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Old 03-31-2006, 03:56 PM   #1
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I guess that I am a little particular. I wouldn't sell to someone that had small kids and that had no control over their kids. If a family came to my house and the kid was rowdy, rough with the dogs/pups, jumping around everywhere, I wouldn't do it. But, that's just me. Also, I wouldn't sell to someone that really had no interest in the pup but came across as a miller or someone that was out to make a quick buck. You know the type...come in, looks at the dog, asks how much, pays and then leaves. I want my new families to take an interest in the dog. To ask questions about the care the dogs have received and how they can continue the good care. By God, these are my babies!
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1. Small children. It's not that I don't like small children, it's just so hard to expect them to be careful when they are just learning things like that themselves. I don't want any accidents to happen. I usually recommend a larger, heartier terrier, example westies, cairns.
2. Large dogs in the family. I am afraid even in play a baby yorkie could get seriously hurt or worse.
3. No one home for long periods of time. Some people don't realize they don't have time for a dog.
Last but not least I will bend with my own rules if we can work out a situtation I am comfortable with. I also stick with my Gut instinct. I always tell people looking at my puppies "If you're not totally in love with one of my babies, Please do not buy it!"
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1. Small children. It's not that I don't like small children, it's just so hard to expect them to be careful when they are just learning things like that themselves. I don't want any accidents to happen. I usually recommend a larger, heartier terrier, example westies, cairns.
2. Large dogs in the family. I am afraid even in play a baby yorkie could get seriously hurt or worse.
3. No one home for long periods of time. Some people don't realize they don't have time for a dog.
Last but not least I will bend with my own rules if we can work out a situtation I am comfortable with. I also stick with my Gut instinct. I always tell people looking at my puppies "If you're not totally in love with one of my babies, Please do not buy it!"
Well I have a small child and a Yorkie with 2 old larger dogs... My little girl is very respectful since my Yorkie Lucy is also considered one of my babies ( she came first). Since I am a stay at home mom I supervise every move any one takes ...there has never been an issue where my yorkie has been mean or that she has been hurt/taunted, annoyed etc in any way. Lucy goes with us everywhere and loves it. I love animals and I teach my daughter too to love and respect them. I know I may be a minority but there are good, caring , responsible and watchful parents out here. I know you are not saying there aren't but it does make it difficult for us. I also would never ask for a Yorkie that is 3lbs or anything (Lucy is between 6-7lbs) I want them to beable to go out to the park together and play fetch with my daughter and I. The sad thing for me is, I want another Yorkie some day too and feel that it may be really hard and discouraging to get one from any breeder. I want to get a top of the line yorkie with champion lineage...etc..I just worry that I won't get a fair chance....I wonder how many othes with Yorkies have kids under lets say 5yrs?
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Well I have a small child and a Yorkie with 2 old larger dogs... My little girl is very respectful since my Yorkie Lucy is also considered one of my babies ( she came first). Since I am a stay at home mom I supervise every move any one takes ...there has never been an issue where my yorkie has been mean or that she has been hurt/taunted, annoyed etc in any way. Lucy goes with us everywhere and loves it. I love animals and I teach my daughter too to love and respect them. I know I may be a minority but there are good, caring , responsible and watchful parents out here. I know you are not saying there aren't but it does make it difficult for us. I also would never ask for a Yorkie that is 3lbs or anything (Lucy is between 6-7lbs) I want them to beable to go out to the park together and play fetch with my daughter and I. The sad thing for me is, I want another Yorkie some day too and feel that it may be really hard and discouraging to get one from any breeder. I want to get a top of the line yorkie with champion lineage...etc..I just worry that I won't get a fair chance....I wonder how many othes with Yorkies have kids under lets say 5yrs?
To each situation. I am glad your little girl is good with your yorkies!
If I had a larger pup and a very careful 5 yr old I would meet with them to see how things go. Normally my pups average around 4-5lbs. So do have to screen my homes carefully. My goal is to match the right home with the right yorkie. I used to be a vet tech and have seen first hand injuries caused unintentionally by small children, I am not trying to make things hard for families with small children, I am just trying to prevent Heartache and Injury.
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I'm a little partial to children since my daugher age 8 was raised around yorkies. I consider prospective owners with children on a child to child basis.
As far as someone just coming by to look at pups, like txshopper mentioned, that doesn't even happen with my pups. I don't let folks "just come by". I will have spoken at length with anyone over a period of time before they come out to my home. NO POP IN'S!
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I have two grandchildren who visit and spend the night often. One is six and the other is three. They are very well behaved and know how to act. BUT, children have accidents such as the one I witnessed from the six year old this week. he was sitting on the couch, under my supervision, and bent over to pet my baby yorkie, four months old. he bent too far and tumbled off nearly right on top of her. They are never allowed to be in the same room with my yorkies unless I am right there and they are either on the couch or in the floor playing gently with them. Not one time have I ever seen either of them try to be too rough or mean to the dogs but I have seen many accidents of stumbling or falling. When I thought I might sell Silk awhile back, I refused flat out to sell to a lady that wanted her for her two year old daughter. I wasn't rude or mean. I just told her that I have a policy of not selling to families with small children and encouraged her to look at a larger breed.
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when i purchased my first pup, mary anne was 2 and wonderful with our new addition. i then added another and she was even more wonderful and gave each one of them the same amount of attention. PLEASE dont not sell to people with small children. if everyone were like that, i would not have my two wonderful dogs.
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Well My Breeder sold me two yorkies and I had a 5 year old. She is a very calm 5 year old though. If I were a breeder I wouldnt sell to someone who had real youg kids like 2 or 3. I think kindergarten age and older is old enough for a yorkie in the house. I waited untill my daughter was 5 to get one because they are such small dogs.
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Well I have a small child and a Yorkie with 2 old larger dogs... My little girl is very respectful since my Yorkie Lucy is also considered one of my babies ( she came first). Since I am a stay at home mom I supervise every move any one takes ...there has never been an issue where my yorkie has been mean or that she has been hurt/taunted, annoyed etc in any way. Lucy goes with us everywhere and loves it. I love animals and I teach my daughter too to love and respect them. I know I may be a minority but there are good, caring , responsible and watchful parents out here. I know you are not saying there aren't but it does make it difficult for us. I also would never ask for a Yorkie that is 3lbs or anything (Lucy is between 6-7lbs) I want them to beable to go out to the park together and play fetch with my daughter and I. The sad thing for me is, I want another Yorkie some day too and feel that it may be really hard and discouraging to get one from any breeder. I want to get a top of the line yorkie with champion lineage...etc..I just worry that I won't get a fair chance....I wonder how many othes with Yorkies have kids under lets say 5yrs?
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Children who are born into a pet family are taught from the start how to respect and treat animals. They are also more likely to be better with pets than those who have a pet introduced even at age 5. I'm not saying a child 5 years old can't learn, because they can. It's all about how the children are raised. I wouldn't hesitate to sell a yorkie to you.
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Well, I can understand the concerns that breeders have with smaller children and these little babies. I want to point out even a family you would think is completely wrong, may be just what these little guys need.

Our family is to say the least a large one. I have 6...yes 6 skin babies 12,9,5,5,5,3 are their ages. I also have a large Doberman, and a elderly cat from before I had purchased Bridget. Now in the last month Bridget has given birth to her first litter of 4 pups bringing our household total to 15 living breathing occupants in our 4 bedroom home. Yes even my dobie is an inside dog.

People on this site I am sure would have judged me and my children, and quite possibly I would never have gotten a yorkie form you. However I did get lucky and one of the best days I have ever had was the day I brought home my Bridget.

We talked to our children before hand, and explained to them 1. This was mommy's dog. 2. They were not allowed to pick her up without me being right there. 3. We would all treat the new puppy as respectfully as our bigger dobie.

My children have never had a problem, nor has my larger dog been an issue. In reality, my Scarlet is not the alpha dog, Bridget is, and she submits to anything this little fur ball wants, including stealing most her toys and treats no matter the size. My children have eagerly learned the proper care and handling of Bridget and now with the new puppies, they understand that though they would love to hold them and play with them, they are far to tiny to do so as of yet. NONE of my children even attempt to disobey us, or even accidentally bring harm to our little fur babies, if anything, she is more likely to be tripped on by me as she is at my feet day and night.

So do not judge a family because of age, size, or other dogs, give them the equal opportunity to have on of these guys bless their lives as well. I would be careful, educated and positively make them understand how something minor can kills these little guys, but so can an adult, accidents happen. Many people here have lost their babies to stupid accidents like greenies, strangulation, or eating something wrong. If you can educate about this and hypoglycemia (sp) and all the little bugs they can get, you can certainly take the time to know the children and find the right puppy for them too.
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As a grandmother, I think it depends on how the children are raised. My oldest has 3 well behaved children that have always been taught to be respectful of animals and people. They have interacted with my dogs since toddlers while supervised. My youngest has children that I dread their visits, prefer to see them at their home. When I see their faces through the glass front door, lock up my dogs in a room with a deadbolt, before letting them in. After I run after all four of them because they are totally undisciplined and I'm afraid they will hurt themselves while they destroy my house. Yes, I do correct them, someone should make an attempt and I'm not their favorite grandmother.
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Well, I can understand the concerns that breeders have with smaller children and these little babies. I want to point out even a family you would think is completely wrong, may be just what these little guys need.

Our family is to say the least a large one. I have 6...yes 6 skin babies 12,9,5,5,5,3 are their ages. I also have a large Doberman, and a elderly cat from before I had purchased Bridget. Now in the last month Bridget has given birth to her first litter of 4 pups bringing our household total to 15 living breathing occupants in our 4 bedroom home. Yes even my dobie is an inside dog.

People on this site I am sure would have judged me and my children, and quite possibly I would never have gotten a yorkie form you. However I did get lucky and one of the best days I have ever had was the day I brought home my Bridget.

We talked to our children before hand, and explained to them 1. This was mommy's dog. 2. They were not allowed to pick her up without me being right there. 3. We would all treat the new puppy as respectfully as our bigger dobie.

My children have never had a problem, nor has my larger dog been an issue. In reality, my Scarlet is not the alpha dog, Bridget is, and she submits to anything this little fur ball wants, including stealing most her toys and treats no matter the size. My children have eagerly learned the proper care and handling of Bridget and now with the new puppies, they understand that though they would love to hold them and play with them, they are far to tiny to do so as of yet. NONE of my children even attempt to disobey us, or even accidentally bring harm to our little fur babies, if anything, she is more likely to be tripped on by me as she is at my feet day and night.

So do not judge a family because of age, size, or other dogs, give them the equal opportunity to have on of these guys bless their lives as well. I would be careful, educated and positively make them understand how something minor can kills these little guys, but so can an adult, accidents happen. Many people here have lost their babies to stupid accidents like greenies, strangulation, or eating something wrong. If you can educate about this and hypoglycemia (sp) and all the little bugs they can get, you can certainly take the time to know the children and find the right puppy for them too.
I really appreciate your insight. I feel the same way as you do. I think breeders definately shouldn't judge a family simply because they have a small child but rather individually like if they have other pets in family, if the parents have had small dogs before or are animal lovers etc.. I think that would make a big difference. I do understand the breeder's point aswell as to risk putting up your babies to a family with small kids who may not be well behaved etc..but really it could be just as bad as putting your baby to a person who is never home..or really isn't an animal person and has never had a small dog. Ex:My best friends sister bought a pug for their family pet and ended up giving him away because she said it was too much work and the dog followed her around all the time and needed so much attention..more than her kids. Another thing too is if these people are denied and they really want a small dog like a Yorkie they will just go to a pet store. I am not saying anything against breeders but only saying to keep an open mind. I too may prefer not to give my babies away to families with small kids but I would give them a chance knowing that they have had met my criterias: They have had dogs before,they know how delicate these dogs are, and let them think on it for a couple days to see if Yorkies are the best fit for the familiy since ideally everyone wants to be happy...blah blah blah I am blabbing on. Thank you to the breeders who would trust me to purchase another baby in the future from you.
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Children who are born into a pet family are taught from the start how to respect and treat animals. They are also more likely to be better with pets than those who have a pet introduced even at age 5. I'm not saying a child 5 years old can't learn, because they can. It's all about how the children are raised. I wouldn't hesitate to sell a yorkie to you.
Thank you! Yes,I think this is true. It definately depends if the parents are animal people and have an existing family( of children-their pets) before having a child.
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