Windair Poodles for


For more information, contact

Maureen and Gary Smetzer

17719 US Highway 30, Hinkley, IL 60520



We require a $150 nonrefundable deposit if you wish to have us hold a puppy. This deposit lets us know that you definitely do want the puppy and guarantees that the puppy will not be sold to someone else.

Deposits will not be refunded unless we are unable to provide you with a healthy puppy.

Advance deposits are taken before the arrival of a litter when a puppy of a high demand category, such as red puppies, is desired.

Personal checks will be accepted as a deposit BUT if you live more than 1 1/2 hours driving distance from our home we require cash or money order for final payment.

Feel free to call us for more details.

Below are pictures of a few of the puppies we currently have for sale. Please give us a call at 815-286-3915

or e-mail us at

for information and descriptions of some of our other puppies that are also currently for sale.


Important Information Concerning Hypoglycemia in Toy Poodle Puppies

Hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar, is a common problem with all toy breed puppies. Hypoglycemia is a condition where there is a sudden and extreme drop in the blood sugar level in the puppy. Hypoglycemia is common in all toy breeds puppies. The symptoms can be reversed by eating or by giving Karo syrup or pancake syrup or Nutra-cal. Veterinarians who are unfamiliar with toys often mis-diagnose the condition. It is is extremely important to recognize the symptoms of hypoglycemia and to know how to treat it. Hypoglycemia is easily treatable in the early stages but it can be fatal if allowed to progress. Many puppies are lost needlessly to hypoglycemia.

A puppy with hypoglycemia may exhibit one or more of thes following symptoms:

1. The gums of a normal puppy will be bright reddish/pink....gums that are pale in places or light pink means the blood sugar levels are dropping. If the gums are white your puppy needs quick attention to avoid a hypoglycemic coma. You can administer Karo syrup on the tongue 1 CC every 15 min. until the gums return to the normal pink color (3 CC's max in the first hour).

2. Another sign that is usually seen is vomiting on an empty stomach (clear liquid or bile) or saliva (foamy at the mouth). If your pup has not eaten in awhile give it food or pancake or Karo syrup immediately.

3. Other signs include acting listless, walking unsteady, shakiness, falling over and in extreme cases laying on their side and unresponsive. This is extreme and you must pry their mouth open and give Karo syrup. Karo corn syrup, honey,sugar water or Nutra-Cal to raise the blood sugar quickly or coma and death will result. After giving the syrup you should see improvement and the pup should be alert in about 10 min. if not, repeat and give more syrup. If you see no signs of improvement and appears comatose rush to the nearest veterinarian office for glucose by injection or IV to save its life.




Click here to watch another video of a group of playful Windair puppies

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People often are unsure just exactly what is meant by a red, apricot, or cream colored puppy. This is a photo taken on July 4, 2015. The puppy on the left is red, the one in the middle is apricot, and the one on the right is cream.

Poodles currently for sale are shown below.


Show qualiity cream male

born October 22, 2020

















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