the teeth should be well formed and intact. A reputable breeder that offers Poodle puppies for sale will have good advice for training and diet as well as recommend the proper size puppy that will fit you and your family. Poodles are notorious snugglers and easy to love so it's a good idea to have extra space in your bed and in your heart for this charming breed.