|Sonne Standard Poodles
Located Between Canton and Hartville in Ohio
Phone: (330) 232-4738
Please see our FAQ webpage for
pricing and more information.
We received a video link from the family
of one of our 2011 puppies, Bonnie, who
is trained as a Service Dog. To watch
Bonnie's video, please click her picture
My pleasure, Lois. Glad you enjoyed it. She
worked at Cardinal Hill Hospital this afternoon in
Lexington, KY. We go every Thursday to the
Hospital and work with a Therapist and a TBI (or
helps perform) whatever motor skills the patient is
injuries, etc. There are 4 other dogs that also work
each week and it is a fairly new program; we were
able to get in on the ground floor so to speak.
Note: Haley's parents are Shelby and Sirius who
are parents of our March 30th litter. Leesha,
mother of our April 5th litter, is Sirius' sister. Shiloh,
father of our April 5th litter, is Shelby's father.
We received this newspaper article about
Haley, one of our pups from 2011. When I
emailed John to thank him for the article, he
sent an email with an update on Haley's
Included with our puppies is: AKC Registration (Breeding Rights are not Included),
microchip inserted by my vet at their 6 week check-up, a Starter bag of Life's
Abundance Holistic Puppy/Dog Food, Shot Records from Veterinarian, 3-Year Health
Guarantee, Door Hanger with Bell for Outside Training & a toy with litter-mates'
scent. Please see our FAQ webpage for more information and pricing.
I no longer dock the tails on my puppies. I feel that the holistic trend toward the natural
length tail is in the best interest of the pups. The tail serves a functional purpose and is
actually an extension of the spine. It is used for communication, for balance and aids the
dogs in elimination. Additionally, it is absolutely adorable.
If you are interested in one of our puppies, please either email or call me. I do not have an
application but do like to hear some details about you & your family when you inquire about
our puppies. Thank you for your interest.
All available puppies started outside training at 6 weeks and are doing well.
They are sleeping in their individual crates overnight without accidents or
crying. They go to bed around 9:30pm and sleep through until 6:30am
when our alarm clock goes off. Everyone has been to the vet twice and
received their 2nd puppy shots on 6/14 or 6/16. They are typical of the
Standard breed in that they are loving, intelligent and enjoy being with
people. We don't seem to have a shy one in this group, they are all friendly
and love meeting people.
Please click puppy's name below their picture for more
information and pictures.