Tanya & Ed Miller have a mission of raising the very best AKC Registered Yorkshire Terriers and French bulldogs for the very best people and bringing them together for mutual Love and Companionship. Raising puppies is really our second love and in all honesty our ﬁrst priority is to Christ Jesus our Lord and Savior. We are the pastors to a wonderful group of people at the Farris Assembly of God Church where we have ministered for 8 years. It was here that we were introduced to these very special little babies by our friends in the church.
About the Yorkshire Terrier
The Yorkshire Terrier(Yorkie), breed of toy dog bred in Lancashire and Yorkshire, England, from a number of other terriers, principally the Skye and the Manchester terriers. It was ﬁrst exhibited at a dog show in England in 1861, and the ﬁrst deﬁnite use of its present name was in 1870. The dog was a favorite pet of the English aristocracy in the last quarter of the 19th century; it was ﬁrst known in the United States in 1872. It has a small, ﬂat head; small, V-shaped ears; medium-size dark eyes; a compact body; and straight legs covered with tan or golden-tan hair. The Yorkshire terrier has a coat of long, glossy hair of silky texture, dark steel blue from the back of the skull to the root of the tail. The head is a golden tan and the chest is a bright tan. The Yorkshire terrier weighs up to about 3 kg (7 lb).
About the French Bulldog
The French Bulldog resembles a Bulldog in miniature, except for the large, erect “bat ears” that are the breed’s trademark feature. The head is large and square, with heavy wrinkles rolled above the extremely short nose. The body beneath the smooth, brilliant coat is compact and muscular. The bright, aﬀectionate Frenchie is a charmer. Dogs of few words, Frenchies don’t bark much—but their alertness makes them excellent watchdogs. They happily adapt to life with singles, couples, or families, and do not require a lot of outdoor exercise. They get on well with other animals and enjoy making new friends of the human variety. It is no wonder that city folk from Paris to Peoria swear by this vastly amusing and companionable breed.