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Our Breeds

Poodles have been around since the 15th century and are currently one of the most popular breeds in America. Often thought to be fragile indoor pets due to their fancy haircuts, poodles were originally used to hunt and retrieve waterfowl. By nature they are alert and curious making them excellent watchdogs. This also lends to them being intelligent, loyal, trainable, and active pets. They will bond quickly to family members and are quick to pick up commands and tricks. Poodles are an excellent choice for families of all sizes and are a great breed for first time dog owners. They are true family dogs who can play hard with children all afternoon, then curl up in the living room for an evening of relaxation.

A cross between the Shih Tzu and Toy Poodle dog breeds. Small, hypoallergenic and cuddly companions, Shih-Poos make great companion animals for just about anyone, They love to be doted on, pampered, and loved. They are pretty versatile and can thrive in almost any environment–Single person, or family, just make sure your Shih-Poo gets lots of love and attention.  

With the intelligence of a poodle and the loving nature of a cocker spaniel, it’s no surprise the cockapoo is one of the most sought-after crossbreeds in the U.S. With an outgoing nature, cockapoos get along easily with everyone they meet. They're a happy, friendly breed that will devote their lives to loving their families. Depending on how they're raised, a cockapoo can be a couch potato or prefer romping outdoors. These pups love to get attention and will give it right back.

Yorkshire Terrier
The Yorkshire Terrier is considered to be one of the most popular dog breeds which is no surprise considering their cute appearance as well as their charming personalities. Yorkie's can be described as feisty, energetic and sometimes bossy. They are very affectionate and in turn they love to be loved on as well. They make great little watch dogs and can fit into most families with ease. 

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