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Miniature Poodle Puppies
Miniature Poodle Puppies
Miniature Poodle Puppies
Miniature Poodle Puppies
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Miniature Poodle Puppies


Microchip Number For Each Animal Advertised: 900164002171547, 900164002171540

Supply Number: MB217769

Registered Breeder Number: RPBA 14621

We have two deep apricot male Miniature Poodle puppies still available (second and fourth photo)
These pups will leave here with a 12 month health guarantee. In size, miniature poodles are halfway between the large standards and the tiny toys. In my opinion they’re the ideal size for a family pet – not too big, but robust enough to cope with children, and the rough and tumble of everyday life. They are intelligent, athletic dogs who love companionship and are easy to get along with. They make wonderful family dogs thanks to their smarts, their eager-to-please attitude, and their gentle demeanor with kids and other pets. They’re an easy breed to train, low-allergen, and low-odor, so they fit in well with most homes and families. Their low-shedding curly coats have the benefit of being nearly hypoallergenic.

Parents are both 100% DNA cleared through Orivet. Both parents are available to meet.

Pilyara Bandit, the dam, is a very sweet and affectionate red Miniature Poodle (first photo). She has been raised in a loving home with children, chickens, cats, ponies, sheep, and surrounded by fresh country air in the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges. She loves her family and is a wonderful little companion and lap dog, and a doting mother to her litter of seven.

The sire is Pilyara Dusty (third photo), a handsome apricot Miniature Poodle who has a kind and friendly nature and is very intelligent.

Our puppies spend their time with our family throughout the day, so they are accustomed to plenty of interaction and the noises that come with everyday family life. This interaction is important for puppies early on to help them with their socialisation skills as they grow and develop.

The puppies began their toilet training journey at 3 weeks of age. They are still learning, and progressing well. They're quality pups - very active and playful and all have great temperaments.
They go to their new homes vet checked, wormed, vaccinated and microchipped. They also come with a puppy pack.

Dogs have access to: warm bedding, water at all times, ample space to exercise, natural light

Dogs have enrichment provisions: Yes

Dogs are exposed to: people with different appearances or ages, different sounds

Offers lifetime rehoming: Yes

Jennifer Scoullar

Jennifer Scoullar

Pakenham Upper VIC 3810, Australia
**** *** 9844

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  1. Always meet in person
  2. Check all documents before you commit
  3. Ask if they are a registered breeder
  4. Be loyal & patient with your new companion

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