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Yorkshire Terrier Puppy

The Yorkshire Terrier Puppy, often lovingly referred to as Yorkie, is a charming and petite breed that has captured the hearts of dog enthusiasts worldwide.

The Yorkshire Terrier puppy is a toy breed that originated in the county of Yorkshire, England, during the 19th century. These little dogs were initially bred for their remarkable hunting abilities, specifically to catch rats and other small vermin in textile mills and coal mines.


The Yorkshire Terrier puppy is famous for its big personality, despite its tiny stature. They are known to be affectionate, loyal, and highly intelligent. Yorkies are often described as being fearless, which can sometimes translate into them being overly protective. The Yorkshire Terrier puppy is exceptionally devoted to their owners, forming strong bonds with their families.

These dogs may have a bit of a stubborn streak but can be trained effectively with patience and positive reinforcement. Their alertness and natural curiosity make them excellent watchdogs, always ready to alert their owners to any perceived threats.

Yorkshire Terrier Breed Standard; Toy Group.

General Appearance

That of 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. The body is neat, compact, and well-proportioned. The dog’s high head carriage and confident manner should give the appearance of vigor and self-importance. Grooming is recommended every six weeks or so. The most popular haircut for the Yorkie is called a ‘puppy cut’.


Named for the English city from which they originally hail, Yorkshire Terriers were used in the nineteenth century to catch rats and other small rodents in clothing mills. Surprisingly enough, in its beginnings, the Yorkie belonged to the working class, especially the weavers; in fact, facetious comments were often made about how the dogs’ fine, silky coats were the ultimate product of the looms. Eventually, the breed left the workforce and became a companion animal to families of European high society.


• Apartment is fine because of its’ small size
• Very active indoors.


Despite their small size, Yorkshire Terriers are surprisingly active and require regular exercise to maintain their health and happiness. Daily walks and playtime are essential to help them expend their energy. Interactive toys and mentally stimulating activities can also help keep their sharp minds engaged.


Yorkshire Terriers boast a stunning, silky, and straight coat that flows elegantly down their sides. This breed is recognized for its unique blue and tan coloration. Their hair, which is not fur, is hypoallergenic, making them a suitable choice for individuals with allergies. Their fine hair doesn’t shed much.

Grooming is a significant aspect of Yorkshire Terrier care. Their long, silky coat requires regular brushing to prevent matting and tangling. Many Yorkie owners opt for professional grooming services to maintain their dog’s coat in optimal condition. Additionally, regular baths, nail trims, and ear cleanings are part of the grooming routine.



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To find out more about the Yorkshire Terriers, go read this article from the AKC’s website now!

Yorkshire Terrier Puppy

Yorkshire Terrier Puppy
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