MaizieFrosty thanks for your input! Also, why did you ultimately decide on a spoo? I'm still debating between the two and am leaning towards spoo to go biking with, but i'm looking for a calm dog to hang out with on the couch at home which sounds more like toy.
You're welcome Well, I figured I wasn't going to be getting another dog for a long time and I already had my Maltese, so I wanted something different this time around. The standard is the ultimate dog of every breed in existence, IMHO. One of my buddies at the dog park has an amazing toy, but she's counting down until she can get a spoo.
If you exercise a spoo properly, they are amazingly quiet/calm in the house (after they're at least a year old, I would say, from my experience). Mine are so chill and cuddly. You can also help to get that temperament by choosing a dog that is mostly 4's on the Volhard temperament test.
Hi yes i got a puppy from her a while back. She was the most amazing standard ever!! I live close tobthis breeder and used to go over freequently. The pups are raised with the best of the best for food, toys, and even get sung to for feeding time. Ive never seen somome put so much heart and soul into a puppy . She doesn't do toys but will know of somone who does. She had a poodle win westminister i belive in 1945 .
Yes she has two songs made for feeding time "if your hungry and you know it raise a paw" "then are you hungry are you hungry yes ypu are yes you are". She send home a half inch binder of all parents and grandparents health testing/pedigree and a bunch of puppy info. I know she has a black male pup thats 6 month old looking for a home
I have a brown standard poodle from La Marka. He is 2.5 years old and I adore him! I know La Marka has a brown litter on the ground now, with perhaps a couple of puppies unspoken for. My Joe’s littermate, who was a champion by the age of 18 months, is sire of this new litter.