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Yorkie Puppies for Adoption

Over the years we have chosen and raised quality Yorkies and continue to keep selling commendable  Yorkies puppies at a high level.Our puppies are loved from birth from our hand selected breeders, many of whom have been with us for over a long time. Sometimes, we also have rescues. Come in today to adopt the perfect addition to your family. Our Puppies are born right here at home and we attend to Mom for each birth.

Yorkshire Puppies

Overview

The Yorkie is a fine boned little dog that weighs between three and five pounds, but not to exceed seven pounds. It is rectangular when viewed from the side, and the head is only slightly domed with a medium length muzzle. The upper and lower teeth meet in a scissors bite, which means the lower front teeth fit just behind the upper front teeth when the jaw is closed. The ears should be pricked, and the dog should seem very alert.

Character

Yorkies are very affectionate and devoted, and they enjoy spending many hours snuggling or playing. However, their treatment of other dogs, whether of their own breed or another, can be a little aggressive. Yorkies are highly territorial, as many Terriers can be. They will scrap to defend anything they perceive as one of their possessions. This inclination varies in strength for each individual animal, but it’s a mainstay of the breed’s temperament. This territorial nature leads to more barking than some other breeds.

Temperament

The Yorkie carries himself in a very upright manner, and his steps are quick and light. His gait is very smooth, and a dog in full coat looks as though he is gliding rather than walking. The topline should be level, and the tail should be held high when the dog is moving. The front legs should move parallel to each other when viewed from the front with nice reach forward when viewed from the side. The rear legs should also move parallel to each other when viewed from the rear, and the pads of the feet should be visible as the dog’s feet kick out behind him when he moves away from you.While these dogs are quite tiny, they don’t seem to be aware of that fact. Yorkies have true Terrier temperaments and therefore have the heart of a lion. Yorkies are very adventurous. They will chase anything that resembles a rodent and are known to be prolific climbers to the point of scaling four-foot-high chain link fences. Although they look like elegant Toy dogs, they are true Terriers in every sense of the word. To their human companions, Yorkshire Terriers are very affectionate and devoted, and they enjoy spending many hours snuggling or playing. However, their treatment of other dogs, whether of their own breed or another, can be a little aggressive. Yorkies are highly territorial, as many Terriers can be. They will scrap to defend anything they perceive as one of their possessions. This inclination varies in strength for each individual animal, but it’s a mainstay of the breed’s temperament. This territorial nature leads to more barking than some other breeds.

Coat

Yorkies require a good deal of grooming if you intend to keep them in long coat. Even though the coat is long, it does not carry the type of thick undercoat that a Shih Tzu has, so matting is minimal. A weekly bath and daily brushing will keep them in decent condition. It’s important to keep the hair around the feet and anus trimmed. The hair on the head should be tied up out of the dog’s eyes with a small rubber band. A bow is not required, but it’s part of the fun of owning one of these glamorous little canines. Yorkies can be kept in a shorter trim much like a puppy coat. This eliminates the need for a top knot. If you choose to keep your pet in long coat, simply part the hair down the middle of her back and brush it smooth. You’ll occasionally need to trim around the bottom of the skirt to keep it neat because Yorkie hair never stops growing.

Training

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Since Yorkshire Terriers are highly territorial, they have a strong instinct to mark their territory and tend to sprinkle around the house. Once this behavior begins, it is extremely difficult to curb. Great diligence is required for house training, and males are a little more difficult to train than females. It is a good idea to provide a spot for newspaper or Wee Wee Pads.

Exercise Needs

Yorkies aren’t necessarily hyper dogs, but like any Terrier, they do need enough exercise to burn off excess energy and avoid behavior problems. Toy dogs generally get a good deal of exercise just trotting around the house and playing, but it’s also important for the to go on daily walks. In addition to the exercise this brings, going on walks also provides much needed mental stimulation that can help stave off boredom. A simple, daily walk around a block or two will help keep your Yorkie in good physical and mental shape, and you’ll likely find you pet is better-behaved in your home as well.

Ownership

Help reduce the number of Yorkie puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.