Standard Poodle Puppies

What Comes With Your Puppy

  • First shots 
  • Dewormings 
  • Vet examination 
  • Microchip 
  • CKC registration papers 
  • Health record
  • 1-Year Genetic Health Warranty 
  • Small bag of Royal Canin food 
  • Collar 
  • Chew toy
  • Microchip and puppy registration papers

How to Reserve a Puppy

If  you are ready to reserve a Furever little one, review our policies and then click on the PayPal reserve button of the puppy's page to submit a $250 deposit. (If you don't have a PayPal account, just check out as Guest and use your debit or credit card.) Your balance will be due + 6% KY tax upon pickup at around 7 weeks old. Prices vary based on coat, color, etc.

No litters available at this time.


Year 2020 Update:

For those of you wondering we have a new litter of Standard Poodles!

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Poodle Puppy Testimonials

Heidi, Atlas and Arrow are wonderful additions to our family. ~Tamala K. June 7, 2020 : Joseph, ….. They are doing great. Their brother, who is with my daughter is also doing great. Thanks, Tammala ...

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He’s getting so big and is such a good boy! ~ Alicia W ...

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  • Personality: Proud, active and very smart
  • Energy Level: Energetic; Poodles are enthusiastic walkers, runners, and swimmers. They're eager for all kinds of activity, and they enjoy keeping busy.
  • Good with Children: Yes
  • Good with Other Dogs: With supervision
  • Shedding: Infrequent; hypoallergenic
  • Grooming: Requires professional/specialty
  • Trainability: Eager to please
  • Life Expectancy: 10-18 years
  • Barking Level: Medium
  • Forget any idea you've had that the Poodle is a pampered empty-headed lap dog. Originally bred as a water retriever, the Poodle is extremely smart and very active. The combination of brains and beauty made them favorites of European royalty. While Standard Poodles are the best athletes, Miniature and Toy Poodles are also enthusiastic and energetic. Poodle puppies are eager to please and easily trained. They'll thrive on the challenge of learning new tricks or participating in dog sports. The non-allergenic coat is a big plus, too, for people suffering from allergies.
  • Origin: Germany  Year Recognized: 1887 Breed History & Job Description: 
    Poodles are the national dog of France, and the French sure do love their Poodles. But it’s believed the breed originated as a duck hunter in Germany, where the word “pudelin” refers to splashing in water. The Standard came first, then it was bred down to the Miniature and Toy varieties. The Poodle’s elegance made them favorites of European royals. And thanks to their sharp minds and good looks, they have been star entertainers on TV and in movies.
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