EASE OF TRAINING •••••••
GOOD WITH KIDS ••••••••••
LIFE SPAN 12-15 YEARS
HEIGHT 7 TO 9 INCHES
WEIGHT 7 POUNDS
USE TODAY COMPANION
The Yorkshire Terrier is feisty, alert, inquisitive, energetic, determined, brave, bossy, scrappy and boisterous.
But he can also be very sweet. He can be described as a little dog with a big personality! He's one of the most popular breeds in North America.
He craves close physical contact and affection and will follow you around the home like a shadow. His prey-drive is high and he will chase any little creature that scurries by him.
He gets along well with strangers but he can be aggressive with other dogs. He's very affectionate and loves to cuddle and sit on your lap.
The Yorkshire Terrier is undoubtedly an indoor pet and rightly so, considering some of its basic characteristics.
Also called a yorkie it has a small, light body structure and is surely very easy to carry and barely takes up any space.
Despite having a hairy coat, the yorkie hardly ever sheds, making it a true blessing for those of us allergic to dog hair.
Moreover, the dog is swift, alert and yet graceful, and is sure to inform you of just about any intruder.
If you do not have a big house or a very spacious backyard, you can still keep a yorkie, for this is one breed that needs hardly any exercise.
Also, the Yorkshire Terrier is above all a fairly well behaved, peaceful dog, tolerant of other pets around them and it is precisely all these qualities that make a yorkie one of the best loved indoor pets.
The Yorkshire Terrier is intelligent and quite easy to train. He learns new commands quickly at an above average rate.
Tan and blue coat, reddish tan, grizzle and wheaten
The Yorkshire Terrier sheds practically no hair at all. You'll virtually never find a hair in your home!
Pet coat (less work):
Cut his coat short every few months and then it only needs to be brushed every so often.
Show coat (more work):
Professionally groom his coat to the breed standard. Brush it daily.
Gorgeous coat must be groomed AT LEAST three times a week
S/he'll always bark - you can curb but not eliminate itUsually do not get along with young children, they prefer a quieter lifestyle
There’s enough terrier to cause them to chase moving targets. Buy a good leather leash and body harness.
This popular dog has been overbred and you need tocarefully select a breeder and line. Otherwise you will understand how small dogs got a reputation as yappy, snappy and possessive.