Poodles In Need of Homes

2013.6.30 Camping with Broyles (117)

Before I get into the dogs on this page I have found it necessary to clarify why I charge what I charge for them.  First of all, I AM NOT A RESCUE.  I say this because rescue’s can get government funding and also take donations which they market the public for.  I do not do this.  These dogs stumble to me from various places.  At times I run across dogs and offer to buy them from their owners to assist in finding them a better situation.  At times a fellow breeder falls in hard times and I purchase litters and home them.  At times there is a death and the family is looking to cash in. And many other various circumstances.  For some reason the publics mentality of a “Rescue” seems to be FREE or VERY CHEAP.  If that is you, do not go any further!  I don’t need anyone attempting to insinuate that these dogs are overpriced.  I go get them, house them, feed them, fix them, chip them, get paperwork in order, Vet them, train them….and so much more.  I pass ALL the cost onto the new owners, and it still is less expensive than purchasing a pup and training them yourself.  So if you are fine with that….please read on, just know what you are up for.  Thank You.


On this page I have Standard Poodles available for adoption, the prices will vary from $500.00 to $1500.00 on average depending on the amount of time and care that have been put into them to ensure that they are happy and healthy before they are handed off to your family.  Below are a few scenarios that explain where they may come from.

  • In the many years that I have been involved in the world of Dogs, I have developed relationships with other Breeders that have older, retired, or returned dogs that need to find homes.  I try to work with these Breeders to help find homes for their dogs because it is important to me that every dog finds a forever home as quickly as possible.  Especially ones that had a home and now find themselves in a situation where they do not have that luxury. NOTE: Some of these dogs are not on my property, but are located with other Breeders.  In this case, arrangements can be made for the transport of the dog to you, or vice versa.
  • At times I come across Standard Poodles that are sent my way because their family situation changes in some way.  These dogs may be from my Breedings/Lines and they may just be a Standard Poodle that needs help.  Then I am faced with the task of matching these dogs temperaments and needs to those of families that desire to take in a Rescue.  This situation does not come up much, but it does come up from time to time. 

Please take a look at the available dogs below,  and if you would like to meet any one of these dogs please use the “Contact Us” page to leave me your information and requests.  I will do my very best to contact you in a timely manner. LeeAnna Springer


Teddy – 1 1/2 Year old Blue AKC registered Standard Poodle – $1500.00

Located in San Diego, CA

Teddy is a full littermate of SCSP’s Vader who is my little brothers Service Dog. He was born on February 21, 2017, is 27 inches at the shoulder, and a whopping 70lbs. He is a big boy.

Teddy’s owner was unable to keep him through no fault of him.  She just felt she was working too much and  decided he would be better off with a family or person who could give him the attention he deserves. 

Teddy is a people dog and desires to be with you and by your side.  If he had a choice to spend time with a dog or a human he would always choose a human.  He is a loyal companion. He seems to be a gentle soul whose desire is to please, this has been a pleasure to work with as we have gotten to know eachother.  He is perfect on the grooming table, crates happily and willingly, and is completely potty trained. He is obedient, knows his basics (sit, stay, and come) loyal, and protective of the house and his people.  He is fine around other dogs, he actually doesn’t even really notice them and will yield if they notice him.

 I have found that when left alone and free in any space, Teddy will search out things to chew that he shouldn’t including his own dog bed. This is very easily remedied by kenneling him when he is alone without anything nearby to chew. I think this is one of the side effects of an owner who left their dog alone too much…as sad as it is.  Teddy can also be a barker, again a bored dog issue, easily remedied with a bark collar and by not leaving him outside alone for long periods of time.

Things we are working on with Teddy are spacial boundaries especially with small children and of course adults as well.  We are also setting a “no couch” rule which he is not used to.  Leash training is progressing nicely as he is smart and yet he is also very large and wants to go have fun.  He is learning self control and that humans are the boss and leader.

I was told Teddy has a sensitive tummy. But have found that he does just fine on one kibble (Costco’s Nature’s Domain Salmon Meal) I stay away from treats.

We haven’t seen him with older children or cats but my guess is he would be just fine. Every day more training and time is spent with Teddy so he will be a better boy for you!

I think Teddy will thrive with an active family or active single person (jogger, hiker, walker, biker) and probably even more so with a single woman, which is what he is used to.  He can sit around and do nothing with a walk a day or be very active.

Teddy will be completely up to date on all shots, wormed, vet checked, and fixed when he is ready to go home. If interested please call Morgan 760.525.7154



The Dogs BELOW this line are already re-homed and NOT AVAILABLE!


Springer Clans Dancing Queen Lola

Lola has been re-homed!  She will go home with the Poteet Family in Saint Louise MO to be spoiled rotten!  More likely spoiled just right!  LOL



Scarlet – Scarlet has been chosen by L. Burchill here in the valley to go home and begin her life with.  Scarlet has been a wonderful mother and has truly stepped up to the plate to please me through her loyalty and obedience even though she was neglected for over a year.  I kept one of her daughters for Titus’ future service dog and she is doing wonderfully.  The same happy go lucky, loyal to a fault temperament that stole our hearts and also got her a fantastic family to love her for the rest of her day.


MARGAUX – Maddie/Jax Litter has been donated to Next Step Service Dogs by myself, to be trained as a PTSD companion to a Veteran.  She is going to represent her father, Jojo, and Springer Clan Standard Poodles in the finest way!  Go get them Margaux, you rock!



Juju will be going to live with Rita on an Arabian Horse Ranch in Tucson….how wonderful and oh what a life for my beautiful SCSP! 



 Jaxs has gone home with his new family (a Veterinary Family) to New Mexico!  He has 2 little boys to play with and a cat that he must learn to share a home with. 

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PEPPER – Lives in Litchfield Park, AZ with her new Mom and Dad and 2 furry siblings – 2.2016


Leia – Picked the Courtney Family to live with.  She will be in Tucson, AZ being spoiled by her new Mom and Dad. – 2.2016



Strawberry – Will be moving to Scottsdale, AZ to live with her new Mom, Susan, and her new big brother Jose’ who is an 11 year old Black Standard Poodle! 1-2016

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LAUREN – Was homed to Next Step Service Dogs and has begun her training to assist a Veteran. – 1/2016



BRUTUS – Went home to Tucson, AZ with his new family – 5.9.2015


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4/2015 – MARIO

Mario 13 days (8)

4.2015 – Gidget will go home in the near future with her new Mom and Dad, R. & B. Abrahams, to Glendale, AZ

Gidget 11 days (2)Gidget 11 days (10)


3-2015 – Maxwell (aka – Mitchell) Has found his forever home in Tucson, AZ. 

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1.2015 – Sadie – 1yr old Dark Apricot Female was taken home by the Fryer Family in Sedona, AZ

Sadie & the Fryer Family (1)Sadie 1 year (5)


1.2015 – Lincoln – 3 year old – Going home with the Reynolds Family in Scottsdale, AZ

Lincoln 3 Years


Tracee and Sage (2)5.2014 – Sage lives with her new family in Grand Junction, CO!


2014.2.25 Sammy (3)

3.2014 –  Sammy has left for San Diego with “Next Step Service Dogs” to become a companion to someone in need.




2013.6.1 Jake 4 Years Old (4)

6.2013 – Jake now lives with his new Dad in Alpine, CA!



2013.8 - Maya - A Rescue

7.2013 – Maya now lives in Mesa, AZ with her new family!