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Soft Coated Wheaten & Whoodle Pups for Seattle Homes!

Dog is a Man’s Best Friend

It has been said that “Dog is a Man’s best friend,” of course.  And Man is certainly a Dog’s best friend, too, right…?  

I imagine that you have been led here, to this Article, because you love your Dog… Perhaps, otherwise, it is because you would love to get a Dog!  As well, do you live in the vicinity of Seattle, Washington?  Then YOU, my friend, have come to the right place!

Before I tell you a list of the 25 Best Dog Parks in Seattle, I would like to introduce you to Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Dogs! …and Whoodles (which are their Poodle-mixed counterparts)! 
Both of these breeds (the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier and the Whoodle), are all-around great Dogs.  They are family-friendly, playful, and super soft for the cuddling!  They are loyal companions, to boot.  I will paste pictures, below, for everyone to adore… After that, I promise, we will cover the long-awaited 25 Best Dog Parks [and Dog-Friendly Parks] in Seattle!

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Puppies

Image of our Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies   (courtesy of Fun Wheatens)
Image of our Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies (courtesy of Fun Wheatens)

Whoodle Pups

Image of our Whoodle puppies (a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier + Poodle)
Image of our Whoodle puppies (a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier + Poodle)

Benefits of Owning the Wheaten or Whoodle 

There are many benefits to owning a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier or Whoodle.  They are…  

  • Loyal Partners
  • Playful and Fun
  • Family-Friendly
  • Highly Intelligent
  • Extremely Affectionate
  • Very Soft and Cuddly
  • Hypoallergenic (cause fewer allergies)
  • AND, they form Strong Bonds.

Stick around, until the end of this Article, to learn more information about our company (Fun Wheatens) and of how YOU can initiate the process, today, to add a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier or Whoodle to your Seattle area home! …Fun Wheatens is the Breeder for you.

But now, without further adieu, is the moment you have all been waiting for…  

25 Best Dog Parks in Seattle

Get ready, for a walk in the Park! 

Below (in alphabetical order) you will find a compilation of Dog-Friendly Parks in the Seattle, Washington area.  Each Park has unique features and functionalities, all of which are worth the experience!  Get your Doggo(s) rallied-up, and ready, to explore these 25 Dog-Friendly Parks.

Now, back to our Wheatens and Whoodles… Are they not the cutest Dogs ever?!

If you already own a Soft Coated Wheaten or a Whoodle, then you understand that grooming them is a necessity, especially during the rainy seasons of Seattle area weather.

Haircuts of the Wheatens and Whoodles

Haircuts are recommended, of course, but are mostly based on preference of style.

Many Seattle Wheaten Terrier owners choose to keep the “Puppy Dog Cut” intact, for multiple years, before deciding to let their Dogs’ coat grow longer… For a Whoodle or Wheaten Terrier, the length of their coat is (largely) what determines the age in which they appear.

For example, a 7-year-old Wheaten or Whoodle (adult) could strut around with a “Puppy Dog Cut” and, thereby, look the age of just a 7-month-old Puppy… while an actual Puppy (a Wheaten or Whoodle) could grow its hair longer to, in turn, appear as a fully-matured adult.

One beauty of the Wheaten Terrier breed is how incredibly versatile they are, both in the activities they enjoy (where they will thrive) and in their grooming techniques (i.e. appearance).

Grooming Tips in Regard to Seattle Weather

Typically, you will discover that Wheatens, as well as Whoodles, really enjoy the rainy weather patterns (…along with all of the mud and muddle that comes with it).  They are robust and muscular Dogs, housing medium-sized frames, usually ranging between 27 and 40 pounds.

As for the wet and rainy Seattle weather, you might need to consider a few tips for your Pup.  Below are the best grooming suggestions, for Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers and Whoodles who live in the Seattle area…

Many articles, about Wheaten Terriers, will mention how they must be brushed, or groomed, at a high frequency (roughly every 2 to 3 days)… In reality, those standards would only pertain if one is trying to keep their Wheaten, or Whoodle, in a “Show Ready” condition (with their coats reaching longer than 2 to 2.5 inches).

If your Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, or Whoodle, has a shorter coat, however (with 1.5 inches or less), and is mostly an indoor Dog, then you could go multiple weeks in between its brushing.
In Washington State, you will find that most Wheaten and Whoodle owners can assume grooming requirements that are in direct proportion to the lengths of their coat. Weather conditions of the Pacific Northwest (PNW) can be a factor, of course… ‘Our best tip?  Using a Slicker Brush, simply one time per week, will keep your “Wheatie” (or Whoodle) lookin’ good.

Snowy Weather in the Pacific Northwest

…It is no secret that Soft Coated Wheatens and Whoodles, indeed, love to play in the snow.

If your Wheaten or Whoodle has freedom to play in the snowy conditions of our Pacific Northwest Territory, then you should know that their coats will require some additional care…

After a play in the snow, and if not provided with immediate attention, coats of a longer length can become matted quickly.  This applies to the rainy patterns of Seattle weather, as well.  To avoid a coat from matting, after the rain or snow, be sure to dry and brush its hair thoroughly!  Also, a warm bath will prove successful to remove any snowballs (matted in the fur), if needed.

Have our Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, or Whoodles, caught your eye?
Click here for our Gallery of adorable Wheaten and Whoodle puppies, available!

Introducing Fun Wheatens | Breeding & Training Company

Here at Fun Wheatens (located in beautiful Benewah County), we believe that purchasing your next Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, or Whoodle, should be an enjoyable and hassle-free process.  We aim to make your Pup selection fast, fun, and easy!  As well, we believe that affordability is a must.  We offer an “Introduction to Crate Training” service, free with every purchase, and an affordable 21-day “Puppy Boot Camp” program (with additional vaccinations and deworming).

You will receive a Vet Health Report, with the purchase of every Pup, along with all vaccination and worming records.  These can be shared with your Veterinarian, at their first Vet visit, so that your Wheaten or Whoodle may continue on the proper vaccination and deworming schedule.

For our prospective Soft Coated Wheaten and Whoodle buyers of the Seattle area, it is common for our Company (Fun Wheatens) to have between 6 and 7 litters of Puppies per year, so we are likely to have a Wheaten or Whoodle that will fit your needs (and keep you brimming with smiles), upon your contacting us.  As well, we are able to provide shipping nationwide!

Proudly, we do not accept pre-paid deposits, placed onto Puppies who are not yet born, and neither do we maintain a list of prospective buyers.  Ultimately (and lucky for you), this means we do not have horrendous wait-lists, or wait times, as many other Wheaten Breeders generally do… Feel free to contact us, today!

Do be aware that Pups tend to sell quickly, so (for serious inquiries) you will need to be proactive in contacting us and upholding the communication.
Firstly, we initiate our process by conducting a short phone interview… In that conversation, we will discuss timelines (both yours and ours), and answer any questions you may have.  Next, we can schedule a Facetime or video call (if you would prefer), in order to see our Pups virtually, or you can schedule for an in-person appointment, to visit the Pups on our 40 acres of Farmland!

How to Buy a Wheaten or Whoodle in the Seattle Area

Although Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers and Whoodles are not necessarily rare breeds, it does appear that finding a Breeder who has available Pups can be a rarity in itself… In fact, you can count all of the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier (and Whoodle) Breeders, that are located in the Pacific Northwest, onto a single hand.

Amongst the rest, however, Fun Wheatens stands out.  We specialize in producing both Trained and Untrained Soft Coated Wheatens and Whoodles, to join your family.

Seattle Soft Coated Wheaten (or Whoodle) Buyers can contact Fun Wheatens directly.  Our contact information is outlined below! 

Fun Wheatens | Breeding & Training Company

Proudly Serving Wheatens and Whoodles to the Seattle Metropolitan Area

  • Web Address — www.FunWheatens.com
  • Telephone Number — 1(833) A-FUN-PUP or 1(833) 238-6787
  • Primary Email Address — WashingtonWheatens@Gmail.com
  • Secondary Email Address — FunWheatens@Gmail.com

Contact us TODAY, and browse through our available selection of Pups, to compare the pricing of our Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers and Whoodles (that are eager for their Seattle area homes)!

…Still need that extra bit of convincing?
Click here for a list of our Services and Frequently Asked Questions!