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Age
13 Weeks
Birth Date
08-25-2022
Color
Black and Tan
Reference ID
25638

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There’s no hating the ‘Yorkie’ as it’s fondly called. Not only is this breed stylish and confident for its size, but it also has the glamorous appeal to warm every heart thanks to its long silky coat and perky topknot. There are few hassles with it because it can be taken just about anywhere thus making it the best option for most owners.

Petland is honored to offer the highest quality Yorkshire Terrier puppies who will be an instant in your family.

Also known as the Yorkie, the Yorkshire Terrier originated in England in 1861 under the breed name of the Broken Haired Scotch Terrier. In 1874 the breed’s name was changed to what it is today, Yorkshire Terrier. This breed originally served as a hunter, where it successfully helped eliminate small vermin in fields and farms. The Yorkshire Terrier is a very popular dog breed and is ranked among the most popular toy breeds around the world.

The Yorkshire Terrier is a feisty and lovable dog breed that loves its family. They are playful and have loyal and brave personalities with a very caring and easy-going demeanor. This breed has a long and proven history of making a fine family pet. They do great with children and other pets within the household. They also adjust well to apartment-style or conventional-style housing. There are many reasons why this breed has remained as popular as it has for generations.

The Yorkshire Terrier generally has a silky, smooth, and glossy coat. They enjoy a thorough daily brushing which will help to enhance the coat’s shine and overall appearance. This breed also does well with a warm bath every two weeks. Routine nail clipping is highly suggested, which will allow your dog to not only look his best but feel his best. Overall, this breed does not require excessive amounts of grooming, but the basics are very important.

Yorkshire Terrier puppies do need a lot of energy. As puppies, they are active and constantly growing. From the age of three months to twelve months, they tend to do best with four small meals a day. This will help distribute the energy they need, which will greatly help their mental and physical development. Using high-quality dog food is highly recommended. His meals should also be evenly spaced throughout the day to form a good routine.

  • The Yorkshire Terrier is a smaller dog that, at full maturity, will stand between seven and nine inches tall.
  • They average an adult weight that ranges from four to eight pounds.
  • Their average life expectancy is twelve to sixteen years.

Fact: The Yorkshire Terrier received its name from where they were developed, Yorkshire, England.

Fact: In the late 1800s, the Yorkshire Terrier was recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC).

Fact: Yorkies are born tan and black. As they mature, the black will transition to blue.

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