Welcome to Lady Megan's Puppy Adoption Page

This page lists the current puppies for adoption. If your interested please download the Adoption Forms by clicking here to download the Adobe Acrobat version. Follow the directions in the form and then email me the form back.

Here are some FAQ's about me:
How long have you been breeding Yorkies? 4 years
Average number of Yorkies litters per year: 2 -7
Do you sell puppies or breeding stock to puppy mills, puppy wholesalers, or retailers? Never!
Do you sell Pet Quality puppies with limited registration papers (not for breeding), or require a Spay Neuter Contract? Yes.
Do you offer a health certificate or veterinary approval? 1 week time limit for Buyer's Veterinarian Approval.
Do you provide a written health guarantee for all puppies/dogs and if so, what is covered?
Yes. I stand behind what I sell.
Does Bill of Sale identify puppy with litter number and registered name of Sire and Dam? Yes
Do you have stipulations on your Bill of Sale as to the quality of the puppy sold, i.e., Show Prospect, Pet Quality only, or Show Quality? Yes
At what age do you allow your puppies to leave your premises? 10 to 12 weeks.

How many vaccinations will the puppy have before it leaves your premises? Shots are given at 7, 10, 13 and 16 weeks of age.
Do you ship puppies and if so, under what circumstances? No. Buyers must pick up puppy in person or arrange for me to deliver the puppy.
Are the parents of your puppies within the size range of the stipulated Yorkshire Terrier Standard? Yes and No. Dam is 12 pounds and Sire is 9 pounds

Are you a licensed and inspected kennel? No. I do not have a kennel. They eat, sleep & live in the house with us.
Do you assist in finding a new home for puppies sold if they should become unwanted for any reason? Yes, that is a priority.
What is the average age at which males and females are retired from your breeding program? Females 5 to 7 years of age. Males 10 years.

What do you do with your dogs after they are retired from your breeding program? Spay/Neuter They then stay with me for the rest of their lives.

What shots have they had now? The rest of the puppies in my care have just had their second set of shots and need the last set Oct 4th.

Here are the pictures and some information on the puppies ready to go.

 Click on a picture for a larger version.



Teddy Bear

9.6lbs as of 9/13/03

Teddy is the largest, one of the smartest of the bunch and extremely cuddly. He has a personality all his own. Very smart he knows how to play the cute card and is not afraid to use it. He requires a lot of attention and will need to go to obedience school.  Teddy likes to run and can keep up with a steady jog without issue. He should be great as a only dog, but with proper introduction should be ok with other animals. If there are other animals in the home he will try to dominate the other animals in the house. Children under the age of 11 also may be a small issue until he has gone though his training. Best if he goes to a family with either no children or children 11 and up. Teddy loves to get his belly scratched and will lay on your lap for as long as you stay still. He is a howler and barker so be forewarned. He doesn't like to be left alone, something I will be trying to get him used to soon. He has tons of energy and requires a lot of exercise (and that's not only for his weight.)


Has Been ADOPTED!!!!

Roxy is her new name. Momo's new parents have taken her off to her new home. We look forward to picture and updates from them. 

Lady Victoria "Tory"

Has Been Adopted!

The puppy formerly known as Juliet is now Lady Victoria or "Tory" for short. Tory has gone off to her new home with her new mom.


Tory has a new Web Page here! We're looking forward to new pictures!


"Peach" in Japanese

Has Been ADOPTED!!!!

Momo is her new name. It means Peach in Japanese as her mother explains below. Momo's new parents have taken her off to her new home to live with her new brother Toshi who is a 2 year old Yorkie-Poo (half Yorkie/ half Poodle).

Her new mother said:

"Thanks again for letting us adopt one of your babies. I just wanted to let you know that we decided on a name. Her name is Momo. Momo means "peach" in Japanese. I think it suits her sweet and fuzzy personality!
Toshi is not quite used to her, but he's not being mean or anything, just indifferent towards her. I plan to keep them together as much as possible so that he starts to become more comfortable with her in our house. As for her, she seems to be doing good. She's wagging her tail and kissing us, but not really moving around as much as she was at your house. She's trying to figure out where the heck she is! She sniffed around our backyard and is now playing with the toys we just bought her at PetSmart. She needs to have skin contact at all times, so I think she misses you. But don't worry, we'll do everything we can to make sure she is a happy dog."

Momo has a new Web Page here with new pictures!

Two Proud New Parents!


 Has Been ADOPTED!!!!

Rowlfy, is his name! His New Mom and Dad has taken Rowlfy to his new home. We look forward to seeing pictures of him as he grows!

From his new Mom:

"Well first off I just want to let you know that we named Male 1, Rowlfy! We already love him to death, he is the cutest thing in the world. He did great last night too, he loves his little bed we got for him and he slept through the whole night without a peep and was very excited to see and play with us this morning. "

Rowlfy has a new Web Page here with new pictures!