Of Our Canine Friends

Welcome to Tarmar Yorkshire


Terriers (Perm.Reg'd)









There will be no litters arriving


until late fall.Those on the list will


be contacted when the pups are


born. Please contact the


Canadian Kennel Club on line for


a list of breeders near you.




Please enjoy my new site pages which I am working on . I will inform you on future litters being born and I will also give tips on care of your pups .


Follow up on Pet Insurance which is recommended.Veterinarian Clinics are very busy and expensive so even a small policy helps.

This is tick season !

Don't walk puppies on a lead for long periods of time until their bones are strong and don't let them jump too much.

Small dogs should not be altered until they are 7-8 months old and large dogs when they are 10 months.

Follow your breeders advice not people who think they know everything about every breed !  Your breeder will be happy to help you should you have questions.

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                            Winston is a well cared for puppy.

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Hi! I am Kloe, I dive


off the dock and I


swim back to


shore .








Where there are people there are dogs and people like dogs for all sorts of reasons because they do a great job for man especially by guarding their homes and property.  A dog is fun to be with , a good companion to share a game or a walk or just sitting together. A creature who thinks he/she is human.

The affection between man and dog is mutual. We love them as much as they love us and there is no relationship the same as man and any other domesticated creature. Why dog should be willing to stay with man without running away as all other animals, is one of the freaks of nature and has paid dividends for both.

Yorkshire Terriers The Yorkshire Terrier is one of the most sought after small dogs-small in size but large in character with a super personality. He/she amuses itself making for few demands with the exception of grooming. This breed was not always as small as it is today.  A man made dog during the Industrial Revolution in Scotland and England, it was once a much larger dog weighing between 12 and 14 pounds. It was bred to go into the coal mines to eleviate rats and verman.

The selective breeding of the Paisley Terrier (now extinct) the Skye Terrier and the Maltese are part of it's genetic structure. 

The Yorkshire Terrier was introduced to the show ring in Yorkshire in 1886 by the British Kennel Club. Today, a Standard for Showing can be located at the Canadian Kennel Club and any C.K.C Registered Club.

Pet Quality Yorkshire Terriers are perfect for empty nesters and people living alone but I would be neglectful in not reminding you that allowing strangers or small children to play with this small dog could result in serious accidents.

  In 2016 the Yorkshire Terrier was the 9th most popular breed of all the breeds

Grow Old With Dogs

When I grow old... I will wear soft gray sweatshirts..
and a bandana over my silver hair...
I will spend my social security checks on wine and my dogs.
I will sit in my house on my well worn chair and listen to my dogs breathing.
I will sneak out in the middle of a warm summer night
and take my dogs for a run, if my old bones will allow..
When people come to call ,
I will smile and nod as I show them my dogs..
and talk of them and about them..
the so beloved of the past and the ones so beloved of today..
I will still work hard cleaning after them, mopping and feeding them and
whispering their names in a soft loving way.
I will wear the gleaming sweat on my throat, like a jewel and I will be an
embarassment to all.. especially my family..
who have not yet found the peace
in being free to have dogs as best friends..
These friends who always wait at any hour for your footfall..
and eagerly jump to their feet out of a sound sleep, to
greet you as if you are God
with warm eyes full of adoring love and hope that you will always stay.
I'll hug their little necks..
I'll kiss their dear sweet heads..
and whisper in their very special company..
I look in the Mirror..
and see I am getting old.. This is the kind of person I am..
and have always been.
Loving dogs is easy,
they are a part of me.
Please accept me for who I am.
My dogs appreciate my presence in their lives..
When I am old this will be important to me..
You will understand when you are old
if you have dogs to love too.

(Author Unknown)

*** They say dogs are the only animals that will answer to their names and recognize the voices of the family.??????




 Ruby- Champion Tarmar Ruby Take Yr  Lv  T  Twn ( Ruby has a new home)

 Emma-  GRCH Tarmar Once Upon a Time

 George Cwnannwn's The Crime In Mind (working on his Championship)

  Sparky  -   Champion Tarmar Light My Fire

  Bella- Champion Tarmar Ring My Bell


 I am in good standing as a member of the Canadian Kennel Club .

This is Little Cheekie, the Grandma ,Great Grandma of all my

pups. Cheekie is 13 years old suffering from bad eyes and arthritis

but she is wise and goes about without any problems. After I clean

her eyes she bounces around looking for her treat. She will be

missed when she goes.


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Little CO CO thinks he can fit in his daddy's slippers.

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Bruno and Ollie are real cuddlers!


Brian with Jack and Toby

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Abby is her Mom's only love

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Handsome Gigio

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Molly and Ruby are enjoying their stroller.

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Asher is busy bugging his Mom and Dad

 I am looking for someone in North Bay

Who is home most of the time, and not a traveler.

Who loves dogs.

Who has money to start a Kennel in the home.

Who would join the Canadian Kennel Club as long as they had the Kennel.

Would learn to groom and show small dogs.

Knows how to handle their money so the dogs would have their shots and be well cared for.

Who would not be a Puppy Mill.

Would respect my training.

Preference for a single lady, non smoker, non drinker.






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