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I have a litter of Fourché Terrier puppies for sale.
They were born on 8-31-10. I am taking deposits now.
They are great little puppies.
The parents are Margie (Yorkie) and Colin (Westie).

Telephone: 901-870-7588

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The Fourché Terrier four·ché – pronounced: [foor-shey]
From the West Highland White Terrier and the Yorkshire Terrier. Not a purebred dog. It is a designer breed.
Misspellings Fouché Terrier
Appearance If coat of the Fourché Terrier is left unclipped they look like a small sheepdog.
Life Expectancy 15 years of age or more.
Size Weight can be up to 26 pounds with an overall height of 11 inches at the whithers and a length of 15 inches from collar to base of tail.
Personality/Temperament is that of both breeds. See our Yorkie and Westie pages. Extremely intelligent, affectionate, playful, loyal dog that can be stubborn at times.
Family Dog Very protective dog and is good with children and adults.
Companionship A wonderful companion dog.
Color The coat can be Wheaten (a taupe-tan), black and tan, black and rust. black brindle, or various shades of brown. It is common to have white patches on the toes, white chest and beard.
Coat A thick coat.
Shedding Considered a low to no shed dog.
Grooming The coat should be brushed frequently to keep it from matting.
Barking Not known to be a barker.
Weather Tolerates warm weather nicely, dislikes extreme heat; does well in mild winters. Likes to play in the snow! Glad to be back indoors, though.
Feeding Has a hearty appetite.
Exercise Enjoys a brisk walk, playing in a fenced yard or playing fetch.
Skin Health May be susceptible to Pruritus, a skin condition (Westie gene factor) that causes them to itch. It may be a seasonal issue or need Veterinarian care.
Know Your Breeder Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. Unscrupulous breeders will breed multi-generation crosses.
Word Definition forked or divided into two at the extremity or in extremities: a lion's tail –fourché; a cross –fourché. Also, four·chée; Origin: 1350–1400; see fork – Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2010.


"Miss Blanche-Kaylee DuBois", upper left, is a Fourché Terrier. Her parents are (Yorkie) Tinker and (Westie) Chance. She is the loving companion of this Webmaster. She was found at Memphis Yorkies and became a precious member of our family. We're not sure why she popped out so White, but she is a very special little girl.
Tucker [upper right] is a Fourché from (Yorkie) Margie and (Westie) Chance; he is part of the Marti Miller of Midsouth Investigation Family.
The other photos are on various internet websites.


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