Now is the time to take your new puppy home
Eggnog is the largest of the litter and loves to be a leader. Very confident and happy.
Very cuddly and happy to see you!
Peppermint is soon going to her forever home in Tennessee.
Gumdrop is a real sweetheart that would love to be your best friend.
Sugarplum is the smallest of the litter, and she is so sweet and loving!
Beautiful and sweet.
Kringle was first born of the litter. Sweet and cuddly! Always ready for fun.
Poodles need love and proper care including a nutritious diet, veterinarian visits, preventative medication for heart-worms, fleas & tick treatment and to be kept clean and groomed. This can be more expensive than some prospective poodle owners realize.
In an effort to ensure that no Walker Haus puppy finds its way to a shelter, I want to be sure that you are aware of the time, commitment and expense involved in providing a standard poodle a loving home for the next 12-plus years.
Necessary expenses for your poodle can be approximately $1200 each year.
If instead of bathing and grooming your poodle yourself you choose a professional groomer the costs can double depending on your location. In addition to the expense, there is a certain amount of time involved to see that your poodle gets enough exercise, is housebroken and trained on basic commands.
Poodles are extremely easy to housebreak. I have always used the crate training method, which works quickly as long as you are consistent in your training.
If a poodle, or any dog for that matter, does not get enough exercise they might work off their extra energy in a way that you find unpleasant. Ideally, you will have a fenced yard, otherwise, you will need to walk him on a leash every day.
Please be prepared to answer the following questions.
Have you ever owned a poodle? Ever given up a dog to a shelter? How many animals are currently in your household?
What kind? House or apartment? Fenced yard? Do you plan to spay/neuter? How long will your poodle be left alone each day?