Wind Song Poodles

Wind Song Poodles

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Last Updated:  07/02/20

Jude Iaconianni

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Wind Song Poodles

Northeastern Ohio



teacup poodles



At Wind Song Poodles we take pride in

all we do.  Frequently visiting Schools,

Nursing Homes, Rehab Centers and many

other facilities offering our knowledge about

the breed, training tips and the

responsibilities of pet ownership.


Puppies are born and raised in our home and

 registered with AKC. There are many topics

covered on our web site to help answer all of

your poodle questions.  We hope you find our

web site informative and enjoyable


Read More About Us



Poodle Palace and Chewy Park

(Visit the Poodle Palace)



Wind Song Breeding Program

We DO NOT cut corners with our breeding program.  Our program starts

with complete healthy diet.   Our puppies receive health checks ,

tail docking,  dewclaw removal and vaccines by a

Licensed Veterinarian.


Our Goal is a Healthy Puppy

Not how many we can make and how cheap we can do it.


AKC American Kennel Club


Frequently Asked Questions

Why is it so hard to find Breeders?

Why do puppies cost so much?

Click Here

Read "MY DIARY of a Litter"

Cost and Process of a litter



Next Litter
Late Summer Early Fall 2020

New information is posted here and on our facebook page regarding future puppies.
Attempts in the past to maintain a list was frustrating and time consuming, that resulted in
delayed replies about purchasing a puppy and replies that they were no longer looking for a puppy.






Dakota and Keno's little boy

at 3 Months Old

"LOUIS...Rockin it out with his Trainer"

Special Thanks to Louis owner Lisa for

sharing this Video Clip


Previous Litters Whelped


I breed for Quality

NOT Quantity



PLEASE READ: Study Results Released

Dr. Jean Dodd's  is one of the foremost experts in

pet healthcare and Vaccine Protocols.

1/2 Dose Vaccines for smaller breeds EFFECTIVE

Annual Boosters MAY NOT be necessary



Is it possible to know how big a puppy will get?


My answer is "NO"

If a breeder tells you they can ... They can only give a probability guess


Puppies in Picture


Brown Puppy born  7.2 oz   Adult weight  4 3/4 lbs

Black puppy top left born 5.2 oz  Adult weight  6 1/2 lbs

Black puppy top right born at 5.2 oz  Adult weight 4 lbs



What's it cost to whelp a litter and  Why does a puppy cost so much?

You asked...... I Answered

A lot of facts about the Cost of whelping  a Litter.... with a little Humor




Wind Song Poodle Puppies

Our Dam's and Sire's are bred based on personalities,

colors and confirmation.

Our Goal is a Healthy, Happy Puppy.


All puppies receive our New Puppy Package.

Package includes:  Nap Mat, Toy, Puppy Blanket,

and Purina Pro Plan Puppy Starter Kit


Taking your New Puppy Home

Helpful Tips and Suggestions

Potty Training -  First Nights  -  Do's and Don'ts

Feeding,  Health Issues,  Puppy Care



Poodle Misconceptions

YES....Parti-colored or Phantom colored are recognized and accepted by AKC

But  they do not meet "Show Quality Standards"

AKC Toy Poodle Show Quality Standards

THE TERMS.... Teacup, Tiny Toy and Runts are used by Breeders and Owners

to describe a size of a Poodle. 

Teacups do not fit in teacups and runts are not the small, sickly puppies of a litter.

A "Runt" is just the smallest born in the litter.
History and Facts of the Poodle Breed





Mixed breed Mutts are healthier then purebreds?

Veterinarian Speaks Out

“Adorable mixed breeds” get cancer, epilepsy, allergies,

heart disease, and orthopedic problems just like purebreds.

I see it every day in my veterinary practice but mixed breed

dogs are not tracked like the purebreds so they have a reputation as

“healthier” that is actually undeserved in many cases.    Read More

Why Do Dog's Eat Poop?
Eating of fresh stools is a reflection of an innate predisposition of ancestral canids
living in nature that protects the pack members from intestinal parasites present
in feces that could occasionally be dropped in the den/rest area.
Translation......"It'sin a Dogs DNA to eat poop"
Dogs evolved as scavengers, eating whatever they found on the ground or in the
trash heap and is thought to be one of several appetitive survival behaviors
that have evolved to cope with the periodic adversities of starvation.
Read More



Toy Poodles


Our Girls and Boys


Male vs Female

Which is better for you and your family?



What should you ask Breeders

when looking for your new puppy?



Top Three Reasons People Choose Poodles


  • Highly Intelligent

  • Very Low Pet Dander - Tolerable to most with allergies

  • Very Minimal Shedding - Comparative to people



General Information on Poodles



Why Tails are docked and Dew Claws are removed ?

Breeders that Kennel    VS    Breeders that Do Not Kennel

What's better ... Responsible Breeders



What is Teacup and Tiny Toy?


Teacup is the name given by breeders to describe an

extremely small toy poodle - so there is no universal standard

regarding size. It is generally agreed that a fully grown Teacup poodle

should weigh 4lbs or less and be less than 8 inches tall.

Tiny Toy is a term used by breeders to describe a Toy Poodle

that weighs between 4 and 6 lbs.


Important Information to know about

Teacups and should be kept in mind with Tiny Toys Too:




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