I breed Standard size Parti coloured poodles for the love of the breed. I don’t breed very often and do so with the utmost care, to produce healthy puppies with great conformations and temperaments.
All my dogs are part of the family and the puppies are born and reared in my loving home environment. Past puppies have
integrated easily into their new homes and brought much joy to their new owners.
All parents have eye and hip tests and every generation we DNA test.
Prospective buyers are vetted.
Please read below some information on the history of the Parti Poodles
If you would like one of my puppies, please contact me via the email email@example.com
Our next litter will be later this year 2020
Heidi with Prada
The Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme promotes good breeding practice and aims to work together with breeders and buyers to force irresponsible breeders, or puppy farmers, out of business.
About Multi Coloured Poodles
The Poodle has a wide variety of colouring, including white, black, brown, blue, grey, silver, cafe au lait, silver beige, cream, apricot, and red, and patterns such as parti, abstract, sable, phantom, and brindle.
The UK KC recognises Poodles in either solid-coloured and multi coloured coats, however multi colours are classed as highly undesirable for the show ring Not sure why? I love their striking look and appeal.
Parti-coloured poodles are recognised in poodle history as the original colouring of the poodle. A parti poodle has solid-coloured patches over a white coat. The coat will usually be white and coloured in equal amounts, though it can vary with a larger percent of white.
Registries prefer that parti poodles have the same points as its correlating solid-coloured descendants. Brown and white parti poodles have liver-coloured noses, eye rims and lips, dark or self-coloured toenails and amber eyes. This is also permitted, but not preferred, in apricot and white parti poodles.
Black/white, Blue/white, and silver/white poodles have black noses, eye rims and lips, black or self-coloured toenails and very dark eyes. When the dog has markings that resemble those of a tuxedo, it is called a “tuxedo” poodle. The upper coat is solid: head, back, tail; and the lower coat is white: neck, chest, abdomen, and legs, making up usually 40% or more of the coat.
Phantom poodles have the colouring of a Doberman Pinscher, with a lighter colour appearing on their “eyebrows”, muzzle and throat, legs and feet and below their tail. Like Dobermans, phantom poodles have either a black or brown main coat with a tan (usually apricot or red) lighter colourings around the eyebrows, muzzle, throat, legs, feet, and below their tail.
March 2018 litter