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Chocolate Bark's Roseblue "Wedgie"

Chocolate Bark's Roseblue "Wedgie"

Unbeknown to us, Chocolate Bark Kennel was our destiny upon bringing "Wedgie" into our home.  


Her perfect coloring, conformation, and intelligence made her a prime breeding candidate.


Unfortunately, finding the right sire proved to be a long, and emotional journey. 


As fate would have it, we stumbled upon Sara McGoodwin Armstrong in the summer of 2018, through a series of recommendations. That's when we learned of the opportunity to purchase Bossanova (Ruger), and Chocolate Bark Kennel.


Wedgie and Ruger met the first week of July 2018, they were married a week later, and the following week they consummated their union.


On September 25, 2018, four gorgeous parti-colored puppies were born, making Wedgie a first time mommy, and creating a milestone chapter and an official new beginning for Chocolate Bark Kennel.


Wedgie has proven to be the most attentive and amazing mommy that any puppy (or owner) could ask for.


Wedgie has the temperament of a "Traditional Yorkie;" she's busy, fun, loyal, and affectionate. She weighs 6.5 pounds, and carries both "traditional" and "parti" genetics.


Wedgie is dual registered through the AKC (American Kennel Club) and the CKC (Continental Kennel Club).


For more photos of Wedgie, and her puppies, please visit our "Photo Gallery.

Our Breeding Philosophy

All of our breeding Yorkies are members of our household. They live underfoot, and sleep in our beds.


We are a small, in-home breeding project.  We have immense love and compassion for our pets.  


We assure that our females are of proper age, size and temperament before adding them to our breeding project. All male partners are smaller in weight and size.


Our ultimate goal, which takes patience and dedication, is to contribute to our family tree through guardian partners. Our Guardian Program facilitates responsible breeding by placing quality puppies in loving homes with caretakers who are devoted to helping us carry on the Chocolate Bark legacy.


In this way, we feel that we are being responsible pet owners, rather than a standard breeding facility. Our breeding partners will remain beloved pets, even when they are no longer breeding.

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Chocolate Bark's Coffi Bean

Chocolate Bark's Coffi Bean

We were blessed to acquire Coffi as a youngster. Owing her seemed to be an impossibility, but after Chocolate Bark's former owner offered her to us by way of a miracle, she became a beloved member of our family.


Coffi was originally hand-picked by the former owner/founder of Chocolate Bark Kennel as a future breeding candidate. We have no litters planned for Coffi until late 2019, when she is the appropriate age and fitness.


Coffi is the daughter of Chocolate Bark's Black Magic Woman aka "Tonka Bean" a dark traditional Yorkie, and "Dapper" a blue-eyed Merle.  Coffi carries the genetics that would pass these rare and favorable traits onto future puppies and their offspring.  


Coffi is highly intelligent and has a perfect silky, luxurious coat, which is often rare in Chocolate Yorkies.


You can view more photos of Coffi in our "Photo Gallery", and view photos of her parents in our "Family Tree."

Our Breeding Philosophy

All of our breeding Yorkies are members of our household. They live underfoot, and sleep in our beds.


We are a small, in-home breeding project. We have immense love and compassion for our pets. 


We assure that our females are of proper age, size and temperament before adding them to our breeding project. All male partners are smaller in weight and size.


Our ultimate goal, which takes patience and dedication, is to contribute to our family tree through guardian partners. Our Guardian Program facilitates responsible breeding by placing quality puppies in loving homes with caretakers who are devoted to helping us carry on the Chocolate Bark legacy.


In this way, we feel that we are being responsible pet owners, rather than a standard breeding facility. Our breeding partners will remain beloved pets, even when they are no longer breeding.