Sansa is Vixen's younger, full sister. She is also out of Yvette and Ares. She is an apricot small standard poodle weighing 45 lbs. She is HIGHLY intelligent making many things with her difficult because she wants to do it her way. She is very food motivated and does train well if you have patience with her stubbornness. Like the rest of her family she can be extremely snugly and sweet when she wants to. No fear if this one is the mother of the litter you are looking at though. She is only going to be bred to Hooch or Dude, both of whom don't have an obstinate bone in their bodies.
Dual registered AKC and UABR. 43 pounds.
OFA elbows- "Normal"
Sansa retired in winter of 2022.
Apollo is the dog that started it all and now enjoys a comfortable retirement with me at college. He has a very loving and gentle personality and wouldn't misbehave for the world. He is a farm dog, though. He lays across the rows in the garden and barks at the chickens, harmless pastimes, really. He is dual registered with United All Breed and AKC. 23 inches tall
Retired and stayed with me until he died on the surgery table while trying to correct a GDV in August 2016.
I purchased Kacie from a local elderly couple on August 7th of '08. The wife had gotten cancer, so after she was done with treatment they were going to travel. Their granddaughter said she would take care of one of their dogs but not both. Since they had only bought Kacie to breed with their male, and it turned out he was sterile, they decided to sell Kacie. Kacie will play fetch with anything you find laying around. She is a lot of fun and reminds me of my old golden we had to put to sleep.
Kacie is dual registered with the AKC and UABR.
Kacie retired in the spring of 2012 and went to live with a family in Arkansas and be a therapy dog. They tell my that she is thriving in her new role.
Yvette came from my breeding of Vanessa and Apollo. (Yvett is my mother's idea for a name, I think its strange but at least it's unique.) Yvette is just like Vanessa, except her features are blockier and and her body better proportioned with enough body to make up for all the leg, (I guess that came from Apollo) but her temperament is just the same. She wants to cuddle and has to get plenty of attention. One of those dogs that follows you everywhere and is constantly underfoot. She was hilarious when she was about 5-8 weeks old because she was a really short ball of red fluff darting all over the yard. My mom had a really big yard so you could take off running just as fast as you could go and she would be right there with you all the way to the other end while the rest of the puppies sat where you had left them and stared questioningly.
AKC and UABR Registered.
Yvette retired in the Summer of 2016. My ex-boyfriend insisted on having her when she retired. He adores her and takes her everywhere with him and I still see her regularly to groom her.
Missy is a blue merle tri Standard Australian Shepherd. She weighs about 38 pounds at maintenance weight. She is small built, low to the ground and quick, just as she should be for herding livestock but she does not have them temperament for it. I've never seen "the stare" out of her and the only thing she does not love is Ophelia as they are both dominant females of the same age. She is extremely cuddly and a bit on the needy side. She is very loyal and attached to me. Most dogs want you to leave them plumb alone when they are having puppies, some wont even have one if they know you are watching them, when she had her first ones she wouldn't have a puppy unless I was sitting on the floor with her with her head in my lap.
Missy retired in early 2017. One of the receptionists at the veterinary clinic where I work fell in love with her, so she is an active college student's dog now. She indulges in regular trips to the various parks in town and almost daily doggie day care.
Vesta is Skyy's sister. She is a more petite and shy version of Skyy and red merle tri.
Vesta is currently adjusting to her guardian home with the previous kennel manager from the vet clinic I work at. She has two kids and a husky to play with. She is coming out her shell so much more now and is really turning into a very nice dog.
Vesta received an early retirement in summer of 2016 after having a puppy in her first litter with a genetic heart abnormality. Nothing changed for her. She was spayed and continued to live on in her guardian home, now made permanent.
Deuce was my Golden Retriever stud. I got him from a hobby breeder in Buffalo, Mo, which is north of where I live. He had one of his back feet smashed when he was little and only has two toes on it.That's is why I decided to call him Deuce.
Deuce is a very nice looking dog, he is always ready to lay his head in your lap for a gentle pat.He's not too demanding and not at all obnoxious.
Dual Registered AKC and UABR
Duece retired October 2013 and I rehomed him with a family in California, Mo where he now enjoys a comfortable life as a house dog.
Amos Moses is an apricot and white parti standard poodle who came from Red Dirt Doodles and Poodles in Prague, Ok. I had planned to breed him to Ophelia before she passed away. I will be using him to improve color and markings in my Aussiedoodles, as well as to breed to Nyx for F1b parti Goldendoodles. Amos Moses is so sweet, smart and cuddly. His downfall would be his ability to learn quickly. Anytime you put him in proximity to another dog he picks up on whatever bad habit that dog has immediately. Apollo flea bites other dogs, now Amos does it. Copper digs holes, now Amos does it. Esme barks and jumps on the back door, now Amos does it. Nyx likes to shred paper, now Amos does it. I spend more time trying to unteach him things than it actually takes to teach him anything new.
Amos Moses retired in March of 2018. He went to live with one of the client's from the clinic who had approached me about getting a poodle buddy for her existing middle aged male standard parti poodle.