Yorkshire Terriers

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Since 2005, we have strived to continuously better the breed through our meticulous breeding program. We have produced every kind of Yorkie from standard Yorkshire Terriers to parti and chocolate. Our lines have both American and European Champion bloodlines.  Shipping can be arranged at an additional cost to the buyer.

Our puppies are raised underfoot. We are home Sunday - Saturday caring for our Yorkshire Terriers. We feed our dogs a variety of foods including kibbles, raw meats, vegetables and oils. We also provide our canines with spring water.


Each puppy comes vet checked, vaccinated, microchipped, tail-docked, dewormed, with a one-year health guarantee, puppy package and kennel club registration.


Our clients will receive on-going support through the duration of their puppy's life. 


The Yorkshire Terrier is a compact, toy-size terrier of no more than seven pounds whose crowning glory is a floor-length, silky coat of steel blue and a rich golden tan. 


Don’t let the Yorkie’s daintiness fool you. Tenacious, feisty, brave, and sometimes bossy, the Yorkie exhibits all the traits of a true terrier. Often named the most popular dog breed in various American cities, Yorkies pack lots of big-town attitude into a small but self-important package. They are favorites of urbanites the world over.


Yorkies are long-lived and low-allergen (the coat is more like human hair than animal fur), and they make fine little watchdogs. This is a true “personality breed,” providing years of laughs, love, and close companionship.

  • Temperament: Affectionate, Sprightly, Tomboyish

  • AKC Breed Popularity: Ranks 10 of 197

  • Height: 7-8 inches

  • Weight: 7 pounds

  • Life Expectancy: 11-15 years

  • Group: Toy Group 

Yorkshire Terriers are generally healthy dogs, and responsible breeders screen their stock for health conditions such as eye anomalies and luxating patella, a dislocated kneecap once called a “trick knee” in humans. To help avoid the latter, care should be taken to limit the Yorkie’s jumping height, especially as a puppy.

Recommended Health Test from the National Breed Club:

  • Patella Evaluation

  • Ophthalmologist Evaluation