Tee Tee's Wheaties - Myrtle Beach, SC
315-278-3106           Syracuse, NY
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We are expecting pups in May 2017!

1st vaccines, health guarantee, dewormed, potty trained, non-shedding, AKC registration papers, puppy food, toy & ongoing support from us! Healthy, playful, gorgeous pups!

Please visit page "Tell Us About You" to complete our short questionnaire.T
hank you for considering Tee Tee's Wheaties as your breeder of choice!

PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT USE YOUR SMART PHONE WHEN COMPLETING THE QUESTIONNAIRE, AS THE ANSWERS DO NOT COME THROUGH TO US! THANKS. If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact us via email, text or phone.

Stay a while and browse through all of our pages for lots of helpful tips, photos and info on Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, the greatest dogs in the world!

Wishing you bushels of Irish blessings!
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         Myrtle Beach, SC
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Soft-Coated Wheaten Terriers are a fantastic breed of dog!  Our goal is to make sure that you know plenty about Wheatens and that we know plenty about you so that we can be sure that you and your pup will make each other happy beyond words!  With that said, please visit all pages of this web site to gain further knowledge of Soft-Coated Wheaten Terriers.  "Tell Us About You" is a short survey which may help determine if a Wheaten is the right breed of dog for you. 

According to the official AKC breed standard from the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier Club of America, it is a medium-sized, hardy, well balanced sporting terrier, square in outline.  He is distinguished by his soft, silky, gently waving coat of warm wheaten color and his particularly steady disposition.  He should present the overall appearance of an alert and happy animal, graceful, strong and well coordinated.  An adult female Wheaten weighs approximately 30-35 pounds and adult males weigh approximately 35-40 pounds.

The Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier Club of America (SCWTCA) formed in 1962 on St. Patrick's Day.  On March 17, 1973, the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier achieved AKC recognition as their own breed - another great day for the Irish!

Although Wheatens are a single-coated dog and do little to no shedding, the hair inside the ear canal needs to be plucked out every 4-6 weeks!  Using tweezers or hemostats, pluck any hair from the ear canal.  If you let hair grow there, it quickly becomes a place for bacteria and wax to build up.  This can cause ear infections.

Baby Wheaties are born with a rusty brown coat and very dark ears and muzzle.  Although extremely adorable, they look nothing like the gorgeous animal they will mature into, with that luxurious, soft coat that can be any shade of a wheat field!
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