Celeto Standard Poodle Puppies

Standard Poodle Litter Announcement!!
Whelped June 23, 2015
6 girls ~ 2 boys

                        CH Pinafore White Ocean Breeze, "Kai"                                X                                Celeto's I Love Lucy, "Lucy"
Please visit our Puppies page to learn how our puppies are raised.

Please visit our Puppy Evaluation & Selection page for more information.

Please visit  Can I Pick Out My Own Puppy? for information on how puppies are sold
When you purchase a Celeto Poodle, you become part of our extended family; and we are available to our families for the lifetime of our puppies. Should you ever have questions regarding diet, vaccinations, house breaking, crate training, grooming or anything we can assist with, we will. We are always interested in how our puppies are doing and love to receive updates and photos of our babies as they grow up; along with brags about their accomplishments and titles!! All of our puppies leave well-socialized, crate trained, introduced to potty training, fully groomed, vet-checked, all vaccinations appropriate for their age at delivery, dew claws removed and tails docked.

I ask for a non-refundable $500 deposit to hold a puppy for you. A separate agreement,signed at the time you pay in full and pick up your puppy, includes a 72-hour health guarantee and a 3-year genetic health guarantee. The puppies receive their first Distemper and Parvo vaccine at nine weeks old and they leave for their new homes at 10 weeks.
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Running in the yard @ 5 weeks!!
Babies @ 4 weeks old

The puppy pile at 1 week old

 Each Puppy goes home with:
All veterinary records, including vaccines given and testing completed
A copy of the pedigree of both Sire and Dam
A copy of your signed contract & genetic health guarantee
AKC Registration Information
Information on puppy training, crate training, nutrition, vaccines
A stuffed toy with the scent of  your puppy's dam and littermates
We will provide you with training, vaccine and nutrition information and support for the life of your puppy
We love to stay in touch with our pups and their families through pictures, email and visits.

Taking your puppy home
We will do our best to make this transition as easy as possible for you and your new friend. We suggest picking up your puppy when you have a few days free, to help him or her adjust to his/her new surroundings. Poodles are very adaptable and we feel confident your adjustment will be a success. We recommend you bring along your puppy's crate, with a soft towel or two inside. If your driving a long distance, please bring a small bowl and a bottle of water, plastic bags and some paper towels.

Ways you can prepare to welcome your puppy home:
Puppy proof the house
Purchase a Vari Kennel (plastic type of dog crate) for crate training
you'll want lots of good puppy toys - we recommend Bully sticks, chew toys, and soft toys. Make sure the toys are indestructible, if not they can be a choking hazard. We do not recommend rawhide bones.
Leash & Collar  (we do NOT recommend retractable leashes)
Stainless steel or ceramic food and water dishes. One for food and one for water. If you have other pets, be sure to give the puppy it's own bowls to avoid conflict with other pets in your household
A puppy bed such as a crate with a crate pillow, a snuggle nest. Whatever you choose, make sure it is always soft, comfy, and dry.
Puppy treats. Make sure you get a variety such as: Freeze dried beef or chicken liver, cut up hot dogs to very small pieces, small pieces of cheese- cut up, chicken breast.
Dog food: We recommend a natural raw diet .  Please see our Raw Diet page for more info.
Basic grooming tools such a pin brush,  greyhound comb, nail clippers, dog shampoo, and towels.

We are located in St. Charles, Illinois, just a short drive from Chicago, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana & Southern Michigan.

Liz & Jane Newby
St. Charles, IL.