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When it comes to caring for your Yorkie, you need the best information that you can have. These are care tips and items for caring for your loved one.
Below are our featured AKC Yorkies for the month. Email us your pictures of your AKC Yorkie and we will feature your little one on our website. Please include their name and any other information about them that you would like us to include.
We will be providing information on Yorkies that are looking for a new adoptive family. So keep coming back to see if someone has contacted us in need of a new home for a Yorkie. We will of course take the steps of finding out all of the information and history of the dog as we can.
"Though the Yorkshire Terriers are adorable small dogs, they actually have large personalities. They are quite smart and loyal and they can get quite addicting. When it comes to training them, the process can take some of your time, but this will be a great investment as your Yorkie will be then trained for life. You have to be patient and persistent when you are going to train them. It is important that you study their personalities first before starting this process. It is best to train them in a location where there are little or no distractions right at first. Always reward correct behavior, one way is to you can make use of treats as you train your Yorkie. You can even train them to go potty in a doggie litter box. This makes them perfect for in house only pets and apartment dewellers. Litter box training is also great for people who live in large city complex's as well."
"Yorkshire Terriers are quite popular because they are fun, cute and really loyal pets. They are great around kids if they are not raised with children. Just have children take it slow at first when you get your new Yorkie home. However, the children should respect them and that the dogs are to be handled with care. The Yorkshire Terriers will not bite them, if anything they will be afraid of them just right at first.Due to their small size, they do not require a lot of exercise and make a great choice for apartment dwellers. Also, they are very easily potty trained and adapt to a new home quickly. Grooming can be done fairly easy at home, or taken to a groomer monthly. When you take into consideration that they do not shed and can also be litter boxed trained, they make a perfect house take and a lovable companion and you will be getting unconditional love each day."
"Yorkies do not bark any more than any other breed of dog. Barking is their way of playing as well as alerting their owner as the guard dog. The owners like their sense of adventure and their being mischievous as well. The Yorkies are admired for their silky long coat as this is what makes them really beautiful. They also can be clipped and you can change the style each time for a different look. As their coat will always grow, just like human hair, it will grow and grow until it is cut off. They loved to be brushed or groomed and fussed over. They never shed. And they enjoy having bows but in their hair to tie the facial hair so that it doesn’t cover their eyes. Wearing doggie cloths is another thing you might want to try with your Yorkie. They don't seem to mind have cloth's but on them. Some actually seem to really enjoy it."
"The Yorkshire Terriers are known to be the rich and the famous’ fashion accessories. However, they do love to be pampered. The Yorkshire Terriers only weigh between three to seven pounds when they are fully grow. They are also the second smallest breed in the AKC Toy group breed of dogs. They were originally bred to be able to eliminate rats in the mines. They were also used for hunting badgers as well as foxes and they are quite good for such purpose. The badgers are among the meanest critters in the woods and they can be scary. These small dogs think that they are tough. It is important that you pay attention to the dog always. They don’t actually get along well with the other dogs. If you like them to get along with other pets, then you have to just introduce them slowly and allow enough time for them to acclimate. They will get along with other pets in the household, when given enough time to adjust."
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