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Beautiful Tallulah is such an exquisite girl! She is a very dark parti yorkie that carries chocolate. She is absolutely as sweet as she looks too. She has a gorgeous babydoll face with that upturned little nose that everyone loves so much. Her hair is silky and straight and drags the floor as she prances around. Tallulah weighs 5 pounds. I am really quite proud of this beautiful girl.
Kat is a beautiful chocolate that carries parti. She weighs 5.5 lbs. She is a pick of the litter we chose from our retired male, Bogie. She is dark and beautiful with an amazing coat and eyes that will melt your heart. She is a super sweet girl but very mischievous. She loves to hide toys in her "secret spot" which is behind our dining room table.
Beautiful Freya is another pick of the litter I chose from Elvis. She is so gorgeous! Freya is a parti girl and carries chocolate. She is charting to weigh about 5lbs grown. She has a precious baby doll face, compact body, silk coat, and is just absolutely perfect. We can not say enough about her. I am very excited to have her as part of my crew.
Uma is a drop dead gorgeous kb black parti that carries chocolate. Uma is charting to weigh 4 1/2 pounds grown. I am absolutely thrilled to have this girl in my program! She is absolutely stunning with her silk coat and the splash of color on her face. Her heart shaped little nose is just perfect! She is bold, fierce, protective, and playful.
Demi is another product of my own breeding. When she was born I took one look at her and just KNEW she would be staying here. Pearl Bailey and Natalie Wood are her half sisters and Halle Berry is her mother. They all remind me so much of each other and I may be kicking myself later for keeping so much personality. Demi is one of the darkest AKC parti yorkies I have personally ever seen and I think she is stunning. She has one of the best coats I've ever had, compact body, huge expressive eyes, weighs 4 1/2 pounds and has a personality to die for. Demi carries chocolate.
"Cruella" is another dream girl! She comes to us from sunny California. Cruella is just stunning! I love eerything about her from her unique markings, to her adorable personality. She is rowdy and rambunctious yet when she gets tired, she searches for a lap to cuddle in. Cruella is charting to weigh 4.5-5lbs grown.
MY beautiful mistress of the dark, "Elvira" is such a gem! She is a full sibling to Elvis Presley, so while they will never have puppies together, I couldn't be more thrilled to finally achieve my goal of producing black yorkies. She is stunning, spunky, and full of life. She has a silk coat, perfect build, weighs 4 1/2 pounds, and just look at her color! Elvira carries parti, chocolate, and sable.
Beautiful Lucy is a dream come true! She is the newest member to my crew. I recently imported her from Korea. She has the most extreme baby doll face and the best disposition. She is loving, sweet, playful, and yet as fearless as they come! Lucy will not be having puppies of her own until late 2022 or early 2023 but I am truly enjoying watching her grow in to such a beautiful girl! She is one of the babies I purchased to begin my extreme baby doll traditional line. Stay tuned for "pupdates".
Elizabeth Taylor aka "Queen" for her role as Queen Cleopatra is simply stunning. She is solid black. I had no intentions of keeping her, but my son fell head over heels in love with her and I could not let him down. Queen is rotten to the core! She is spunky, energetic, and absolutely hilarious. She carries chocolate and I look forward to getting some super dark chocolate babies from her.
Tatum is another drop dead gorgeous girl from Korea. She has a precious little babydoll face, silky hair, and that cobby body we all love. Tatum is full of spunk, character, and is all around a fun baby girl. She is definitely the trouble maker of the group. She certainly lets us know if there is a burglar or just the wind blowing.
Below are some of our beautiful past crew members.
"Heaven goes by favor. If it went by merit, you would stay out and your dog would go in."
- Mark Twain
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