Tall Chocolate Miniature Poodle Stud

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Tall Chocolate Miniature Poodle Stud

Post by SamandRupert » 10 Feb 2007, 17:07

Rupert is availabe for Stud, he is just over 16 inches tall.
Perfect size for working Labs and Cockers.
Clink the link below to see pics and more information.
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Post by gailg » 10 Feb 2007, 18:22

Love the pics!
Rupert is so gorgeous :)
Best Wishes,Gail

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Post by PennyAli » 10 Feb 2007, 19:48

your site looks much better now :D
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Post by SamandRupert » 11 Feb 2007, 10:21

Thankyou Gail, Rupert is Gorgeous and he knows it lol!

Thankyou Lisa, I asked for the permission from a fellow cockapoo breeder in the states if I could use the pics of her tribe. The Labradoodle pics came from friends and other sites where I also asked for permission, the other cross breed pics came from a site where they are happy to let you use their pics.

If anyone else would like to donate a picture of their darling on my site, I would love to display them. I am also happy to provide links to other similar websites.
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Post by PennyAli » 11 Feb 2007, 11:39

just making sure all is well, I waited until my dog had produced pups before setting up my website as I wanted to make sure I wasn't liable for copyright
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Post by SamandRupert » 11 Feb 2007, 14:46

Thats a fab website you've got, your pups look gorgeous and chunky. I bet you have trouble getting anything done. I'd be just cuddling them all day :lol:
Rupert would love to mate with any lady thats in season but unfortunatly I am a little choosier. At the moment he has been lined up with 2 labs, a labradoodle and quite a few Cockers. I know that if a Cavalier was bought to Rupert the pups would be gone in a flash.
I won't be crossing Rupert with anything ridiculous.

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Post by SamandRupert » 11 Feb 2007, 15:36

The majority of people who contact me have owners lined up, I also provide a waiting list of people who are after a specific cross. I am advertising Ruperts services at the moment as he is new blood, pure chocolate and has Above All a FANTASTIC TEMPREMENT! All the details of his health checks are on the website.
Cockapoos are as big in the States as Labradoodles and Goldendoodles.
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Post by Barb » 11 Feb 2007, 15:58

SamandRupert wrote:Cockapoos are as big in the States as Labradoodles and Goldendoodles.
Cockapoos have been bred in the States since the 1950's so they are very well established over there. I prefer the American Cocker type as opposed to the English Cocker type. Which do you prefer?

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Post by chelsea » 11 Feb 2007, 16:10

I met some gorgeous cockapoos at the Wag and Bone show last year. I spent a long time chatting to a lady who has been breeding them in this country for about 5 years. The dogs were beautiful and very friendly. Ideal, I would say, if you were looking for a small dog with a big heart.

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Post by SamandRupert » 11 Feb 2007, 16:38

Hi Barb and Chelsea, ( I have a Showtype English Cocker) I do prefer the look of the English Cocker cross as they have longer noses and don't look so squat faced. The lady who supplied the photos on my site of Cockapoos started with an American Cocker and Minature Poodle. The Pics are of the 5th Generation and are now bred Cockapoo to Cockapoo.
I have also spoken (today in fact) to a lady with a Toy Poodle Stud who uses him to breed a slightly smaller cockapoo and so far none of the pups have moulted. She has been breeding for a number of years now. So this is fantastic news although I will not be claiming that my pups will be non-moulters, I just hope that at least one will be<lol>
I will post pics as soon as they are born. As they will all be homed locally, I can keep a close eye on them, and take regular photos. I'm very excited to see how they will look as adults.
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Post by PennyAli » 11 Feb 2007, 16:40

Edited due to Sam and I suffering with PMT :lol:
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Post by SamandRupert » 11 Feb 2007, 17:45

:lol: :lol: :lol: @ Lisa
I'm not trying to set the world alight with a wonderfull new breed.
YES I allow my Miniature Poodle to be used for stud to other breeds.
I ask a number of questions to prospective breeders (quite a few have come from here!)
I keep a list of potential new owners and pass on details.
I ask all potential breeders if they wouldn't mind if I pass on their details to certain organisations. I work as a fund raiser (voluntry) for these organisations.
Hopefully by the end of 2008 there will be more Deaf Adults (Allergy sufferers) who no longer live lonely lives. They will be out socialising with other dog lovers. They will know when it is time to get up or their Fire alarm is ringing. They will know when visitors are knocking ect.

edited again...found a naughty word or two! :lol: :lol:
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Post by PennyAli » 11 Feb 2007, 17:49

I have also offered Baileys assistance for assistance dogs :D
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Post by Sharon » 11 Feb 2007, 18:51

You cannot possibly start a new breed simply by importing the occasional stud dog or bitch - It is very important that alongside these lovely imported doodles, that there are british bred doodles being brought into the gene pool too. It is very important that Lisa and other min doodle UK breeders continue with their own lines..... which as far as I can see, they are doing.

Each to their own but I am uneasy too about anything and everything being crossed with a poodle .... is there any real likelihood of all these poodle crosses being recognised as proper breeds in the future, I wonder? I do believe the Labradoodle will be recognised as a breed in its own right (although it is prob a long time off yet) but I remain sceptical re the other crosses - but perhaps that does not matter to those that breed them.

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Post by SamandRupert » 11 Feb 2007, 20:20

As soon as Poppys pups arrive I will be asking the assitance of another cockapoo breeder to pick out the most likely pup with a non-shedding coat to go to a puppy walker. Then it will go for training. I will be posting his/hers progress on my website as a blog.
I'm not a dog snob but a dog lover and firmly believe in the saying "Mans Best Friend"
If you want I will happily provide a link to your website via mine as I receive enquiries every day for Poodle crosses, especially Labradoodles.
I would rather they were redirected to a home breeder than look for a puppy farm, I'm sure all your dogs live in the house like mine, get attention and love like mine.
I'm not in it for the money, I donate to the training, and I enjoy meeting like minded people.
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