WELCOME TOBridney's Toy Poodle Pups Home
Bridney Toy Poodle Pups Home raises quality AKC Toy Poodle bred with emphasis toward confirmation (meaning structure, form, appearance, and movement), protection instinct, love & affection, sound temperament, and health & longevity.
We are active in the dog community and participate/have titles in showing conformation, competitive obedience, agility, IPO, and service/therapy work. All of our dogs have champion/working titled pedigrees and are titled or working on a title. All of our dogs are fully health tested and updated annually.
From time to time we may have a select litter planned and puppies may be available. They are typically spoken for in advance and we interview the candidates for our puppies before placing them. We have a lifetime commitment to our puppies and owners.
Most of all, we want to share all there is to know about these dogs and strive for the ultimate vision for the breed. Please browse through, each tab has a lot of information below it to consider.
We do not condone or support the breeding of the "white"/Albino Toy Poodle as it is a genetic mutation.
These little white balls of fluff exude joy and delight!
Our Toy Poodle puppies for sale are highly intelligent, animated and playful.
They love people, family, and children, and are a wonderful addition to any family!
We have Toy Poodle puppies for adoption. We are dog lovers and huggers. But above all, we are Toy Poodle enthusiasts and lovers of all things Toy Poodle!! Owning our own Toy Poodle over the years has shown us the love and magnificent essence of the breed. We have studied the breed, learned their ways, and educated ourselves in the world of canine genetics, health & training
Although your Toy Poodle will want to please you, he can be difficult to housetrain. Crate training is recommended.
Toy Poodle are prone to chills, especially if they are damp or walking in damp areas.
If your Toy Poodle has long hair, he can get sunburned on the skin where the hair is parted on the back.
Because of their small size and delicate structure, Toy Poodle generally aren’t recommended for households with toddlers or small children.
To get a healthy dog, never buy a puppy from an irresponsible breeder, puppy mill, or pet store. Look for a reputable breeder who tests her breeding dogs to make sure they’re free of genetic diseases that they might pass onto the puppies, and that they have sound temperaments.
Some Toy Poodle have delicate digestive systems and may be picky eaters. Eating problems can occur if your Toy Poodle has teeth or gum problems as well. If your Toy Poodle is showing discomfort when eating or after eating, take him to the vet for a checkup