Litters


We have litters planned!


1) Mid-2021: Prairie and ? (sire not decided)

Prairie’s first litter is expected somewhere around mid-2021! Reservation list can be viewed at bottom of this section. To be added, please read The Process, and then fill out the New Puppy Questionnaire! Because it’s such a small breeding program, you are definitely best off going through the process and getting on the Reservation List, rather than waiting for available pups to be announced. My pups are almost always spoken for well before they are born; it is quite rare that there are pups still available once they are born.

Reservation List is already FULL for this litter. HOWEVER, because it’s far off, some people will likely drop off the list as we get closer. Plus, mom may well have more pups than my guess. Additionally, I may not keep a pup, opening up another spot. So I will continue to accept questionnaires and put you on an overflow list in case a spot does indeed open up. I do not take deposits for that list. If a spot opens up, you will be transferred to the Reservation List in the order you came onto the overflow list. A deposit will be required once on the Reservation List. To get on the “overflow list”, please read The Process, then fill out the New Puppy Questionnaire, and then speak with me on the phone. (See “The Process“.) If all goes well, we’ll get you on the overflow list.

Wait list for Prairie’s Mid-2021 Litter:
  1. Magenta Bay Poodles *
  2. Reserved
  3. Reserved
  4. Reserved
  5. Reserved
  6. Reserved
  7. Reserved
  8. Reserved

If you’d like to get on the list, please read The Process which explains what you need to do!

* Breeder is first on each wait list and I reserve the right to keep a puppy of my choosing. I most often do not keep a pup but I generally won’t know until pups are about 7.5 weeks old if I am keeping a puppy or not.


2) Late-2021: Prairie and ? (sire not decided)

As all studies and science in the past few years has shown us that it is actually healthier for a female to be bred each cycle and not “rested” between cycles as we used to do, theriogenologists (veterinarians who are specialists in reproduction) are now strongly counseling breeders NOT to skip heat cycles, as it’s actually detrimental to the female to do so. According to the reproductive vets, best practice currently is, once you begin, to breed her each cycle and then spay when she is retired so she doesn’t have too many “empty” cycles. To read more about that, click here. To watch a video interview about this subject with the world renowned Dr Robert Hutchinson, one of the leading canine reproduction experts in the world, click here.

Prairie will be bred at the end of 2021, with pups due late 2021! Reservation list can be viewed at bottom of this section. To be added, please read The Process, and then fill out the New Puppy Questionnaire!

Because it’s such a small breeding program, you are definitely best off going through the process and getting on the Reservation List, rather than waiting for available pups to be announced. My pups are almost always spoken for well before they are born; it is quite rare that there are pups still available once they are born.

Reservation List is already FULL for this litter. HOWEVER, because it’s far off, some people will likely drop off the list as we get closer. Plus, mom may well have more pups than my guess. Additionally, I may not keep a pup, opening up another spot. So I will continue to accept questionnaires and put you on an overflow list in case a spot does indeed open up. I do not take deposits for that list. If a spot opens up, you will be transferred to the Reservation List in the order you came onto the overflow list. A deposit will be required once on the Reservation List. To get on the “overflow list”, please read The Process, then fill out the New Puppy Questionnaire, and then speak with me on the phone. (See “The Process“.) If all goes well, we’ll get you on the overflow list.

Wait list for Prairie’s Late-2021 Litter:
  1. Magenta Bay Poodles *
  2. Reserved
  3. Reserved
  4. Reserved
  5. Reserved
  6. Reserved
  7. Reserved
  8. Reserved

If you’d like to get on the list, please read The Process which explains what you need to do!

* Breeder is first on each wait list and I reserve the right to keep a puppy of my choosing. I most often do not keep a pup but I generally won’t know until pups are about 7.5 weeks old if I am keeping a puppy or not.