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Guarantee, Breeding Ethics, Teacups

OUR GUARANTEE


We guarantee every puppy we sell not to have any health defects. Puppies should be taken to your personal Veterinarian* within 48 hours of purchase. If your Veterinarian* finds that your puppy has a life threatening illness, disease, or deficiency, we will gladly refund purchase price or exchange your puppy; with verifiable documentation from a licensed Veternarian*.

All puppies will have 1 to 2 sets of puppy shots and come with a health record. We will not sell any puppy that is under one and a half pounds (24 oz.). Most Yorkies will be at least 8 weeks old.


*DISCLAIMER*
Memphis Yorkies
will not be responsible for buyers personal Veterinarian Fees.


OUR BREEDING ETHICS


I am dedicated to the Yorkshire Terrier Breed. My dams are never repeatedly bred and never bred more than 1-4 times total. A lot of planning goes into all breeding, with my personal involvement and supervision. I breed for the next show puppy that will be a dynamite addition to my breeding program. Most of my puppies are superb representatives of the breed, if not "show quality".

I strongly feel that all puppies born at Memphis Yorkies puppies are pets FIRST, and many possess potential show qualities, or produce great offspring. I require verifiable Veterinarian* references; valid breeder certification and documentation, before selling to a potential (reputable) breeder.


"TEA-CUPS"


I do have extra small puppies (under 3 pounds) available to pet homes. These puppies are considered "RUNTS" and are presented for sale between 3 months to 6 months.

They are not suited for homes with small children, cats, or large dogs. I do reserve the right TO REFUSE A SALE based on my judgment, and home visits may be required in certain circumstances.

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NO PUPPY MILLS!

Their Web sites and Internet classified ads allow them to sell directly to the public.

"Reputable breeders might use the Internet as a resource, but would not ship a puppy to a client based on a transaction on the Web", said Bob Baker, a St. Louis-based investigator for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

"Reputable breeders want you to come to their facility." — "They're going to ask you more questions than you ask them," he said. "They're going to be careful who their dogs go to."


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