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Hello my name is Lyne and here is a small piece of my passion for this wonderful breed, the standard parti poodle.

The love for the poodle started in 2004. We bought a white standard poodle her name was Annabelle. She was an outgoing ball of joy and loyal. It was clear that the standard or royal poodle is what we wished for in a dog,
good companion, calm temperament, intelligence, beauty, size, and for it`s hypoallergenic fur and skin.

It was through all the research that I  came across the Parti poodle. Love at first sight. Her name is Arielle. It was her unique colors and pattern that set her apart from the rest of the pups.

Arielle is silver and white and has a personality that we couldn't describe, our history of love became a reality. My passion for dogs goes further. I couldn't imagine being without them in my life.

Breeding Standard parti poodles.... it's a dream come true.........

History of the Parti poodle.

Partially colored poodles, or "Parti" Poodles are recognized in poodle history as the original coloring of the poodle. A Parti poodle has colored patches over a white coat. Parti colors are brown/white, black/white, silver/white, and so on and so forth. All parti poodles have a white base coat; ideally, the coat will appear almost 50% white, 50% color though it can vary with a larger percent of white. The colored markings or patches should be on the poodle's head, body, and tail. Parti poodles should have the same points as its correlating solid-colored descendants. Brown and white parti poodles have liver-colored noses, eye rims and lips, self-colored toenails and amber eyes. (This is also permitted, but not preferred in apricot and white parti poodles). All other parti colors have black noses, eye rims and lips, black or self-colored toenails and very dark eyes.

Phantom poodles have the coloring of a Doberman Pinscher. Meaning, they have a lighter color appearing on their "eyebrows," muzzle and throat, legs and feet and below their tail. Like Doberman, Phantom poodles have either a black or brown main coat with a tan (usually apricot or red) lighter colorings around the eyebrows, muzzle, throat, legs, feet, and below their tail.

Tuxedo poodle is when the dog has markings that mimic that of a tuxedo. The upper coat is solid: head, back, tail, and the lower coat is white: neck, chest, abdomen, and legs (usually 40% or more of the coat).