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Sunday morning early I drove out to Chattanooga to meet with Gloria and Kelsey to pick up the babies.  They traveled really well and after 24 hours have settled in like this is their home.  They slept through the night in a pen in the living room, which has access to the back yard via a doggy door.  When I got up at 6AM this morning, the entire group had already been outside to potty and were having a big time playing in the dew damp grass.  Such smart babies!  Needless to say, I am happy with their intelligence and clean nature.   They all napped in the pen next to the couch while we watched TV last night, but right before bed I woke up the lot and called them back outside for a quick potty.  They all did great, so potty training is well started with this group.

During their morning nap, I was able to rouse them enough for a quick photo shoot.  They really REALLY didn’t want to wake up, but it made for puppies who were willing to stay away from the camera.  The light was coming in the living room windows, softened by the porch overhang, so it made for some pretty shots.

I also took some video of the babies yesterday right after they arrived.  Watch the video and note how stressed out they seem (HAHA).  They really walked in like they owned the place, and thought the kids were the best thing ever invented!

 

Aptitude testing will occur sometime over the next 24 hours, so watch for a blog update tomorrow.

One male available from this litter.  CLICK HERE for details.

 

~Becky

ONE MALE AVAILABLE FROM THIS LITTER

Please read this entire post before contacting me to limit you questions to topics not covered.   Application required, so contact me to get an application.
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I cannot believe it is almost time, but I am heading out to pick up these lovely babies from Gloria and Kelsey this Sunday!  We are meeting in Chattanooga bright and early for the trade off.  I’m excited about having these little dolls for a few weeks to socialize and evaluate.  My neighbor and her children are all ready to help socialize and build these little guys into the confident pups I know they can be.

You can really see their colors showing now and we have a good idea on the adult colors at this point.  They will all be either Blue or Silver.  If you don’t know what a blue is just look below at the photos of the parents.  Both parents are blues.  It is lighter than a black, but not as light as a silver.  In any case, we have one male not spoken for currently, but until the other homes select their puppies, we will not know which puppy is up for adoption.  If you might be interested, please read the details below the photos for more information on the litter (pedigree, health testing results, photos of the parents.).   Purchase price for a pet puppy with limited registration is $1600.00.  Show/Breeding pups must be co-owned by us.

ARMANI – Blue Male

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COLE – Blue Male

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GUCCI – Silver Male

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GUESS – Blue Female

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KLEIN – Silver Male

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Our beautiful blue girl, Ziva, was bred to Cory, an amazing sweet blue boy.  Both dogs are calm and on the smaller side, though Cory still has a very male head and bone structure.  I’ve been wanting to do this breeding for several years, after I first met Cory in 2012.  We expect these guys to make amazing pets, therapy dogs, and light/moderate performance prospects.  First time Poodle owners would be happy with a puppy from these two stable Standards.  These two dogs can produce Black, Blue, Silver, and White/Cream in solid colors.  We expect a nice variety from with these two.   This will be Ziva’s second and last litter.

This litter is a co-bred litter and will be whelped and raised at Cory and Ziva’s breeder’s / owners home in North Carolina, due to some travel plans I have already in place for spring.  Gloria (mother) and Kelsey (daughter) are the owners of Tintlet.com and breed amazing dogs who are expertly cared for and raised in their homes.   There are few breeders I am willing to own dogs with, but these two ladies are the best.  They are also amazing groomers who will start your puppy off right with frequent baths, brushing, and shaving training.  When the pups turn 7 weeks of age, I will pick up the pups and temperament test them.   I plan to bring the litter to ‘Camp Baxter’ for training and socialization and final placement.  I am traveling again the end of May, so those pups not picked up by mid May will return to Gloria until we return from our trip.  Gloria is located 4 hours from me, in Franklin, NC.  This is very convenient for puppy socialization and training fun!  All this traveling produces really resilient pups who rarely get car sick and do not stress over change.

Purchase price for a pet puppy with limited registration is $1600.00.

We are located in HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA.

AKC name, photos, health testing, pedigree for the litter, and COI all located below.

SIRE: U-GRCH Tintlet Curtain Call

Cory’s Health Testing Results: 

PO-SA4129/26M-VPI SEBACEOUS ADENITIS Jan 27 2014 Feb 27 2014 26 NORMAL
PO-EYE798/27M-VPI EYES Feb 14 2014 Feb 28 2014 27 NORMAL
PO-CA1734/19M/C-VPI-ECHO CARDIAC Jun 1 2013 Mar 4 2014 19 NORMAL – CARDIOLOGIST, ECHO
PO-21465G26M-VPI HIPS Jan 27 2014 Mar 7 2014 26 GOOD
PO-EL2132M26-VPI ELBOW Jan 27 2014 Mar 7 2014 26 NORMAL
PO-TH2664/26M-VPI THYROID Jan 27 2014 Mar 13 2014 26 NORMAL

I have copies of Cory’s DNA test results for DM, NEwS, and VWD that were done recently, but have not yet been mailed to OFA.  Email me for a copy.  He is normal on all DNA test.

 

DAM: U-GRCH Tintlet Livin’ So Divine

ZIVA’s Health Testing Results:

POS-375734 CERF Mar 16 2012 Mar 16 2012 * 21 TESTED: 12
PO-20446E29F-VPI HIPS Nov 30 2012 Dec 27 2012 29 EXCELLENT
PO-EL1794F29-VPI ELBOW Nov 30 2012 Dec 27 2012 29 NORMAL
PO-VW901/33F-VPI-CAR VON WILLEBRANDS Mar 15 2013 Mar 25 2013 33 CARRIER
PO-EYE800/33F-VPI EYES Mar 15 2013 Feb 28 2014 * 33 NORMAL
PO-CA1903/47F/C-VPI CARDIAC May 31 2014 Jul 16 2014 47 NORMAL – CARDIOLOGIST
PO-EYE800/47F-VPI EYES May 31 2014 Jul 18 2014 47 NORMAL
PO-TH2792/49F-VPI THYROID Jul 11 2014 Aug 12 2014 49 NORMAL

PEDIGREE FOR LITTER

COI for Litter

 

~Becky

As sometimes happens, one of the homes waiting for a puppy from the Ziva and Cory litter had an emergency.  We all agreed adding a puppy right now was not the best idea.  Because of this, we now have one male puppy not spoken for with our current litter.  Photos and and information on the litter can be seen here:  Ziva and Cory pups – 4 weeks old   I will be picking up the litter next weekend and after a few days observation, I should be able to let the first few homes select their puppies after aptitude testing.  I do not allow anyone to select a puppy at birth, by color, or by photo.  Temperament is important and must be considered.

If you would like an application for adoption, please drop me a line at Becky@anutta.com

 

~Becky

EDIT!!!!!   These pups were all spoken for, but one home had an emergency and must wait for our next litter.  This means one male puppy is not spoken for and is up for adoption.   My computer crashed and I lost a lot of saved emails for those interested in puppies.  Please contact me if you might be interested in a boy from this litter.  Do not assume you do not qualify or I would contact you.  It is a rare thing for us to have a puppy available at 5 weeks of age, so this might be someone’s lucky day. 

I have to apologize for the lack of updates.   Two weeks ago we were out of town for spring break.  I mentioned this and I ‘thought’ when I got back all would be well.  However, I picked up a cold and was down for a few days upon our return.  After that, I loaded some software I needed for a new camera I purchased on my birthday, which killed my computer.  Seriously, I lost EVERYTHING I had not backed up.  Keith spent a day attempting to get my computer up and running without formatting.  However, it wasn’t possible.  Something was dreadfully wrong so we had to start anew.  Over the last week I have been trying to get my computer up to a functioning level, without tossing it out the window or screaming obscenities.   I rarely think about screaming obscenities, so that should give you a clue how far gone I was at that point.  In any case, I am ‘mostly’ up and running.

Kelsey supplied me a few photos.  She has also been having ‘technique difficulties’ with her camera storage and settings.   The photos she sent were mostly blown out, but I was able to fix a few enough to post here, once I installed Photoshop.  I know you all want to see the babies and both of us vow to be more on the ball.  Maybe I can get her to do some video now that the babies are able to venture outside for short periods.  It is hard to video inside, due to lighting.

We decided on “Clothing Designer” names for the pups.  These are just temporary names for me to be able to tell who is who here on the website and for Kelsey and Gloria to use while they are in North Carolina.  The new families are more than welcome to change these names, once they select their babies.  I do ask that the people adopting these guys pick a registered name focused towards fashion if at all possible.  It allows me to remember which litter goes with which parents later down the road without having to dig back into my files.    Examples of possible names:  “Anutta Putin On the Ritz”,  “Anutta Dapper Dan” , “Anutta Fashion Police”, “Anutta Fashion Trend”, “Anutta Icon of Fashion”, or “Anutta Haute Couture” (high fashion).  Be creative and find something that speaks to you.

ARMANI – White Chest Spot – MALE
This boy is starting to fade, but is not as light as Klein or Gucci.  We believe he will be Blue as an adult.

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KLEIN- BLUE COLLAR – MALE
This boy is fading fast!  He will be light Blue or Silver

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GUCCI – GREEN COLLAR – MALE
This boy is fading fast!  He will be either a light Blue or a Silver

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GUESS – PINK COLLAR – FEMALE
This girl is starting to fade a little.  She will be Blue as an adult.

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COLE – RED COLLAR – MALE
This boy is still holding dark.  He will be Black or dark Blue as an adult.

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Our beautiful blue girl, Ziva was bred to Cory, an amazing sweet blue boy.  Both dogs are calm and on the smaller side, though Cory still has a very male head and bone structure.  I’ve been wanting to do this breeding for several years, after I first met Cory in 2012.  We expect these guys to make amazing pets, therapy dogs, and light/moderate performance prospects.  First time Poodle owners would be happy with a puppy from these two stable Standards.  These two dogs can produce Black, Blue, Silver, and White/Cream in solid colors.  We expect a nice variety from with these two.   This will be Ziva’s second and last litter.

This litter is a co-bred litter and will be whelped and raised at Cory and Ziva’s breeder’s / owners home in North Carolina, due to some travel plans I have already in place for spring.  Gloria (mother) and Kelsey (daughter) are the owners of Tintlet.com and breed amazing dogs who are expertly cared for and raised in their homes.   There are few breeders I am willing to own dogs with, but these two ladies are the best.  They are also amazing groomers who will start your puppy off right with frequent baths, brushing, and shaving training.  When the pups turn 7 weeks of age, I will pick up the pups and temperament test them.   I plan to bring the litter to ‘Camp Baxter’ for training and socialization and final placement.  I am traveling again the end of May, so those pups not picked up by mid May will return to Gloria until we return from our trip.  Gloria is located 4 hours from me, in Franklin, NC.  This is very convenient for puppy socialization and training fun!  All this traveling produces really resilient pups who rarely get car sick and do not stress over change.

Purchase price for a pet puppy with limited registration is $1600.00.

AKC name, photos, health testing, pedigree for the litter, and COI all located below.

SIRE: U-GRCH Tintlet Curtain Call

Cory’s Health Testing Results: 

PO-SA4129/26M-VPI SEBACEOUS ADENITIS Jan 27 2014 Feb 27 2014 26 NORMAL
PO-EYE798/27M-VPI EYES Feb 14 2014 Feb 28 2014 27 NORMAL
PO-CA1734/19M/C-VPI-ECHO CARDIAC Jun 1 2013 Mar 4 2014 19 NORMAL – CARDIOLOGIST, ECHO
PO-21465G26M-VPI HIPS Jan 27 2014 Mar 7 2014 26 GOOD
PO-EL2132M26-VPI ELBOW Jan 27 2014 Mar 7 2014 26 NORMAL
PO-TH2664/26M-VPI THYROID Jan 27 2014 Mar 13 2014 26 NORMAL

I have copies of Cory’s DNA test results for DM, NEwS, and VWD that were done recently, but have not yet been mailed to OFA.  Email me for a copy.  He is normal on all DNA test.

 

DAM: U-GRCH Tintlet Livin’ So Divine

ZIVA’s Health Testing Results:

POS-375734 CERF Mar 16 2012 Mar 16 2012 * 21 TESTED: 12
PO-20446E29F-VPI HIPS Nov 30 2012 Dec 27 2012 29 EXCELLENT
PO-EL1794F29-VPI ELBOW Nov 30 2012 Dec 27 2012 29 NORMAL
PO-VW901/33F-VPI-CAR VON WILLEBRANDS Mar 15 2013 Mar 25 2013 33 CARRIER
PO-EYE800/33F-VPI EYES Mar 15 2013 Feb 28 2014 * 33 NORMAL
PO-CA1903/47F/C-VPI CARDIAC May 31 2014 Jul 16 2014 47 NORMAL – CARDIOLOGIST
PO-EYE800/47F-VPI EYES May 31 2014 Jul 18 2014 47 NORMAL
PO-TH2792/49F-VPI THYROID Jul 11 2014 Aug 12 2014 49 NORMAL

PEDIGREE FOR LITTER

COI for Litter

 

~Becky

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I’m heading to get Jazz and River’s eye’s certified with OFA in about an hour.  Hopefully all will be normal with both dogs.   Because I can’t take my dogs to the eye vet looking scruffy, I forced myself to groom everyone this past week, now that the weather has turned warm and ‘mostly’ dry.  The mud pit that was my backyard is turning back into dirt and dead grass, so I don’t feel like I am wasting my time.  These photos were taken a few days ago when I groomed up River boy on Tuesday.   I left a bit of facial hair on him at the request of my son.   I’m not a fuzzy face lover, so I am not sure how long I will be able to stand the beard.  Thankfully River doesn’t feel the need to submerge his head while drinking, unlike Jazz and Jubilee who both leave a trail of water a mile long after a small sip.  I swear they intentionally get an extra mouth full of water so they can squeeze it out through their lips for fun.

I was also able to get Jazz done on Wednesday.  She always looks fabulous groomed up.

Tomorrow starts spring break, so updates to the blog and website will be less often.  I’m trying to get new photos of the dogs before updating their static websites.  It is a time consuming project, but eventually I will have things looking great.  I sent out a cute and funny questionnaire to everyone who is fostering or co-owning my dogs and almost everyone has returned those to me.  It will be included on each dog’s page to add a bit of humor and give you details about their personalities at the same time.  I just need to find the time to get it all finished!

~Becky