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I have Two male pups ready now out of Easy and Dyna both good workers. pups are 8 weeks old Both mousey black one is very small with Prick ears ..

I got my first Patterdale named Bo in 1984.

A very good but ugly chocolate broken coat male.

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GREAT WORKING DOGS COME FROM GREAT WORKING DOGS. There are no finer working Patterdale Terriers for sale anywhere in the world. I have been breeding working Patterdales since 1984. An old friend of mine told me many years ago once you put some good dogs out there people will find you. I don't breed a lot, but over 33 years I have produced some very good dogs. We breed only select adults with significant working accomplishments. Parents that have proven themselves on the field minimize your chances for failure when you have decided on a working Patterdale. Our adults used for breeding have been put to the test. Constant training, evaluation and 30+ years of experience with our elite working partners have proven to be a successful recipe for producing workers again and again. Every once in a while we get show champions but that is not our goal.

.I do not have pups very often, if I don't have any I will try and help you locate what you are looking for. I will only recommend people that I trust.

Email Todd at or call (681) 888-1720

I train my litters with the US Military's Bio-sensor super dog program.

Five benefits have been observed in canines that were exposed to the Bio Sensor stimulation exercises. The benefits noted were:

Improved cardio vascular performance (heart rate)

Stronger heart beats

Stronger adrenal glands

More tolerance to stress

Greater resistance to disease

In tests of learning, stimulated pups were found to be more active and were more exploratory than their non- stimulated littermates over which they were dominant in competitive situations. Secondary effects were also noted regarding test performance. In simple problem solving tests using detours in a maze, the non-stimulated pups became extremely aroused, whined a great deal, and made many errors. Their stimulated littermates were less disturbed or upset by test conditions and when comparisons were made, the stimulated littermates were more calm in the test environment, made fewer errors and gave only an occasional distress sound when stressed.


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