adult Poodle Adoptees with their new families


Tango's Haus altered older adult Teacup Poodles, Tiny Toy Poodles, Toy Poodles and Miniature Poodles are placed in new adoptive homes with very reduced prices or no cost to the new owner other than the cost of the spay or neuter proceedure of our retired poodles for adoption.  If the new owners of these older Teacup Poodles, Tiny Toy Poodles, Toy Poodles and Miniature Poodles live too far away to come and pick up their newly adopted retired Poodle, then the cost of the shipping, crate and health certificate will also have to be paid by the new owners. 
I know my retired Teacup Poodles, Tiny Toy Poodles, Toy Poodles and Miniature Poodles very well and I have to screen the homes that they are going to so that I can make sure that our retired poodles for adoption are not going to be unhappy or that the new owners of our retired poodles for adoption will also not be unhappy.  The Poodles and families pictured on this page are only a few of the wonderful people that adopt older Poodles from my kennel and give them the personal care and attention that they very much deserve.  I am very proud of my breeding dogs and I am still very proud of them when it is time for them to retire and leave me to have their own families and live out the rest of their life in absolute comfort with people that love them now as I loved them when they were here with me.

Kim, shown above with Flower and Kim's Baby has now adopted Flower's mother, Fannie shown  in the picture on the lower left.  Fannie was abused by her new owner after her first placement and came back to me through her microchip.  I then placed her with Kim and she is now in "Heaven".  Above left is all three of the girls in their P J's taking it easy.  The picture on the above right is Flower in all of her finery and she is still so beautiful.  The picture on the lower right is Flower, her mother Fannie and Kim's wonderful cat that loves to curl up and keep warm with the girls.  Kim and her mother are very unique and wonderful people and I will never forget her and her love of animals.  She is a true sweetheart!!

Sent: Friday, December 28, 2007 5:35 PM
To: Paula Collins
Subject: Re: Fannie and Flower
Hey Paula,
The webpage is sweet. My mom has been after me to send photos of the girls and let you know how they are doing. So here is the follow up message, Flower is a regular dog now playing with great vigor with the younger dogs, she even tried to get Fannie to join in. Flower gums the youngings, its very funny to watch.
Christmas morning I took everyone out for a walk, thank goodness for the dual couplers I bought, it looked like I had a mini sled team. Fannie has a new harness, the step in variety, the other style scared her and she did as you warned me slip out of the collar, I digress, because the point is Fannie slowly losing weight she needed a new one, but happily she can easily hop into the car and run up the stairs. I am pleased to say I am winning her over, her tail goes a mile a minute when I talk to her.

Baby on left, Flower in middle and Flower's mother Fannie on right.  Fannie was also a "special" adoption and has joined her daughter in New York with a "very spcecial" people person named Kim, shown above.

Heather, Kayla and David

Countess, pictured above with her new adoptive family!  Heather, David and Kayla on left and Kyle on right.  She loved them instantly!!


Mandy with Joe at her new home in Colorado.  She is now VERY HAPPY!!

Subject: Sylvia & Pictures

Hello Paula
Just wanted to send you a picture or two my Sylvia and also wanted to let you know that tomorrow she goes in for her appointment to be spayed. She is my little shadow and she is doing well except for the potty training. But she will get it sooner or later. When I leave and she is not with me I put her in the bathroom with a Pee Pad and she uses that well. Normally she is with me unless I am at church. She has been there to while I was painting at the church. I don't know if she knew that she was going to become a member of Prairie Lea Baptist Church. Ha Ha. She spent almost a week with me at the church. Bless her heart, she never knows where she is going. I'm going to miss her tomorrow and tomorrow night because she sleeps with me and is always either in my lap or laying in the chair beside me. If you can think of anything else that the Vet might need to know, please let me know. Thank You for letting her come live with us for her retirement years, I love her dearly. Below are a few pictures that I've taking of her today. Hope you enjoy and Have a Wonderful Day.

God Bless

To: Paula Collins
Subject: Re: Gracie


First I want to say that Gracie is warming up to her new life. We just wish she would eat more.
Thank you so much for all your support. Gracie taught Hershey to lay in one spot ! She likes to lay beside us and now Hershey has fiqured out that is what he needs to do as well

Tango's Haus Gracious Fannie (Gracie) with her new family!!

Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2008 8:06 PM

Sent: Monday, April 14, 2008 11:33 AM
To: Paula Collins
Subject: Gracie

She is warming up with style around here. She is starting to play with Hershey and roam around the house. The other night I could not find her and I found her in Carissa's room - she had this look on her face like- IM WAITING - WHERES THE KID. I asked her if she was ready for bed and she looked at Carissa's bed. I went and got Rick to put Carissa in her bed. She had fell asleep on Daddy.

It was priceless. I think she is digging her new life. Carissa says she's a princess because she has this look like she is proud. She loves to give out kisses and man is she quick. We thought hershey was quick. Wow !

Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2008
Subject: U[date on Sylvia

Hey There
I thought that I would just give you a little update on our Sylvia. She is doing great. She is almost house broke now and knows what Potty means and if I put her outside she knows that when she is done she gets to come right back in. She is spoiled rotten and I Love her dearly. She is the only dog that has ever slept in bed with us and she don't like giving me much room either. Ha Ha. She has gained about 1 1/2 pounds and is looking really good since her surgery. I'm sending some pictures of her and I. She is
most surely the better looking of the two. Ha Ha. Rocky is still trying to get her to warm up to him by bribing her with little bites of his food. He would of never done that with any other of the dogs because he don't like a begging dog when you sit down to eat. She is doing a little better but she always runs and jumps in my lap. She is loving to play now and so I know that she is settled in. Thank You for making it possible for me to get her. She couldn't be loved more.

Hope everything is going well with you and your family and email anytime.

God Bless

Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2008 2:34 PM
To: Paula Collins
Subject: Fannie and Flower

Hi Paula,

Finally I got a picture of the girls and I together. I also included some new photos of the girls out with me walking along with Fannie's new look she has trimmed down nicely on her diet.


Beautiful Kim and the "Girls"!!

Sent: Monday, September 15, 2008 8:12 AM
To: Paula Collins
Subject: Cappi

Hey Paula,

Hope all is well after the wicked weather in Texas. But here as promised are the photos of all the girls plus Cappi and Dottie at the airport


Cappucino and Flower with their mother, Fannie
Together forever with Kim and her Mom, Dottie!!

Cappucino newly arrived in New York with her new Mom!!

Sent: Sunday, October 05, 2008 7:38 PM
To: Paula Collins
Subject: The girls mom's and mine

Hey Paula,

Thought I'd let you know how the girls are doing. Cappi is doing well, she is adjusting nicely to the household housebreaking went well. The major change is in Fannie and Flower they are over the moon that Cappi is here, Flower is very wiggly and happy, a regular little clown just elated that her sister is here, and Fannie is a regular dog now, happy and wiggly. The trio pal around together and engage is regular wrestling matches. Fannie even play growls when she wrestles.
Fannie now folllows me around the house, no fear just happy to watch me.
I'll keep you updated.

Kim and Dottie

Flower, Fannie, Cappi, Baby, Mollie and Gracie

Fannie - Mother to Flower & Cappi

The whole family reunited with Kim and Dottie!!
What Angels they are!!

Cappi - Very happy now!!

Ah! Retirement - What a wonderful life!!

Tango's Haus Flower Lily in her new home with her new owner, Karen

Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2008 9:50 AM
Subject: Merry Christmas

Wishing You and Your Family a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Sylvia is doing Wonderful....She has added alot of joy and loving to me. She is my shadow and has finally warmed up to Rocky. It took alot of bribing on his part. Ha Ha. Now she looks to him for bribes. Ha Ha. But she sleeps with us and she even will give him morning kisses sometimes. Thank You Again for making it possible to get her. We love her dearly. I'm sending her Christmas Picture. I Pray you and your family are all doing well and wish you the Best Christmas and New Year to come.

God Bless
Carrie, Rocky and Sylvia Chesnut

Sent: Wednesday, December 24, 2008 11:04 AM
To: Paula Collins
Subject: Merry Christmas Paula!

Good Morning Paula, Hope you are doing well. We just wanted to updated you on Obi! He is doing Wonderful, He does great with the other dogs and he is amazing with the puppies, they will wait for obi to go outside with them, to play! He has such a great temperament! We attached a photo of Obi and Brittany together and one of just Obi for you. We are so glad to have him apart of the family! We will be taking him in January to have his Hips tested (Pinnhip), elbows and Patella tested too. We will keep you updated and let you know how he does. Thank you so much for such wonderful boys and producing such wonderful puppies! Have a Wonderful and safe Christmas and New Year! Best of Wishes, Denna, Brittany and everyone else at Doodle Heaven~

Sent: Sunday, November 29, 2009 4:33 PM
Subject: Yoda/Boris

He is getting to be SO handsome I can't stand it. We are in love!!



Sent: Saturday, December 26, 2009 3:16 PM
To: Paula Collins
Subject: Merry Christmas from Fannir, Flower and Cappi

Merry Christmas Paula,
Hope all is well with you and just a photo of the girls to let you know that they are well

Tango's Haus Fannie
Tango's Haus Fantom Flower
Tango's Haus Fantom Cappuccino

Mom and I adore the girls and they never fail to make us laugh on a daily basis with their antics

Kim Linseth

all the way in chilly NY

Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 12:43 PM
Subject: Remember Pearl of Two yrs ago

Well, we are the Jacksons that adopted Pearl two yrs ago.  She was a white adult female and now is about, I guess. 12 yrs old . You will be glad to know that your baby of yrs ago, has been well spoiled and taken care of. She's still beautiful and we have reg grooming appts for her. I am sure she is in the last years of her life but she has had a wonderful two yrs with us. Nina, the 15-16 yr old we brought to your house to make sure that they would be compatible,just months after we got Pearl died of I am sure "old age". Truly yours, Peggy Jackson

Sent: Saturday, January 09, 2010 8:30 PM
Subject: Heart

She is just so CUTE!

Kim, Terrence & Austin

Heart - 9 year old retired girl has found her dream home!!

Sent: Friday, April 02, 2010 8:53 PM
Subject: We made it home!

Hi Paula, We made it back home to Austin safe and sound (through monsoon rains!). The trip was uneventful - Amaretto traveled like a champ and enjoyed the roadside potty stops too! She is getting along wonderfully and seems to be relaxed around us (she is lounging next to me on the couch as I type this) and loves her new "big brother", Romo. She has blended in with the "courtyard" dogs and loves everyone she meets-and there has been a steady stream of neighbors coming by to see her! Thanks again for allowing us to coming into your family with the joy of adopting Amaretto! Take care and God bless! Kim and Justin

Amaretto is blending in really well - the weekend after we got her home, it was the Mighty Texas Dog Walk and she was very excited to participate. This was Romo's 4 th year of participation but you would never that she was a rookie! She walked almost all of the 3 miles!!! She is loving her "brother" and loves to pick at him - he is much more mellow than our new little spit fire! She runs circles around him (literally) in the mornings!!! She isn't fond of baths but is willing to sit still for grooming so that pays off in the long run! She has several "ni-nights" or beds around the house and when she's tired, she will sneak off to get in her bed but any other time, she can be found lounging on the couch, picking on her brother or hiding toys! We just bought her a nylabone to help with her teeth, which she seems to be more interested in burying under the couch cushions than actually chewing on it - very funny. We call her Ferdinand the Bull because she scratches the floor with her back legs after she uses the bathroom or when she wants Romo to play. Her bark is so quiet compared to Romo's that my daughter calls her Cujo. She is very loved and spoiled obviously! I am including a few pictures for you as well!
Take care and I hope that you and George's health is well!

Kim and Justin

Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 10:44 PM
Subject: Amaretto

No that's not a parrot on his shoulder!  This is her favorite "perch".
The kids - never far apart!
Meeting Scooby Doo at the Mighty Texas Dog Walk

Sent: Friday, June 25, 2010 12:25 AM
Subject: Mandy (aka Chloe)

Paula, It has been way too long. I wanted to send you pictures of the dog we bought from you almost 4 years ago. The day Mandy came to us I found out I was pregnant with our first. Since then my son has turned 3 years old and we added a Chloe who is now 1 year old. Mandy loves playing with the children. She has been a wonderful part of our family. She still tries to be the boss. =~) Her favorite activity is chasing water from the hose. Just thought you might like to know what has happened to her. Misty

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