American Kennel Club
Continental Kennel Club
The United Kennel Club, Inc
Do not purchase poodles from any breeder who is
unwilling or unable to back-up their pups health in writing from a licensed
and/or unwilling to produce the sire and dam pedigrees'.
A breeder should not be offended that a purchaser is
looking for a healthy pup!
FORM YOUR OWN OPINION:
Male poodle puppy rec'd from:
Patricia (Patty) Saidi, Patty's Precious Poodles, RT 5 Box 235,
Charleston, West Virginia
This is one of the original photos Saidi sent(1.) and on arrival to my home(2.).
He was also a short-legged poodle, another deformity I was not advised of this
prior to shipping.
I gave him a haircut(3.) & discovered 1/3 of his bottom jaw was missing(4.&5.).
Physical Exam report from my Veterinarian(6).
breeder kindly advised me of Saidi's new website:
the contact email address is:
See the AKC.org website, poodle page for the
poodle�s conformation standards and colors.
AKC- from a distance, you should be able to tell what breed of dog
you are looking at by their silhouette only.
Short-legged poodles are a deformity!
Sure, the Poodle may be under 8" tall (teacup guideline), but it could very
well be a large toy or miniature poodle with Dachshund-like short legs!
I do not recommend or support irresponsible, unethical breeders intentionally
producing deformed dogs.
Shame on Margaret Reinhardt and
Why would a breeder be insulted that a
Purchaser is looking for a healthy poodle?
I have never requested to buy one of
Margaret's pups. Just her website is enough to deter any ethical
breeder. I was so angered by her program, I contacted her about it!
I once asked Thumbelina's Poodles (Margaret Reinhardt) if her
pups were given a P.E. by a Veterinarian (Her Health Guarantee was "fishy").
I ONLY purchase healthy, defect-free, good tempered poodles as verified
professionally to consider being part of my breeding program.
I offer this same courtesy willingly at no cost to
Email me for my horror story
Margaret Reinhardt- Thumbelina Poodles' idea of a teacup poodle:
One of my Freedom Poodle teacup pups:
These pups are the same age (7-8 weeks old).
After I posted this comparison, Margaret says it's a toy show puppy!
& changed her website AGAIN!
no matter how much experience they have, can tell if a puppy has show
potential until the pup is at least six months old.