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I have loved this breed for 40 years and during my younger days I was mentored by one of the best, Mrs. Leslie (Joan) Gordon who is the co-author of the book, "Yorkshire Terriers".
Joan always said, if you have time and patience, you can breed healthy dogs.
I work with dogs that have a solid health history in their pedigree, a proper coat and color with a silky texture. Working within the standard of the Yorkshire Terrier described by the AKC. Breeding dogs is a science and I study my dogs I have within my line before using them in my breeding program so that I produce healthy beautiful dogs.
All my puppies are hand raised in my home and well socialized before going to their new families. I feed Royal Canine only because they have created a food specifically for the Yorkshire Terrier that meets their physical needs and keeps my girls and boys healthy. I would encourage any of my puppy owners to continue this nutritional track.
The Yorkshire Terrier is a big dog in a little dog's suit. They are not shy or timid but rather curious and nosey. They make wonderful companions and fit in well with families that have children and other dogs already. The Yorkshire terrier can grow it's silky hair to long lengths if properly cared for but this does take commitment on one's part to keep the coat clean and brushed daily. If you prefer an easier puppy cut they are always cute and puppy looking life long.
The yorkshire terrier's standard reads 7lbs or less so they are tiny dogs with a huge heart and love to be loved.
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Sire: Edgewood's Key To The "Door"
Dam: Firesedge's Third Time's A Charm v Baywood
Due 12/2023!!!!!!! 💜💜💜💜