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Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Puppies for Oregon Homes TODAY!


PHONE: (971) 257-4848 |  EMAIL: OregonWheatens@gmail.com

These cute-as-a-button, four-week-old Wheaten puppies are ready to interact with you! Don’t forget to schedule your FaceTime or WhatsApp puppy chat today.

If you and your family are based in Oregon, and are looking for a healthy and lively Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppy to buy for your home, look no further!

Without a doubt, Fun Wheatens specializes in placing our puppies into interested Oregon homes. In addition, we are highly experienced with all things related to Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, and so we can prepare you for becoming a Wheaten puppy parent when you’re ready.


Why exactly has Oregon become a go-to destination for our Wheaten Puppies? Is there anything in particular about Oregon that makes it a great home for Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers?

Here we cover all the ins and outs of living with a Wheaten puppy in Oregon… and moreover, how to bring one into your family when the time is right for you.


  • Is Oregon a good state for Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers?
  • Finding a Wheaten puppy for sale in Oregon
  • Why Fun Wheatens stands out for high-quality Wheaten puppies you can buy today
  • Best Vets in Oregon for Wheatens
  • Fun Activities With Your Wheaten in Oregon
  • What to know about bringing a baby Wheaten into your home
  • Bringing one of our Fun Wheatens home to you in Oregon (shipping, puppy boot camp, etc.)
  • The Most Important Facts to Know About Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers Before Owning One (Or Before One Owns You!)

Is Oregon a good state for Wheatens?

Without reservation, the answer is yes!

As a state, Oregon offers a rich array of benefits to owning a Wheaten that aren’t found too often elsewhere.

To begin, according to a recent survey, Oregon ranks as the most pet-friendly state in the entire United States!

The Beaver State boasts plenty of pet-friendly shopping, restaurants, and hotels. Plus, with an abundance of dog parks and high walk scores, Oregon’s pet population enjoys a higher standard of living, escalating the state up in the rankings.

For Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, Oregon is a particularly exciting place to roam and play. The state’s warm Mediterranean climate suits Wheatens’ silky, gently waving coats perfectly.

Oregon also offers a tight-knit community of fellow Wheaten families and owners, in addition to a range of Wheaten-specific clubs and activities (which you can read about down below.)

In sum, Oregon has been where we’ve placed so many Wheatens over the years, and for good reason. It’s a very Wheaten-friendly state, with so much available to help you love your Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier all the more.

Finding a Wheaten puppy for sale in Oregon


Unfortunately, this is where some difficulty kicks in.

It goes without saying that, as a breed, Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers are not as popular as, say, Golden Retrievers. As such, their relatively low popularity translates into generally low availability of puppies throughout the country, including within Oregon.

What is more, many Wheaten breeders require interested families to join lengthy waiting lists in order to eventually secure a puppy.

As a future Wheaten puppy owner, you owe it to yourself to only engage with Wheaten breeders that prioritize health and temperament in their puppies. Although this is a valiant and much-needed step, it can result in you waiting for some time to bring a Wheaten into your home.

However, many owners of Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers in Oregon have turned to Fun Wheatens for their furry loved one. Best of all, their wait time for a happy, healthy puppy from us was practically nil.

Why Fun Wheatens stands out for high-quality Wheaten puppies you can buy today

Fun Wheatens produces between 6 and 7 litters of microchipped, 100% vet-checked, and happy-as-can-be puppies available for purchase! There’s a good chance we’ll have pups when you call us.

Pete, the founder of Fun Wheatens, has dedicated his life to the breed. As such, he has helped Fun Wheatens become known for providing a steady supply of bouncy and lovely Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies for sale, including to interested owners based in Oregon.

purebred soft coated wheaten terrier puppy available to buy in Oregon

Another look at one of our Wheaten youngsters: happy, healthy, and ready for a good home!

Fun Wheatens utilizes selective breeding practices that lead to Wheaten puppies destined to be lovable, loyal and long-lived pets.

All Fun Wheatens puppies come with a comprehensive Vet Report, including all vaccination and worming records, as well as with a health guarantee.

The best way to start the process of buying a Wheaten puppy? Do a FaceTime or WhatsApp meet-and-greet with our latest litter! Our bundles of joy are ready to interact with you over the phone when you are!

To schedule a Wheaten puppy FaceTime, please get in touch! PHONE: (971) 257-4848 |  EMAIL: OregonWheatens@gmail.com.

Best Vets in Oregon for Wheatens

Owning a Wheaten puppy in Oregon means having a reliable vet on-hand whom you can trust!

There are two veterinarians that stand out for Wheaten owners in Oregon state. If these vets are not near enough to you for regular visits, please do your homework on vets local to your area and inquire about their specific experience in taking care of Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers.

Tualatin, Oregon: Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin

Ashland, Oregon: Bear Creek Animal Clinic

Fun Activities With Your Wheaten in Oregon

First and foremost, Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers are loving family dogs. Be that as it may, Wheatens are energetic and fun-loving dogs that enjoy getting out to have some fun.

Luckily, Oregon is chock-full of Wheaten-specific activities that are sure to get your blood pumping as well.

For starters, you can join the online group Wheaten Terriers of Oregon, which links Wheaten parents across the state through an ongoing Facebook chat.

Here are several other exciting activities that Wheaten owners in Oregon enjoy exploring:

Agility: This extremely popular canine sport, in which dogs and owners race through a timed obstacle course, can’t be beat for Wheatens with an extra bit of energy.

Getting involved in agility in Oregon is fairly easy to do, thanks to several clubs in the state. Some of the best of them include Infinity Dog Sports in Creswell and Bright Agility Academy in Sherwood and Hopewell.

Dock Diving: One of the fastest-growing dog sports in America, many Wheatens have enjoyed plunging into this exciting contest.

At PAWS Aquatics Water Sports and Rehab in Hillsboro, Oregon, Wheaten owners can enjoy half-hour swims at an affordable rate.

Herding: Did you know Wheatens can herd?  As a dog of the lower classes, the Wheaten Terrier is actually an all-round farm dog.

They can do anything and everything a farmer may need – including moving livestock!

If you own a Wheaten in Oregon, head to Palm Cottage Farm in Cottage Grove for epic herding adventures.

Barn Hunt: If your Wheaten loves to chase squirrels and dig for moles, like most do, then they would love this activity!

Barn hunt involves dogs and their handlers working as a team to locate and mark rats (which are always safely held in aerated tubes) hidden in a maze of straw or hay bales.

River Rat Barn Hunt in St. Helens and Springhill Stables in Albany offer high-octane barn hunt experiences.

What to know about bringing a baby Wheaten into your home

Fun Wheatens specializes in bringing bundles of Wheaten love – like this one! – to homes in Oregon state.

The process of bringing home a Fun Wheaten puppy starts with a lot of fun over the phone!

Please get in touch today to schedule a live FaceTime or WhatsApp session with our current litter of puppies. You can reach us at PHONE: (971) 257-4848 or EMAIL: OregonWheatens@gmail.com.

Following this, you will need to provide a $300 deposit, which holds your pup.

To clarify, this deposit reserves your puppy while we schedule a complete health check with the vet.

What is more, we will arrange transportation/shipping for your new pup to you, including if you live in Oregon.

Please note that we only accept deposits on current puppies. We do not accept deposits on unborn litters.

But what if you want additional support with raising your puppy? For example, you may need help with housebreaking, crate training, and basic obedience commands.

Once again, Fun Wheatens has you covered. More specifically, we offer a *FREE* Intro to Crate Training program included with the cost of your puppy.

In addition, please contact us about our Puppy Boot Camp! In this extremely fun and interactive offering, we guide you step by step through all the essentials of raising a well-rounded Wheaten.

Learn more about all of this on our Services & FAQs page.

The Most Important Facts to Know About Wheatens Before Owning One (Or Before One Owns You!)

fun-loving Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, showing their lively personalities, while outside playing in the cold

Snowfall or sunshine… Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers are always ready for lively fun — and to make sure you have fun too!

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies have undoubtedly seen an uptick in popularity. Be that as it may, there are still some critical details that many new Wheaten owners miss. Here are a few of the most important facts for you to know.

And quickly — if you ever have any questions about Wheaten puppies, or the breed in general, don’t hesitate to contact us!

#1: Once Upon a Time, Wheaten Terriers Were The “Poor Man’s Dog.” In Irish history, it used to be that only the gentry – those who owned land – could own a spaniel or hound (Beagles, Greyhounds, Irish Wolfhounds, etc.). For those who didn’t own land, only terriers like the Wheaten could be owned.

Because of this, Wheatens were once known as the “poor man’s Wolfhound” for many years. However, it’s surprising because of how well-known they are today.

#2: Wheaten Puppies Have Dark Coats. To be sure, Wheaten puppies are born in a variety of shades of brown. Most often, they are dark brown.

Gradually, their coats lighten to a shade of wheat by the time they are two. It’s one of the things that makes the puppies too adorable for words!

#3: Wheatens Need To Be Fed A Proper Diet. Newcomers to Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers rarely know that the breed is prone to certain allergies when not given the proper nutrition.

Specifically, Wheatens need to avoid all soy, gluten and wheat in their diet.

Foods with these items are likely to trigger allergies in Wheatens. And don’t forget – this applies to both daily food AND all treats!

Please be sure to thoroughly scan the ingredient list of any item you may give to your Wheaten, including their treats. This will ensure that you prevent them from digesting any ingredients based in soy, gluten, or wheat products.

#4: Wheaten Terriers Don’t Shed, But They Require Grooming (Especially When Wet!). Because Wheatens don’t have an undercoat, they don’t shed. In fact, Wheatens have earned a reputation for being a hypoallergenic dog breed.

Nevertheless, this doesn’t mean that Wheatens have maintenance-free coats. This especially applies to the state of Oregon, known for its substantial amounts of rainfall.

In this case, the length of your Wheaten’s coat determines their grooming needs. A Wheaten with a puppy cut is just fine with a quick towel-dry.

When a Wheaten with a longer coat (3 inches or more) comes in contact with water – after a walk in the rain, and after a bath – it’s a good idea to brush and blow-dry them. This is important in order to help prevent matting in their coats.

Otherwise, Wheatens are fairly easy to groom. A nice brushing and combing once or twice a week is all it takes to keep your puppy looking great.

Curious about Wheatens? Interested in a Wheaten puppy? Again, we encourage you to contact us and start a conversation! PHONE: (971) 257-4848 |  EMAIL: OregonWheatens@gmail.com

PHONE: (971) 257-4848 |  EMAIL: OregonWheatens@gmail.com