Yorkshire Terrier

5-7 lbs
8-9"
England
Yorkie

The Yorkshire Terrier of today is a very small dog who is primarily a companion dog. The original Yorkie was much bigger than Yorkshire Terrier of today. He was used for hunting small rodents and other vermin. It is likely that the Yorkshire was a mixture of other Terriers with a bit of Maltese peppered in; these Terriers include the Skye Terrier, Dandie Dinmont, Manchester Terrier, and the now-extinct Paisley or Clydesdale Terrier. Over the years, the brave little hunting dog became more fashionable as a companion dog; they are so small now that women carry them either in bags or under their arms. The Yorkie was first recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1885.

Purpose
small vermin hunting
Date of Origin
1800s
Ancestry
waterside, manchester, paisley, skye, dandie dinmont terriers

Yorkshire Terrier Health

Sketch of Yorkshire Terrier
Average Size
Male Yorkshire Terrier size stats
Height: 8-9 inches Weight: 5-7 lbs
Female Yorkshire Terrier size stats
Height: 8-9 inches Weight: 5-7 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Portacaval Shunt
  • Tracheal Collapse
  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
Minor Concerns
  • Patellar Luxation
Occasional Diagnoses
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy
Occasional Tests
  • Eye
  • Knee
  • Liver Ultrasound
  • X-Rays
  • Endoscopy

Yorkshire Terrier Breed History

The Yorkshire Terrier got its name from its place of origin  and the fact that it is from the Terrier family. The Industrial Revolution not only brought the rise of production lines and factories, but it brought Scottish people to England to work. With them, they brought the Clydesdale or Paisley Terrier, a dog that is now extinct. Experts believe the Paisley was used to catch rats in the factories and mills. The Paisley was crossed with other Terriers such as the English Black and Tan Toy Terrier and the Skye Terrier. A long-haired Terrier with a blue-gray coat known as the Waterside Terrier may have also been crossbred. The father of the modern Yorkshire Terrier, Huddersfield Ben, became a popular show dog in the late 1800s. The British Kennel Club recognized the breed in 1874. The first Yorkshire Terrier club in England was formed in 1872. 

Yorkshire Terrier Breed Appearance

The Yorkshire Terrier is a very small dog. He generally weighs less than seven pounds. He is classified as a “toy” dog. His head is small with a medium-sized muzzle. His teeth meet in a level bite. His nose is black, and he has medium-sized eyes that are usually a dark brown. His ears are erect and v-shaped. He has round feet with black toenails, and his dewclaws are usually removed. His tail is carried higher than the dog’s back, and it is usually docked to medium length. The Yorkshire Terrier boasts a long, fine, silky coat which normally falls straight on either side of the dog’s back. Generally, the coat is a steel blue and tan color. The tan is from the elbows and down on the dog’s legs; the rest of his coat is blue. Puppies are usually brown, black and tan, and their coat changes as they mature. Some owners choose to trim the hair on the top of the Yorkie’s head or to pull it back and clasp it in a band in order to keep the hair from getting in the dog’s food bowl.

Appearance of Yorkshire Terrier
Eye Color Possibilities
brown Yorkshire Terrier eyes
Brown
Nose Color Possibilities
black Yorkshire Terrier nose
Black
Coat Color Possibilities
black Yorkshire Terrier coat
Black
blue Yorkshire Terrier coat
Blue
silver Yorkshire Terrier coat
Silver
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
Yorkshire Terrier straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

Yorkshire Terrier Breed Maintenance

The Yorkie must be regularly groomed. His long, fine hair can become matted without regular brushing. Long coats require hours of grooming; most owners clip the coat closely. Those with this type of coat should be brushed daily. The Yorkie requires daily exercise. Because of his size, it is highly important that a Yorkie live inside with his family. Extra care must also be given to make sure that children do not get too rough with the Yorkie as he can be severely injured. His nails should be clipped twice a month, and daily tooth brushing will prevent gum disease and bad breath. 


Brushes for Yorkshire Terrier
Pin Brush
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Brushing Frequency
Yorkshire Terrier requires daily brushing
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Yorkshire Terrier Temperament

The Yorkshire Terrier is a highly energetic, adventurous dog. He is a wonderful companion and is highly affectionate toward his owner. He is brave, highly intelligent and alert. Caution should be taken in order to make sure that owners establish they are the pack leader so that the dog does not develop Small Dog Syndrome. Yorkies that develop Small Dog Syndrome are often neurotic, nervous, yappy, or snappy. It is important to establish firm, consistent rules that your Yorkie understands. However, with proper training, the Yorkie is normally a beloved companion. It is better suited for families with older children who understand how to handle a dog, especially a dog as small as a Yorkie. They are excellent watchdogs, but they can also be difficult to housebreak. Firm, consistent training will help you to establish that you are the pack leader and will help you to enjoy the sweet, lovable Yorkie.

Activity Level
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
6 miles
Minutes of Activity Per Day
30 minutes

Yorkshire Terrier Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
0.8 cups
Daily Cost
$0.75 - $1.00
Monthly Cost
$20.00 - $30.00

Yorkshire Terrier Height & Weight

6 Months
Sketch of Yorkshire Terrier at six months
Male Yorkshire Terrier size stats at six months
Height: 4 inches Weight: 3 lbs
Female Yorkshire Terrier size stats at six months
Height: 4 inches Weight: 3 lbs
12 Months
Sketch of Yorkshire Terrier at 12 months
Male Yorkshire Terrier size stats at 12 months
Height: 7 inches Weight: 5 lbs
Female Yorkshire Terrier size stats at 12 months
Height: 7 inches Weight: 5 lbs
18 Months
Sketch of Yorkshire Terrier at 18 months
Male Yorkshire Terrier size stats at 18 months
Height: 8 inches Weight: 6 lbs
Female Yorkshire Terrier size stats at 18 months
Height: 8 inches Weight: 6 lbs

Top Yorkshire Terrier Breeders

Check out who made our list for the most reputable Yorkshire Terrier breeders of 2018.
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder Empyrean Yorkie’s LLC
Empyrean Yorkie’s LLC
Norman, Indiana
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder Bricriu Kennels
Bricriu Kennels
Palm Bay, Florida
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder PalmRidge Show Dogs
PalmRidge Show Dogs
Sparks, Nevada
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder AnnStef Yorkshire Terriers
AnnStef Yorkshire Terriers
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder TyAva Yorkies
TyAva Yorkies
Marietta, Georgia
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder Paradise Yorkies
Paradise Yorkies
Columbia, South Carolina
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder Southern Yorkies
Southern Yorkies
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder Bourbon Street Yorkshire Terriers
Bourbon Street Yorkshire Terriers
Surprise, Arizona
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder Dearinger Yorkshire Terriers
Dearinger Yorkshire Terriers
San Diego, California
Top Yorkshire Terrier breeder Char's Luvable Yorkies
Char's Luvable Yorkies
Ruffs Dale, Pennsylvania

Yorkshire Terrier Owner Experiences

petey
7 Years
4 People
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my little petey is very annoying he barks at anything even his own shadow. even when tell him it us he STILL barks. how can i stop him from barking?? that is my petey thank you for your time
8 months, 2 weeks ago
3 Years
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This yorkie was a sweetheart. She was a little timid, probably because everything else compared to her is huge, but she was very agreeable, kind, and easy to walk.
9 months, 2 weeks ago
5 Years
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"Yorkies" can be sweet dogs, but also very territorial. They can pick fights with other dogs or get extremely excited when they see another dog on a walk. Hold on tight to those who get excited as they will go "nuts" sometimes. Other terriers can be as calm as ever and sociable too. They loved to be petted and give lots of kisses. They need frequent grooming as their fur can get matted, especially underneath. Groomers can shave them down, but I'd recommend not getting them shaved in the winter as it will help keep them warm. They do not like the cold and will need a sweater or winter coat. Their feet also need to be protected from salt during snowy weather. They are trainable and will listen very well. They like snuggling and will be a lap dog for sure if given the opportunity. Yorkies should always wear harnesses as they are prone to collapsed tracheas. They can be pullers so you don't want any pressure from a collar put on their necks. If they develop a cough, take to a vet immediately as it could be a sign of damage. Yorkies are sweet dogs but fragile, so be careful around children as they might be too rough with them. I'd say they are more of an adult dog than a family dog. Once you earn a Yorkie's trust they will shower you with love and affection.
9 months, 3 weeks ago
1 Year
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The Yorkie is one of the cutest, and also hardest dog breeds to deal with on a walk. Somehow, these tiny dogs pack in so much sass and stubbornness, and often will try to walk in the opposite direction you choose for no apparent reason. Their small size makes it easy for you to control them, but not without them putting up a bit of a fight first (never an actual fight though as they are not aggressive dogs in my experience). However, after making their stubborn stand, and being pulled away, they are quick to get back to the walk. In my experience as well they do not seem to get tired even after quite long walks. They do seem to love their owners however and have always been quite friendly towards me.
9 months, 3 weeks ago
3 Years
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Yorkshire Terriers are lively little things. They bark their poor little bodies off at anything. They are really affectionate though and like to be the center of attention. They like to explore their surroundings and will pull you to wherever their little noses lead them. They are stubborn at times to follow commands and you usually have to chase them around to get their leashes on. They can try to nip here and there but they are harmless. They love to be carried and patted. If you are walking multiples, get ready for a show.They will bark like crazy at other dogs, people, cars, bikes, anything that makes the smallest disturbance.They are explorers and will get into mischief so close supervision and distance from valuables recommended.
9 months, 3 weeks ago
1 Year
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Eating Snacks
Explore the city
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The Yorkshire Terrier I walked was young and smelling and exploring around his neighborhood; he was still a bit afraid of new things though. Very friendly to people and enjoyed playing fetch and tug of war. He also enjoyed getting a treat after his walk.
9 months, 4 weeks ago
6 Years
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Playing in the snow
Shake
Agility training
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Play keep away
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Milo loves everybody the moment he sees them, but he doesn't seem to get strongly attached to anyone. He's an equal opportunity dog and perhaps a bit of a narcissist. He's bright eyed and cartoonish in his behavior: he trots instead of running, he'll throw toys for himself to fetch, and he's a loud mouth to any dog regardless of size. The drawback with this boisterous and outgoing fella is that he backs a lot (and loudly!), is a voracious hunter of small creatures (voles, moles, squirrels, rats, etc.), and, if on the hunt, will become aggressive toward anyone who attempts to separate him from his mission (his destiny, really). Because Milo is so welcoming of strangers, getting him leashed up and out on the sidewalk is effortless. He runs right up the moment the door is opened, sits upon command, and heads on out. He's good about walking at a reasonable pace and is well trained with his leash skills, but he does frequently make stops to sniff things, and he will go absolutely wild at the sight of another dog or skateboard and will attempt to charge toward the offender barking loudly and without succession. When these outbursts occur, picking him up seems to be the only solution. Once in your arms, he stops baring instantly. Also, if it is warm outside of if the walk is particularly long, he will occasionally stop walking completely, lay down, and refuse to move any further. There have been several occasions in which I've needed to carry him the rest of the way back to the house. He's a pup who knows what he wants. Perhaps because of his unconditional love for everyone and his lack of attachment, Milo is not a candidate for off-leash play unless it is in a fenced environment. He's a fantastic candidate for dog parks, but the moment he's let of the leash in an environment without a barrier he will run to no end. He loves running in huge loops until he tires himself out and suddenly plops down panting. He's a very good family dog, a fantastic and easy travel companion (in size and disposition), and a fantastic source of amusement. Because of his barking, lack of off-leash skills, and his adamant desire to hunt small creatures, he is should be paid close attention to. For shorter walks on mild days, he's unparalleled.
9 months, 4 weeks ago
6 Years
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Sniffing
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barking
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Yorkshire terriers are super cute and super fun to cuddle and chase. They can be pretty vocal though. I have met a couple that I would even go so far as to categorize as "yappy." If they don't like another person or another dog, they will be sure to let you know that's how they feel in the form of a whole lot of barking! But if they do like you, they are super friendly and super affectionate. They love to snuggle and give kisses. They tend to have a lot of energy and love to go out and about and explore. They move pretty fast and their strut is pretty adorable. Yorkies are lots of fun to have around and they sure bring a whole lot of cuteness with them wherever they go!
9 months, 4 weeks ago
5 Years
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licking
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Yorkies are the best. The sweetie pie I visited had endless love and licks to give out. She was so affectionate and I just wanted to cuddle her forever! They definitely are a cute, friendly, sweet breed, and I understand why they’re so popular!
10 months ago
3 Years
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Marking
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My experience with yorkies tends to be that they can be difficult when they are around people other then their particular humans. That said they are tiny little guys, and cant give you much trouble even when they try to. The only yorkie I have on my current schedule is usually very happy to be handed off by his owner for his walk, but once outside is very determined to do his own thing. He likes to stop and mark often and explore every smell we pass. Like other small dogs he can get nervous and snappy around strange people and dogs that are too exuberant or pushy. This particular Yorkie was also not very interested in or motivated by treats, and thus was hard to get focused when he was distracted. The positive f was that I didn't have to worry about him eating food off of the street!
10 months ago
6 Months
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This cute little dog was the sweetest, but he wanted to play "catch me if you can". He was in a little play pen when I got into the home and I let him out not realizing I had to put his harness on first! On the walk, he was a little hesitant. I'm not sure because it was night time or if that's how he usually was. He kept looking back and wanting to go back to his house. He was very vocal when it came to other dogs and people. Especially other dogs on leashes. When we got back from the walk, I put him back in the play pen and he was sad to see me leave! He was so sweet and liked all his toys.
10 months ago
1 Year
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I had 2 of these cuties at one time. When first entering the house they were very yappy, excitable, and jumpy. That did not change much as I was getting their harnesses and leashes on. Once we got outside and things were a little easier. They walked in a zig zag smell everything manner. I allowed them to smell for a few minutes and then was able to get them to walk fairly rapidly for a few minutes. After they got going they really got going and other than yapping at other dogs they stayed pretty focused. When I took them back home they were still pretty jumpy. Jumpy in the way that they did not seem to get out a lot of their energy. They still barked a lot at the end of the walk too.
10 months ago
7 Years
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Most of the Yorkies I walk all tend to have pretty high energy and are always pretty eager to investigate new things and areas. They’re super friendly to people but can be sometimes territorial to other dogs over their walker, especially if it is a larger dog. They can bark a lot at larger dogs to intimidate them to compensate for their size.
10 months ago
11 Years
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Exploring
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Walking in it’s pretty much all business with these pups lol they’ll let you pet em but they don’t get overly excited they’re just ready to go out so their business explore and enjoy their fast paced walk, old or young they are like little energizer bunnies. Not overly affectionate with strangers but not aggressive either!
10 months ago
1 Year
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I think Yorkies are great dogs but definitely find them to be stubborn. I walk a few different Yorkies and they dont like to listen. They all like to walk for about 15 minutes but then get tired which is understandable because of their short legs. They do not shed alot and are perfect apartment dogs. I do find them to be a bit vocal though so just keep that in mind if you're moving into an apartment building with thin walls. All of the Yorkie's I have walked have been in excellent health and are very friendly.
10 months ago
1 Year
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The Yorkshire Terrier I walked was amazing! He was so friendly towards both people and other dogs! He was also very quiet, well behaved, and easy to walk. His energy was positive and playful. Overall, he's a dog you can't help but fall in love with!
10 months ago
1 Year
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Fetch
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I walked a teacup yorkie, so she was very small and attached to her owner. She did not want to leave a close proximity from her apartment, but she was really sweet and gentle. No aggression at all. Perfect lap dog.
10 months ago
2 Years
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She was a sweet girl once you got to know her, but she was very timid when I first got there. I walked her 3 times and all 3 times she was nervous when I came in and she would go in the corner and lay day, but once she realized I was friendly she got a little bit more comfortable with me and enjoyed going on walks and being rubbed. My experience with her was similar with another yorkie who was also very shy, so it may just be the breed.
10 months ago
4 Years
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Very curious and affectionate! He loved to play fetch and get pets. He had a very cute smile. The Yorkie I walked did not have any teeth but it didn't slow him down!
10 months ago
6 Years
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Both Yorkies that I have walked were very friendly and excited. They liked other humans but did not like other dogs, they would bark and try to fight the other dogs.
10 months ago
6 Years
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Both Yorkies that I have walked were very friendly and excited. They liked other humans but did not like other dogs, they would bark and try to fight the other dogs.
10 months ago
2 Years
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Attention
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I’ve owned my own Yorkie called Pink, and now living in NY I’ve walked another Yorkie called Rubie. Both are actually very similar. I find that Yorkies tend to be very needy when it comes to getting attention and being cuddled. They can be very hyper active and wanting to play, but they can also be stubborn. I find them to be a little difficult to train, but not impossible. The hard part about a Yorkie is that once they’ve made up their mind, that seems to be it. It’s hard to pull their focus to something else. Yorkies are friendly, and genuinely like people. They have no problem being petted by others and that’s because they enjoy getting so much attention. They are very loya animals, they are smart, and they will never forget you.
10 months ago
14 Years
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So adorable and very sweet...a little stubborn for such a tiny dog
10 months ago
10 Years
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What a wonderful breed! The Yorkshire Terrier has always been a favorite of mine due to their aesthetically pleasing attributes and wonderful temperament. Sure, they can be vocal at inoppertune times but they are such a joy to be around. Yorkshire Terriers carry a great reputation and are very friendly and open to interactions with almost all unfamiliar people and pups. They seem to be satisfied with a short, slowly paced, walk. They are great both on and off leash as they tend to stay by your side, often looking up to check in with a smile on their face.
10 months ago
5 Years
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I've walked this same yorkie about 5 times, and she is the sweetest and most hyper dog I've walked. Super friendly and always jumps and licks me when I want to play with her. She barks at other dogs, but will do absolutely no harm. This is definitely one of my favorite dogs because there's no pulling and it's a relaxed and enjoyable walk!
10 months ago
6 Years
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Consistently well-behaved on leash. Usually walks at a fairly quick pace. Always very happy to see me and greeted me with licks and climbed into my lap. Sometimes would need a little redirection on the leash; can be a bit stubborn at times, wanted to stay on his particular scent even though it was time to move on! Sometimes would attempt to lead the walk, but redirected easily enough when I let him know that I would be picking the direction of our next turn. Never experienced any problems when approached by other dogs. Seldom barks. I used to have a recurring walk this little fella and I was truly sad when the owner cancelled it, as I had grown attached to that sweet little face.
10 months ago
2 Years
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I have walked a few Yorkshire Terriers. They are very small in size and dependable to always have a good time. Everytime I have walked these cute dogs, they always are quick to greet me at the door and very excited to begin their walk. Super friendly and loveable dogs.
10 months ago
5 Years
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Definitely one of the must popular breeds on the LA area. this pups are sweet, but as with other dogs, it depends how they raise them. here they usually raise them like princess, so thats how they behave. very spoil and stubborn during walking. but is he/she is in the mood will tell you where to go defineltly. sweet and gentle won't pull. won't bite. Will just expect u to be your servant hahaha
10 months ago
5 Years
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Yorkies tend to migrate to one or two people. They are very loyal and protective. If you treat then like a baby they will forever act like one
10 months ago
2 Years
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Yorkies are always so cute and have some spunk in their step. They do bark a decent amount when arriving to the apartment and to other dogs. They are never aggressive though, and are very sweet pups who do love attention and to be affectionate. They are often quite small but mighty as they like to keep their walks to a pretty quick pace.
10 months ago
5 Years
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saying hi to other dogs
playing with squeaky toys
I used to think of Yorkshire Terriers as small yippy dogs, but all the Yorkshire Terriers I've walked have been so sweet and friendly. They rarely bark when I enter and are very excited to go outside. Once outside, they prefer a more leisurely pace and can sometimes be stubborn about moving on from a good scent they find. They're curious about other dogs but don't necessarily approach with a ton of energy. They love playing with squeaky toys and getting belly rubs.
10 months ago
2 Years
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Yorkies are great dogs with tons of energy. They are easily excitable at all times and love to yip and yap. They can be territorial and don’t always get along with other dogs, but they do make great family pets.
10 months ago
5 Years
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People watching
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The yorkie I walked was 100% yorkie. You could tell he loved his owner and wanted to be near her constantly. He was extremely interested in what was going on around him and what other dogs were doing outside. Alert and very sweet.
10 months ago
5 Years
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I have walked a couple of Yorkies and the majority of them were very shy at first. Some took quite a while to open up, but once you spend enough time with them, they are extremely friendly and loving. A few were rescues so were her anxious around new people.
10 months ago
5 Years
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I've found it hard to train Yorkshires, but I only tried it once. They're very affectionate and happy, but often make up for their size by barking at the unknown.
10 months ago
10 Years
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Belly rubs
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He was very sweet but happy. He also only liked dogs he knew and the same went for people. He was also very yappy but a total sweetheart!
10 months ago
Bell
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3 People
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She Loves to go Outside
Walk
And She loves to Lick and She Loves.
10 months, 2 weeks ago
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