All puppies from this litter have been adopted. Watch this site for news of our next litter. We hope to have another litter by August, 2020.
Jolene gave birth to 8 wonderful puppies on April 6, 2020. There are 3 boys and 5 girls in this litter. The colors of the boys are Apricot, Black/tan phantom, and cream parti with an apricot bullseye over his left eye. The colors of the girls are 3 black/tan phantoms, one apricot and white parti, and one black and white, and apricot tuxedo tricolor . All of these puppies will be non-fading, which means that whatever color they are born– that is the color they will be when they grow up. Both parents have been thoroughly health tested, and have OFA good hips. Jolene is a UKC Champion, and both of Ozzy”s parents are UKC Champions. Jolene’s mom is also a UKC champion, so you can see that these pups are very well bred. These pups will be beautiful and will have wonderful temperaments. If you think that you might be ready for a puppy in June 2020, please contact me now to get on the waiting list. 303-908-3749
The puppies are growing so fast. Now they go to the outdoor pen in the daytime when the weather is mild.They are playing and beginning to show their personalities. In a few days they will be completely weaned.They are now eating puppy kibble and baby cereal mixed with goat milk. Every one of them is growing very well.
There are six deposits on this litter, so don’t hold off. They will all be spoken for very quickly.
This is the apricot parti boy. He will be moyen sized. His name is Clyde.
This is the black and tan phantom boy. He is one of the largest pups. He will be a small standard. His name is Elmer.
Here we have the apricot boy. He is one of the larger pups in the litter. His name is Josiah. He will be going home with Joy and her family in Loveland,Co.
This is Gladys. She is the biggest puppy in the litter. She is a muted black and tan phantom. She will be going home with Colleen and her family in Northern Colorado.
This is Henrietta. She is a cream girl. She will be moyen sized. She is going home with Gabrielle to be her pet and emotional support dog.
This is TinyTina Turner. She is by far the smallest puppy in the litter. She will be a small moyen. She is a black and tan phantom. She will be going home with Dinsmore in Ft. Collins, Co.
This is Jolie. She is a black/White/Apricot tricolor. We are retaining her for breeding. She will go to live in a guardian home until she grows up. She is one of the larger pups.
This little girl is named Mavis. She is a muted black and tan phantom. She will be moyen sized.
These puppies will be AKC registered and come with a 2 year genetic health guarantee. Dew claws will not be removed, and tails will remain natural. They should make really wonderful additions your the family. Prices range from $1300 to $2000 for limited registration. Contact me to discuss full registration. 303-908-3749 For current info and pictures please go to : www.breedersclub.net/betsypoodles
Ozzy is a young stud, and this will be his first litter. He is a black and cream brindle phantom and he carries the parti gene. He weighs 54 lbs. In these photos he is in a sporting clip and you can easily see that he is square and has great conformation. He is very friendly and loves to cuddle.
- Jolene, the mom, has been awarded a UKC Championship in conformation. Also, the Grand Dam-Pippa, is a UKC Champion. These puppies are clear by parentage for DM, NEWs and VWD1.
This is Jolene at 7 months.
These pups are Champion bred and will be AKC reg. All health testing has been done on both parents. They will be raised inside my home and I handle them every day. They receive neural stimulation from day 6 to 16 which strengthens their immune systems and helps them to deal with stress as adults. Dew claws have not been removed, and these pups will keep their natural tails. For details on these pups go to: www.breedersclub.net/betsypoodles or 303-908-3749.Here is Jolene winning her UKC Championship in November of 2018.
The following pictures are from previous litters. All have been adopted and are doing well in their new homes, but I have kept their pictures to show the possible colors in upcoming litters.