One female puppy is available for reservation.
Born July 16,2018. She will be ready to go in September.Call 416-818-9246 to reserve.
- Dew Claws have been removed
- C.K.C. microchipped
- C.K.C. (Canadian Kennel Club) registered purebred certificate
- Dewormed, 1st Vaccine given, Vet checked
- Health Guarantee for 1 year of any life threatening inherited genetic problems
- 6 weeks free pet insurance
*Please note, all our pet puppies are sold under non breeding contract
Registration and Pure breed certificate from CKC (Canadian Kennel Club) will be released after proof of spay or neuter is received. No exceptions! I archive all certificates.
*Non refundable Deposit to reserve a puppy is $300.
Please know, If I don't have a puppy for you for some reason when time comes, I will refund your deposit in full. If you decide not to adopt my puppy when time comes, I keep your deposit to compensate for lost clients whose spot you have taken.
Pick-ups and visits are by appointment only.
How to Choose a proper Breeder
When you start looking for a Yorkshire Terrier puppy, the most important thing is to find a reputable breeder who has experience with your chosen breed and who will be available throughout the lifetime of your dog to help with the inevitable questions that arise and to provide support when necessary.
When you're looking for your Yorkshire Terrier puppy there are four sources that you should always avoid:
- Newspaper advertisements - reputable breeders will never advertise in papers or local magazines.
- Pet shops and puppy outlets - these people encourage puppy mills to produce dogs that are often from poor genetic stock and will land you with large vet bills later in the dog's life. You may think you are rescuing a puppy from these shops, but buying from them only helps to create demand.
- Backyard breeders - these are people who are usually not members of the CKC (Canadian Kennel Club) and do not have a history of showing their dogs; they just breed them. Beware of any claims to be members of alternative associations - most of them just exist to appear to offer legitimacy to disreputable breeders.
- Websites that offer a range of breeds - if you do a search for Yorkshire Terrier breeders in Ontario, you will see a number of sites that are selling all types of breeds and they are just online pet shops. Avoid them at all costs! The same advice holds for breeders that have more than two, or at most, three breeds.
Some of the main things to look for in selecting a Yorkshire Terrier breeder are:
- Dogs and puppies that are raised in a loving home environment.
- Puppies that are outgoing and don't cower away when approached.
- A history of exhibiting (and preferably winning!) in the breed.
- Membership of the CKC, in good standing.
- Experience with Yorkshire Terriers for a number of years.
- Ability and willingness to provide advice and support, long term.
- Health history and pedigrees for the dam and sire.
- The dam and maybe earlier generations at home.
- Being comfortable with the breeder.
Given this knowledge, and backed up by your research of the breed, you should be able to choose a good, reputable breeder who can provide you with a well-balanced, healthy puppy.