My husband and I have degrees in Agriculture. I graduated from Southwest Texas State University in 1985, otherwise known as Texas State University, with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Education. Scott graduated from Tarleton State University with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Production. The only reason I mention this is to let you know that, although we are far from being veterinarians, we have a passion for animals, their health, and animal husbandry (reproduction). Additionally, we both grew up being involved in 4-H and Future Farmers of America.
One of our homes is located 15 miles northeast of Austin, Texas., and the other is in Gause, Texas closer to College Station. When you visit you will be able to see our cow and calf operation, Australian Cattle dogs, sheep, pigmy goats, chickens and last but not least, our adorableteacup Yorkie puppies!
I have been a Yorkie owner since 2003. We take pride in the health and personality of our adults and especially our litters of puppies. They are all raised with lots of love and care from their first breath. Yorkies are great companions! Once you own one, you are hooked! Please browse our website and get to know us and see our Yorkshire terrier puppies for sale.
Sample of our starter packets going to new owners and adoptive parents. Plus all of our babies are microchipped with AKC indi-minichips.
Place a $ 500 deposit plus tax to reserve a pup in a litter. Total of 542.41 if in Texas.
Sales tax will be charged on puppies in Texas.
Ask for Kerrie -owner
"Dog and cat breeders are regulated by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, P.O. Box 12157, Austin, Texas 78711, 1-800-803-9202,
512- 463-6599, www.license.state.tx.us" Lic # 400
.........CALL TO RESERVE YOUR PUPPY......Payments can be made until the puppy is paid off. However, the puppy can not be picked up until fully paid off.
Black and Gold Male below
When you look at the photos below you will see a variety of growth stages in the life of a Yorkshire Terrier.
Approximately 2 weeks old- Eyes are open and they resemble a Rottweiler puppy only much smaller. Coat is slick.
We are always asked if we breed teacups. You will observe in this litter of 4 puppies there is one obvious teacup. Like Forest Gump says, " You never know what you are going to get in a box of chocolates."
We usually breed 4-6 lb dams to tiny studs.
This is the body and face of a 12 week old yorkie puppy. Notice how nice the beard and coat is growing. Ears should be erect.