Puppies Available At This Time
Yorkshire Terrier Puppies are not Available now, but you
can check out the NEW Yorkshire
Terrier Gallery where you'll fine the newest pictures of
pups and lots of them. It takes awhile for them to load
but you'll appreciate the end result.
Individual Yorkshire Terrier pups
are normally shown on the available page along with prices for your
You can however reserve your Yorkshire Terrier Puppy Preference Now.
first step is to fill out the
questionnaire. Anyone who
has previously purchased a yorkie pup receives a $50.
discount on the next pup.
All of my animals are from Champion
Yorkshire Terrier lineage, are AKC registered,
and DNA and bile acid tested. This allows me to offer one
of the best health guarantees in the business. My vets and
my clients offer their recommendations and this is one of the
My Yorkshire Terriers cost me sometimes 4 times what
I charge my customers because I believe in healthy, top of the
line, good tempered, type yorkies to breed. ALL of my
Yorkshire Terriers come with
a health guarantee
which is one of the best in the business. I stand behind
each and every yorkie I breed . No deposits are accepted
questionnaire first being accepted We do NOT sell to just
anyone. We sell with a spay/neuter contract except for our
show prospect pups.
Young Yorkie puppies normally mature at
about 4 - 5 pounds.
Young Yorkies Newest Stud "Beau"
I am now here at home with the yorkies on a full time basis!
It's nice being in country now with them where they can run
Please feel free to
me, this is usually the best way to contact me, but you
may catch me indoors at times too. My phone number is 828-656-2184.
Please notice the new "Judging Yorkies"
section as it contains some exceptional information written by
Carolyn Hensley. This breakdown will make it easier for all to
understand the Yorkshire Terrier standard outlined by AKC. I
thank Carolyn for giving me permission to reprint.
In addition to the sorry breeders which I hear about
at least once a week; people are getting sick dogs etc.
I still hear stories about the breeder mentioned below. The newest
ploy over the internet seems to be people stealing photos from other
breeders. I got a letter from a lady the other day telling me that
someone had stolen my photos and had them posted on backpage.com This
individual was asked to wire money to this "breeder" for a puppy. Then
the breeder needed an additional 800. for shipping once he got to the
airport. It never cost 800. to ship a puppy. It seems the address was
even fake on this person. Wiring money is
not a good practice.
There are also breeders who claim they have contracts to
show when they actually do not. The only contract they had with
me was with the first pup. She does not bear their name so they did not
want her shown. She has congenital problems they fail to acknowledge
or even speak to me about. Same breeders sold to me a yorkie
whose leg had been broken because she fell off a "cracker box". hmmm and
tried to sell me a young adult with grade 3 luxating patella's. When I
told they took her back but made me pay the shipping back to them.
They had to know about this problem... grade 3. An animal has to undergo an
exam before they are shipped. Not only that, these are big time show
people, they know all about this sort of thing. Then they choose to slam me
on their webpage. I didn't know they had until another client that
they had taken advantage of called and told me. This client is someone I
have never met in my life. Buyer beware. I thought long and hard
before posting this and I do this not to sling mud. I do this because
I feel I have a responsibility to inform you the buyer of things that can
happen when breeders don't stand behind their puppies. Should you be
charged for their blunders?
Regarding the Canadian Yorkshire
Terrier breeder, I have gotten letters from other buyers who
had the similar problems with them over the past months -
now years. I
ended getting a partial refund after my 7 week ordeal
but they were not as fortunate. Some breeders will even go so far as to
reopen under their spouse names after being shut down by the health
department. Do your homework folks, ask
the questions first, get the answers, see the pedigrees, get the
information, read the contract, inspect the health
guarantee. You may even wish to speak with others who have purchased from the
Here are some important things to remember when buying a puppy from any breeder. Kennels / Breeders should not keep your deposit and change the terms of an agreement to suit their needs. The agreement should be given up front, you should not have to beg and plead for it. Lineage and pedigree should be available for inspection and not hidden like it's something to be ashamed of.
Whenever you buy a puppy, (Yorkshire Terrier or otherwise) make sure you can get information about whom you are buying from, address, phone number and the like. Questions are your best weapon, they should ask you a lot and you should do the same.
You want to know about your Yorkshire
Terrier and they want to know you are giving him a good home. They should not be in hurry to push puppies out of their home for any reason. Six to ten week old puppies belong with their mothers.
Your Yorkshire Terrier breeder should be open and up front, kind and good natured. After all this is who has been raising and socializing the new member of your family. If they do not possess these characteristics, you need to find a more reputable breeder because this is NOT the breeder you want handling your new yorkie.