Poodles you see on this page live with friends and family and I help them sale their puppies. The adults on this page are not for sale.

MOMS Not all of our Poodle moms are on this page. We have a handful that live with family and friends that are not pictured here. If you have questions on any parents of Poodle puppies we have available please email me for pics and info. Thanks email: jordanfamlytreasures.com

Baby (Female)
Weight: 4 lbs.
Height: 8 inches
Color: Red

Baby is a very affectionate girl. She has an amazing personality that we see in every one of her beautiful puppies. This little girl lives the life of a queen and is very much pampered. She will throw teacup puppies in Red, cafe au laits, white, black, apricots… depending on who we breed her to… and partis are also possible.

Candy (Female)
Weight: 4.5 lbs.
Height: 8.5 inches
Color: Red

Candy is as sweet as her name. Just a loving little tiny girl that has some of the most gorgeous dark red babies I have ever seen. She lives with my friend Linda and I co-own her… She throws teacup puppies in dark red… and partis are also possible if we breed her to a parti male. We also have a full sister to her we co-own and get the same beautiful tiny pups from…

Cherry (Female)
Weight: 3.1/2 lbs
Height: 7.1/4
Color: Red

Mahogany red girl also lives with my friend Linda and I co-own her… She throws teacup puppies in dark red… She is our smallest red dam.

Scarlett (Female)
Weight: 5 lbs.
Height: 85inches
Color: Red

This mahogany red little girl gives us beautiful tiny dark red Poodles just as dark as she is. She also lives with my friend Linda and I co-own her… She throws teacup puppies in red, and also partis if bred to a parti boy.

Olive (Female)
Weight: 4 lbs.
Height: 8″ inches
Color: Chocolate

Chocolate baby girl that I just LOVE! She has a great friendly personality and loves affection from everyone she meets. Not a shy hair on this girl! I co-own her and am proud to have her in our group of top quality mommas. She has thrown us beautiful chocolates, blacks, and parties.

We have a few others such as a couple of parti girls and chocolate girls that we co-own and get pups from, pics coming soon of them!


Tanner (Male)
Weight: 2.11 lbs
Height: 7.5 inch
Color: White

Here is Tiny Tanner: Tiny white male. AKC & APRI registered. From teacup lines. He has chocolate, white, and red in his background.

Chief (Male)
Weight: 3.5 lbs
Height: 8 inches
Color: Red

Here is Fire Chief: Tiny Red Stud. AKC & APRI registered. From teacup lines.

Rusty (Male)
Weight: 3 ½ lbs
Height: 8” inches
Color: Red

Here is our little Rusty: Tiny Dark Red Stud. AKC & APRI registered.

Lil Tex (Male)
Weight: 2 ½ lbs
Height: 7.5” inches
Color: Brown

Lil Tex is our tiny chocolate brown stud: AKC & APRI registered. From Teacup Lines.

As you read on the HOME page, we are a group of friends and family and all adults live in homes of my friends and family so the puppies can be raised in family homes, well loved and with potty training started. We all come together to sale our different breeds on this family website.

So you want a puppy that looks like a little teddy bear! Well you have come to the right place! We have worked for years with selective breeding and searching long and hard for certain features to achieve this look on our small Poodles and Poo mixes and we have that in mind when we look for a dog we might want to keep for breeding. We try to stick with shorter nosed Poodles that tend to still look like a puppy as an adult. We keep most of our Poodle adults and puppies in a puppy cut with a full face of hair. We do also get traditional long faced Poodles as well but most are shorter nosed and square framed with that teddy bear look they keep for life.

 All our Poodle and Poodle mix puppies come with potty training started and many are already completely trained to use the PUPPY APARTMENT. Please read the TRAINING PAGE about this wonderful potty system for your tiny puppy.

Breed Info As To  AKC Standard:

  • Personality: Proud, active and very smart.
  • Energy Level: Very Active; Poodles are enthusiastic walkers, runners, and swimmers. They’re eager for all kinds of activity, and they enjoy keeping busy.
  • Good with Children: Yes, but must socialize throughout life.
  • Good with other Dogs: With Supervision
  • Shedding: Infrequent, Hypoallergenic
  • Grooming: Daily brushing, clipping every few months.
  • Trainability: Eager To Please
  • Height: 10 inches & under (toy), 10-15 inches (miniature), over 15 inches (standard)
  • Weight: 4-6 pounds (toy), 10-15 pounds (miniature), 60-70 pounds (male standard), 40-50 pounds (female standard)
  • Life Expectancy: 10-18 years
  • Barking Level: Barks When Necessary


BREED HEALTH: Poodles in general are a healthy breed genetically. The biggest complaint I have seen is the Poodle got bigger or smaller than it charted to be which is not a health issue. That is just something to expect in a breed that started off as a Standard size and was bred down in size. That’s why we can’t guarantee adult size.  Second is teeth: small breeds are prone to gum and tooth issues so you need to be proactive and brush your dogs teeth on a regular bases. A yearly vet teeth cleaning / scaling is recommended for small breeds. You may also need to get a few baby teeth removed if they do not fall out on their own which would be basic pet maintenance. Third is Knees: Poodles should get their knees looked at because patella luxation is seen in the Poodle breed. Its rare but does happen every great once in a while a puppy may have a grade 2 or less knee at 8 wks of age. In most cases the knee will tighten on it’s own just fine by the time they are a year of age. If it is over a grade 2 then the dog could have arthritis in old age.  If the knee is very bad then surgery may be needed. Surgery is not needed for every case. If someone calls me at their first vet visit that is within the first 3 days after transfer and says the pup has a grade 2 or less knee I will either give the choice to bring puppy back for a replacement or full refund or owner can wait to see if knee will tighten up on it’s own before a year of age. If owner chooses to wait then knee will only be guaranteed fully if over grade 2 at a year of age, if a grade 2 then we will give half of puppy price off as store credit. If a grade 3 or more it is fully guaranteed and you will get another puppy free when you are ready for one. In over 20 years of offering Poodles I have only had 5 people out of hundreds say their dog had a loose knee and in all cases but one they tightened by adulthood. Hypoglycemia: In very tiny Poodles as puppies you need to watch for hypoglycemia, which is not a genetic health issue but is because of their tinier more fragile size.

 *Teacups and Micros: These are puppies that are estimated by the weight chart to be tiny and we do not guarantee size on any puppy or any breed since we are not god. Any size estimates are a guess and no refunds will be given if your puppy ends up bigger or smaller than you wanted. We will not tell you your puppy will certainly be a certain size full grown. We tell you the pup’s age and current size and you can look on the weight chart yourself to get an idea of what that estimates the size of the pup to be. Keep in mind the weight chart is not 100% but is usually close… My opinion of a Teacup is a dog under 4.5 pds  and less than 9″ tall full grown. We consider Tiny Toy to be around 5 pds and 9 to 9.5 grown, Regular toys are around 10″ tall or less. Minis are over 10″ tall. Teacup and Toy parents can have micro sized puppies as well as mini sized puppies since all sizes of Poodles come from a common ancestor, the Standard Poodle. I have a breeder friend that breeds for standards and she says even her standards that are 70 lbs can sometimes have mini sized Poodle in their litter that only ends up 20 lbs grown… So really any pup can end up different than you think it will. You can use parent’s sizes and puppy’s current size to make a guess but that’s all it is, a guess. I do not want a buyer that will complain if their puppy that charts to be a teacup ends up a toy or bigger, so if you are one of those do not buy a puppy from us. Yes your 1 lb at 8 weeks old puppy can end up 8 lbs, and yes your 2 lb at 8 weeks old puppy could end up 4 lbs. If you want a guarantee on size LOOK FOR AN  ADULT DOG!

   Pricing : You are paying for what the puppy is “at time of sale” and are not paying for what it will end up being as an adult in color, size, or any other factor, which only god knows. So if your puppy ends up a different size or color than you wanted that is a gamble you agreed to take when purchasing a younger puppy. Poodles are sold by not just one factor, but many. The smaller the dog the more they may cost, but not always, more than a puppy’s current size goes into what a puppy will cost. You have to also consider sex, color, availability, and most important quality. Puppies that have the whole package.(Tiny baby doll face, and square coby body,) will sell for more than a puppy that doesn’t. I have even had some larger Poodles be more expensive than a tinier one, so ask about price of a pup you are interested in. Our Poodles start at 1200.00 and go up from there, although on occasion we may have a discounted pup for less do to age or another factor that may cause us to drop the price. We get all sizes in the toys from our females from super tiny to regular sized toys, so ask about the pup you are interested in. There are many different names for Tiny Teacup Poodles such as Micro, Pocket puppy, Purse Puppy, etc… We get the tiniest micro  size  you will find anywhere on up to Tiny Toy, and Toy sized, even some that would be considered minis. You can’t really guess adult size on a puppy until it is close to six weeks old, so I provide parent’s sizes and puppy’s current weight to help you guess until then, but even at 6 wks its still just a guess on size.  Some of our premium puppies will not be priced until they are 6 wks old. So if you place a deposit on a specific puppy that is younger than 6 weeks old, and it does not have a price yet, you are agreeing to pay the final price that he/she will be given at 5-6 weeks of age. In the case of a very small puppy or very high quality pup the price can be $2500 or more… A puppy that is priced at a younger age may go up in price, but if a deposit is made on a puppy that is already priced the price is locked and will not go up. Deposits are non refundable but can be slid to any other puppy if something happens to your puppy. Deposits are not refundable or transferable if you have chosen a puppy to place on hold, and then change your mind for any reason. Payment in full is due when puppy is 6 weeks old to give time for payments to clear the bank. I will not transfer a puppy until payment has cleared in the bank. I know how it feels to want a tiny dog and get your hopes all up just to find out your new pet has grown up to be a bigger size. Yes I have had this happen to me when I bought a male before that was supposed to be 3pds full grown but ended up a regular huge Toy size. It was upsetting not because the pup was bigger but because the breeder did not care or even take my calls when this happened. I will not do this to my buyers… I have sold hundreds of Poodles and very rarely is there an issue, but rest assured if anything at all ever comes up with your puppy I am here for you and will keep communicating with you and I pledge to make it right with the buyer. As to our guarantee we do not give refunds, but will work with the buyer and can give store credit, or free breeding with one of our studs, or something else, but I always keep communication open and will be here for my buyers 24/7 no matter what comes down the road. ALL PUPPIES COME WITH AKC OR OTHER REGISTRY PAPERS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED! We get poodles in every known color from our breeding dogs. Coat colors do change sometimes so call and ask about the potential adult color of a puppy you are interested in. Poodles do change coats three different times so no one, not even I, can be positive on the adult color of any Poodle. I like to think of all our tiny puppies as being precious gifts from above. Please feel free to contact me for puppy advice or just to chat. I love to hear how the puppies are doing in their new homes. Most our Poodles come with their tail docked. If you wish your puppy to have a long tail you will need to contact me before the puppy is 3 days old to let me know. After you have read the rest of this page you can go to the Puppy Care Page to learn more on our tail docking procedure. GROOMING: Poodles require a coat trimming once a month but can go two or three months between grooming if you keep them in a puppy or short cut. You will need to brush your poodle at least twice a week to keep his/her coat looking it’s best. You do not have to worry about cleaning up lots of stray hairs from your furniture, since this is a low shedding breed. The perfect indoor pet!!! Don’t forget to brush your Poodles teeth at least once a week, because all toy breeds are prone to tooth decay if not cleaned regularly. Visit Our GROOMING PAGE for more info on grooming. We also take our dogs in to the vet for a more in depth dental cleaning once a year. Keep those pearly whites looking perfect! Look on our Puppy Care Page for more info on getting your home ready for a new puppy. Your puppy will see a vet before it is transferred to you if it is shipped, and if any medical issues are seen at all we will contact you immediately and see if you would like to put your money paid towards another puppy. I guarantee the health of your puppy, as long as you follow the directions on the Health agreement purchase contract and the teacup puppy care form for the puppy’s proper care. You can see both of these linked on the PAYMENT PAGE. Getting a tiny Poodle you know they take a little more work and care than larger breeds if they are an extra tiny puppy. If you do not have the time to syringe feed a puppy if needed every 3-4 hrs and even in the middle of the night then a Teacup Poodle is not right for you. Teacup Poodles also need lots of rest and have to live most their young life in a small confined area like a puppy play pen until full grown because of their tiny fragile nature. Please read BLOG page post: IS YOUR HOME THE RIGHT HOME FOR A TEACUP SIZED PUPPY?”…  I am available 24/7 to speak to you if you have any questions or concerns before and after you receive your new baby. You can read the Puppy Care page for info on how to get your home ready for your new puppy. Please look at our guarantee page to see the legal health guarantee you will need to agree with and sign before we transfer your puppy to you. The PUPPY GUARANTEE states we now give only limited registry papers unless buyer is approved for breeding rights. SHIPPING: We are located near Archie, Missouri. That is about an hour from Kansas City. For shipping info please look at PAYMENT / GUARANTEE page of our site. Look on the PAST PUPPIES page to see some of our past poodles in different colors.

Teacup / Toy Poodle Weight Chart This is a Weight Chart I found On Line. You can use it to help you estimate the adult size your puppy is currently tracking to be. Keep in mind this does not work 100% of the time but is just one of many methods people use to guess a poodle’s size.

Puppies that chart to be extra tiny: We are known for our healthy extra tiny puppies. All our tinier pups come with care instructions for a tinier more fragile puppy. Make sure to follow all instructions. We do not guarantee a puppy will be the size it is charting at time of transfer to be the adult weight when full grown. If a buyer says they absolutely have to have a certain size I tell them to look for an adult then. That is the only way to be sure your dog will stay tiny. Poodles and poodle mixes can even end up bigger than their parents! Why: because Toy poodles were bred down from standard sized poodles and absolutely any poodle or poodle mix can end up being bigger. In my years of experience the toy breed weight charts are accurate about 80% of the time. So 20% of the time the puppy has ended up bigger and some even doubled or even more than doubled the size they had charted at time of transfer.  Size and color change is a risk you take when buying any puppy and NO breeder is going to guarantee that. I’m just one of the few breeders that is honest about it right from the start. As always I want the new puppy owner to be happy and if you have any issues at all you are welcome to contact me to see what can be done for you. I’m available by phone 24/7 before and after you receive your puppy. Again the chart below is to help you in YOUR “guess” as to the adult weight of your puppy and no guarantees as to it’s accuracy with your puppy. We can only guarantee we are honest about the puppy’s current size at time of sale and are honest on the sizes of the parents. With Poodles there is no 100% guess on size because toy poodles were down sized from standard poodles and within the breed the size is not stable, I have had pups every now and then that charted to be tiny teacups end up over 10″ grown, even when from teacup parents. Only god knows for sure what a puppy will end up as. I have no problem working with a buyer that their teacup Poodle ended up a bigger sized dog. **If you purchase a puppy that is $3500 or more and charts to be 4 lbs or less and less than 8″ tall as an adult by the weight charts est at date of sale and it gets over 10″ at shoulder at a year of age I will try to work with you by giving possible store credit on a future puppy, or even allow you to use one of our tiny studs for a litter of your own if you have a female you can bring to us to breed. Quality and color can also make a regular toy sized Poodle a $3500 or more price. That pup would not be covered. Your Poodle puppy’s weight at time of purchase will be written on the Health Contract. It is this weight that we look at to determine the puppy was charting at time of sale to be as an adult size. If we do not have a record of the puppy’s weight at time of sale then the weight at your first puppy vet visit dated with 3 days of purchase will be used. We can not give money refunds because that is against our guarantee but will be there and work with you 24/7 if you have any issue at all with your puppy or purchase. You can also call us if you have any questions. Weight Guess on Other breeds: You can use this to help guess weight on a small Poodle mix as well. But absolutely no guarantees as to it’s accuracy on a mix breed dog. On mixed breeds and medium sized dogs the general rule of thumb is 8 week weight times 4 should get you close on adult size estimate… Again, no guarantees so look at both parent sizes as well as sizes within the breed: example; A cocker female may only be 15 lbs and even if bred to a 5 lb Poodle can still have male Cockapoos that are over 15 lbs because male Cockers are bigger than female Cockers within that breed.

Predicting a puppy’s adult size and weight is not an exact science. This chart, developed over many years of experience by long-time poodle breeders and experts, is a helpful guideline at predicting future weight. (Example: If your 6 week old puppy weighs 20 oz., it’s projected adult weight would be 4.5 lbs.) We do not guarantee it’s accuracy.

Below is the chart for height of a Poodle I found on line. Height is measured from the floor to the top of shoulder blade. Most small Poodles are done growing in height at about 6-8 months of age. There is no height chart for Teacups but you want it to be shorter than the Toy sizes. If you want a true teacup, make sure it is 6″ or less at 12 weeks of age. Teacup Size Info: Teacup and tiny toy Poodles are very healthy and are not runts as some people might tell you. They are small offspring from small parents that were bred down from the Standard Poodle. This selective breeding took many years to produce a toy and then a teacup sized puppy. Since teacup poodle is just a name given by dog breeders to describe an extra small poodle there is no universal standard. Each dog breeder has their own definition of what size a teacup should be! Most breeders agree that a teacup should be under 4.5 pounds, some even say under 4 lbs. But since poodles are measured by height and not weight, this should also be a factor. Most breeders also agree that a teacup poodle should be under 9 inches. This is because, even though a poodle should be built square, some poodles are built tall and thin and might only weigh 4 pounds, but can be 10 or 11 inches tall. Some are built short and fat and might only be 8 inches tall, but could weigh as much as 7 or 8 pounds.  In general in smaller toys you can double the weight at 10-12 weeks to get an idea of adult weight. We do not guarantee a puppy that is charting to be a teacup by the weight chart will actually end up a teacup sized adult. This weight chart and graph is for your own convenience and your own guess estimates for the puppy. We can only be honest about the current weight at time of sale of the puppy and it’s parents’ and siblings weights.

Here BELOW you can see some height charts to help you guess what your Poodle is charting to be full grown. Again, we do not guarantee it’s accuracy.

Toy Poodle Height Growth Chart
5 weeks 5 inches
8 weeks 6 inches
12 weeks 7 inches
16 weeks 8 inches
20 weeks 9 inches
24 weeks 10 inches

Another Toy Chart I found:
8 weeks 5 3/4 inches
12 weeks 6 3/4 inches
6 months 9 3/4 inches

Mini Poodle Growth Chart
8 weeks 8-8.8 inches
3 months 10-10.5 inches
4 months 11-11.5 inches
6 months 13.5-14 inches