The Wheaten Wonder

We drove from Salt Lake City, Utah to Nebraska August, 2013 to purchase our wheaten girl, Sidney. She is now seven months old, and the perfect mischievous addition to our home! She stops to happily greet anyone and everyone as a long-lost friend. During the day she will cozily lay on our feet, and is more than happy to share her toys (despite what we are currently doing). She learns new tricks after only being shown a few times and was house-broken quickly. We thoroughly researched Wheaten breeders before purchasing her, and that has definitely paid off. She has had no health complications, is a VERY excited and happy dog, and absolutely loves to be a part of everything we're doing. Thanks, Barb!

- Trent Grable

What Our Clients are Saying!

We adopted a SCWT nearly 5 years ago. We researched for a breed that didn't shed and had a long life expectancy. Then we searched for a kennel with a great history and reputation. We hit a 'grand...

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We drove from Minnesota to Nebraska and picked up Shea (was DeeDee). She traveled back 6 hours in the car with us and was pleasant and easy going from the start. Potty trained so quickly, very little...

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I learned of Heartland Classics from online searches for Cotons. I went to visit to pick out a puppy and was very impressed by her establishment. She had a boy and a girl available from 2 different...

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My husband and I were hesitant about searching for a dog online based on the fact that you can't meet the dog in person but after emailing back and forth with Barb and reading all of the wonderful...

Mandy Maras | Read More


We got our soft coated wheaten terrier from Barb and her crew at the end of January, he is such a good little boy. He is obviously in that puppy phase where he likes to play fight and chew on you and...

Julie Young | Read More


We have had our two Wheaten puppies for 4 months now. They are a handful but I would change a thing! A couple weeks ago they got to meet their "cousin" who is 3 months older and an American coat...

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