About Us, Our Yorkies

Located in Taber, Alberta just south of Calgary Alberta

I spent sometime on the show circuit, seeing the quality and learning an eye for quality dogs, and exposed to multiple champions. My favorite classes were the Yorkies

A few years later and after much research I begin my journey with breeding the Parti, Blond,and Traditional Yorkies. Shortly after I grew to fall deeper and deeper in love with the traditional yorkie, and wanted to start breeding show and breeding prospects. So I left the colors behind.

Yorkshire terrier, quality girl by Canadian Champion INternational Champion INSIDER OF BREGADOON

 


My dogs have brought so much laughter into my life. They are beautiful, SMART, loving, playful, and protective. They think they are smarter than anyone, and their spirit is bigger than a tiny body could hold. I am IN LOVE.

We strive to breed healthy Yorkies between 5 - 7lbs. Of course some will be smaller and some will be bigger. We want healthy puppies that can go to families who have children and be an active part of their lives.

Our dogs are all registered (or about to be). They live as part of the family, we only have a few litters a year, and we CARE about the homes our dogs go to. Our dogs are sold as pets with contracts as to proper care, and should there come a time the dog can no longer be part of the buyers home, the dog must come back to us and we will find a proper home for them

(Unless arrangements are made in writing as to a new home being found for the dog.)

We follow the 2014 Vaccination Protocol W. Jean Dodds, DVM

9-10 Weeks Old:
Distemper + Parvovirus, MLV (e.g. Merck Nobivac [Intervet Progard] Puppy DPV)
5-way from our vet

14-16 Weeks:
Same as above

20 Weeks or Older (if allowable by law):
Rabies

1 Year:
Distemper + Parvovirus, MLV (optional = titer)

Our puppy room for our beautiful yorkshire terrier puppiesThis is our puppy room. This is where our puppies spend their time until they are 10 weeks old. Depending on weather, if it is warm enough they are allowed in a small area in the backyard once they are 8 weeks and over.

The covered crates are for moms with new born's. This allows me peace of mind they are safe, Mom can not get out or another mom can not get it. It also allow me to place a blanket over it if the new mom is anxious and it gives her privacy. Once the pups are older they do well side by side. The space in between the covered crates is where I do my pictures.

Yorkshire Terrier male at stud, BISS CIB & CAN CH & NORDIC CH & BALTIC CH & FI CH SE CH NO CH EE CH LV CH LT CH 
INSIDER OF BREGADOON