I have bred Yorkies for 20 years. I live in the same town I was brought up in from birth.(I grew up but never moved away lol) I strive to breed a yorkie that you will love, like I love them. I keep my yorkies in puppy cuts, I love the long coats and top knots but with my schedule and letting my dogs live in a pack, the top knots last about 1 minute. I raise them organic and holistic, in a pack so when you take your puppy home he/she is better adapted to the change-meaning they are mostly potty trained and do not whine like kenneled puppies. They are more secure this way.
Tiffany writes:I just have to tell you how amazing you are with this whole "pack" thing. It is incredible that this puppy just knows to use the pee pad! Thank you for the advice on the washable ones from amazon too. --then a few days later another message-- Seriously amazing!!! This was NOT my experience with my other doggie. It took MONTHS to potty-train her! You are amazing at what you do!!
I raise them Holistic and out in the country. I use Young Living oils, Biofeedback, Homeopathics, Diatomaceous earth, grapefruitseed extract, and a ton of other things I do to be proactive on raising a healthy happy dog that goes to your house and gives you the joy that I get from my babies,
Yorkies are a great breed. They love people and will be your shadow where ever you go. But I tell people to remember they are still a dog and need rules to- I use a water bottle to train them and it works quite well with Yorkies.
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Our babies are adopted quickly, so reach out now to reserve your furever friend or if you have any questions. I do not let people see puppies in person till they are picked up. I do this for many reasons, mostly because of what can be brought in on your shoes and bodies that can hurt my pack-meaning diseases from the ground, parks,dog parks etc.
Longmont, CO 80503, US
Most of my dogs already have deposits on them before they are even 8 weeks old from pictures of the litter. If coming to my house to pick up a puppy-I ASK THAT YOU DO NOT: visit a dog park or park, vets office, highly populated dog area--keeping in mind the disease that you could have on your shoes or clothing or body then is in my house--puppy pick ups are limited to 15 min and you will have to take measures to sanitize your shoes etc before entering my house This is strictly in-forced I do not do puppy visits anymore to meet puppies, they are bought by picture and where you are in line on the waiting list, I may start meeting at a parking lot for litters born after June 2020
You must send a copy of your driver license before puppy pick-up
Limit of two people coming in for puppy pick ups now,