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Breed: Standard Poodle
Sex: Male
Birthdate: 10-22-2016 (6 Weeks)
Champion bloodlines: Yes
Champion sired: No
Show potential:Yes
Price: $1200 USD  Buyer tips
Shipping area: Worldwide
What's included: Registered/registerable, Current vaccinations, Veterinarian examination, Health certificate, Health guarantee, Pedigree
Additional information: This little one is the absolute epitome of
cuteness. From the fluffy, beautiful little coat,
to the tiny little button nose, to the amazing
sweet disposition. This little one is perfect, and
will make the perfect companion and lap pet for
someone! Let's hope that's you! These puppies
are very well socialized & will come to you up to
date on their vaccinations & dewormings.These
puppies live in Ga & can be picked up in state or
in Pigeon Forge Tn. We are properly licensed &
Ga.sales are subject to 6.50% sales tax. We are
also fully licensed to ship these puppies and will
do so by air or custom delivery by car. The
Standard Poodle is a beautiful Majestic dog . They
are sweet affectionate and loving and are
also extremely good guard dogs . I have been
working with animals for over 34 years and I
absolutely adore my poodles I could not ask for
better . They're happy laying on your feet your
lap or just taking a ride in the car with you
doesn't matter what you're doing as long as you
have them with you they're happy. They are
extremely good with people and small children
as well as other animals. I am proud to say that
in Standard Poodle bloodline in the first four
generations there are over 37 champions. Some of
those Champions are as follows: Ch Timber ridge's
untouchable, Ch Magine driving me crazy, Ch
Comet's Timber Ridge Tiny Dancer, Ch Graphic
Silver Moonbeam Ch Comet's Timber Ridge cash ,Ch
Graphic Metallica, CH Graphics Sauvie Quicksilver
, CH Greenwyn Ethan Edwards, CH Peckerwoods Formal
Attire, CH Pinafore Prospector, CH Surprise
Package, CH BlackTie Celebrity, CH BlackTie
Shining on Lake Cove , CH Versailles Color Me Red,
CH Timber Ridge Moonshadow ,CH Banner's Silver
Bullet, CH Braeburn's Antigua Twenty Twenty ,CH
Unique Southern Gentleman ,CH Lake Cove That's My
Boy, CH Unique Daughter of the Sun, CH Kings
Champagne Taste ,CH Champagne Spice , CH K'Fisher
K of the Pines, CH Dawin High Falutin, CH Unique
Anticipation ,CH Peckerwoods Undenably Unique ,CH
Unique Nora of Peckerwood, CH Afterglow The Big
Tease, CH Unique As Good As It Gets, CH Topscore
Contradiction , CH Uniques Who's That Girl CD ,CH
Unique Reach for the Rainbow CD , CH whisperwind
Sky Dancer , CH Whisperwind Brass Band ,CH
Trelarkin's Turn Back Time ,CH Lake Cove just for
the joy of it, CH Unique Opportunity UD, CH Unique
Walking on Sunshine Cox and many more! You can't
go wrong with these babies! The poodle is a group
of formal dog breeds, the Standard Poodle,
Miniature Poodle and Toy Poodle. The Fédération
Cynologique Internationale (FCI) recognizes four
sizes of one breed: standard, medium, miniature,
and toy. Poodles exist in many coat colors.
Originally bred in Germany as a type of water dog,
the breed was standardized in France. The poodle
is skillful in many dog sports, including agility,
obedience, tracking, and even herding. Poodles
have taken top honors in many conformation shows,
including "Best in Show" at the Westminster Kennel
Club Dog Show in 1991 and 2002, and at the World
Dog Show in 2007 and 2010. Toy Poodles won "Best
in Show" at Crufts in 1966 and 1982. Standard
Poodles achieved the award in 1955, 1985, 2002 and
2014. The 2002 winner came from Norway and was the
first overseas exhibit to win the Crufts best in
show award. The poodle is an active, intelligent
and elegant dog, squarely built, and well
proportioned. To ensure the desirable squarely
built appearance, the length of body measured from
the breastbone to the point of the rump
approximates the height from the highest point of
the shoulders to the ground. The eyes should be
very dark, oval in shape, and have an alert and
intelligent expression. The ears should fold over
close to the head, set at, or slightly below, eye
level. The coat should be of naturally
curly texture, dense throughout, although most
AKC-registered show dogs have a lion-cut or other,
similarly shaven look. The sizes of the
official AKC-recognized Poodle breeds are
determined by height, not by weight. Unlike most
dogs which have double coats, poodles have a
single layer coat (no undercoat is present)
composed of dense, curly fur[24] that
sheds minimally.[25] They could be considered
hypoallergenic (though not completely allergen
free).[26][27] The poodle does shed, but instead
of the fur coming off the dog, it becomes tangled
in the surrounding hair. This can lead to matting
without proper care. Texture ranges from coarse
and woolly to soft and wavy. Poodle show clips
require many hours of brushing and care per week,
about 10 hours/week for a Standard Poodle. Poodles
are usually clipped down into lower-maintenance
cuts as soon as their show careers are over. Pet
clips are much less elaborate than show and
require much less maintenance. A pet owner can
anticipate grooming a poodle every six to eight
weeks. Although professional grooming is often
costly, poodles are easy to groom at home with the
proper equipment.[citation needed] Corded coat In
most cases, whether a poodle is in a pet or show
clip, the hair is completely brushed out. Poodle
hair can also be "corded" with rope-like mats
similar to those of a Komondor or human
dreadlocks. Though once as common as the curly
poodle, corded poodles are now rare. Corded coats
are difficult to keep clean and take a long time
to dry after washing. Any poodle with a normal
coat can be corded when its adult coat is in.
Corded poodles may be shown in all major kennel
club shows.[28][29][30] Different show clips Toy
Poodle in Scandinavian clip Standard
Poodle. Simple pet clip An example 11-month-old
white Standard Poodle. Modern clip. Generally, the
owners clip their dogs as they want; however, if
they want their dogs in conformation shows, a show
clip is a requirement. Many breed registries allow
only certain clips for poodles shown in
conformation. In American Kennel Club (AKC) shows,
adults must be shown in the "Continental" or
"English saddle" clips. Dogs under 12 months old
may be shown with a "puppy clip". The AKC allows
the "Sporting" clip in Stud Dog and Brood Bitch
classes, as well.[citation needed] Some sources
believe the show clips evolved from working clips,
which originally provided warmth to major joints
when the dogs were immersed in cold water. The
rest of the body is shaved for less drag in the
water. Others express skepticism at this theory,
instead citing the French circus as the origin of
the entertaining and unique clips.[citation
needed] Second puppy The second puppy clip is also
called the Scandinavian clip or puppy clip. It was
invented by Swedish and Norwegian show groomers in
the 1970s. It is the most common one in all sizes
for shows in Europe, and is allowed for adult
poodles to be shown in the FCI countries. The
face, throat, belly, feet and the base of the
tail are shaved five to seven days before the show
to get a nice, smooth appearance of the shaved
areas. The hair on the head is left to form
a "topknot", fixed in place using latex bands,
because in most European countries, hair spray is
banned. The rest of the dog is shaped
with scissors.[citation needed] Continental clip
In the continental clip, the face, throat, feet
and part of the tail are shaved. The upper half of
the front legs is shaved, leaving "fluffy pompons"
around the ankles. The hindquarters are shaved
except for pompons on the lower leg (from the
hock to the base of the foot) and optional round
areas (sometimes called "rosettes") over the hips.
The continental clip is the most popular show clip
today.[citation needed] English saddle clip The
English saddle clip is similar to the continental,
except for the hindquarters, which are not shaved
except for a small, curved area on each flank
(just behind the body), the feet, and bands just
below the stifle (knee) and above the
hock, leaving four (4) pompons. This clip is now
rarely seen in standard poodles.[citation needed]
Pet clips Pet clips can be as simple or
as elaborate as owners wish. The hair under the
tail should always be kept short to keep feces
from matting in the dog's curls. Most owners also
keep the feet and face clipped short to prevent
dirt from matting between toes, tear stains on
lighter-coated poodles and food from matting
around the dog's muzzle. Beyond these sanitary
requirements, desired clips depend on owners'
preferences. Some owners maintain a longer clip in
winter than summer. The coat is groomed often with
a wire slicker brush to remove tangles and prevent
matting.[citation needed] Hunting In the past 20
years in North America, as has been intimated
earlier in this article, Standard Poodles have
begun to be put back to their original purpose as
duck and game bird hunters. The more commonly
acceptable clips seen in the show ring and the
local groomer's have proven extremely impractical
in action. In the US and Canada, most hunters are
male, lower to upper middle class, and strongly
dislike being seen with a dog that has had an
effete reputation.[31] Dyeing a white Standard
Poodle's hair flamboyant colours and putting bows
in their hair has been a habit since the days
well-to-do French ladies got their hands on them
and circus acts made huge profits on them, but is
unnecessary in the field for hiding in blinds. The
clips otherwise do not guard against the pitfalls
of chasing after ducks, geese, turkey, and
pheasant: Continental clips, for example, shave
the rump of the dog too close to the skin to
provide enough warmth in water below 10 °C in a
Quebec or New England winter and the fancier cuts
that require the hair to be blown straight can
easily get the dog stuck in bramble like a fly
in a spiderweb. The lion cut, popular in the UK,
is a disaster: an exposed flank makes the dog an
easy mark for mosquitoes, black flies, and cuts,
and because poodles have lost much bodyfat over
the past 150 years, exposed skin in cold weather
can make them very sick. Conditions are often
muddy, often snowy, and often rugged-the water can
get very icy. Either can cause longer hair to
become a matted mess or cause ice and slush to
become impacted into the fur, not to mention the
upkeep of repairing the damage at the groomer's
shop becomes prohibitively expensive and time
consuming. Most hunters have their dogs sport a
low maintenance modification of the
Puppy, Sporting, or Continental clip[32][33] The
cut typically shears the dog all over evenly a
quarter inch to an inch and a half off the skin,
depending on the time of year, and usually leaves
the face shaven so the dog can see well. Some hair
on the ankles and on top of the head may be left
longer for warmth in the water, and all that is
required thereafter is a scrubbing in warm water
with a mild soap after a day on the hunt and a
little patience to remove the burrs the dog's hair
collects in the bushes.[34] An insulated orange
jacket in cold weather is preferred and
recommended, as the very bright colour makes the
dog easily seen from a distance and the
insulation compensates for colder temperatures.
Inspecting the dog for fleas and ticks is
paramount and a shampoo that washes them out and
kills them is highly recommended. Different clips
Silver male Standard Poodle in a pet clip. White
Standard Poodle. Continental clip Black Miniature
Poodle, in Continental clip A medium-sized Poodle
in the Scandinavian clip Cream Standard Poodle,
Lamb clip with high-shaved feet Colours The Poodle
has a wide variety of coloring, including white,
black, brown, parti, silver, gray, silver beige,
apricot, red, cream, sable, and patterns such
as phantom and brindle. The ACK recognises Poodles
in either solid-colored or parti-colored
coats.[35] Recognition of particolor (spotted)
Poodles varies by registry. Phantom, brindle, and
sable are considered out of standard by all major
registries. Recognised FCI colourations are black,
white, brown, gray, apricot, and red. For
solid-colored poodles, the coat is an even
and solid color at the skin. In blues, grays,
silvers, browns, cafe-au-laits, apricots and
creams, the coat may show varying shades of the
same color. This is frequently present in the
somewhat darker feathering of the ears and in the
tipping of the ruff. While clear colors are
preferred by registries, such natural variation in
the shading of the coat is not to be considered a
fault. Brown and cafe-au-lait poodles have
liver-colored noses, eye rims and lips, dark
toenails and dark amber eyes. Black, blue, gray,
silver, cream and white poodles have black noses,
eye rims and lips, black or self-colored toenails
and very dark eyes. In the apricots, while the
foregoing coloring is preferred, liver-colored
noses, eye rims and lips, and amber eyes are
permitted, but are not desirable. Incomplete
color of nose, lips and eye rims, or a
"mismatched" color are considered faults by
registries. Parti-colored poodles are recognized
in poodle history as the original coloring of the
poodle.[36] A parti poodle has
solid-colored patches over a white coat. The coat
will usually be white and colored in equal
amounts, though it can vary with a larger percent
of white. Registries prefer that parti poodles
have the same points as its correlating
solid-colored descendants. Brown and white parti
poodles have liver-colored noses, eye rims and
lips, dark or self-colored toenails and amber
eyes. This is also permitted, but not preferred,
in apricot and white parti poodles. Black/white,
Blue/white, and silver/white poodles have
black noses, eye rims and lips, black or
self-colored toenails and very dark eyes. When the
dog has markings that resemble those of a tuxedo,
it is called a "tuxedo" poodle. The upper coat is
solid: head, back, tail; and the lower coat is
white: neck, chest, abdomen, and legs, making up
usually 40% or more of the coat. Phantom poodles
have the coloring of a Doberman Pinscher, with a
lighter color appearing on their "eyebrows",
muzzle and throat, legs and feet and below their
tail. Like Dobermans, phantom poodles have either
a black or brown main coat with a tan (usually
apricot or red) lighter colorings around the
eyebrows, muzzle, throat, legs, feet, and below
their tail. Other colours than already presented

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Member Since: February 21st, 2013
Location: Loganville, GA, United States
Telephone: 6783321551
Website: http://www.klassypups.com/

AKC Show/Hobby breeder, Loveable family additions. 30 yr. Veteran of breeder
of AKC Ch. Dogs. Puppies are hand raised in my home as if they are my children.
They will leave for their forever home healthy and pre- spoiled!!!

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