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Description: The Yorkshire Terrier is a long-haired toy terrier whose blue and tan coat is parted on the face and from the base of the skull to the end of the tail and hangs evenly and quite straight down each side of the body. They are a small and well-balanced breed, having square proportions. They have naturally erect ears, a black nose, and a flat and small skull. The puppies of Yorkshire Terriers are born black and tan, but soon gain more adult colors as they get older. Newborn Yorkshire Terriers are born black in color with tan on the eyebrow, jaws, chest and feet. They are fully mature in two years. The Yorkie (Yorkshire Terrier) is one of the world's smallest dogs and should not exceed 7 lbs in weight. Yorkshire Terriers may be tiny but they are a big-dog in a little-dog package. The Yorkie is an intelligent and confident pet. They are spirited and spunky, affectionate and lively. Although small, they are still terriers! They can be scrappy, courageous and assertive. They get along with everyone, but they may get nippy if not trained or socialized correctly. Yorkshire Terriers are compact in size, sweet in nature and cheerful in character.
Other Names: Yorkie
Type: Companion Dog
6 - 9 inches.
Dark steel blue from back of head to root of their
tail. Face, chest and feet are bright tan.
Yorkshire Terriers are intelligent, confident, and
affectionate. Lively and spirited, the Yorkshire Terrier is
no wimp. They do sound the alarm if the need be, and though
small can be hardy. They are brave and self-assured, and
posses the typical terrier attitude. They are devoted,
assertive, and courageous. They can be demanding and/or
nippy if they are not correctly socialized or trained, and
should be kept from children if this is the case.
Training: Frequent daily brushing will keep the
coat of the Yorkie in beautiful condition. They need
consistent grooming. Yorkshire Terriers do best when some
type of exercise is given, though it need not be special. A
romp through an apartment or house will suffice. Extra care
must be taken for the Yorkshire Terrier in cold or bad
Very High. This little breed has a lot of energy to use, and
fortunately a small amount of room is needed for this.
12 -15 years. These dogs, like most smaller dogs, can live a
Country of Origin: Great Britain
History: Yorkshire Terriers first originated in the same district as the Airedale terrier in England. They first appeared from "Huddersfeld Ben", the "first" Yorkie, around the year 1850. The Yorkie is thought to be made of the Old English Black and Tan Terrier, Maltese, Clydesdale Terrier, Manchester Terrier, Paisley Terrier and Skye Terrier. But, there are different lines that may have come from different dogs in the first place. Today they retain all of the same traits, however. The breed was perpetuated by income of poor farmers and workers, and thus to compete in the market, they would not share their "ingredients" of their particular Yorkies. The Yorkie (Yorkshire Terrier) became a fashionable pet in the late Victorian era in Yorkshire, England. They were originally called the Broken-haired Scotch Terriers. Yorkshire Terriers are a half progenitor of the Silky Terrier. The Australian Terrier and the Yorkshire Terrier were mixed to create the Sydney Silky, or Silky Terrier. Only 20 years from their start did they come to America, and 66 years later became recognized by the American Kennel Club.
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