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Wolseley, Saskatchewan S0G 5H0
Tyramara is a small show breeder of Canadian Kennel Club registered toy and miniature poodles. Not all puppies are show prospects, but all puppies make wonderful family pets.
Our puppies are well socialized, healthy, outgoing, loving and eager to explore their world. All of our adults are PRA & CERF normal and X-Ray's good before breeding and all puppies have a 2 year guarantee against genetic and hereditary defects. Poodles are an excellent choice for those with allergies.
All of our pet puppies must be spayed or neutered and a contract signed agreeing to that stipulation.
For further information, please visit our website: www.tyramara.net
Champion #6 for Tyramara in 2 years of showing.
Beautiful, well socialized pups living as family members. Whites, apricots, blacks. All parents are DNA tested by Optigen. I have shown parents in the show ring only to prove how beautiful my babies are.
At 8 weeks of age, all pups are vet examined and receive their first booster. Of course they are all dewormed and are sold with a non-breeding contract, health guarantee and vet record. Loving families wanted only.
Registered with The Canadian Kennel Club
For details, please visit our website: www.adoreannies.com
St-Mathieu de Laprairie, Quebec
Raising Toy and Miniature Poodles for conformation, temperament and soundness. Not in quantity but in quality.
Several conformation, obedience and agility titles.
Our dogs live with us as a part of our family. Puppies are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club, on a non-breeding contract for companions. They are microchiped, vaccinated, and come with a vet certificate and puppy care pack.
Our puppies are raised in our living room. Only one litter per female per year (5 females - 2 Toys and 3 Miniatures) so check our website, www.attitudepoodles.com, for availability.
Colors: black, blue, silver, brown, cafe au lait, silver beige, red and apricot.
Orton, Ontario L0N 1N0
Whether you are looking for an exceptional Family Pet or an outstanding Show Dog, we will have the perfect puppy for you.
Established in 1967 and owned by a practicing Veterinarian, all our dogs are genetically tested, Canadian Kennel Club Champions, and house pets. You are welcome to visit our country home and meet the dogs at any time.
All puppies come with a full written guarantee and our Puppy Package (Microchip, CKC Registration, Pedigree, copies of health testing of parents, collar, toys, food sample and more).
For further details, please visit our website: www.bellefleet.com.
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