Poodles are one of the oldest known dog breeds. Stamped coins carvings, and artwork depicting similar dogs, have been found dating
as far back as ancient Egypt. They have been used as water dogs, for hunting birds, and retrieval. They are known for their high intellect
and trainability, agility, gentle nature, athletic ability, sociability, as well as their tactile, and hypo-allergenic qualities. Repeatedly they are ranked second in the world when it comes to obedience and working intelligence. They are beat only by the Border Collie who is not as well suited to work as a Service Dog for a variety of reasons. Interestingly the dog breeds that are most commonly used in service work such as German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers and Labrador Retrievers are actually ranked much lower. In addition to their incredible obedience and working intelligence, poodles are also ranked at the very top when it comes to instinctive and adaptive intelligence. This is why many of our dogs are already alerting to medical conditions instinctively at only a few months of age.
Our dogs have come from generations of American, AKC & UKC Champion Standard Poodles. These championships consist of conformation, obedience and working classes. Our poodles are between 21 to 28 inches tall on average and usually weigh between 35-85 pounds. Our pups are raised in home environments, and exposed early to all sorts of different social situations.
Not only are they excellent family pets, they have made amazing service dogs. They are intelligent, intuitive, gentle, trainable, athletic, playful, they settle quietly in social settings, get along well with adults and children alike, and respond quickly to any opportunity to assist their handlers.
The "parti" poodles are a combination of white, with another color. They can be shades from black to silver, brown, apricot to creme and white. The blacks may stay solid or fade to silver. White and creme will fade to white as they mature.
They are very impressive looking and have been chosen as subjects in famous works of art throughout history.
All of our breeding dogs live in guardian homes as spoiled family pets or in some cases as service dogs. Each female has no more than 1 litter per year and we do not start breeding them until they are fully matured. Our dams and sires are in excellent physical and mental condition.