The Yorkshire Terrier makes a wonderful companion for most people, as they are loyal, friendly and amusing to be around.
General Appearance and Description
Yorkies are popular with people who enjoy being able to take their dogs with them everywhere. It's believed that the Yorkshire Terrier was originally a much bigger animal than the tiny dog that's so popular today. Likely there was some selective breeding that went on and the dog gradually become smaller over the years. The first Yorkie who looked like the dog we know today was introduced at a dog show in 1870.
American pit bull terrier with a huge Neapolitan Mastiff female. The breeder who started this evolution of mastiffs is John Swinford and then another one also assisted in getting this breed going, and his name is Joe Lucero.Of course, there are several different varieties in the breed, such as cross breeding an English mastiff with the American pit bull. The closer to the original initial breeds are the most stable. This particular breed is well known for its muscular and athletic look. Naturally, he inherits that from his pit bull bloodline. There is also a variety of color patterns that you may notice within this brilliant breed. Some of the colors may consist of tawny, blue, black and red. However, for the most part this dog is black brindle.