We have a male Yorkie that is about 5 years old, he has papers, is from champion bloodlines, and would of cost us around $1,000 but my husbands mom is the breeder so we got him for free. We were wondering how we go about doing this? We just want to do it one time.
You enter him in shows and get his champion title in confirmation.
You get him tested for ALL the genetic ailments of Yorkies. PRA, epilepsy, luxating patellas, liver shunt, etc.
You check 5 generations of bloodlines for genetic problems.
You become a member of your local Yorkie group and the YTCA.
The term "champion bloodlines" is a term used by puppy mills and backyard breeders to sell dogs to the ignorant public. It’s a meaningless term. It could mean one champion dog 5 generations back.
Champion Sired and Champion Parents are what matter, and even then, it doesn’t mean that your dog is breeding quality.
Once all this is completed, you’ll have tons of Yorkie breeders with fantastic dogs asking you to breed him.
+ Just for reference, THIS is what a Champion Bloodline looks like: http://logresfarm.com/Logres’%20Brentano.htm
And THIS is what a Champion Bloodline for a Yorkie should resemble: http://www.angelfire.com/ca3/shotru/page.17.html