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New in the forum. I am trying to learn as much as possible as I am in the process of taking, for the first time, a puppy. I want to get a toy poodle and your help and experience would definitely help me. :act-up:
 

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Welcome! You've come to the right place! So many wonderful knowledgeable people here

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Thank you! Nice to e-meet you.
I was trying to create a thread in another forum but I couldn't. Do you know how can I create one and ask some questions?
 

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I know your first post has to be like this one where you introduce yourself. I thought after that you could post other places in the forum though. Hopefully someone will come along shortly and correct me if I'm wrong!

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Welcome! You will find some excellent leads to really good breeders here! I would suggest trying again to create a new thread in a different subform to see if it works because you did everything correctly.
 

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Welcome - glad you could join us. This is a great community and I am sure you will find some help as you look for a breeder. If you let us know where you are located that would help with recommendations. Others can point you to reliable websites to help.
 

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Welcome - glad you could join us. This is a great community and I am sure you will find some help as you look for a breeder. If you let us know where you are located that would help with recommendations. Others can point you to reliable websites to help.
That's so nice of you. I am located in London, UK.

I have tried to learn as much as possible about different dog breeds through Youtube, videos, reding a lot about how to train a puppy and a dog. Of course, it is much different having actually a puppy but I wanted to learn as much as I could so as to be ready for the puppy. With my partner, we have concluded the best option for as is to get a toy poodle (small one as we live in an apartment, playful and good with kids). The good thing is that we have around us a lot of parks, other friends who live close to me with dogs (so my puppy will have always friends).

Now I need to understand more about the different mixes but unfortunately on google is hard to get the important information.
 

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If you are referring to doodle as the mixes as mentioned I would just stick to a poodle.
If they have a poodle club there try looking at what breeders they have listed.
 

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Hello and welcome to PF. I joined recently too and am from the UK. A good place to start looking is on the Kennel Club they list assured breeders, by breed. This would let you connect with people in your area. There are also Poodle clubs which will point you to breeders and you can pick up good word of mouth referrals for who is breeding and might have litters available. I found both of my mini poodles through a site called champdogs. They list by breed and I found it useful as you can look at health checks and pedigree of the dogs. I also found both the breeders to be lovely knowledgeable people who took time to get to know us, encouraged visits and have kept in touch since we took our pups home. I wish you luck in your search for your pup.
 

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Hi welcome!! I am new to this forum as a member as well, but have been following the information within it for quite some time. It has wonderful info that really made me more comfortable with my standard poodle! Everyone is also incredibly kind! :)
 
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