Welcome to the "Wonderful World Of Groveshire Yorkies"
We are from Newfoundland, Canada (The most easternly point in Canada)
Please enjoy your visit.
We hope that you leave with a greater appreciation of this MAGNIFICENT BREED
I am a breeder.
I spend a lifetime learning pedigrees, going over dogs,
talking and learning from those in my breed and those outside it.
I raise each litter as if I gave birth to them
and spend an equal amount of time finding them loving forever homes.
I only put puppies on this planet that I think will be the healthiest (mentally and physically)
and nicest examples of their breed.
I support each family who choses one of my puppies
and let them know they are now a part of our extended family.
I am there if one needs to come back
and will aggressively pursue the return of one of my dogs if its in the wrong place.
I support my breed in rescue and education.
I hold them when they arrive and leave this world, not only my own,
but my brethren in the fancy.
I share my knowledge and socialize my dogs
so that they will be the advertisement for my dedication.
I don't keep track of the money and time I put in to my love of dogs,
it would not be true measure of how I feel.
I support my friends in the fancy, because it takes a village sometimes
and only WE know how things are for us.
The price I charge for my puppies is never profit, but investment in the next generation.
I will not be ashamed of who I am,
I work hard at being a good dog person and encouraging others to be the same.
I am a breeder
and I am proud of it.
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Preston and MaryLou Groves
Beware of buying puppies produced by puppy mills, backyard breeders, and breeders offering many breeds.
The background of the dams and sires are usually unknown and they usually don't screen for inherited problems, therefore health clearances are not given.
These businesses produce a large number of dogs so human contact is practically non-existent.
Puppy Mills are often the source of dogs sold through Pet Shops.
Follow the Canadian Kennel Club guidelines when purchasing a puppy of any breed.
A copy of a brochure titled "Making the Right Choice" can be obtained from the CKC website www.ckc.ca.
REMEMBER---Always insist upon being provided with a signed bill of sale stating the puppy is being sold as a purebred.
WARNING SIGN: It is against the law in Canada for a breeder to offer you a purebred dog at one price with papers, and another price without papers.
WHY BUY A PUREBRED?
The major benefits of buying a purebred dog include having a fairly safe set of assumptions about what the dog will be when it grows up, especially in terms of temperament and personality. Also, the expected size of the dog, which may be very important to the apartment dweller. In addition to assumptions, there are facts that are reliable --- facts about the history and development of the breed, facts about the breed's general performance, facts about specialized performance activities in which that breed excels. If the dog comes from a reliable and responsible breeder, that breeder would have been watching and evaluating the puppy from birth and will be able to tell you exactly if the puppy might or might not be suitable for you.
23 Chanterelle Drive
Conception Bay South, Newfoundland, Canada
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