RedTeddy is seeking one or two co owners for Marmalade and Jelly Bean,
one and a half year old Toy Poodle sisters who are very wiggly, happy and friendly and already house trained! Since these sisters have been together since birth, we prefer that they stay together. The co owner will need to drive to Hudson NY a few times a year when they are at breeding age. After they retire, at around six years old, they will become your personal family pets. Co owners may have other animals but not male dog(s) unless they are neutered. We ask for families who have a life style that includes lots of love and excitement for puppies.
With each healthy puppy your co own female has, you will receive fifty percent of the income for placing the puppy in a terrific forever home. And you do not have to worry about their future: all RedTeddy families are vetted, we look for happy intelligent families who are financially secure and have the time and money to take care of their puppy AS A FAMILY MEMBER. The potential income should more than cover all the costs including high quality diet, grooming, veterinary bills, etc.
INTERESTED? PLEASE FULL IN THE APPLICATION FORM SO WE CAN GET TO KNOW YOU, INCLUDE A description about your interest in co owning and why you think you would make a good family for Marmalade and Jelly Bean. Experience is helpful, but not necessary if you are willing to learn. Being a small breeder has a lot of pros - all our dogs are family. We personally attend every vet visit and mix our own raw food. We email, talk and meet everyone who goes home with one of our pups.
If you love puppies and Poodles, and want to share in the miracle of puppies being born, contact us about a Co-Ownership relationship. We will help at every stage - no prior experience necessary.
THE FINE PRINT We charge one half of the cost of a RedTeddy Poodle puppy per co own RedTeddy ($1000 for one co own RedTeddy. For this pair, we can reduce the total by 25%) The fee is important because it assures us that you are serious about wanting to work with us and not take the Poodle and disappear. That happened years ago when we simply gave a wonderful dog to a family, for free, with the proviso that they test her and contact us to breed her at age two. We never heard from them after they drove off with our dog. Sure, we could have sued, but it is better to find families in the first place who will not behave in this way. You should earn your investment back with the very first litter, and more!