Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire Terrier

This dog breed have medium IQ in comparison to other dog breeds.

The dog breed is a hypoallergenic dog breed. Hypoallergenic is a term that means "causing below normal allergic reactions". No canine is known to be completely nonallergenic. They do not shed. The dogs do require plenty of grooming.

Yorkshire Terrier is medium difficult to drill. Careful observance training is important as the Yorkshire Terrier is a particularly sensitive dog breed. These dogs have medium energy in comparison to related dog breeds. The dog breed demands approximately snub running.

The Yorkshire Terrier posesses is combative and may act aggressively towards other dogs. These dogs can be great pets for older kids. These animals may reveal some predatory tendencies. They may bite while playing, but it is not always instinctively.

This dog breed tend to bark loudly and excessively. Yorkshire Terrier will sometimes not thrive in particularly hot climates. They do not thrive in particularly cold climates. This dog breed is known to be particularly playful. It is difficult to keep this dog breed home alone – most Yorkshire Terrier's really hate it. They can live in a small apartment.

Country of creation: Yorkshire Terrier's was bred in England.

Class of Yorkshire Terrier: Yorkshire Terrier is admitted in the F.C.I. database. The dog breed is included in the section «Toy Terriers» (3.4) in the class «Terriers». F.C.I. tag for yorkshire terrier is 86 and was added to the database 2009-03-26. American Kennel Club classifies the dog breed as «Toy Dogs». United Kennel Club recognizes the dog breed as «Companion Dogs» in their database. Canadian Kennel Club classifies the dog breed as «Toys».

Yorkshire Terrier Health status: Unfortunately, a select few may experience formidable health problems. Many Yorkshire Terrier's will get eye problems or eye sickness. Problems with tooth and gum is particularly common in this dog breed. Luxating patella (slipped stifle) is a usually seen in these dogs.

The dogs anatomy: This is a very little dog breed. Male dogs get as tall as 6 to 8 inches tall. Female dogs can grow to 6 to 8 inches tall. Male dogs get 6 to 7 pounds. Female dogs will weigh 6 to 7 pounds. The Yorkshire Terrier dog breed rarely get overweight. The yorkshire terrier has middle-sized erectile ears. The muzzle is particularly short. The coat is longhaired.

Colors of this dog breed is usually steal blue body and tail, and tan.

Other details about the yorkshire terrier: Likely lifespan for a yorkshire terrier is 12 to 15 years. The cost when buying for a yorkshire terrier puppy is about 1800 . Supply and demand will determine the final cost when buying. The dog breed is famous and effortless to find for sale. The yorkshire terrier were originally bred for ratting. This dog breed has also been named Yorkie.

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