Amblegreen’s  Terrier Puppies

We plan a Norwich litter yearly but have a number of people already waiting. With small litter sizes there is no way to know if we might have something! Our wait list is long and I’m estimating a few years before the folks on it are looked after… Contact us for more information.  With our Westie we will also be having a litter most likely yearly … please contact for availablity. 

Precious babes – litter born in November 2015 – two little girls! Piper & Bear

Things To Know About our Terriers

Since all our terriers share our home, we are committed to enjoying only a couple of litters in any given year. With this commitment, we are very careful about who we breed, and when. We generally breed only when we are looking for a possible dog or bitch to contribute to our own breeding program.
Our puppies represent the future success of Amblegreen. We spend a lot of time researching pedigrees and evaluating individual terriers in order to achieve the best possible success in our breeding program.
Because we believe so strongly in health testing we choose to use stud dogs who have also had similar testing done. As well we require girls who come in for breeding to also have testing completed…
We are proud of the quality, temperaments, and health of our puppies, and are dedicated to producing the best terrier possible.
We whelp and raise the puppies in our home exposing them to all aspects of daily family life.
By the time they are ready to make the transfer from our home to yours they have been handled by many adults and children and are used to the day to day noises of life.
Housebreaking skills and crate training commence at about 6-weeks of age.
No matter who you decide to get your Norwich puppy or Westie from it is important that your breeder is testing for possible problems in their breeding dogs. They should be testing for possible hip/knee and eye problems as a minimum, and should be certifying these tests with the appropriate organization. Please check out our links page as it has the health organizations listed and it is very easy to verify.
Being a breed of small numbers (Norwich) means you should expect to wait a while for a puppy. Generally in Canada there are approximately 60 pups born in any one year!

Our Puppies

We feel that being handled, and exposed to so many things makes Amblegreen’s Puppies well rounded terriers that are able to cope with most situations. As proud “grand-parents” we encourage you to keep in touch, and we remain available to answer questions or provide assistance. We are also happy and proud to provide references from previous puppy buyers.

Our puppies come with a health guarantee and all their CKC paperwork. They will also have received their vaccines and worming appropriate for their age, and are micro-chipped.