Our Boys

Below are some of the boys you might find in a Tessier pedigree, with a few lines about their accomplishments.


This is Junior World, GCh. Ch. Carywn Tessier By Innovation,by Ch. Carwyn By Special Request out of Ch. Carwyn Sharin Secrets.

Karen, who is our partner with Wyntuk (formally Carwyn) says that Rocket was born glowing. He finished quickly, and when we took him to the World Show in Poland, he took Junior World Champion easily. Then he strutted his way to Reserve Best In Show Junior.

Rocket is the proud papa of Ch. Tagalong Tessier By Special Engagement, WB at the 2010 Nationals.

Ch. Tessier Wyntuk Stylin By; Ch. Carwyn Blackrange By Proxy out of Carwyn Tater Bug

Cruiser loves to show, and it shows. His moment in the spotlight was at the 2009 Nationals, taking RWD. He has sired his first champion and has two more with majors.

This is Austin, Ch. Lonestar Tessier Austin.

Austin’s star moment occured early in his career, when he took Best In Sweepstakes at the 2005 Nationals at 7 months. Austin lives with Karen in Oregon, where he works hard every day at keeping her smiling.  Austin is the proud papa of 9 Champions.

Ch. Carwyn By Special Request; Ch. Carwyn By Invitation Only out of Ch. Carwyn Captivating Carrie.

Ch. Carwyn By Special Request is a multiple group placing boy and sire of 9 champions, including Rocket above.  Quest lives with Karen but also spent 2 marvelous years with me. Quest is a “watcher” — he likes to see what is going on before acting.

7 Responses to “Our Boys”

  1. Carol Austin says:

    Hi, Do you still have Miss Lucy available? I am still trying to locate a female silky. For companionship only. I think I have been in contact with you previously. Would you please e-mail me. Thanks, Carol Austin

  2. Terri VanDale says:

    Hi There
    We are located in Michigan and recently lost our 13 year old female Silky. It has been a difficult loss as she was like our child as most are. We are looking into breeders in our area and have been getting confused – it has been so many years since our last purchase of a puppy! What is the best age for a silky puppy to leave their mom? We automatically planned on anthother female, but have a breeder trying to talk us into a male – she says their more loving and affectionate, etc. We don’t show or breed. Just loved everything about our dog and feel this breed is great for our family pet.

    Thanks- Terri

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  4. Jean Wolszczenski says:

    We lost the love of our lives, Mr. Rexy an Australian Silky October 6, 2012. He had been with us for ten years from the time he was 8 weeks old. We have searched every online site for a new baby and a huge amount of pet facilities to no avail. We are looking for a new baby or even a pair just to love. We do not breed. Our children and grand children are ages seven and up, we have a large 10 acre yard for them to stroll around in and chase whatever interests them, plus we travel in our motor coach.
    I just found your website and am wondering if you breed to sell any of your babies? if you do, do you have any that may be ready anytime soon for adoption.
    We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for taking time to read our email…..Jean

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