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Pantone puppies are born and raised in my home, in my bedroom and in my living room. I do my best to give my pups the best start in life from the day a litter is planned. I do this by health testing before breeding and researching stud dog pedigrees, by handling and socializing each pup before it leaves for its new home and by grooming and giving each pup abundant love and attention in those early weeks of its life. Pups are socialized to family life, children, other dogs, noise, different environments, sheep, cows and anything else I can expose them to.
Puppies leave for their new homes after 8 weeks of age with their first vaccinations, vet checks and microchips as well as a 'puppy pack'. This pack contains photos of their parents and family, baby photos, pedigree and registration papers, copies of health testing done on parents and information on how to raise, feed and care for them in their new home.
They will be freshly groomed, clipped and with nails trimmed. They will be accustomed to being handled and groomed to give them a good start in life. They will already be crate trained and will already have had a start at toilet training before they leave me. I recommend new owners continue to use pens and crates to make house training easy.
Pantone Puppies leave home with:
Finding the right homes
I carefully screen new homes as I am very particular about where my puppies go. Every puppy is a member of my family and as such I will do everything I can to ensure they only go to special homes. I do the best I can to ensure that my puppies are well loved and looked after throughout their lives.
If you are interested in obtaining a special puppy from Pantone Poodles, please contact me.
Pagan feeds her first litter
Pagan heard we were expecting puppies so she sat at the window waiting for them.
Pagan playing with her second litter.