A Few Facts
Poor Man’s Dog – at a time when Irish landowners were not allowed to have a higher value of £ 5 pounds, the wheaten terrier was a poor man just as the Irish gentlemen were Irish wolfhounds – so they often called him “poor man’s wolfhound”.
People-Oriented – Since the Wheaten was developed as an all-around farm dog the farmer could depend on for anything he needed, it meant developing a dog with a loyal temperament. The breed is known for being “people-oriented,” wanting to be wherever the family is at all times.
We breeding clearly position ourselves as breeding a small number of high-quality dog breeds. Breeding is based on all scientific and genetic research, applying contemporary nutrition, socialization and youth activities as well as adult dogs.
Our female’s first litter is 2.5 years old and during life, they have two litters. Male/males are open for stud after 2.5 years.
All dogs that have been breeding must have had all the examinations and other tests planned for wheaten terriers. We will also work in the next period to have our dogs who in addition have mental tests and other work tests for wheaten terriers or terriers.
This time, it is not easy but we truly believe that quality, knowledge, science and love give the best results. Our dogs are our great love and we want everyone who has our dogs with them a long and happy life.
A Few Facts
Colours – The Wheaten’s signature pale beige coat does not come in until he reaches adulthood. Wheaten puppies are born different colours, including white or creme (and beyond!), and puppies under a year may carry deeper colouring and occasional black tipping.
Puppy Life – The Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier often acts as a joyful puppy throughout his life. Though he will bark to announce strangers, he welcomes them as long-lost friends, usually with exuberant barking, bouncing, and face kissing.
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.