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Where Can I Buy Poodle Puppies

Black Maple Standard Poodles is a family-operated breeder in Southern California near Temecula. They have been breeding and raising Poodles since 2012. Their hands-on approach ensures their Poodle puppies in California are healthy, well-socialized, and have a consistent temperament.

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Their dams and sires are health-tested and cleared to guarantee you the healthiest Poodle puppies that are free of genetic diseases. You can check out all the test results every adult Poodle that has undergone testing on their website. We like that they are completely open and honest about their health testing.

Their Poodle puppies come in a variety of coat colors from phantoms, tri coloring and merle coloring. The price of a Poodle ranges between $1500 to $3000 for both small and standard Poodles. The prices are according to the registration, sex, color, pattern, and conformation.

The Poodle puppies are raised in their own home and come in 6 main coat colors: cream, silver, red, blue, apricot, and black. When their Poodle puppies in California are ready to go home, they will have their initial shots done, dewormed, and have their tails docked long. They will also be AKC registered and come with a 1-year health guarantee.

Poodles puppies in California are extremely popular. There are tons of reputable Poodle breeders in California, and our list just scratches the surface. On the other hand, there are also several backyard breeders and puppy mills selling cheap puppies that may not be healthy.

Garrett loves animals and is a huge advocate for all Doodle dog breeds. He owns his own Goldendoodle named Kona. In addition, he volunteers at the Humane Society of Silicon Valley, where he fosters dogs and helps animals. Garrett enjoys writing about Doodles and believes that dogs can teach humans more about how to live than humans can teach a dog.

From the time you apply for your puppy to the exciting moment you first take your puppy home, we are with you every step of the way. We welcome your questions and offer a lifetime of support as you raise your poodle puppy. You can always email us at or give Johnna a call at 256-694-4547.

The first step to adding one of our Standard Poodle puppies to your home is to fill out a Puppy Application. Before applying, we recommend browsing through the sections of our website to better understand the Standard Poodle breed in general, our philosophy, and how a Standard Poodle might fit into your family.

Occasionally bonus babies will be born and those pups are placed on the website when available. You can visit and decide if one of these pups is a good match for you. We are a small breeding program and carefully plan our puppies to ensure they go to good homes.

Once the puppies are born, the fun begins! We send photos and videos to our puppy parents-to-be so they can watch the development of the puppies. Our puppies are loved, cared for, and raised as part of our family from birth until they head off to their new homes. Prior to leaving our home, each puppy will be vet checked, given their first vaccinations, microchipped, and administered de-wormer. A puppy packet will be sent home with each puppy that includes the puppy's health record from our vet and other important information. We also offer a health guarantee on all puppies.

Standard poodles in general are an active, intelligent breed. Most of our puppies do well in a variety of situations. However, there are certain puppies that are likely to fit better with your family, home, and lifestyle - you wouldn't want a whirlwind agility puppy if you're looking for a quieter companion. Additionally, some puppies may require special homing considerations. A quiet puppy is unlikely to be happy in a family with boisterous children.

Matching puppies with families is an integral part of our process. Our puppy matching process is one thing that sets us apart. Many breeders allow families to select their puppy in order of deposit. We hope to better serve each family and puppy by selecting based on "best fit." There are usually multiple puppies in a litter that will fit your needs from which you can choose.

We are proud of the work we've done to match puppies with their forever families. While it does take a lot of trust from our families, we believe that playing matchmaker benefits the puppy and their new family and will help our puppies find lifelong homes.

Puppies are chosen at 7 weeks of age after they have had a healthy veterinarian check. We reserve the right to refuse the sale of our puppies to any person, at any time, for any reason. Holding Fees are refunded only if we refuse to sell you a puppy or a puppy of your preferred gender/color is not born.

We allow visitors on a limited basis. Due to Covid -19 we only have one family visit at a time and we visit outside. We are happy to provide references. We know that families are excited to meet their puppy and are happy to have visitors when it is safe for our puppies. Due to the risk of disease transmission, we do not allow visitors until puppies are weaned and have had their first shot. Visiting is by appointment only. On the day of your visit, we ask that you come in freshly laundered clothes in order to reduce the chance of disease transmission. The day you visit your puppy, we request that you do not visit any other kennels, pet stores, breeders, veterinarians, or other places where there may be unvaccinated dogs.

All puppies must be paid for before leaving Heart Song Standard Poodles. Buyers are responsible for picking up their puppy when they are 8-9 weeks old. If our schedule allows, we may be able to meet you within a reasonable distance. Driving times are:

Puppies are sold on American Kennel Club (AKC) limited registration. Limited AKC registration allows you to compete in all AKC events except conformation. AKC limited registration does not allow you to breed and register the offspring. You are responsible for spaying or neutering the puppy at an appropriate age. Papers will be provided once proof of spay/neuter is sent to Heart Song Standard Poodles. On occasion puppies may be sold to show and performance homes with an option to breed once all health testing is complete. Puppies come with a 2 year genetic health guarantee. WE DO NOT SELL TO DOODLE BREEDERS OR ANYONE WHO WISHES TO BREED MIXED BREED DOGS. We strongly support local rescues if you would like a mixed breed dog.

Puppies go home after an examination from our veterinarian and with age-appropriate vaccinations and de-worming. Your puppy will need several more vaccinations spaced 3 weeks apart. Older puppies will have been started on heartworm prevention. You must take your puppy to a licensed veterinarian within 72 hours of receiving the puppy to have the puppy examined. If you fail to take your puppy for an exam within this time frame, the health warranty is null and void. We do not dock tails or remove dewclaws. Please read these articles to understand our philosophy on tail docking and dewclaw removal: Tails, Dew Claws.

We understand that on rare occasions families need to re-home a poodle. It is our intention that no Heart Song Standard Poodle will ever be placed in a shelter. Our contract states that if you ever need to re-home your poodle you will contact us first and we will assist in the placement of your poodle.

As a precaution, we offer private appointments for meeting puppies. Please call the store to set an appointment to meet your desired puppy in a sanitized room. Click here to see more about our practices and protocols in place in our stores for the health, welfare and safety of our employees, customers and puppies.

Poodle puppies of any size are very active and require a good amount of exercise every day to suit their high energy level. They will thrive when they are kept busy and get to act on those inherent impulses such as retrieving, hunting, swimming, and learning. Poodles love to go for walks and jogs.

We determined the prevalence of affected puppies in the same 1,174 puppies that wererandomly selected from each litter for the abovementioned correlation analysis. In total,20.3% of puppies were affected with PL. The proportions of puppies with PL grades 1, 2, 3,and 4 were 12.9, 4.9, 2.1, and 0.3%, respectively. Table 1 shows the breed differences in the prevalence of affected puppies. Toy Poodleshad the highest prevalence (38.1%), followed by Shibas (34.9%), Pomeranians (26.9%),Yorkshire Terriers (18.3%), Chihuahuas (8.6%), Golden Retrievers (5.7%), MiniatureDachshunds (3.5%), Labrador Retrievers (2.4%), and Maltese (2.1%). In addition, no sexdifferences were observed in PL prevalence in any of the breeds on multiple testing;however, the P-value of Pomeranians showed less than 0.05 although it didnot pass the threshold after Bonferroni correction (P=0.016; SupplementaryTable 3).

Next, we analyzed the concordance of PL between two littermates to determine a geneticinfluence. If a litter included three or more puppies, two were randomly selected foranalysis. In total, 144 litter pairs of Toy Poodles were analyzed, of which 51 affected and93 unaffected puppies were observed when one puppy of each litter pair was selected. Amongthe 51 affected puppies, 33 littermates (64.7%) were affected, while only 21 littermates(22.6%) of the 93 unaffected puppies were affected (Table 2). The littermates of affected Toy Poodle puppies had a 6.3-fold higher risk ofPL (P

Previous investigations have revealed a high incidence of PL in small dog breeds, includingPoodles, Yorkshire Terriers, Pomeranians, Chihuahua, and Maltese [5, 10, 15, 18]. Our results showed largedifferences (38.1% of the prevalence in Toy Poodles vs. 2.1% in Maltese) even in smallerbreeds. These differences may be attributed, at least in part, to variations between puppiesand adult dogs, and therefore, further inquiry is required to fully elucidate how PL changesacross the lifespan of the dog.

Sex differences in PL incidence show considerable variability in the literature, withfemales more affected than male dogs in some [1, 11, 15, 18, 21], whilemales are more affected than female dogs in others [9]. Furthermore, some investigations report no sex differences [24, 25]. Ourresults revealed a significant sex difference only in Pomeranians. However, this result didnot remain significant after Bonferroni correction (P=0.016; SupplementaryTable 3). This disparity may also be caused by a difference between puppies and adult dogs.This facet should be the focus of future investigations using basic epidemiologicaldata. 041b061a72


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