WE ONLY BREED OUR FEMALES ONCE A YEAR AND WE ARE VERY DEDICATED TOWARD BREEDING HEALTHY, HAPPY PUPPIES. WE SPECIALIZE IN BREEDING AKC STANDARD POODLES, STANDARD LABRADOODLES AND STANDARD GOLDENDOODLES ONLY. WE HEALTH TEST OUR PARENTS. WHEN THE PUPPIES ARE BORN, WE MAKE SURE ALL THE PUPPIES ARE VET CHECKED, CLEARED AND UP TO DATE ON ALL AGE APPROPRIATE VACCINATIONS. AS THEY GROW HERE, THEY ARE SOCIALIZED WITH OTHER DOGS, PEOPLE AND OF COURSE CHILDREN. WE WELCOME ANYONE AND EVERYONE TO COME VISIT, ESPECIALLY THOSE INTERESTED IN ONE OF OUR PUPPIES.
NOTE: Shed versus non shed.......All dogs shed, even doodles and poodles, however most poodles and doodles shed so little it's almost non detectable. Most of these dogs are hypoallergenic, meaning usually do not have the dander that often causes the allergic reactions to some people when they get close to or come in contact with dogs.
YOUR PICK OF THE LITTER
When you come to pick out your puppy, you will see that we go through great lengths to make sure our puppies are treated with the care and respect they deserve. If you are interested in an older puppy, we encourage you to consider buying one of our trained puppies. A 4 to 6 month old puppy can learn more than most people realize. These trained puppies will assimilate into your home easier if they have learned some of the common wanted behaviors.
Many breeders have different restrictions on which family gets which puppy. We understand that kind of thinking because the breeder really is the professional analyzer on the temperament of each puppy. However, we also recognize there is an exhilarated sense of satisfaction when a person or family can make their own selection. We will work together with you to try provide as much information as possible about the puppy or puppies you are interested in, allowing YOU to make a selection that YOU feel works best for YOU and YOUR FAMILY.
Those of you who would like to reserve an early pick of the litter prior to the puppies being born, we require everyone to make a $500.00 deposit to lock up their position in the picking process. We also allow additional partial payments throughout the whelping process with the remaining balance due when you come to pick up your puppy.
Many breeders restrict visiting puppies before 5 weeks of age, however science suggests the puppies immune system is resistant after 10 days of age, so you are welcome to come visit at the puppies any time you like after 10 days of age.
I have no problem keeping a puppy longer than 7 weeks, however additional care charges apply. There is some statistical data indicating the optimal time to take a puppy home is on the 49th day. You can Google Dr's Scott and Fuller to learn about this data. Here's the link, http://www.puppyprodigies.org/stages-of-development.html.
The parents of my litters have all been genetically health tested and cleared. The puppies will have their dew claws removed but I do not dock our puppy's tails. The puppies will be vet checked and cleared as well as current on age appropriate vaccinations. We are breeding our puppies with a low to no shed, hypoallergenic coat. We strive toward breeding puppies with high intelligence and a strong desire to please. Puppies are all exposed to people including children, other dogs and distractions that often spook many dogs. With the exception of our "Hunting Poodles and Hunting Doodles" all of our other litters are bred with low to no prey drive. This means your puppy shouldn't bolt after distractions when they are adults. Our puppies are magnificent.
I ONLY ALLOW RESERVING A PICK IN ADVANCE BASED UPON GENDER.
I DO NOT ALLOW RESERVING A PICK IN ADVANCE BASED UPON COLOR OR COAT TYPE.
THERE WILL BE NO REFUND ON THE DEPOSIT IF THE DAM DELIVERS A PUPPY OF YOUR GENDER CHOICE AND YOU DECIDE TO PASS.
WARNING WARNING WARNING
ALL DEPOSITS ARE NON REFUNDABLE UNLESS OTHERWISE AGREED TO BY BOTH THE BUYER AND REGAL CREST CANINES IN WRITING.
VENMO DEPOSITS ARE AVAILABLE BUT CONTACT US PRIOR TO MAKING YOUR DEPOSIT SO WE CAN CONFIRM YOUR PAYMENT AS WELL AS YOUR PICK NUMBER AND GENDER OF THE PUPPY YOU ARE BUYING.
I RESERVE THE 1ST PICK OF THE OF THE MALES AND THE FEMALES FROM EVERY LITTER. MY FIRST PICK OF THE MALES AND FEMALES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT A SPECIAL PRICE WITH OR WITHOUT RETAINED BREEDING RIGHTS.
Add $25.00 per day, if picked up after 56 days of age.
All of our adult dogs have been health tested and cleared. Our Doodle Puppies are 87.5% Standard Poodle to increase the desired advantage of no to low shed hypoallergenic puppies. The rule of thumb is the curly/wavy coat puppies are low to no shed hypoallergenic.
Why Some Think It’s a Bad Idea to Dock a Dog's Tail.
Tail docking is banned in many parts of the world, including Australia and the U.K. In the U.S., these procedures are unregulated -- meaning they are not banned or controlled. But they are highly controversial. New York and Vermont have considered legislation to ban them, but neither state has so far. The American Kennel Club (AKC) says the practices are “integral to defining and preserving breed character” in certain breeds. But the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) opposes docking and cropping. “The most common reason for cropping and docking is to give a dog a certain look. That means it poses unnecessary risks,” Patterson-Kane says. Docked tails can also develop a neuroma, or nerve tumor. This can cause pain and make your dog snappy if her tail is touched. Studies show that dogs communicate emotions like anger and excitement by wagging their tails, so docking “may interfere with your dog’s ability to interact with other dogs,” says Andy Roark, a veterinarian at Cleveland Park Animal Hospital in Greenville, S.C. Unclear Benefits Though docking and cropping are done mostly for appearance’s sake, many owners and breeders say removing hunting and farm dogs’ tails might prevent injuries during chases or herding. Others say docking keeps energetic breeds like boxers from hurting their tails by thumping them against walls or dog crates. Some owners believe ear cropping lowers the odds of infections. James Serpell, PhD, director of the Center for the Interaction of Animals and Society at the University of Pennsylvania, argues that docking itself could be considered an injury. On the other hand, he says, “research shows that an intact tail is unlikely to become injured, and if it does, injuries are usually minor and heal easily.” Research shows that at least 80 percent of dogs won’t get ear infections, “and the breeds that are most likely to get them, such as cocker spaniels and poodles, don’t get their ears docked,” Patterson-Kane says.
TO BE CLEAR........
I HAVE DEW CLAWS REMOVED, BUT I DO NOT DOCK TAILS.
PennHip, OFA Hips, and/or eVet Diagnostics
We do at least one listed. If we do PennHip we may also do preliminary OFA Hips. PennHip is considered to be final tetsting at 4 months of age or older. OFA Hips are not considered final until after 2 years of age. Prior to 1 year of age OFA will not publish hip results on any dogs. If we don't do PennHip, the dog will receive their OFA final hip testing at 2 years of age. eVet Diagnositcs uses the same methodology as OFA.
All of our dogs have x-rays of their elbows to determine if they have elbow dysplasia.
All of our dogs are examined for patellar luxation. The patellas, or knee caps, can pop out of place which is considered an inherited disease.
PRA, vWD, EIC
Genetic diseases that can be completely avoided if breeders test for the disease. All of our dogs are tested or cleared through parentage for these diseases. PRA causes dogs to go blind at an early age and vWD is a bleeding disorder. EIC is exercise induced collapse. More information can be found about these diseases on our links page.
This is an eye exam that sould be performed annually to look for things such as cataracts. More information can be found on our links page.
This is a genetic recessive developmental brain disease in which no puppies ever survive past the age of 7 weeks.
· F1 – Retriever x Poodle = 50% Retriever 50% Poodle
· F1b – Poodle x F1 doodle = 75% Poodle 25% Retriever
· F2b – F1 doodle x F1b doodle = 62.5% Poodle 37.5% Retriever
· F2 – F1 doodle x F1 doodle = 50% Retriever 50% Poodle
· F3 – F1b doodle x F1b doodle = 75% Poodle 25% Retriever
· F1bb – F1b doodle x Poodle = 87.5% Poodle 12.5% Retriever
Multigen – At least third generation
· Petite – 15-30 lbs. 12-16 inches high
· Mini – 25-40 lbs. 16-20 inches high
· Medium – 35-50 lbs. 20-24 inches high
· Standard – 50 lbs. and up 25 inches and higher