Toy Poodles

Pricing and Payment Information


Now accepting deposits!!!

A $300 non-refundable deposit that will be applied towards your balance allows you to choose your puppy.

Your pick will depend on the order that the deposit is received.


Toy Poodle Puppies

Starting at $2000* (Females starting at $2200) for deposits made before December 2020

Starting at $2200* (Females starting at $2500) for deposits made starting January 2021

Toy Poodle with exceptional coloring like red, silver, chocolate, etc and any markings like phantom, parti, brindle, merle puppies, ask for pricing. (Pet price is with a spay/neuter contract)

We ask for cash only for final payment.

PayPal's 3% processing fee has been added to the deposit cost.


*Price subject to change

*Waiting List Agreement*


We require a $300 deposit to secure a slot for you.

The remaining is due at pickup or you can pay in full at pickup date, whichever you prefer.

Under special circumstances I can workout a payment plan that best suits your budget, but a $300 deposit is required to secure a slot, no exceptions.

Your deposit may transfer to the following litter if the amount of puppies born is less than desired.


Once the puppies are born, all buyers will get notify and will receive photos.

1st buyer will have one day to select. Then,

2nd buyer will have one day to select after 1st buyer has made their selection. Then... 

so on and so forth in the order when reservation was done.

If buyer is unable to select, then we will choose which puppy.


A $300 non-refundable deposit that will be applied towards your balance allows you to choose your puppy.

Your pick will depend on the order that the deposit is received.


  • $100 toy poodle discount for anyone referred by another family who adopted a puppy from us

  • $100 toy poodle discount for pastors, teachers, home school families

  • $100 toy poodle discount for U.S. military, veterans, firefighters, EMTs, and police officers

  • $200 discount for family and personal close friends.


Deposits help breeders keep track of how many puppies from a litter are spoken for and, in a show of intent; they indicate the buyer’s seriousness and commitment to getting a puppy. Similarly, by accepting this good faith deposit, a breeder indicates their approval of the buyer as an acceptable home and their commitment to that buyer to provide a puppy. Deposits are a two way street as they bind and protect both buyer and seller. The breeder agrees not to sell the puppy to anyone else or to take other reservations for that special puppy from a particular litter. The buyer promises to purchase the puppy from the breeder and not to go to anyone else for a puppy in the mean time. If all goes as planned, the buyers get their adorable new puppy and the breeder has the satisfaction of a job well done and a puppy carefully and lovingly placed in a wonderful home. 


We do not ship puppies.

Option 1: We can meet with you at South Bend, Indiana airport for pickup. 

Option 2: We can meet with you at O'Hare airport in Chicago, Illinois. ($100 driving charge)

Option 3: You can hire our puppy Nanny. Full payment for puppy is required prior to hiring the puppy nanny.

Puppy Nanny Requirements and fees are buyer’s responsibility. Breeder's approval is required. Please contact Diana ‭269.757.3761


*We reserve the right to refuse a sell to any customer for any reason and without explanation.*


Today I had one call, one email and two text messages asking for Christmas puppies, and this was the question from all four.




Allow me to say a few words to those who write an email or text a message or call to simply ask for a price without reading the information on the website. I also address this to those who surprisingly state:


“…for ‘just a dog’? I can buy a cheaper dog elsewhere”.


Well, behind every pure bred dog is a responsible BREEDER. I’m using capital letters to differentiate a breeder from a pet factory that say they have puppies available all year for any type of individuals. When you choose to buy a dog from a breeder, this breeder is responsible for the well being of every dog in their care. From the parents they own, to the newborns that are sold. This responsible breeder will skip holidays, sleep, social gathering, vacations, dinner outings... and for most, their own home space will be turned into space for their dogs that live inside the home with these breeders and not in a barn or outdoor kennels. These breeders are truly passionate breeders. They love what they breed and put their whole heart into it. Not only in the puppies that are sold but also their hearts ache for those who get sick and those who die.


A breeder will get their hands dirty, often covered in placentas, sometimes blood, poop and even mud. Because that’s one aspect of what breeding is about. A responsible breeder will do progesterone tests, echos, ultrasound, xrays, analysis, c sections, vaccinations, research pedigrees, deworm, cytology test, and even getting them evaluated by specialists. A responsible breeder will also do daily monitoring, constant cleaning, caring, interacting, nurturing, and loving their puppies to build a stable foundation for a life time; and that’s without mentioning the long list of supplies, including medical supplies, nutrition, utilities, special housing and accommodation needed to maintain and produce quality puppies.


Last but not least; a responsible breeder CHOOSES the family lucky enough to have one of their puppies. Yes, you read that right. A truly responsible breeder chooses who they sell to. And those that are chosen not only become a lifelong extension of this breeder’s love and care to their puppies, but they also understand and appreciate what a breeder is all about.


This is why, it is not “just a dog”.


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