I will breed
Gwenivere to Bisquit one LAST time. I kept the pups
from the last breeding because they are the tiniest
I have bred so far. I was blessed with Elvis and
They are pictured
below. They are not for sale but they are the pups
I got last time from the same breeding.
"Twinkle" Teacup Poodle
He is pictured above. He is 1 day old and will
need to be 12 weeks before he can ship. He is a
Chocolate Phantom, male, 3 oz at birth. $1500.00.
Mom is 6 1/2 tall
I am Elvis. I am a male black phantom teacup
Bisquit x Gwenivere
I am Twinkle, a female black teacup poodle
Bisquit x Gwenivere
It's me Elvis again
I am Gwenivere... Mommy of the pups above.
I am a un-groomed chocolate phantom
female teacup poodle.
more litter planned in the summer of 2006.
accept deposits after
the pups are actually born. So many things
can happen and I don't think it is ethical
to hold someone up for their money who
is looking for a puppy to love..
may not like the puppy that is born in
the next litter(s). I can't predict what
I will get-male, female etc. Maybe you
will find one that you want to buy "now".
I can only make a good guess at what colors
I will get and I have no idea as to the
sex. This is for YOUR own good.
sell AKC registered puppies. You do not
pay "extra" for the papers.
As far as limited registrations go- All
my dogs are breed worthy! Be careful when
breeding these tiny babies. The size of
the stud matters. Also you will not get
rich breeding them. Expect 1 or 2 puppies
per litter and be prepared to spend 1000.00
plus to pay for a caesarian. I know most
breeders charge extra or or will not give
you breeding rights. I feel that they
are afraid of the competition of creating
more breeders. Believe me! The demand
far outweighs the supply. I have no competition...If
you want to breed your dog so you can
have grandchild puppies, I understand
your love. I do not sell to other kennels.
I am not a kennel. I used to show and
and I had a kennel but my dogs live in
my house with me. I was fortunate enough
when I started (35 years ago) to be able
to purchase the best possible genes for
my breeding program and show career. From
there I took it even farther. As far as
I know a rescue group for teacup poodles
does not exist. I don't think there are
any "unwanted teacup poodles"
unless they are owned by the breeders
themselves and they have outgrown their
"usefulness". Now that is sad.
I make a life long commitment to all the
dogs that I decide to keep.