18 June 2005
"Happy 2nd Birthday!!"
Sir Winston of Churchill V
Weight: 4 pounds - 5 Ounces


HISTORY OF THE
YORKSHIRE TERRIER
The parent of all Yorkshire Terriers has been traced back to this one single dog, Huddersfield Ben, born in 1865, pictured.

One of the 1st dogs was a Waterside Terrier in the 1830's, a small, longer coated dog, usually gray in color. Although in the 1820's in Tasmania they had a Broken coated Terrier dog that was described as small, blue sheen body and tan head and legs. The Waterside Terrier was the original breed that Halifax Kennel worked with to create the Yorkshire Terrier.

Yorkies were also at one time called Scotch Terriers, suposedly because they originally came from Scotland, where they were accidentally produced using a silk coated Skye (Clydesdale) and the black and tan Terrier. Sounds more like several countries were working on this breed.

It is felt the Clydesdale and the Paisley Terriers both figure into the ultimate creation of the Yorkshire Terrier.

The Yorkshire Terrier is a long-haired toy terrier whose blue and tan coat is parted on the face and from the base of the skull to the end of the tail and hangs evenly and quite straight down each side of the body.

The Yorkie (Yorkshire Terrier) is one of the world's smallest dogs and should not exceed 7 lbs in weight. Yorkshire Terriers may be tiny but they are a big-dog in a little-dog package.

Newborn Yorkshire Terriers are born black in color with tan on the eyebrow, jaws, chest and feet. They are fully mature in two years. Yorkshire Terriers are compact in size, sweet in nature and cheerful in character.

Height: 6 - 9 inches

Weight: 3 - 7 lbs

Colors: Dark steel blue from back of head to root of their tail. Face, chest and feet are bright tan.

Coat: Glossy, fine and silky.

Temperament: Yorkshire Terriers are Intelligent, confident, affectionate, lively, brave and spirited.

With Children: Yes, does best with an only child and no roughhousing or hectic activity.

With Pets: Yes, they should be even tempered and co-exist peacefully with other breeds.


27 APRIL 2004
Just made this picture of my best friend. I also refer to him as my son. He just had his grooming and now he wants to take a nap. He is now 10 months old and weighs 3.11 pounds. I doubt if he will ever be a heavy weight at 4 pounds.
SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL

The Right Honourable Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874-1965)

Son of Lord Randolph Churchill and an American mother, was educated at Harrow and Sandhurst. After a brief but eventful career in the army, he became a Conservative Member of Parliament in 1900. He held many high posts in Liberal and Conservative governments during the first three decades of the century.




"Happy 1st Birthday Sir Winston!
18 June 2004
Woof!
His weight: 3.75 pounds
Happy 1st Birthday Sir Winston!
 
11 May 2004
His weight: 3.12 pounds
In one week Sir Winston will
be 11 months old.

Sir Winston
"Sweet as Sugar!"

2 May 2004
Above: Sir Winston on the Gulf Breeze Post Office scales.
His weight: 3.9 pounds
Contact Noah at:
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Sir Winston of Churchill V
FAMILIY DOGS
Through the years...

Noah holding his dog with Claude with their hunting Dogs - 1930s
Noah with dog (circ. 1941) sitting on 1936 Ford
China 1945
Noah with dog
Cherry Point, N.C.
1950
Noah training dog
Morehead City, N.C. 1951
Tiger 1960-1969
Oceanside, CA
Scotty 1972 - 1982
Thousand Oaks, CA
Noah and Scotty
Jocko 1975-1984
Scotty and Jocko
Christmas
Jocko chewing Granny's slipper
Bentley 1982-1992
Thousand Oaks, CA
Jocko and Bentley
Thousand Oaks, CA
Bentley
Pensacola Beach , F
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Boo Boo 1992-2003
Pensacola Beach, FL
Boo Boo
Boo Boo Christmas
Boo Boo