This page will be dedicated to all of our Beautiful Retired Fur-Babies.

Since we owe it to them, for making Yorkie-Treasures what it is for us today.



*ABBY -  Purebred Shih-Tzu  -  8.5 lbs  - 
Mommy to our Ginger, and Grandma to Sassy
Abby is a truly devoted Momma's girl, remained with us as our beloved pet. She was a very happy go lucky lady, and a real cuddle bug. She loved to meet everyone, and enjoyed our walks. Abby truly enjoyed being a Mama, and then a fantastic Grandma, to all of our puppies. She was the matriarch of the house, and did a great job of keeping everyone in line for us. She passed away in 2019, and will be very sadly missed by all of our family.

*TUCKER  - Purebred Yorkshire Terrier  -  4.5 lbs  -
My very first Yorkie, Daddy to our late Niko, and Grandpa to so many adorable puppies.
Tucker came to us as a 2 yr old adult, to be used as our main stud. He originally came from the United States, and became the best stud we would ever know. I'd say "do your job" and he'd get right to it. He went on producing into retirement in 2015, at nearly 10 yrs old. Although he still acted like a 6 month old puppy his entire life, he had an old soul. He was always super outgoing, and truly believed he was 10 feet tall. Tucker remained with us after retirement, right up until he passed in 2020. Our hearts will never mend.

Purebred Yorkshire Terrier  - 5 lbs -
Momma to our late Niko.
Sarah was purchased from another breeder, as a 15 month old. She was very shy, and apparently never properly socialized. However she became a social bunny in no time, and a wonderful Momma too. She was forced into early retirement, due to a difficult birthing experience. We found Sarah a great new home, with a distant family member shortly after. Sarah will always have a special place in our hearts, and we will miss her dearly. She was hit by a car only a year later. RIP beautiful little baby girl.

- Purebred Yorkshire Terrier  - 6.5 lbs -
Little-Man was by far the sweetest, and had the most gentle nature. Super loving, and quite the comical boy at times too. He loved making us laugh, and brought so much joy into our home. Sadly, his larger size prevented us from using his services for our tiny girls. So we opted to retire him early. He now lives with a wonderful family on the mainland. We miss him dearly, but know that his new family must be loving him as much as we did. We lost touch with his new family the year after he left ours.

*Lilly  - Purebred Yorkshire Terrier  - 4 lbs  -
My first Yorkie baby ever, and appropriately nick named... silly Lilly. She loved to smile on command, and when ever she felt like making us laugh. Lilly had only one puppy for us to start, and was retired after her first real litter. Sadly, due to an inexperienced emergency Vet performing the c-section delivery, Lilly's organs had dried & fused together. We found this out during her spay, only 6 months later. Lilly died due to these complications, at just 4 yrs old. Her death was incredibly heartbreaking for us. Her death had us questioning our future with breeding, and wondered if we had the heart to continue? We feel Lilly would have wanted us to continue, since she adored the babies. RIP our little sweetheart. Momma will never forget the joy you brought us, or the love you showed. Our memories of you, will be forever treasured.         
*SHYLAH  -   Pure Maltese  -   8.5 lbs
Shylah came to us as a tiny, fluffy 8 week old puppy. She grew to nearly twice the size she should have, and outgrew all of her siblings. We were ok with that, since her babies all remained tiny. She was always such a happy, fun loving girl. Shylah had 3 litters for us, before retiring. As much as she loved to play with the puppies once older, she really didn't seem to enjoy Motherhood. She did a great job of raising them, but we could see that her heart wasn't in it. She now lives with a fantastic family in Vancouver, and is loving life with with her human kids. They take her everywhere with them, and we still get regular updates 5 yrs later. She's still just as silly, and fun loving as always. We really do miss her antics around here.   

*MOLLY  Purebred Brazilian Yorkshire Terrier  -  6 lbs -
Molly came to us, from a family who had imported her into Canada from Brazil.
She has the most stunning coat ever, and a teddy bear bear face to die for. She had two litters for us, and each were by c-section. We decided to retire her early, since natural birthing was proving to be too difficult for her. She was a fantastic Momma, and we kept her largest baby girl Missy. We are proud to say Missy has gone on to create the looks, and personality her Momma had. Molly was the most playful, outgoing dog we've ever owned. This little girl is all about having fun. Molly moved on to live with a wonderful new family. We've not heard much about her in the last year, but latest news... she was doing really well, and loving her new life. We really miss her snuggling with us at bedtime. 
*Bibi -  Pomeranian Yorkshire Terrier cross - 8 lbs
Bibi came to us as a 8 montth old very pregnant rescue. Her family unknowingly moved to a home that didn't allow pets. They tried their best to keep her hidden, but an eviction notice forced them to let her go. They reached out to me, and I gladly opened our doors up to her. It was a great chance I took, and I couldn't be happier. She is a sweet, and spunky girl, that is so incredibly loyal. Due to her young age at the time though, she required a c-section to deliver her puppies, and was spayed at the same time. Bibi is still with us, and will remain my faithful little girl for as long as she'd like.  

*LOLA  -  Purebred Chihuahua  - 4 lbs -
This is the photo that stole my heart. I purchased Lola as a young adult, from a lovely show breeder in Alberta. Lola was meant to be a show girl, but due to her being deaf... she was incapable of learning the routines.  Shortly after she arrived, we discovered she was mute as well. A Chihuahua that couldn't bark was a dream come true. She was super playful, silly, and oh so snuggly. She couldn't get enough belly rubs. Only a few short years later, she went to be my eldest Daughters best friend and snuggle buddy. My Daughter treated her like the princess she was, and Lola became so devoted to her. Sadly, Lola passed suddenly a few years ago at 12 yrs, and broke all of our hearts. She is very much missed by our family.