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In 2006 Louie retired from the casino industry, as a 21 Dealer and I from the beauty industry, as a Nail Tech, and we moved from Las Vegas, Nevada to beautiful St. George, Utah. We brought LC our sweet Cocker Spangle, who had spoiled us with love and devotion for over 15 years. Sadly, she passed away shortly after our move. Her passing left us with a huge whole in our lives that would be hard to fill…AND THEN CAME DIVA. I had met a breeder of Yorkshire Terriers and waited for her next litter with an available female. In the meantime I had the name picked out, a wardrobe of cute little out fits, adorable bed, collars and leashes to match. Diva was released to us at 7 weeks. The breeder instructed us to be watchful for signs of hypoglycemia. She was my little buddy and went everywhere with me… At 9 weeks we were at the Emergency Vet Hospital in the middle of the night as Diva was slipping into a hypoglycemic coma. As I sat in the waiting room I prayed and vowed that if she would pull through this I would learn everything I could about this little breed and her needs. Little did I know how our lives were about to change, and for the better. After lots of reading, and help from some wonderful Yorkie breeders who have become dear friends…Faithfully Yours Yorkies came to be.We have a small kennel of Yorkies. Currently 3 females and 2 males. Our kennel is located inside our home as you can see in videos. A room has been set aside as their domain with their individual crates, bedding, food, toys. It has a doorway leading to our backyard as well as another door leading into the main house. Our Yorkies are first members of our family with free run of the house and yard, but also having a place of their own. When we have puppies, runs are set up for each litter. This enables them plenty of play room, but keeps them safe and helps with potty training. During breeding season I carefully select a pair that I believe have the qualities and traits to uphold and or improved the standards set by AKC. I breed for health, temperament, coat, coloring and try best as I can for the petite ones…..My studs are only available to breed with other quality Yorkshire Terriers that are AKC, UKC registered with careful consideration to their pedigree. I don’t support nor participate in “designer breeds” or intermixing toy breeds.
Our males and females are seen by a vet annually to insure their medical and dental health. They are current on required vacancies and worming. The parents, pedigrees, health records are available upon request. Our puppies are released to their new families at 12 weeks of age. I believe, after a lot of research, that this is the best time in the puppy’s life for its transition into a new environment. Along with the Bill of Sale I offer a One Year Health Guarantee, vaccines, worming and Vet Health Certificate. The puppy is sent home with a crate, bedding, toy, Royal Canin food and Puppy Care package. We are available to the families who purchase our puppies for life. You are welcomed to contact us anytime with questions, problems, advice, another puppy…etc. Yorkies are my passion and I continuously try to educated myself regarding this breed. I have good relationships with other breeders in the area and I am actively involved with groups promoting education.
We ask that in the event that you are unable to continue to provide care for the Yorkie that you agree not to surrender it into any animal shelters, abandon,or destroy the animal. We are willing to take the Yorkie back and rehome it. We ask that you carefully consider everything involved before choosing one of our puppies. The Yorkshire Terrier has been bred over the years to be very sociable. A Yorkie should never be considered a good choice for a pet in families that are very busy, gone long hours within the day, having children under 5 years of age, with other pets more than 5 pounds heavier. A Yorkie should not be considered an “outdoor” dog. Yorkies should never be a gift to another person, to teach a child responsibilities, or compulsively chosen. They have been carefully bred to be loving, healthy companions to your life for as long 12-15 years. I read this quote on the wall of my vet’s office. I try to live by it, and hope it will touch your heart as well.
“He is your friend, your defender, your dog.
You are his life, his love, his leader.
He will be yours faithful and true
to the last beat of his heart.
You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.”