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maranda

Russell Springs, KY

#1 May 12, 2009
i was wondering if any one knows someone that breads these dogs i am looking for one
check restaraunt

Russell Springs, KY

#2 May 12, 2009
Maybe some exotic foreign restaurant breads dogs, I'm not sure. Personally I like mine broiled with just a pat of butter.

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#3 May 12, 2009
A teacup Yorkie is just another wording for the "runt" of the litter.

I have Silver and Tan Yorkies. The mother is 5 lbs. and the dad is 3 lbs.

Their babies should be very small because of the father being much smaller than the mother.

They're not born yet but I will be selling them as soon as they are weaned. They should be born in July and ready in August. I will take deposits as soon as the mother is confirmed by the veternarian that she is pregnant.

I paid $750 for the mother and $700 for the male. So that will be their offsprings price. They are both AKC with documented champion bloodlines.
maranda wrote:
i was wondering if any one knows someone that breads these dogs i am looking for one
duh

Russell Springs, KY

#4 May 12, 2009
Do they also lay golden eggs? Who would pay that much for a dog? Hi, I'll take the little shitter and pisser that only wants to lay around all day and barks at all hours of the night, and while you're at it...I'll just give you a ton of money for it!

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#5 May 12, 2009
Well..........if you can't afford it or you don't want to pay the price. You need not answer the post.

Google what Yorkies go for on the internet and it will justify the price of my puppies.

I am also a dog transporter for my friend and I transport her puppies that she sells. I make $250 for each small puppy and $300 for each large puppy. She sells Papillions, Bernese Mountain dogs, English Bulldogs, Shi-Tzu, Cockapoos, Carin Terriers, Yorkies, and a few other breeds.

So I guess you could say that the price is reasonable for AKC Champion bloodline puppies. A lot of the dog's she sells are show dog's and people will pay the price for the bloodline.

Ask Pat Coburn of Russell Springs. She shows her dog's and she sells her Yorkies for $1000. People that can afford them or really want them will pay the price.
duh wrote:
Do they also lay golden eggs? Who would pay that much for a dog? Hi, I'll take the little shitter and pisser that only wants to lay around all day and barks at all hours of the night, and while you're at it...I'll just give you a ton of money for it!
duh

Russell Springs, KY

#6 May 12, 2009
You can mark it clueless all ya want! I know exactly what a yorkie is, I owned one. They're weirdo little dogs that like to chase mice, and no more special than the small breed mutt at the shelter that will bring you just as much happiness at a fraction of the price. I think that if it came down to showing a dog...I would choose to have a real life instead. FYI: The yorkie I owned came from a place that overbred her, never took her to see a vet, never loved her or showed her affection, and treated her like a cash cow. There isn't much that seperates you from that.
I know who

Jamestown, KY

#7 May 13, 2009
maranda wrote:
i was wondering if any one knows someone that breads these dogs i am looking for one
i know this person that raising yorkies there real small he gets 250.00 for them his number is 3-4-3-4-1-8-2 there ckc reg,

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#8 May 13, 2009
I have one female Yorkie and one female Cockapoo and you judge me as using them for a cash cow? This is the first time either of them have been bred. My Yorkie is 1 1/2 years old and my Cockapoo is 2 years old. Other breeders will breed their females as soon as they come into heat. That is usually around the age of 6 months! To me that is too early for a dog to be bred.

You are very mistaken! I love my dog's and they go to the vet and the groomer and they are part of our family. They play with us and they want for nothing. They are treated better than most parents treat their children. My family comes first but my dog's eat and are taken care of before I sit down and take care of myself.

Go to my MySpace page www.myspace.com/kimberly_lay and see my "cash cows" as you call them. Then go spread more lies and derogative remarks about me!

My dog's are very loved and well taken care of, actually they are sleeping right beside me RIGHT NOW!

My puppies will be placed with loving families. If I feel as if they will not be loved, they will NOT be sold to that person. I care about my dog's just as I do any other living thing! DO NOT classify me with people that are referred to as "puppy mills". I have 5 dog's in all and they are very socialized and loving animals.

You had NO right to put me down. I have every right to ask the going price for my puppies as other AKC breeders. I never said you didn't know what a Yorkie is. I said google Yorkies and see what they going price is for a puppy. Then you will see that I'm asking actually less than AKC Champion Bloodline prices.

Do your homework before you judge honest people. You just show your ignorance in doing so.
duh wrote:
You can mark it clueless all ya want! I know exactly what a yorkie is, I owned one. They're weirdo little dogs that like to chase mice, and no more special than the small breed mutt at the shelter that will bring you just as much happiness at a fraction of the price. I think that if it came down to showing a dog...I would choose to have a real life instead. FYI: The yorkie I owned came from a place that overbred her, never took her to see a vet, never loved her or showed her affection, and treated her like a cash cow. There isn't much that seperates you from that.
duh

Russell Springs, KY

#9 May 13, 2009
Tombraider34 wrote:
I have one female Yorkie and one female Cockapoo and you judge me as using them for a cash cow? This is the first time either of them have been bred. My Yorkie is 1 1/2 years old and my Cockapoo is 2 years old. Other breeders will breed their females as soon as they come into heat. That is usually around the age of 6 months! To me that is too early for a dog to be bred.
You are very mistaken! I love my dog's and they go to the vet and the groomer and they are part of our family. They play with us and they want for nothing. They are treated better than most parents treat their children. My family comes first but my dog's eat and are taken care of before I sit down and take care of myself.
Go to my MySpace page www.myspace.com/kimberly_lay and see my "cash cows" as you call them. Then go spread more lies and derogative remarks about me!
My dog's are very loved and well taken care of, actually they are sleeping right beside me RIGHT NOW!
My puppies will be placed with loving families. If I feel as if they will not be loved, they will NOT be sold to that person. I care about my dog's just as I do any other living thing! DO NOT classify me with people that are referred to as "puppy mills". I have 5 dog's in all and they are very socialized and loving animals.
You had NO right to put me down. I have every right to ask the going price for my puppies as other AKC breeders. I never said you didn't know what a Yorkie is. I said google Yorkies and see what they going price is for a puppy. Then you will see that I'm asking actually less than AKC Champion Bloodline prices.
Do your homework before you judge honest people. You just show your ignorance in doing so.
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Someone has to care to spread lies, I couldn't care less. I'm just giving you a hard time for thinking that it's anyway near the ball park of normal to sell/buy a dog that expensive. If anyone else were doing it I would give them a hard time too, you aren't special. Oh wait...yup that is your ignorance showing.

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#10 May 13, 2009
You know at least I have the balls to put myself out there and put a face and a name to my posting's.

You completely negate the fact that you're putting me down with a nameless and faceless comment.

Anyone can google and do simple research to see the going rate for Yorkies or any other popular dog.

My friend sells her Bernese Mountian dog's for $1200 to $1800 a puppy and she get's that for them! So who is ignorant? The one that complains about the price or the one that actually retains the price they are asking?

And yeah........I am special. I'm a very good person and I won't demean others as you do to "feel" superior!

Maybe that's not the going price around your area and I totally understand that because it is a rural area. I'm from a large town where my asking price is just a little under the actual going rate. My friend and I have a business. It just so happens it is selling puppies to people that want them and who can afford them.
duh wrote:
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Someone has to care to spread lies, I couldn't care less. I'm just giving you a hard time for thinking that it's anyway near the ball park of normal to sell/buy a dog that expensive. If anyone else were doing it I would give them a hard time too, you aren't special. Oh wait...yup that is your ignorance showing.

Since: Sep 08

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#13 May 13, 2009
There is no such thing as a "teacup" puppy.

Look at this link and please educate yourself about the myth of "teacups".

http://www.barkrescue.net/teacup.htm
maranda wrote:
i was wondering if any one knows someone that breads these dogs i am looking for one

Since: Sep 08

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#14 May 13, 2009
Go to www.nextdaypets.com and see the going rate.
duh wrote:
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Someone has to care to spread lies, I couldn't care less. I'm just giving you a hard time for thinking that it's anyway near the ball park of normal to sell/buy a dog that expensive. If anyone else were doing it I would give them a hard time too, you aren't special. Oh wait...yup that is your ignorance showing.

Since: Sep 08

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#15 May 13, 2009
Btw.........the link to see the going rate for Yorkies is at the very bottom of the page.

You will see just how much they actually go for in other places than rural areas.
yorkielover

Russell Springs, KY

#16 May 14, 2009
the yorkies are expenive dogs i have 4.00 for mine.
hes not a teacup hes a bigger one... but if you look then up they go way up in the thousands.

Since: Sep 08

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#17 May 14, 2009
Case and point! Thank you for confirming what I've been saying all along.
yorkielover wrote:
the yorkies are expenive dogs i have 4.00 for mine.
hes not a teacup hes a bigger one... but if you look then up they go way up in the thousands.
yorkielover

Russell Springs, KY

#18 May 25, 2009
your welcome much!
momof2grls1boy

Brownsville, KY

#19 May 26, 2009
I gave 500.00 for mine. He just turned a year old. He is extra small maybe 2lbs if that. Love him like one of my kids
Yorkie Lover

Russell Springs, KY

#20 May 27, 2009
I got me one of those thimble yorkies. They way half an ounce and can stand on the end of your finger. He's really beautiful and is really good with kids. We had two but my 14 month old boy accidentally ate him.
tuttle bug

Lexington, KY

#21 Jun 9, 2009
i gave 250 for my yorkie,but before i found him i was saving my money cause the only other ones i found were like 400-700 dollars.
Teacup puppy

United States

#22 Jun 18, 2009
Tombraider34 wrote:
There is no such thing as a "teacup" puppy.
Look at this link and please educate yourself about the myth of "teacups".
http://www.barkrescue.net/teacup.htm
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yes there's teacup puppies.They are called that because they are small.

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