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Hello everyone!
My name is Lyd and I am so excited for the possibility to adopt a red toy poodle in the Spring. I live in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario Canada and I have contacted many CKC breeders so I am simply waiting to hear back from them. I know many waiting lists are full at the moment so I was wondering if anyone on here had any insight to the best toy poodle breeders, any upcoming litters from REPUTABLE AND SAFE breeders, or any information at all for a soon to be first-time poodle mom!

Thank you all :)
 

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Hi and Welcome!

I think you haven't received a response yet because we don't have a currently active member who's either seen your post, or possibly just that no one has any input on upcoming litters.

So far as rec's, you mention that you've contacted many CKC breeders so the best I can offer is a link to a Breeders List that you can check against. The Canadian listings are below the US listings. Don't rule out breeders in the US. I'm not sure if importing is possible at this time but it can't hurt to look.

馃惄 Breeders Listed by Location 馃惄 Plus Additional Resources 馃惄
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...


If you look thru that list, review the Health information (great strides there in the science), then don't skip the multi state listings, and particularly don't skip the Poodle Club of America Breeder Referral for your region (or search "Poodle Club of ___").

Conscientious breeders have a waitlist at the best of times and with pandemic puppy seekers, that wait is stretched well into 2021. There have been more than a few serendipitous contacts between seeker and breeder, so don't be put off by the thought of a waitlist. Also, don't be put off if online sites aren't particularly updated.

Be prepared to spend in the range of $1500 to up to $3000 USD at the top end. Conscientious breeders are not padding pricing due to Covid.
 

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Hi and Welcome!

I think you haven't received a response yet because we don't have a currently active member who's either seen your post, or possibly just that no one has any input on upcoming litters.

So far as rec's, you mention that you've contacted many CKC breeders so the best I can offer is a link to a Breeders List that you can check against. The Canadian listings are below the US listings. Don't rule out breeders in the US. I'm not sure if importing is possible at this time but it can't hurt to look.

馃惄 Breeders Listed by Location 馃惄 Plus Additional Resources 馃惄
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...


If you look thru that list, review the Health information (great strides there in the science), then don't skip the multi state listings, and particularly don't skip the Poodle Club of America Breeder Referral for your region (or search "Poodle Club of ___").

Conscientious breeders have a waitlist at the best of times and with pandemic puppy seekers, that wait is stretched well into 2021. There have been more than a few serendipitous contacts between seeker and breeder, so don't be put off by the thought of a waitlist. Also, don't be put off if online sites aren't particularly updated.

Be prepared to spend in the range of $1500 to up to $3000 USD at the top end. Conscientious breeders are not padding pricing due to Covid.
Thank you so much! this was very helpful.
 
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