5 MONTH OLD MALE YORKIE AKC. 2LBS $1200
5 MONTH OLD MALE YORKIE AKC. 2LBS $1200
AKC Yorkie puppies. 10 weeks old. Ready for
your home. Wormed, shots UTD, Vet checked.
$750 Males --$850 Females-- Sire & Dam on site
At times I have adult dogs that I would like to place in a perfect home. I will be asking a $350 adoption fee that will cover the dog to be spayed or neutered, teeth cleaned & shots updated.
I will have to approve you & get a letter of recomendation from your Vet.
These Yorkies have been house Pets & not kennel dogs.
They are used to the better life, sleeping with me & going in the car to the store, and eating good food. Call me for more information.231-468-9352 I owned Wags To Whiskers Pet Care in Reed City Mi I have now moved to Holland, MI. Bev Nieboer
INQUIRIES ABOUT PUPPIES OR THE BREED ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. Puppy prices range from $750 to $900 some higher, depending on quality, pedigree, age, size & sex. Shipping charges are extra (usually $300) and everything needs to be paid in advance. A deposit of $200 will hold your choice until it is ready to go. I will take Visa, M/C, PayPal, check or cash for the deposit. For me to ship your Pup you will have to over night me a postal money order, or for you to pick it up I will need cash. I will not accept a personal check except for the deposit if I have time to see that it clears.
All puppies will have shots UTD also wormed & Vet checked . I do not let my Puppies go until at least 10 weeks old. The tiny ones even older. All of my Yorkies are AKC Registered. Some will have breeding restrictions. I give a one year guarantee against hereditary or genetic diseases.
I will be glad to SHIP PUPPIES if possible and if weather conditions permit. I ship via Delta Airlines Pet First for VIP treatment to anywhere in the continental U.S. Delta Dash insures the best care for shipping live animals. They are put into a heated/cooled/pressurized compartment below the cockpit. Delta personal take them personally to and from the planes and deliver them to the person waiting for them. Shipping cost runs $300.00+ and include air fare, USDA/Airline approved shipping crate, bedding, dishes, and a final Vet exam which includes the State of Michigan Health Certificate.
I WOULD LIKE TO WORK WITH YOU TO GET THE YORKIE OF YOUR DREAMS~~~~~~~ WATCH FOR PICTURES OR CALL ME ON MY CELL # 231-468-9352 GIRLS ARE USUALLY $850 & BOYS ARE USUALLY $750
I'VE MOVED TO HOLLAND MI. JUST GIVE ME A CALL OR E-MAIL ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org
THESE ARE JUST CUTE PICTURES THAT MY CUSTOMERS HAVE SENT ME OR I HAVE TAKEN. ENJOY !!
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Click on any picture to visit the girls' photo album. Puppies born to these Mothers are raised in a special nursery in my home. Before they go to their new homes, they will be properly wormed and have their first shot. Litters will be Vet checked and most will be Microchipped. They will go to their new home with a supply of the food they've been weaned on. I am an experienced shipper, if need be, and weather permitting.
There is no such thing as a Teacup Yorkie...
The breed standards tells us that a Yorkie should not exceed 7 pounds. There is only one type of Yorkie and they can be smaller than the breed standard stipulates or bigger and they are all the same breed - Yorkies! The Yorkie is a Toy Breed. On occasion we get a tiny one as well as a larger one. We do not breed for the tiny Yorkie. These tiny Yorkies are very delicate! They can get hurt by falling or by having something fall on them.
A Congenital defect - Is a defect present or an existing condition. Not all congenital defects are life threatening. Your puppy is guaranteed against Life Threatening Congenital Defects until he is 1 year of age.
A Hereditary defect - Is a defect passed on by the mother (dam) or father (sire). Your puppy is guaranteed against Life Threatening Hereditary Defects until he is 1 year of age.
Hypoglycemia - If your new puppy is lethargic or comatose it may be caused by HYPOGLYCEMIA. This can be a life threatening condition brought on by the stress of its new environment and the resulting lack of nutrition. It is most common in the Yorkshire breed.
New puppies can also be stressed by the lack of sleep and over-handling. They may refuse to eat because their food has changed or they don't know where the food is. Changes in the room temperature may also cause stress to a new puppy. A lifeless or limp lethargic puppy with grayish-blue gums and tongue is another indication of Hypoglycemia. A sub-normal temperature, with the puppy seeming to shiver and shake requires immediate attention. If left untreated the puppy may go in a coma with resulting convulsions and death could be the tragic result if treatment is withheld. Low blood sugar is the cause and the blood glucose level must be raised at once. Care from a Vet is the best choice, but don't wait: every second counts. Mix Corn Syrup (karo) or plain Sugar with equal proportion of water and, using a syringe, feed the pup 10cc orally four times a day. Hypoglycemia, treated in time, should leave no lasting affects as long as the stress is eliminated it shouldn't occur again. I use Nutri-Cal. Please always keep some Nutri-Cal in your house. It can be bought at Petco or PetsMart.
Coccidiosis - Symptoms of coccidiosis are similar to those seen in puppies with giardiasis (see below). The signs include watery or hemorrhagic diarrhea,
dehydration, abdominal tenderness and anorexia. These symptoms may persist for up to 14 days. Unfortunately, these signs are not specific to coccidiosis only. A veterinarian should be consulted if any of the above signs are seen.
Giardia - Giardia is sometimes confused with worms because they invade the gastrointestinal tract and can cause diarrhea. They are not worms; instead, they are one-celled parasites classified as protozoa. Most dogs that are infected with Giardia do not have diarrhea or any other signs of illness. When the eggs (cysts) are found in the stool of a dog without diarrhea, they are generally considered a transient, insignificant finding. However, in puppies they may cause severe, watery diarrhea that may be fatal.
THESE ARE JUST HELPFUL HINTS. PLEASE - ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR VET.
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