poodle puppies for sale

We have the Collection of Teacup & Toy Poodle Puppies for sale

Teacup Poodles & Toy Poodle Puppies
Located in the Ft. Lauderdale area you are welcome to come and visit our beautiful puppies.Offering little puppies with amazing faces and beautiful coats. The puppies that we have available at the boutique come with shots and wormings, health certificates and a health guarantee.We show puppies or we can ship anywhere in the country.We do not ship out of the country. We specialize in Bulldogs, Teacup and Toy breeds. We show puppies 7 days a week from 10 a. m. to 9 p.m. so be sure to call so you can see the largest collection.



It’s very simple, I take your information over the phone and then you print the order form and fax it in.  You tell me the closest airport to you and I make the reservations and all you have to do is show your driver’s license at the airport baggage department and they give you the puppy.  The puppies are all guaranteed for 14 days viral and one year guarantee on genetics.  You are also welcome to come and visit the puppies. One is cuter than the next. It’s  a labor of love for use and we take great pride on the care we give our puppies and the customer service we provide for our clients.  Don’t forget to visit our Celebrity Page with over (50 Celebrity clients) and our reference page from very happy clients.   PLEASE NOTE:  SCAM ALERT – We do not “Photoshop” or manipulate our pictures to make their eyes look larger.   What you see is what you get.  Our puppies are NOT imported from other countries.


Description: Identical to the Standard and Miniature Poodle except in height, they are a descendant of the Miniature Poodle. The Toy Poodle is a dainty, sensitive little dog who make perfect pets for a less active person who has time to pamper these natural little clowns and be amused by their quaint antics. Well proportioned and squarely built, the Toy Poodle was bred down from the Miniature Poodle. They are an intelligent breed with a delicate disposition and are very easy to train, the easiest of all the Poodles. Toy Poodles are delightful, good natured, and lively dogs. The Poodle makes an excellent family pet who will adapt to any situation and will try anything an owner wants. Toy Poodles are an efficient choice for the owner who wants an obedient dog. They are affectionate with their family, a little wary with strangers, but still accepting of them. They love to be around family and friends, and should not be left alone for long periods of time. Toy Poodles are more sensitive than the Standard Poodle, but still get along well with other animals and children. They come in any solid color, and have very curly, thick fur. Poodles have natural drop ears and a puff of fur on top of the head. Not only do they have an infectious personality, but their hypoallergenic coat is non-shedding. Toy Poodles are bright, perky little dogs who are easy to train and eager to please.

Country of Origin: France

History: The Toy Poodle is the smallest version of the Poodle. France is where the Toy was bred down in size from the Miniature. Toy Poodles are believed to have originated in either Germany or Russia where the standard poodle was used foremost as a water retriever. The word poodle comes from the German pudelin for the splash made by an oar hitting water. Another name for the Poodle is Chien Canard, which means “duck dog”. They share common ancestors with the Irish Water Spaniel, and were originally used as a gundog and retriever. Their original purpose hardly goes in line with what they are used for today: shows. Poodles have become the iconic breed of dog shows to most people, though the Toy Poodle is much more of a companion than a performer today. Originally used in Germany and France as a retriever of waterfowl in their “standard” size, they were later favored by circus performers for their comic appearance and the ease of training. The Miniature and the Toy have both been found in seventeenth century paintings, and are known to have been popular with European aristocracy. Louis XVI owned a Poodle, as well as Queen Anne of England. In the 18th and 19th centuries the breed performed in numerous circuses, and known as a circus breed. In one circus a Poodle named “Domini” was thought to be able to tell time and play dominos. Poodles were also used to seek out truffles, an edible fungus. They are still one of the most popular breeds in many countries today.

First Registered by the AKC: 1887
AKC Group: Toy Group
Class: Non-Sporting

Registries: AKC, APR, UNITED,  CKC, FCI (Group 9), KC (GB), UKC