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Wild Oak Rat Terriers


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In southern California!!

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Welcome to Wild Oak Rat Terriers, we're glad you stopped by and hope you enjoy our albums. We are a small breeder of Rat Terriers located in Campo, California, that's East San Diego County in the high desert. We live on 93 acres, a fantastic place to raise dogs, with plenty of room to run, hunt and explore.

At Wild Oak we specialize in large mini's to small standards, emphasis on temperament, health, quality, conformation, structural correctness, beauty, brains and prey drive, yes, you can have it all.

Our puppies are raised in the house, with cats, chickens and lots of socialization and love. When the pups are old enough to venture outside, we go for walks on the ranch with their Mom and the rest of the pack, they learn about lots of fun stuff and have a blast exploring!!

They are very well adjusted, brave, outgoing, happy and have strong self esteems.

We enjoy participating with our dogs in  conformation competition.  A Rat Terrier’s main love in life is to be with their people, so they enjoy competing as well, pets first, show dogs second.  Rat Terriers are a hardy healthy breed, strong, active, happy and funny.  They are the ultimate family companion, happy to lay around all day, ready to go in an instant. They are very sensitive and easy to train, enjoy participating with their people, and are happiest when they’re with them.

Their tails are docked, dew claws removed, de-worming starts at 2 weeks of age, they are given their first immunization at 8 weeks. They are microchipped, and go to their forever homes with a Veterinarian exam, health guarantee and pedigree.

Our dogs are AKC registered.








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Date(s): March 21, 2005. 1 - 4 of 4 Total. Shared

GRCH Wild Oak's Anson St. Church
1. GRCH Wild Oak's Anson St. Church  (December 2, 2011)



We're in southern California now!!

Churchill is now an AKC Grand Champion!!!  We're so proud of him, and he does his job in style!!


Church won his UKC Grand Championship in May 2015, competing one weekend, he's such a great boy!!




Sire: CH Turn Rugostar at Wild Oak
Dam: CH Bogart Porche Perfecta Wild Oak, CD, RN, CGC
Born: May 5, 2011
Black Bi
14.25" tall
Cardiac, Physician - normal
Patellas, Physician - normal
PLL - Clear by Parentage



Yep, here he is, "The Church," I don't know when I've been so smitten with a puppy, but this guy is unbelievable and owns my heart.






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Wild Oak Ranch
2. Wild Oak Ranch  (October 6, 2006)



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Now in southern California!!
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It is with mixed emotions that we have moved away from our home of the beautiful oak trees. Located in the picturesque foothills of south San Jose, we served the horse community since 1976.

The time for change has come, consequently we moved to the high desert of East San Diego County, Campo, California. We are 40 minutes away from grandchildren and have retired on an incredible property that will be our new home.

We are very honored to become a part of such a historic property, where a true American hero resided from 1958 until his death May 2010.

Lt. John W. Finn, Medal of Honor recipient from WWII, Pearl Harbor, please see the "Our New Home" album for the story.
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The Roses at Wild Oak
3. The Roses at Wild Oak  (October 5, 2006)

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Six years or so ago I began gardening roses, I'd say it changed my life but that would be so dramatic!!

It changed my life!!

I am now ruled by 250+ of them and I spend most of my time meeting their demands. This is a very rewarding hobby. To care for them, to see them flourish, and then present the world with the "Queen of Flowers," is truly an experience.

Also in the mix is the world of insects that the roses attract. While in San Jose we had a butterfly that was endangered and about to become extinct. When I first started gardening, along came the "Black Spotted" butterfly, about 2 of them. Every year since, their numbers have increased, thanks to the roses and other flowers I have that attract them. What was really awesome is that when I was watering, they would follow me around to pick up the moisture from the water, fabulous. There's nothing left on that property for them, it's basically been mowed down. I hope they found a new place to live and hopefully propagate.

The bees are amazing, watching them up close as they burrow into flowers and buds is a trip. They are so intense that they don't pay any attention to me as I watch. The big black and yellow bumblebees are definitely the fat boys of the garden as they lumber from bloom to bloom.

The Garden is where the soul feels at home.
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The Cats at Wild Oak
4. The Cats at Wild Oak  (March 21, 2005)


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This album is dedicated to our cats, they are loving, affectionate, sweet and truly my babies. Our bond is strong, they are psychic, emotional, spiritual and intensely aware of our feelings.  They are my soul mates, if you've never bonded with a cat then you've really missed a lot of love in life.

They love to garden with me during the day, follow me around the ranch and then come in for sharing dinner. Sharing major biscuits, cuddles, lots of kitty conversation, purring and loving.
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