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GEOGRAPHICAL BREEDERS LIST AND ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

PLEASE READ THIS FIRST
What this list is NOT:

This list is not an endorsement of any breeder by Poodle Forum
This list is not a list to just go buy from without doing more investigation
This list is not comprehensive

What this list IS:
This list is a geographical resource compiled from suggestions by PF members and breeder names found and reviewed for minimum health standards in the course of other research.

This list is just a starting point. Personal experiences vary. It’s up to the searcher to learn what to look for in a breeder and decide what’s important to them. Poodle Forum is here as a resource to learn those criteria.

I'm verifying the genetic and other health testing as far as I can but ALWAYS verify current test results on the breeding parents.

Eventually I hope to add an additional key indicating if Health Testing is mentioned, and results listed or linked on the website, or viewed at OFA or other testing site.

Even conscientious breeders may not keep websites updated - if they have one. Ask the breeder which tests have been done on dam and sire of the litter and where the original results can be seen.

See Health Testing Criteria below.

If I were writing a motto for PF, I think it would be something like “Is It Good For The Poodle?” meaning both the individual pup you bring into your family, and the breed into the future.

RESOURCES

Poodle Club of America - Look up local or regional clubs for breeder referral. A good resource for a lot of information


AKC Registry Lookup - by kennel name or dog name or registry number

Health Testing Criteria - Parents Are Tested Not Puppies - Additional Testing

Toy Minimum Testing Criteria
prcd Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) DNA testing from an approved laboratory
Eye clearance by the Companion Animal Eye Registry (CAER)
Patellar Luxation OFA evaluation

Miniature Minimum Testing Criteria
prcd Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) DNA testing from an approved laboratory
Eye clearance by the Companion Animal Eye Registry (CAER)
Hip Dysplasia evaluation from an approved agency
Patellar Luxation OFA evaluation

Standard Minimum Testing Criteria
Hip Dysplasia evaluation from an approved agency
Eye clearance by the Companion Animal Eye Registry (CAER)
Plus Health Elective (At least one of the following tests):
OFA Thyroid evaluation from an approved laboratory
OFA SA Evaluation from an approved dermapathologist
Congenital Cardiac Exam
Advanced Cardiac Exam

OFA Lookup - by kennel name or dog name or registry number - Orthopedic Foundation for Animals

Poodle Health Registry database

Poodle Pedigree Database

Versatility In Poodles
Its primary purpose is to improve the health and promote the many talents of this remarkable breed.

Poodle History Project

United Kennel Club

United Poodle Association

Buying A Puppy Safely

GEOGRAPHIC BREEDER LIST

ABBREVIATIONS/KEYS
S/ Standard
M/ Miniature
T/ Toy
PFM/ Poodle Forum Member

HEALTH TESTING DONE BY BREEDER - Always verify current results on OFA or testing lab site of breeding sire and dam of litter
HT1/ Health testing of breeding parents mentioned on site – info or links provided by breeder – verification by searcher needed of which tests done and results verified at OFA/testing lab site

HT2/ Health testing (of breeding parents) mentioned on site – no info or links – searcher to verify with breeder which tests done and results verified at OFA/testing lab site

HT3/ Health testing (of breeding parents) not mentioned on site – searcher to verify with breeder if any tests done, which tests done, and results verified at OFA/testing lab site.
HT4/ Health testing found on OFA but no corresponding breeder site to review (this for the FB or word of mouth breeders) - searcher to verify...
pending updates

Multi State
Breeders here all do appropriate health testing.

Poodlesonline .com

PoodleBreeders .com

Poodle Variety Breeders

Good Dog .com

United Poodle Association

Poodle Clubs
US by state

• Alabama

• Alaska

• Arizona

Bernice Cano [email protected] - Vail, AZ
www.gooddog.com/breeders/belstar-toy-poodles-arizona
Belstar Toy Poodles
T
Daniel Chavez- 480-603-6734 Phoenix, Arizona area-
Danfour
M

• Arkansas
S

• California
SoCal
S/M
HT1
Marquis Diamond Standards
Milford Ca
S
HT1
M/T
HT2
M
HT1
Zamora
T

Karamba
S/T
S
Welcome to 5-Star Poodles
S

• Colorado
Jim Johnson Colorado Springs, CO – 719-235-3523 – [email protected]
JJ’s
M/S
Harmony Miniature Poodles Arvada, CO - 720-352-3135 - [email protected]
https://harmonypoodles.com/
M

• Connecticut
pending verification
Rodell Toy Poodles
T
www.madelapoodles.com/
S
M

• Delaware
M

• Florida
M/T
pending update and ck testing
AKC Miniature Poodles
Acclaim Miniature Poodles
M
Anna-Ash Poodles

• Georgia
G8rcreek Poodles

• Hawaii

• Idaho

• Illinois

Terrifick Standard Poodles
S

• Indiana
S
• Iowa

• Kansas

• Kentucky

S
S
Magic Hour Poodles
S

• Louisiana
New Orleans
S PFM

Maine

• Maryland

S

Massachusetts
https://www.facebook.com/stonehauspoodle/
S
• Michigan

• Minnesota

M PFM
M
www.allurepoodles.net/
M
S/M

Mississippi

• Missouri

Noir Poodles
Small S
Forest Ridge Toy Poodles Forest Ridge Toy Poodles
T

Montana

• Nebraska

• Nevada

S/M/T

• New Hampshire

• New Jersey

S
S
M

• New Mexico
Mickey Kern Grants, NM - (505) 290-7835 – [email protected]
Newmont
T
DeWitt Bolden Albuquerque - 505-797-1653
Completely Gone to the Dogs
M

• New York
S
Propert's Way Ranch
S
M
pending verification not breeding at this time
S/M
M
Silvabirch poodles
T
S (small)
HT1
http://poodlesdegrenier.com/
S
Website just stopped working 6 29 20

• North Carolina
M
Eaglehill-South Poodles
M
Tintlet
S/M

• North Dakota

• Ohio

ByRequest Poodles
http://byrequestpoodles.com/
ByRequest
S/M
Standard Poodle Breeder | Perigueux Poodles | United States
S

Oklahoma
M

• Oregon
S

Pennsylvania
FarleysD S PFM
S
S
S (small)
D and D Standard Poodles
S

• Rhode Island

• South Carolina

• South Dakota

• Tennessee

M
S
S

Texas
S/M
M
T
Karbit
Texas S/M (true moyen plus tails and claws)

• Utah
Desert Reef Poodles
Desert Reef Poodles
Karen Green St George, UT - (435) 688-1739 (435) 619-6019 - [email protected] – S

• Vermont

• Virginia

• Washington State

M
S/M/T
S
Beverly Jean Nelson: 206-550-2741 Seattle area
Heatherly
T/M
S
S

• West Virginia

• Wisconsin

• Wyoming

APRICOT AND RED STANDARDS AT -----------MINARETS POODLES
S

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International

Canada

Canadian Kennel Club

CKC | Purebred Puppies, Dog Competitions, Show Dog Events | CKC
Poodle Club Of Canada
Poodle – Poodle club of Canada
Ottawa Valley Poodle Club
Ottawa Valley Poodle Club – Serving Ottawa and Surrounding Areas
Poodle Club of Ontario
Poodle Club Of Ontario
Poodle Club of Alberta
Poodle Club of Alberta
Canada’s Guide to Dogs - Poodle
Standard Poodle Clubs - Canada's Guide to Dogs


Breeder Listings

Multi Provinces

Poodle Club of Canada Breeder List

http://www.poodleclubcanada.club/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/PCC2020Breeders.pdf
Canadian Kennel Club Breeder List
Puppy List & Approved Breeders | CKC
Ottawa Valley Poodle Club Breeder List
Breeder Listing – Ottawa Valley Poodle Club

BC


Alberta

TEMPLE CITY POODLES
S/T
Seransil Standard Poodle Home
S

Saskatchewan


Ontario

Arreau Red Standard Poodles
Arreau Standard Poodles
S PFM
Standard Poodle Breeder | Boarding | Grooming | Udora ON near Toronto
S
Duenna Poodles – Home of Duenna Poodles
M
Home
M
Adanac Poodles of Canada - Home
Adanac
M
Tudorose Standard Poodles
S
http://www.groomtobloompetsalon.com/new-index
S
Elan Standard Poodles - Elan Poodles
S
http://www.rockhavenpoodles.com/
S
Pristine Standard Poodles
S
https://www.facebook.com/TaraDawn23/
Tallan Standards
S
https://www.beaucanichestandardpoodles.com
S

Quebec
http://www.opuspoodles.com/
S/M
https://www.poodlesglow.com/
M

PEI
https://www.leeannspoodles.com/
M


United Kingdom

The Kennel Club


Kennel Club UK Health Testing Guidelines
Potential dog owners should be aware that, at present, the application of various health screening results to breeding programmes is not always straightforward, and breeders may make choices for various reasons. A responsible breeder though, will always be willing to discuss relevant health issues with you. Breed clubs are often useful sources of breed-specific information.

Toy Poodle

Schemes or advice relevant to this breed
The following schemes, tests and/ or advice are mandatory requirements for Kennel Club Assured Breeders. All other breeders are strongly advised to use these schemes, tests and/ or advice.

DNA test - prcd-PRA
It is strongly recommended that both Kennel Club Assured Breeders and non-Kennel Club Assured Breeders should use the following schemes, tests and/ or advice.
Eye testing

The list above is not necessarily comprehensive, other available health tests can be found at DNA screening schemes and results or for further advice please contact your local breed club.
From <Health Information for Poodle (Toy)>

Miniature Poodle

Schemes or advice relevant to this breed
The following schemes, tests and/ or advice are mandatory requirements for Kennel Club Assured Breeders. All other breeders are strongly advised to use these schemes, tests and/ or advice.
DNA test - prcd-PRA
It is strongly recommended that both Kennel Club Assured Breeders and non-Kennel Club Assured Breeders should use the following schemes, tests and/ or advice.
Eye testing
The following other schemes, tests and/ or advice are available and should also be considered.
DNA test - OC
The list above is not necessarily comprehensive, other available health tests can be found at DNA screening schemes and results or for further advice please contact your local breed club.
From <Health Information for Poodle (Miniature)>

Standard Poodle

Schemes or advice relevant to this breed
The following schemes, tests and/ or advice are mandatory requirements for Kennel Club Assured Breeders. All other breeders are strongly advised to use these schemes, tests and/ or advice.
BVA/KC Hip Dysplasia Scheme
Eye testing
It is strongly recommended that both Kennel Club Assured Breeders and non-Kennel Club Assured Breeders should use the following schemes, tests and/ or advice.
Breed Club test - Sebaceous adenitis
The following other schemes, tests and/ or advice are available and should also be considered.
DNA test - vWD
DNA test - prcd-PRA
DNA test - PRA (rcd4)
The list above is not necessarily comprehensive, other available health tests can be found at DNA screening schemes and results or for further advice please contact your local breed club.
From <Health Information for Poodle (Standard)>

Breeder Listings

All UK

Champdogs


Kennel Club UK Find a Puppy

Kennel Club Assured Breeders

International
The Fédération Cynologique Internationale is the World Canine Organisation.
It includes 99 members and contract partners (one member per country) that each issue their own pedigrees and train their own judges.

Poodle
Europe
The Americas & Caribbean
Asia, Africa & Oceania
Planet Poodle

Clubs from Around the World:
 

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This is such a good idea to consolidate it into one post! There are people on other forums always asking for rec's and I send them here, but I know it takes some time to search and questions don't always get a ton of attention. My breeder is already on the list.
I don't have personal experience but I've heard good things about Crystal Creek Standards in Indiana, Oakridge Standards in Washington, Properts Way in New York and Cosmic Caliber in Kentucky. (please correct me if I'm mistaken about any of these)
There is a FB group dedicated to reputable breeder advertisements that could be a good place to find more for the list. But I'm not sure if I'm allowed to mention other "forums" here.
 

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Thanks for the leads. If they do the appropriate health testing, I'll add them. This list will be for guidance, not endorsement necessarily. The rest of the due diligence must be on the future owner. PF can help by offering information on what to look for. It's ok to refer to other sites like the FB groups which support specific needs. There is FB group of breeders who must do health testing to join. It may be the same one and I have that link in another list.
I'll add that as a resource since the searcher must join the group.
 

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Ok so this time I'm compiling a list to use as reference when members ask for breeder recommendations. I know that even with everybody helping, it won't be a comprehensive list, but it'll be a big help. Names can be added easily enough.

If you have worked with or know of a breeder that does the genetic and other health testing appropriate to variety as a minimum standard, and you would want to see their name on a collected list rather than strewn all over PF, please respond with their name and location, and the link woud be cool, too :)

This thread is intended just to get the names, variety, and location.

I know I've missed some of our breeder members, and some often recommended breeders, but I'm far from finished. This is what I have so far:


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S/Standard M/Miniature T/Toy

PFM/Poodle Forum Member

Poodle Club of America

AKC Registry Lookup

OFA Lookup

• Alabama

• Alaska

• Arizona

• Arkansas

• California
SoCal S/M

Milford Ca Standards

M/T

M

Zamora T

Karamba?

S/T

• Colorado

• Connecticut

• Delaware

• Florida

• Georgia

• Hawaii

• Idaho

• Illinois

• Indiana

• Iowa

• Kansas

• Kentucky

• Louisiana
New Orleans S PFM

• Maine

• Maryland

• Massachusetts

• Michigan

• Minnesota
M PFM

Absolute Silver, Miniature Poodles, AGILITY, CONFORMATION and OBEDIENCE, Winona, MN
M

• Mississippi

• Missouri

• Montana

• Nebraska

• Nevada
S/M/T

• New Hampshire

• New Jersey

• New Mexico

• New York

• North Carolina
M

• North Dakota

• Ohio

• Oklahoma

• Oregon
S

• Pennsylvania
FarleysD S PFM

• Rhode Island

• South Carolina

• South Dakota

• Tennessee
Miniature Poodle Breeders | Www.danubepoodles.com | United States
M

• Texas
S/M

M

T

• Utah
Desert Reef?
Standards

• Vermont

• Virginia

• Washington
M

S/M/T

• West Virginia

• Wisconsin

• Wyoming

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International
Canadian Kennel Club

Canada
Ontario S PFM
Great idea! Thank you for doing this. I am the breed referral person for the Enchanted Poodle Club (Albuquerque, New Mexico). I am attaching the doc that I use when someone asks for a referral. The format is: Name, Kennel Name, Varieties, location, phone, email, web site. I have not finished the list yet - as you can see - California is blank. When someone asks for a referral, I tailor the list to the variety they are looking for. I always include the section on health testing.

If anyone wants this list in MSWord format, I would be glad to provide it.
 

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Great idea! Thank you for doing this. I am the breed referral person for the Enchanted Poodle Club (Albuquerque, New Mexico). I am attaching the doc that I use when someone asks for a referral. The format is: Name, Kennel Name, Varieties, location, phone, email, web site. I have not finished the list yet - as you can see - California is blank. When someone asks for a referral, I tailor the list to the variety they are looking for. I always include the section on health testing.

Thank you so much for this!

I thought about different approaches to compiling the list and decided to keep it simple by including breeders so long as they do the correct health testing by variety and the results or links are available thru the website. My thinking is that if they're investing in their dogs and the breed by doing the testing, they are more likely to meet other criteria for conscientious breeding.

Just by going thru posts with breeder recs, old and new, then looking at the websites, I'm learning of breeders that don't get mentioned often but are definitely worth a look.

I know this is a limitation by using websites as a reference but as an outsider, I don't have much else to go by.
 

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Crystal Creek Standards in Indiana!

She does all the testing, huge supporter of genetic diversity, does conformation showing and performance--the whole package. Partis and solids.



My youngster, Spice, is from her, and oh my gosh, he's like, the best dog I've ever had!
 

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Crystal Creek Standards in Indiana!

She does all the testing, huge supporter of genetic diversity, does conformation showing and performance--the whole package. Partis and solids.



My youngster, Spice, is from her, and oh my gosh, he's like, the best dog I've ever had!
Thanks! This list may actually happen as I hoped!
 

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Caught up I think and back now to poring thru PF for more mentions :)

I must be out of my mind. I'm also thinking we could use a list for grooming equipment and supplies rec's along with additional how to videos.

I've used up a portion of the allotted after 24hrs edits so I'll be collecting them to add, hopefully, several at a time.

Thanks for the help!
 

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Serious breeders and mentors. This is where my Tonka came from. Diane and Peter will take you as deep into the Poodle world as you care to go. They hold regular get-togethers and practice sessions for various trials.
Cantope Standard Poodles
I'll recommend Rodell Toys in Connecticut
Thank you both! I'll add them as soon as I get 2-3 more. Editing allowance changes after 24 hours so I'm trying to maximize each edit.
 

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Forever Poodles located in Ocala, FL. Jennifer breeds miniatures. I am very happy with my boy.
Foreverpoodle.com


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On the list for next edit :) Thank you!
 

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Thank you so much for this!

I thought about different approaches to compiling the list and decided to keep it simple by including breeders so long as they do the correct health testing by variety and the results or links are available thru the website. My thinking is that if they're investing in their dogs and the breed by doing the testing, they are more likely to meet other criteria for conscientious breeding.

Just by going thru posts with breeder recs, old and new, then looking at the websites, I'm learning of breeders that don't get mentioned often but are definitely worth a look.

I know this is a limitation by using websites as a reference but as an outsider, I don't have much else to go by.
All the breeders on the list I sent do health testing. I usually vet them by checking for their kennel name on the OFA site.
 

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All the breeders on the list I sent do health testing. I usually vet them by checking for their kennel name on the OFA site.
Thanks for the pointer. I've been following the links when provided on websites. Most end at OFA but a few link directly to the testing lab. I've been using the AKC look up and then going to OFA also, but it would be simpler the way you mention.
 
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