I am an active member of the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Club of America
(SCWTCA) and the Delaware Valley Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Club
(DVSCWTC).  In addition, I spent 10 years  on the Health Committee of SCWTCA
serving as the Liaison for the Colony Dogs at North Carolina State University School
of Veterinary Medicine.

I am bound by the Code of Ethics of the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Club of
America.  To view the Code of Ethics, please click here:

SCWTCA Code of Ethics

I am small hobby breeder of Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers located in suburban
Philadelphia.  Small hobby breeder means I do not breed often, maybe once a year and
only when I have run all of the appropriate health tests (hips, eyes, complete blood and
urine tests) and have found a stud dog that is healthy and has the qualities that will
compliment  one of my girls.

I am an active competitor in Conformation, have herding instinct certified two of my
Wheatens, attended agility and obedience classes with my dogs as well as a variety of
behavioral and Wheaten Health seminars.

I breed only to improve upon what I have in my house.  There is no money to be made in
breeding Wheatens. To breed the right way, it is a very expensive and time-consuming
hobby.  
The best way to meet local
Reputable Hobby
Breeders is to attend dog
shows in your area.  You
can find a list of upcoming
dog shows by going to the
following link.

AKC EVENT
SEARCH

Select your state and
breed - Soft Coated
Wheaten Terrier

This will give you a list of
upcoming dog shows to
attend.
Photo taken at  2002 DVSCWTC Fun Day
L to R - Libby, Casey the Bichon, Me and Reilly