GRCH Tiara Zachary


  • CHIC # - 54153
  • Hips - Good
  • Eyes - Normal
  • Cardiac - Normal
  • Thyroid - Normal
  • Patella - Normal
  • SA - Normal
  • Dentition – full
  • NE w/Seizures - Normal
  • Degenerative Myelopathy- Normal


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  • CHIC # - 122723
  • hips - fair
  • Eyes - Normal
  • Advanced Cardiac - Normal
  • SA - Normal
  • Von Willebrands - Clear
  • Degenerative Myelopathy- Normal
  • NE w/Seizures - Normal

Introducing Zach! ….GRC Tiara Zachary, #1 UKC Standard Poodle Conformation Champion 2006 and 2009. Zachary comes from a long line of Champions and Grand Champions and resides in the lovely mountains of Southern California.

This photo was taken at age 11.5 yrs, he is soon to be 13 yrs young. (Born May 7, 2007)

Zach was chosen to be Reba’s final mate for many reasons. Their personalities are similar. They are sweet, loving kids, and extremely gentle in nature. They love people. They are also smart as whips. Perfect family dogs, perfect performance dogs; you choose the sport and they will do their best for you.

Zach is sire to the American #1 Disc Poodle (Frisbee) several years in a row. Amazing athlete and amazing companion.


Over the years I have bred many gorgeous poodles, Champions and Companions alike. Many have been large and many more petite. This litter was aimed at producing smaller Standard Poodles to fit into todays households.

Not only does Zach complement Reba’s personality but size as well. I’m hoping for the perfect size for smaller homes, who would also complement larger homes. Ideal for working in Conformation, Obedience, Rally, Agility and any other sport you enjoy. That being said, I really have no say, nor can I guarantee what they will produce either in size or colour.

This litter has the potential to be a first for me.. Zach and Reba both carry Black and Brown genes…. What colour will they be, half the litter brown and the other half Black? Only time will tell.

Due to the current Pandemic, I have chosen to delay having a summer litter. Socialization is a major part of raising a litter. At this time, I feel it is not safe, nor responsible to properly socialize a litter when our world is in such a state. KushNivas' next planned litter was will be the fall of 2020, if circumstances are improved. Your enquires are welcome. In the meantime, be kind and practice safe living.