Key Benefits:

The Australian Silky Terrier and Yorkshire Terrier dos not shed hair all over the furniture and with minimum coat care, he will not emit a doggy odor.


The Silky is more Suitable to the Australian climate and is much easier to handle generally.




    Our Mission:

I am a Hobby Breeder!
I breed mainly for show and silky 'lovers"
Who wants a loving, playful,
mischievous healthy companion for the perfect home.
Established in the ''1960'' earning a very good reputation with this. Please
purchase your puppy from
a well known and registered Breeder which is a member
of the
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Puppies are all VET checked, wormed,
micro shipped &vaccinated.
This is the best place to select your
registered puppy, guarantied healthy.

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& Yorkshire Terriers


 Good news

 A milestone has arrived and we wish to dedicate this show: 22-09-2012 to the Foundation Members,
who have so generously given of ther time and continual support in association with the Club since its inception.
At this time we hornour:
Helma & Helmut Dressler
Lorna and Bevan Hinch
Christine Magson
Daphne Muhling
Fay McDougal  
Ann, Graham & Myles Rohde.
Without these stalwarts of the Breed, there would be no Australian Silky Terrier Club of Queensland and for that we thank them.

Show resulds
25 Anniversary
show from 22-09-2012

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The Australian Silky Terrier & Yorkshire Terrier

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Ausilk Silky Terrier (Breeding)

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"AUSILK" Breeder of quality Australian Silky Terriers, established in the 1960"s secont generation, earning a very good reputation with this. This is the best place to select your Canine Control Council registered puppy, guarantied healthy. They are all Vet checked, wormed & vaccinated. I am a foundation member of the Australian Silky Terrier Club of Queensland. I breed mainly for show & silky lovers". Who wants a loving, playful, mischievous healthy Companion for the perfect home.
"AUSILK" Kennels Home of Fine Australian Silky Terriers, breeding top winners consistently:
Multi BEST in Show winners. Grand Champion ..Champion international & Australian ..
I Owned , Bred & handled by Helma. Evelyn & Helmut DRESSLER.

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It is Common sense. The foundation of a good relationship with a dog is the making of a few sensible decisions. The first and perhaps most important decision is to carefully select a breed of dog that is most likely to fit into the family temperament and lifestyle. There are many breeds to choose from, there are breeds that can cope with hot, muggy temperatures like the Australian Silky Terrier, he meets the special need for a compact pet and home companion for apartment and urban dwellers. Silkys have always been a popular house pet, and can put up with children. Silkys are hardy, non-shedding, odorless and also are a great little watch dog. But he has the right to be a full member of your family. He thrives on social interaction, praise and love. He needs the right to regular exercise. He has the right to quality health care, and a good diet. He depends on you. Once the breed is selected, the buyer should look for a breeder who is a registered member of a Dog club and produces puppies that fit the breed’s physical description. This is a good place to select your C.C.C.(Q) dogs, registered pedigree Puppy, They are all vet checked, wormed vaccinated and micro chipped .

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This Pet Owners’ Test is designed to help you nurture your relationship with your dog and discover useful Pet Tips.
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1. How often do you take at least a few minutes to give your pet a good old pat and scratch behind the ear?
 a. At
least once a day b. Every couple of days c. Once a month or less d. Never

PET TIP Giving your pet a few cuddles and pats ever/day is important and has many benefits. Not only does it help you bond with your pet and make him/her feel loved and secure, but it is also a way of making you feel more relaxed. Interestingly, it has been proven that giving your pet a pat instantly lowers your blood pressure. People who own a pet are also less likely to suffer from heart conditions have lower cholesterol and typically visit the doctor less often.

2. Have you ever
made friends with another person because of your pet? PET T1P Owning a pet is a great way to make new friends and can help reduce the feeling of loneliness. Next time you are out and about with your pet, introduce yourself and your pet to someone new— your pet may even make a new friend or two!

3. When you need a shoulder to
cry on, whom do you turn to first? a. Your pet b. Your partner c. A friend d. Other PET TIP Your pet can provide you with unconditional love and can be a great friend in the time of a crisis. Research confirms that pet owners recover more quickly from surgery and illness and deal better with stressful situations compared with non-pet owners.



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We woluld like to advise you that if you want to get quick and fast information to please contact the breeder
directly by phone! OR alternatively provide the breeder with your contact phone number they/we will be
very happy to give you a call when it is convienient for you!

 Local in Australia: 07 55 460260
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