Yorkie Puppies For Sale
Below are pictures of some of our Yorkie Puppies that we are currently offering for sale to qualified homes. Please come back and check, as we will post pictures periodically. But please call us to check on current availability.
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Yorkshire Terriers For Sale
12 Weeks Old - 2 Lbs.
Shots up to date - Silk Coat - Great Personality
12 Weeks Old - 2Lbs.
Champion Sired Litter Mate
Shots up to date - Silk Coat- Very Outgoing
|Yorkie Male - 2.5 Lbs.
16 Weeks Old
Champion sired and Damed
Shots up to date - Very Sweet Disposition
10 Weeks Old
Champion Sired and Damed
10 Weeks Old
Champion Sired and Damed
1 Year Old
Micro chipped and spayed
Other Yorkshire Terriers For Sale:
2 retired Ch. Females, who will be spayed.
Please call for more information.606-8430204.
Yorkie Puppies For Sale - Moonlight Yorkshire Terriers
We do not breed to produce Teacup, Tiny, doll face , miniature or undersized Yorkies. These terms are used by breeders who want to breed Yorkies to make a large profit, and charge large prices for their pups. Please be aware of buying pups with no written health guarantee. We do not ship pups on planes unaccompanied. See my buyer beware page.
How To Get Yorkie Puppy Ears To Stand
It seems there is a lot of confusion as to how to get Yorkie ears to Stand. I see a lot of Yorkies with downed ears. The cause of this can be just not knowing what to do if the ears don’t stand on their own to having too large of an ear, or not keeping the hair shaved off the ears at crucial stages. Hair on the ears drags the ears down.
There are several ways to help the ears to stand if they don’t go up by themselves. Small upright ears are a recessive gene. So if you want small well set ears you need to breed for it. Taping the ears at about 6-8 weeks old may help, problem with this is that pups love to grab at the tape and take it off each other’s ears. I use black masking tape as it isn’t as noticeable to the other puppies. Some people try to make a bridge across the ears thinking this will give the puppy a better ear set. If done improperly, this method can make matters worse.
If gluing the ears, use Collodion, which is a glue that is sold at Pharmacies, and is made to apply to skin. I would advise using this type of glue verses Super-glue or the like.
When taping or gluing the ears, make sure to take the tape off every few days and clean the ears and reapply. The ears need air to keep them dry, leaving the tape on too long can cause a Yeast infection.
Instructions for applying tape or glue:
For taping. Fold the ear in half-length wise and apply the tape at the base of the ears, going around the ears a few times, you can also keep the ear flat and place a piece of tape on the front and back of the ear joining it together at the outside of the ear.
When using glue. Place the glue on the ear and lit it dry for a few seconds then take the ear and gold it length wise on itself. Hold for a few seconds. You may need to do this for several weeks until the ears stand.
If the puppy has a very large thick ear, there may be nothing you can do to keep them up. You can keep trying.
Most puppy’s ears will be standing on their own by the time they are ready to go to their new home. If not, you can instruct the new owner how to tape them. Most people want a Yorkie with standing ears. My best advice is to breed good dogs with good ear sets. Dogs being bred with big thick ears should be pets and are spayed and neutered.
Yorkshire Terrier Puppies
The original Yorkies were bred from Bigger Terriers and were bred down in size to be a toy sized dog. Yorkies no longer are the ratters of the past. They have become a small companion dog. As Yorkies became more popular many people began to breed them to supply puppies for the pet buying public.
The standard states that the Yorkshire Terrier is a blue and tan dog with a silky coat and that the coat is of prime importance. Yorkies are not suppose to be Parti colored, golden, chocolate or rare colors we see for sale on the internet. These colors are being bred so the breeders can charge large prices for their puppies and call them rare. This type of breeding for these colors is no different from someone cross breeding dogs and calling them designer dogs. Please educate yourself before purchasing a Yorkie pup. Contact any YTCA member and they will help you to make an informed decision about the purchase of a Yorkshire Terrier.