Where Toy Poodles Are Bred Responsibly!
Our love for Toy Poodles and desire to see this AKC breed have a standard of excellence compelled us
to originate Abounding Poodles. Toy Poodles have been our passion since 1986.
We have been competing in the show rings since 2004.
We Breed to Improve
No puppy is an accident, but each is the result of a careful mating that will produce an exceptional litter of puppies, with qualities that are as close as possible to the ideal AKC Standard for the Toy Poodle breed.
Responsible breeders take a step back and honestly evaluate the good and bad points of their own dogs before making the decision to breed them. The goal of breeding is to produce a better dog. Dog shows are the best way to get an objective opinion of your dog, by testing it against others.
DNA Tested, OFA Certified
Our adult dogs are tested for various genetic diseases most common to Toy Poodles in order to ensure that puppies produced will not suffer from these conditions.
Good Temperament and Sweet Disposition
Our dogs are also screened for behavioral issues and only those who are sweet, intelligent, and with an overall sound temperament are allowed to contribute to the Abounding Poodles gene pool. (...more)
A Good Representation of the Toy Poodle Breed
We aim to produce what a Toy Poodle ought to be. You will not find a short-legged, big round protruding eyed dog in our lines. Our goal is to produce a "Poodley Poodle," a good representation of the breed that can proudly carry the Abouding name in its pedigree.
All puppies have a 48 business-hours window to be checked by a vet. During this period of time the puppy may be returned for any health issues. Thereafter the puppy will be covered in case of a genetic life-threatening disease until its first birthday. You can find the detailed Health Guarantee here.
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We Carefully Screen Potential Adoptive Families
No puppy shall ever be sold to a puppy mill, a pet store, or an agent of either. Potential families must fill out an extensive questionnaire and provide references.