Welcome to Anloch's Reg'd Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers
In 1991 I purchased my first soft-coated wheaten terrier named Neila. She was delightful. By the time Neila was 10 months old she became one of the first certified therapy dogs in Toronto, Ontario. Soon after my second puppy named Kayla came along. Needless to say I was hooked on wheatens. Once I moved to the Grey-Bruce area I bred and showed wheatens under the kennel name Shorestone Reg’d Wheaten Terriers. I still take my wheatens to several nursing and retirement homes for pet therapy on a regular basis. My wheatens are always s a welcomed visitors. Owning and breeding wheatens encouraged me to start my own grooming business here in Owen Sound. For over 20 years I have owned and operated “About A Dog” pet grooming shop.
After taking a break from breeding wheatens I was given the opportunity to take over some of Springmoor’s exceptional wheatens. Thus Anloch’s Reg’d Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers took hold.
I only breed on a small scale and pay close attention to pedigree and health testing. All of my dogs must be from DNA PLN clear lines to be part of my breeding program. I provide a 2-year health guarantee for any congenital health problems. Breeding for good health and a loving, carefree, happy temperament is my highest priority.
Wheaten terriers are a fun-loving affectionate breed. They are intelligent and with consistency and persistence very trainable. They can perform well in agility, flyball and obedience competitions.
Because of their friendly nature and the fact that they are non-shedding wheatens are a great companion dog and lend themselves to be good therapy dogs.
Wheaten terriers love to be active and are great partners for hiking, running or even just a quiet walk. Most wheatens love car rides and travel well.
They are a sturdy, medium size dog that has the added bonus of being non-shedding.
Owning a non-shedding breed also means that some time has to be spend grooming your dog. Regular visits to a professional groomer are also part of wheaten ownership.
Because of their non-shedding nature, wheatens are considered hypoallergenic.
People who are allergic to dogs may on very rare occasions have a reaction to wheatens.
Anloch Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club and are sold under a non breeding agreement. All our puppies are veterinarian checked and vaccinated.
If you are interested in an Anloch Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier and feel that a wheaten might be the right breed for you, fell free to contact me for more information.
My girl Brooke is expecting a litter of puppies early April, (they may even be born on April fools day, hahaha)
If you are interested in one of these puppies, please contact me.
To find out more about upcoming litters and testimonials, click on "read more"