Dry Food: Purina Pro Plan Sport (purple and black bag)


Wet Food: We give our dogs a small amount of wet food

mixed with their dry food. Eagle Pack, ProPlan, Blue, Wellness etc.


Immunity Builder: NuVet Labs. We give our dogs these

vitamins and highly recommend them. They help with puppy

immunity levels before they have all of their shots too!*Use order code 51072


Bowls, toys, chews. We like cow ears, antlers and nylabone, soft squeek toys.


Leash and collar: We recommend an adjustable nylon

collar to start. Puppies grow quickly!


Shampoo: We recommend baby shampoo or tearless

puppy shampoo.


Brushes: Pin brush, slicker brush and comb.

Our favorite brush is a Chris Christiansan brush!


Bedding: We recommend starting with old towels 

until the puppy is housebroken.


Ear Powder: Poodles grow hair inside their ears and it needs to be cleaned out. This powder helps you to get it out in between groomings. We can teach you how!


Crates: We recommend the Midwest, Lifestages

crate. It comes with a divider so it can grow

as the puppy grows. 


*Standard Poodle Puppy Size: 36L x 24W x 27H

*Miniature Poodle Puppy Size: 24L x 18W x 21H


Travel crate: We recommend a soft crate. They are

lightweight and fold up easily.


Groomer: Take some time to meet some groomers in your area or ask around to friends and neighbors for recommendations. It is nice to have a groomer that you trust to know that your puppy will have a good experience at the groomer.


Veterinarian: Similarly, it is a good idea to find a local veterinarian that you know and trust. Recommendations are always the best way to choose. Once you know the date you will be picking up your puppy, you can have a vet appointment set up for a day or two after. 

*If you live nearby we highly recommend our vet, Dr. Berkowitz. Old Shore Animal Clinic, Port Washington, NY. (516) 767-1490


Trainer: Training starts the first day you bring a new puppy home. Whether you plan on using a private trainer or going to group classes, it is a good idea to have something in place before you bring home your new puppy. 


Just remember: they should not go to group classes until they have had ALL of their shots. 

Phone: 516-246-0786    (call only)                                     Email: Eriandpoodles@gmail.com

We are a small hobby breeder of miniature and standard poodles on Long Island, New York.  We raise our poodle puppies in our home and strive to produce healthy, happy and beautiful poodles.