Generally, traditionally colored boys are $1200 to $1700 depending on size and other characteristics although they are only available very infrequently through my friend, Karen.
Traditionally colored girls generally $2800 (some tinies more and again very rarely available except through Karen).
Tri boys range from $1900 to $3000 generally depending on size and various characteristics
Tri girls $3000 is a common price. Smaller sometimes more.
Golds/whites and chocolates are similar to tri colors, but chocolates can be a bit more because of rarity.
I set prices around 6-7 weeks of age.
These are pet prices, and do not include registrations for breeding. Those arrangements are exceptional and need to made ahead of time. Pricing reflects projected size, gender, coloration and appearance.
Those actively engaged (meaning I have confirmed that you are on the waiting list and we have had communication) have first choice for the type of puppy indicated when the puppies are priced at 6-7 weeks of age. If you do not choose a puppy when offered one, and that is what you have been waiting for, it is unlikely a similar opportunity will be available in the future unless there are extenuating circumstances in your situation. I breed for the official standard size (4-7) lbs and occasionally have puppies over or under standard. I do not take names for folks only wanting under standard projected adult size although I do have those puppies from time to time.
The Potty Correction Technique for Piddle Pads Which I have used with success:
You may have seen me demo this if you have
been to my house. The process goes like this:
1. Discover the "bad spot" (the offending spot is the bad thing to get across to them, not the puppy )
2. Silently go and pick up the puppy, but do not cuddle close, rather hold out away from your body. This is serious business. ha
3. Go to the "bad spot" and set the puppy close enough so she can sniff it so she knows what it is. Slap the floor beside the "bad spot" and say, "ack, ack, bad spot!"
4. Continue to carry the puppy out away from you and go over to the piddle pad. Lower her to the pad, but do not release. In a happy cheerful voice, say "good puppy! good potty!"
5. Return to the "bad spot" and repeat step #3 (their attention spans are very brief!)
6. Return to the piddle pad all the while carrying away from your body. Set the puppy on the pad and with a cheerful voice say "good puppy, good potty" or something to the effect. Release the puppy on the pad.
7. Go to the "bad spot" armed immediately with cleaning supplies and grumble and complain (not hard to do at this point) while you clean it up. Use the words "bad spot", etc. etc.
8. Ignore the puppy for 5 minutes.
9. Pick up the puppy and cuddle as if all is well.
This is the most difficult to do when they are
being really cute and you find the spot.
But keeping in mind that you are both taking a break (from cuteness) for a little important life lesson helps buoy up your courage as the human and pull it off when needed. Good luck and persist! Trudy of Garden Parti Yorkies
Garden Parti Yorkies and Biewers
Past Garden Parti puppies....
General Pricing Guidelines for Garden Parti Yorkies Puppies
Walker, a past puppy, says "Hi" and encourages you to keep scrolling down for more past puppy pictures and piddle pad puppy correction technique
More yorkie puppy photos and piddle pad correction procedure at the bottom of this page.
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Check this out! A yorkie Bowtique! Maddie, the 2019 St. Paul Winter Carnival Canine Queen whom Sheila purchased from me, models one of her adorable creations.
Maddie, also the St. Paul Winter Carnival Canine Queen for 2019, models one of Sheila's creations. Maddie also appeared on the cover of City Pages, for Mpls. spring 2022. She is the granddaughter of Dazzle on my Ladies page.
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
All of my puppies are in their new homes now for the Holidays.