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Welcome to Patriot Poodles, the Premier Red Breeder in Northwest Arkansas / Southwest Missouri!   We live in the beautiful Ozarks, headquarters to Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. after serving 20 plus years of active duty service with the Air Force.  We occasionally having a litter of puppies ranging in color from sunny apricot to dark mahogany red.

Should you care about Champion Bred Poodle puppies if you just want a pet?  I'll answer you with another question: Do you want a Poodle that looks and acts as a Poodle should? If your answer is yes, then you should care about having a puppy breed from Champions.  Conformation Champions have been judged by the bred standard to be the quality and temperament to carry on the next generation. 

The basic purpose of conformation dog shows is to evaluate the breeding stock for use in producing the next generations.  A Champion poodle has defeated quite a few other poodles because he/she is a better representative of the breed standard. Conformation Champions and other Performance titles should be one of the first things you look for in a breeder.  Don't be fooled by breeders who say they have show quality puppies when they have NO Champions!!!  Do your research, ask for the names of the Breeders and or Professional handlers that have evaluated the litter and contact them.   I ALWAYS have the litters evaluated by people who have decades of experience in breeding and evaluating puppies.  It also ensures I am not kennel blind to what I like over what is the best to improve the breed.  I would be happy to provide you the names of the individuals that evaluated the puppies. 

The second thing you should look for is health testing. Breeders who do more then the minimum for the breed signifies that they are concerned about the health of their dogs and the puppies that they will produce.  Ask for copies of the certificates or look for the results posted in the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals database.

Responsible breeders educate themselves by researching their lines and networking with other breeders. Responsible breeders try to use the best dogs that are available to them for every breeding. If a breeder says they "Breed for themselves," ask them why?  If they claim it's for the betterment of the breed, do they have champions?  How do they know they are breeding a better dog without producing champions in either conformation or performance events?  Do they go to sires outside of their kennels?  If they keep breeding the same dogs to the males they have, they are nothing more than PUPPY MILLS and BACKYARD BREEDERS who are ONLY producing dogs to make money!  Improving the breed is knowing what your dog lacks and going out to find that male/female that will complement and correct factors for the next generation!  Please do not support Puppy Mills and Backyard Breeders!  In the end, you usually get what you pay for and most of the time itís less than expected.

Our poodles live in our home as pets, not in a kennel.  I register puppies with the American Kennel Club (AKC).  The dogs are physically supervised while outdoors on 6.2 acres. We are 450 feet back from the road on a dead end street. Why are we always outside with them? Anything can happen and we are responsible.  We conduct both structured and unstructured playing and training.  All poodles are groomed by myself and given that special one-on-one time.  We believe in taking good care of them because a good, healthy dog will give you years of unconditional love and friendship. 

All puppies are sold with a Limited AKC registration on a spay/neuter contract unless agreement has been made for co-ownership for the desire to show in the conformation ring.  I handle my own poodles in AKC, UKC and IABCA conformation show rings.  My show standards are shown by Sharon Svoboda, Professional Handler.  I am an active member of the Poodle Club of Tulsa (AKC), Apricot Red Poodle Club (AKC) and the Multi Colored Poodle Club of America (UKC).   Why so many?  Because the clubs need our support and they signify dedication to the sport.

Our puppies are generally groomed 3 to 4 times before given to the new owner so they are familiar to the grooming process.  Each puppy comes with a puppy pack of goodies, health guarantee, health certificate, vaccinations, four generation pedigree, registered with AKC, paper training and worming to date.  All puppies are socialized and pampered.  We also perform Bio-sensor stimulation training and the Volhard Puppy Aptitude test.  We fit the right puppy to the families lifestyle and needs.

Patriot Poodles believe it is a life-long, loving relationship between dog and human and it should not be taken lightly or in haste!  Thank you for visiting.

Jean Urban

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