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Apr
02

The Teacup Yorkie

The Teacup Yorkie
Originally bred in the mid-19th century Yorkshire, England to catch rats, the Yorkshire Terrier was first introduced to Americans in 1872. In 1878, it was one of the first breeds to be acknowledged by the American Kennel Club as eligible for registration. Since then, these cute little pups have warmed our hearts and our homes, earning a spot as the second most popular breed in the United States. Like all the Yorkshire Terrier types, the Teacup Yorkie is bright, energetic, and a favorite of dog lovers everywhere.

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Feb
09

Proper Yorkshire Terrier care

Proper Yorkshire Terrier care
Consider the many aspects of breeding before you choose to do Yorkshire Terrier breeding for yourself. Before you choose this option you want to carefully consider what can happen since there are many things that can and do go wrong with breeding dogs. The most important step is to carefully consider your Yorkshire Terrier. Do you know what the specific breed standards are, do you know if your dog has any specific faults and do you know exactly how these faults can be transmitted through genes to the offspring?

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Feb
05

Yorkshire Terrier obedience training done right the first time

Yorkshire Terrier obedience training done right the first time
Whenever you bring someone new into your home, there is always a little bit of nervousness and this is especially true when that someone is a young pup who can ruin your carpets and all of your belongings in a heartbeat. Before you actually go to pick up your new Yorkshire Terrier, it is important for you and your family to truly sit down and think about what is important to you in regards to Yorkshire Terrier obedience training.

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Feb
03

The history of the Yorkshire Terrier

The history of the Yorkshire Terrier
If you took a trip back in time to 1870, you probably would have a hard time recognizing a Yorkshire Terrier. In about one hundred thirty years, the breed has gone through tremendous changes in their looks and in their functions. But the Yorkshire Terrier has adapted to the great changes that the Industrial Revolution brought to the economy and to family life. Yorkies back then weighed about thirty pounds and came in more colors than just blue and tan.

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Jan
31

The top Yorkshire Terrier training tips

The top Yorkshire Terrier training tips
There are many benefits that you will receive from owning a Yorkshire Terrier dog. They are truly adorable dogs, but do not let their small stature fool you, because they are great watchdogs and very brave as well. They are always very alert and active and will notify you of any noise or disturbance, particularly during nighttime hours.

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Jan
17

Finding Yorkshire Terrier breeders

Finding Yorkshire Terrier breeders
The decision has been made and the new family pet is going to be a Yorkshire Terrier. Now all you need to do is find a good Yorkshire Terrier breeder and you are all set and that takes just a little bit more than just opening a phone book.

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