I am a "small - kennel breeder
" of Yorkie Only pups. When the last of my 4 children went off to college,I got the "empty nest syndrome"
and didn't want to become a "Cat Lady" so I went with Yorkies. We had aquired one for my oldest daughter
when she moved into her first college apartment in about 1990. We then got 2 more for ourselves , found a
stud a few years later and had a few litters here and there, gave them to our relatives, etc. I have always
liked the challange of breeding unusual pets or trying to know exactly what the offspring of a pair of animals
will produce. Yorkies are somewhat of a challange. Normal or Standard Size yorkies are 5 to 7 lbs. but their background
had yorkies as big as 20 lbs.. but everybody wants them 3 or 4 lbs, so I like many breeders are "down
sizing " our pups. It isn't as easy as it seems it should be, because yorkies are not like other breeds that mostly
look the same or are the same size. They are more like people. In each litter each puppy may be an individual that looks like
mom or dad or uncle or great grandma. And with the differences with their hair type and length and color every yorkie is different
which makes them the best breed ever to breed or own. Thats why I raise only yorkies. I also do not want to be a "big"
breeder of Yorkies so I don't always have young puppies available. Check in from time to time to see when I have