Our mission and philosophy is non-commercial breeding of soft coated wheaten terriers based on careful selection, based on scientific achievements - the quality of physical and mental health is the first place. For now, there are no available wheaten babies; for information on the next litter please contact us.
The Wheaten was bred in Ireland for over two hundred years to be an all-purpose farm dog whose duties included herding, watching and guarding livestock. In Ireland, they were commonly referred to as the "Poor Man's Wolfhound"
They are recognized as a breed in Ireland by the Irish Kennel Club – Wheaten is a dog who is always with a man and he had role of a keeper of the farm and the small animal hunter, and a hunter dog as well (in Ireland he had a mandatory work test and an exam for hunting otters in water).
British Kennel Club recognized the breed in the UK as well.
The idea of a kennel was formed in 2014 when Ziva came to our home (officially Casy), and we registered in November 2016.
Wheatens are heathy and long-living dogs, who compete in obedience, agility, and tracking and are occasionally used in animal-assisted therapy as well.
2015 - Our first dog Ziva had her first competition in 2015. in Zagreb Croatia; 2016 - We registered first Wheaten Kennel in Bosnia&Herzegovina; 2017 - Ziva had her 10 babies in 2017. and that was first registered Wheaten litter in B&H; 2017 – October - Ziva officially became a first therapy dog in B&H.
Food. Love. Care.
Wheaties have a beautiful coat and to keep it happy and healthy they need proper care. Besides frequent grooming, caring for their teeth and nails, they need training with consistency and love. But, you should know that if a Wheaten loses trust in you, it's difficult to gain it back. Wheatens also make excellent therapy dogs. They are joyful, energetic and affectionate and never lose their love of play time.
Our first litter A was born on January 14, 2017 - 10 healthy and happy wheaten babies: 3 girls and 7 boys. We are tracking their growth and development all the time - we are very proud of each of them.
For now, there are no available wheaten babies - for information on the next litter please contact us.
For more details on dogs from our "Litter A" click on the dog photo.