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Monday 1 October 2007 7.30pm
Hi everyone,
I need help, I am looking to buy a yorkshire terrier but I do not know where to go and in Elephant & Castle are too expenceive(400!). Does anyone of you know where I could go or who to contact. Thank you Manuela
Monday 1 October 2007 7.50pm
I've always found them to be horrid, ill tempered little things. As a proud Yorkshireman I wish that the breed could be renamed ;-)
Monday 1 October 2007 8.23pm
http://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/ will point you in the right direction.

Or have you considered taking on a dog from one of the animal shelters?
Tuesday 2 October 2007 9.58am
Go to a scratty terrier show in Wales and pick one up for about 40. It will deal with your fox problem too.
Tuesday 2 October 2007 11.09am
smoggy wrote:
I've always found them to be horrid, ill tempered little things. As a proud Yorkshireman I wish that the breed could be renamed ;-)

Then they're perfectly named, aren't they
Tuesday 2 October 2007 2.42pm
Have you tried Battersea Dogs Home? http://www.dogshome.org/ Also, the Celia Hammond home had a large number of Yorkies earlier in the year, don't know if this is still the case: http://www.celiahammond.org/
Tuesday 2 October 2007 7.13pm
zcars wrote:
smoggy wrote:
I've always found them to be horrid, ill tempered little things. As a proud Yorkshireman I wish that the breed could be renamed ;-)

Then they're perfectly named, aren't they

I shall treat that remark with the contempt that it deserves! ;-)

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