Available Puppies

No puppies available at the moment. Please read the advice below and sign up to receive litter alerts via email.

Find a Puppy

Finding an English Toy Terrier Puppy can be challenging but they’re certainly worth the effort.

Follow the steps below to increase your chance of success.

Contact breeders

Often breeders don’t need to advertise via the club website because they have waiting lists to fulfil or keep their own puppies.

Contact as many breeders as you can and join their waiting lists.

Meet an English Toy Terrier

Arrange to meet with owners and breeders local to you.

Meet for a walk

There are friendly and helpful members of the ETT community all over the UK who’d be happy to meet up. Owners on Facebook host regular meet ups, keep your eye on club news for announcements and feel free to join.

Come to a show

The club organises 3 shows per year in a central location, and English Toy Terriers compete at many shows across the country most weekends. View the calendar and feel free to come along, speak to exhibitors and meet their dogs.

Many exhibitors are also breeders.

Sign up for puppy alerts

We send out emails every time a litter is advertised here.

Sign up to receive email alerts above


Connect with owners and experts

There are several English Toy Terrier groups on Facebook with friendly and welcoming communities of owners, breeders and breed enthusiasts.

Many of our members are members of the English Toy Terrier (Black and Tan) Fans Page.

Sign up for rehome and rescue alerts

Would you consider an adult English Toy Terrier?

Occasionally older dogs, through no fault of their own, find themselves in need of a new home.

Connect with breeders

Many breeders have Facebook pages and websites that they update regularly.

Breeders are known by their affix (kennel name). Use our breeders directory to find kennel names and search them on Facebook and google.

The English Toy Terrier is a vulnerable native breed. The Kennel Club defines this as a breed which has 300 or fewer registrations per year in the UK. In 2018, there were 126 ETT puppy registrations.

Fortunately for the breed, numbers are on the rise and demand for these charming companions is growing, however with so few puppies born, it can be a waiting game and you should be prepared to travel.

If you have any questions or need any further help and support, please don’t hesitate to contact me or breeders directly.

Sarah Crossling

Puppy Liaison Officer, English Toy Terrier Club

If you are a breeder and club member and would like to register a litter of puppies for sale please get in touch.

Advertise your puppies

We can help find 5* homes for your puppies. We welcome club members to advertise their litters.

We have a puppy alerts feature that emails subscribed owners when your litter is posted. There is currently very high demand for puppies.