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Howdy, Folks! You've landed on the website of Texangals, the home of Toy Manchester Terriers in Central Texas.

My son with "the pack"

In 2014 while living in England, we brought home our foundation bitch, Bluebonnet Dreaming Spires at Texangals (Bonnie). After a year in the show ring in England, which included coming in 3rd in her class at the premier UK dog show, Crufts, we moved to the Austin area in the summer of 2016.

Bonnie wins Limit Bitch
at the ETT Club Champ show

We've since been establishing ourselves as a preservation breeder of Toy Manchester Terriers in the US,  an AKC Breeder of Merit, and Breeder with HEART.

Tiny little Coco with her big sis Zoot from our very first litter.

Despite limited breeding, we have made up thirteen conformation champions (five of which are grand champions), four trick dog champions, three FastCAT champions, and more of them on the verge of finishing their titles in all of these pathways.

Just this past year, we not only won Bred-By Exhibitor Best in Specialty Show in Dallas with GCHB Texangals Killing Time TKN ("Katie"), but her dam was named Brood Bitch of the Year for the American Manchester Terrier Club at their national specialty banquet in Houston, July 2022.

Katie is also invited to the NOHS finals in Orlando for 2022, finishing the qualifying period as #3 for the breed.

GCHB and NOHSS, Multiple Group Placement, Multiple NOHS Group Winning, BBEBISS Texangals Killing Time TKN, winning OH Group 1 at Glen Rose TX 2022

Our puppies have gone to dedicated fanciers all over the US who know that the breed is versatile and agile, and proving it through other events like agility, scent work, barn hunt, and even dock diving!

We're planning two litters in 2023 so be sure to express your interest for one of them by using the puppy application found on this website.

Ted and Zoot, a couple of winning gals!

Bonnie becomes a champion


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