Location: Pensacola, Florida
These photos from Peanut's litter were taken by my sister, Christine Henderson, the official Breeder. Her kennel is called Emerald Coast Breeders and can be found on her own web page or on Facebook.
She does not bob the tails nor does she restrict breeding of the females she sells. For the dogs' own safety the dew claws are removed unless you contact her within three days of birth, saying you will be using the dog for hunting (they are ideal bird dogs), and pay full price. You can know if she has a litter available, because she posts it on her site and Facebook the day they are born. We keep them in our home until they are ready to go to their forever home at at least 8 weeks of age when they get their 2nd shots by the vet. We've been told that potty training our dogs is usually completed within a day or two after they go 'home'. We've also socialized them to adults and other dogs, with the adult dogs teaching them some proper dog behavior.
Standard poodles are extremely intelligent dogs. We had to change all our door knobs from the lever variety to the round type because our adults kept opening all the doors. They all have hair, not fur; thus they don't generally shed nor have dander and are ideal around people with allergies. Constitutionally, they are companion dogs. They want to please you.
We provide a one year health guarantee (but not for fleas) and for their lifetime will take them back if for some reason you don't want them anymore. We don't want them going to the pound or randomly passed around.
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