Yorkshire Terrier https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com Yorkshire Terrier As Pets Thu, 18 Jun 2020 07:11:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 How to Care for Yorkshire Terrier Coat? https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/how-to-care-for-yorkshire-terrier-coat/ https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/how-to-care-for-yorkshire-terrier-coat/#respond Tue, 23 Jun 2020 08:01:00 +0000 https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/?p=870 How to care for Yorkshire Terrier coat? Your Yorkshire Terrier’s skin produces natural oils that help to protect its coat and keep it moisturized. Grooming for dogs is not just about keeping it clean, it is mainly about improving and maintaining the condition of the skin. How to care for Yorkshire Terrier coat? Grooming your dog […]

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How to care for Yorkshire Terrier coat? Your Yorkshire Terrier’s skin produces natural oils that help to protect its coat and keep it moisturized. Grooming for dogs is not just about keeping it clean, it is mainly about improving and maintaining the condition of the skin. How to care for Yorkshire Terrier coat? Grooming your dog helps to distribute its natural body oils to keep his skin healthy, shiny, and soft. No matter what kind of coat your Yorkshire Terrier has, it is your job to groom it properly so it remains in good health. How to care for Yorkshire Terrier coat? In this article,you will learn the basics about grooming your Yorkshire Terrier – this includes brushing and bathing your dog as well as trimming his nails, cleaning his ears, and brushing his teeth.

Yorkie Terrier Coat

How to care for Yorkshire Terrier coat? Yorkie pups often have softer and thicker coat than adult dogs. This kind of coat helps to protect them and also keep them warm. In addition to these, the color markings are quite visible and bold as well. As they grow older, these coat colors will become lighter. Yorkies with silky coat sport a much smoother hair. The hair is straight and glossy which makes it look like a sheen. On other hand, cotton coats sometimes are referred to as wavy coats because they are thicker and have more waves compared to silky coats. Cotton coats are not that smooth just like silky coats making it hard to brush it. It only tends to grow no longer than a few inches making it quite kinky.

Coat Maintenance for Yorkies

How to care for Yorkshire Terrier coat? No matter what kind of coat your Yorkie dog has, it very important to keep it from being matted. Make sure your Yorkie dog is well – rested and also comfy before you brush its hair. Let him lie down on one side before you begin. You must use a wide – toothed comb to separate the hair, and create a horizontal line in the middle so that it’ll be easier for you to brush it.

The first thing you need to do is to start with the hair below the line, then pick up a small strip at a time and comb it until the strip is smooth so that the comb can easily glide through. Repeat the process with another strip. You can use this technique to ensure that all layers of the hair are thoroughly brushed and that there are no hidden mats underneath its layers. Once you’re done with the part below the line, you need to repeat the process on the other side of the hair. After combing, the hair should be free of mats and should look a bit fluffy.

Coat Grooming

How to care for Yorkshire Terrier coat? The wavy texture of the cotton coats requires a different kind of grooming procedure. Cotton coats are very prone to mats, which is why it’s very important to remove these mats whenever you are brushing your pet Yorkie. Make sure to check out the parts that are more prone to being matted such as the neck area, and the armpits. You need to brush towards the growth of its coat. You should never brush one area too many times and this is because the pins from the brush can damage your dog’s skin. The pins from the slicker brush will break apart the mats as you brush through them, so make sure that you work through the entire coat.

Make sure to use a grey hound comb. The grey hound comb has longer pins that can run deep into the coat and detect hidden mats. You need to work through the coat to see if there are any tangles or mats left on your pet. If the mats are too thick, and there is no way you can break them apart, what you can try to do is to shave them down. You can ask a professional groomer to shave the matted area for you.

Keep In Mind

You can groom your Yorkshire Terrier is to go over his body with a metal comb. Start at the back of the head and work your way down the dog’s neck and back, brushing in the direction of hair growth. Move on to the dog’s sides and comb the fur down each leg. Once you’ve gone over your Yorkshire Terrier with a comb to remove tangles you can do it again with the wire pin brush to collect loose and dead hairs. If your Yorkshire Terrier is a particularly high shedder (most Yorkshire Terriers blow their coats more than twice a year) you may also want to use an undercoat rake to remove dead hairs from the Yorkshire Terrier’s undercoat before they can be shed.

How to care for Yorkshire Terrier coat? After you’ve gone over your Yorkshire Terrier with the comb and brush he is ready for bathing. Remember, the Yorkshire Terrier doesn’t need to be bathed frequently – you should only do it when he really needs it. If you bathe your dog too frequently it could cause his skin and coat to dry out. When you do bathe your dog, be sure to use dog-friendly shampoo that will be gentle on his skin.

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Yorkie Rescue and Adoption Tips https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/yorkie-rescue-and-adoption-tips/ https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/yorkie-rescue-and-adoption-tips/#respond Mon, 13 May 2019 12:48:12 +0000 http://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/?p=535 Have you been dreaming of doing a Yorkie rescue? The great thing is that there are lots of shelters and rescue groups out there that are filled with dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds. These animals are in need of loving homes including a Yorkie rescue. In fact, the Humane Society of the United States […]

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Have you been dreaming of doing a Yorkie rescue? The great thing is that there are lots of shelters and rescue groups out there that are filled with dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds. These animals are in need of loving homes including a Yorkie rescue. In fact, the Humane Society of the United States estimates that around 25 percent of dogs in shelters are purebreds.  In this article, you’ll learn some tips about adopting a dog or doing a Yorkie rescue.

Yorkie Rescue: Is Adoption for You?

Tip #1: Consider your lifestyle.

One of the most important things you need to consider before making a decision to adopt a Yorkie or any kind of dog breed for this matter is the kind of lifestyle you have. You have to determine how much time can you spend with a Yorkie rescue dog. Are you a busy, single person with an active social life? Or perhaps you are a mom with kids and errands?

All kinds of lifestyles can surely accommodate any dog, however, there’s definitely a big difference between adopting a pup who’s not yet housetrained, and an adult dog that’s more disciplined and just willing to hang out or sleep whenever you’re out of the house.

You need to also consider the energy level of the dog, its size and all the expenses that comes along with it such as food, shelter, vet care, emergency care, grooming needs and other necessities.

It’s also important to note that there are Yorkie rescue dogs that are much easier to train than others. Keep in mind that the terrier breed are generally stubborn and tenacious which can be quite challenging and intimidating for a first – time owners especially those who absolutely don’t have any prior experience. You might want to stick to a dog that doesn’t have as challenging a temperament.

Tip #2: Consider your children

If you happen to have children who are still a toddler, or perhaps under seven years of age, then it’s best that you seek help from a professional trainer to accompany you when it comes to picking out the right Yorkie rescue dog. You would want to choose a pup that has the right temperament because according to statistics, the ages of two and seven are the largest populations to suffer dog bites.

Tip #3: Choose a shelter wisely

Ideally, you want to rescue a Yorkie from a legit local shelter or animal rescue group that’s well – maintained. However, try not to judge a facility from its exterior or discriminate between a no – kill shelter that doesn’t euthanize any dogs, and a city shelter with a euthanasia policy. Be sure to walk around and look in every kennel so you can choose the best possible option.

Tip #4: Assess the Yorkie rescue dog’s temperament and sociability

Yorkie rescue dog who looks back at you with soft, blinking eyes, low, wagging tail, a relaxed forehead, ears back and a spine that is not rigid can be considered a friendly dog.

Another test you can do is by simply closing your hand into a loose fist; you can then offer the back of your knuckles to the pup you’re eyeing, and make sure that it is at the height of his head. Once you do, you can then move your fist and turn it into a little square just around four inches in each direction. Hold your fist for about two seconds at each point.

Usually, the friendliest Yorkie rescue dogs will nuzzle or lick your knuckles at three out of the four corners of the square. You can easily identify a problematic dog because they won’t usually come to your fist, and most likely will sniff and jump away if you offer your close knuckles to them. Still, be sure to ask about the dog’s history and behavior.

Tip #5: Dog proof your home

You need to look at your space from a dog’s eye or point of view. You need to remove hazardous items such as wires, electrical cords, toys, shoes, bags or anything that you think the puppy can grab or chew on. Otherwise your Yorkie will most likely destroy anything that it comes across. If you plan to let your Yorkie out in the yard, make sure it’s fully enclosed and that your dog can’t dig his way out.

Tip #6: Stock up on basic supplies.

Make sure to provide your pet with food and water bowls, leash and collar as well as a travel carrier shelter as these things will come in handy when you bring your Yorkie rescue dog to other places. It’s also very important to have an ID tag on your new pet’s collar with your information.

You have to include your name and phone number in the ID tag so that he/ she can easily be brought back to you if you lost him/ her.

Also, you want to find out what your dog was fed at the shelter or rescue home. And this is because it’s best to start with a food they’re familiar with before making the transition to another food. If you do need to change your pet’s diet, do it gradually in order to avoid any stomach upset.

In addition to all these, make to provide toys and treats on hand as well as cleaning supplies. Nature’s Miracle is an example of a great odor – neutralizing cleanser that will remove the smell from any accidents the dog has in the house.

Tip #7: Adopt your dog at the beginning of a weekend and start to bond with it.

You need to spend time with your new Yorkie rescue dog when you first bring him home. If you’re going to be a working pet parent, try to at least take a day off. During those first few days, make sure to put your Yorkie in the part of the house where he will stay while you are at work and as a test, you can practice leaving him for a short period. This will help get your dog get accustomed to seeing you go and knowing that you will always come back.

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Different Types of Yorkie Haircuts https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/different-types-of-yorkie-haircuts/ https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/different-types-of-yorkie-haircuts/#respond Fri, 03 May 2019 12:46:26 +0000 http://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/?p=533 The different types of Yorkie haircuts we will discuss in this article include the three – layer style, and the Westie Style. We will also classify the Yorkie haircuts for each kind of coats and provide you with grooming tips on how you can maintain these Yorkie haircuts. Two Types of Yorkie Haircuts The Three – Layer Style This is […]

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The different types of Yorkie haircuts we will discuss in this article include the three – layer style, and the Westie Style. We will also classify the Yorkie haircuts for each kind of coats and provide you with grooming tips on how you can maintain these Yorkie haircuts.

Two Types of Yorkie Haircuts

The Three – Layer Style

This is one of the most modern Yorkie haircut styles that are already becoming quite a trend in the terrier world. Some dog groomers have perfected this kind of style but many are still having a hard time getting it right. This kind of Yorkie haircut gives your pet sort of a fluffy look. This is more widely done on female Yorkie dogs though the look can be used for both sexes. If you want to achieve this kind of style make sure to go to a groomer that has experience doing it. You wouldn’t want your cute little dog to come out looking like a hot mess.

The Westie Style

This is a medium – range type of Yorkie haircut that’s best for those who are highly active. The coat is usually cut just around one inch from the ground. This will allow your pet to sport this style without compromising their movement. It also helps them to clearly see which could be great for those who have eye problems.

This is a very flattering look and many pet owners choose this kind of style. Groomers find this Yorkie haircut easy to do, and while it take some time to do it compared to just doing a squared puppy hairstyle, it won’t take as long as doing the three – layer Yorkie haircut.

Yorkie Haircuts: Coat Types

Puppy Coat

Yorkie pups often have softer and thicker coat than adult dogs. This kind of coat helps to protect them and also keep them warm. In addition to these, the color markings are quite visible and bold as well. As they grow older, these coat colors will become lighter.

Silky Coat

As the name suggest, Yorkies with silky coat sport a much smoother hair. The hair is straight and glossy which makes it look like a sheen.

Cotton Coat 

Cotton coats sometimes are referred to as wavy coats because they are thicker and has more wave compared to silky coats. Cotton coats are not that smooth just like silky coats making it hard to brush it. It only tends to grow no longer than a few inches making it quite kinky.

Grooming Tips for Silky Coats:

No matter what kind of coat your Yorkie dog has, it very important to keep it from being matted. Here are the steps on how you can properly brush your Yorkie’s silk hair:

  • Make sure your Yorkie dog is well – rested and also comfy before you brush its hair. Let him lie down on one side before you begin.
  • You must use a wide – toothed comb to separate the hair, and create a horizontal line in the middle so that it’ll be easier for you to brush it.
  • The first thing you need to do is to start with the hair below the line, then pick up a small strip at a time and comb it until the strip is smooth so that the comb can easily glide through.
  • Repeat the process with another strip. You can use this technique to ensure that all layers of the hair are thoroughly brushed and that there are no hidden mats underneath its layers.
  • Once you’re done with the part below the line, you need to repeat the process on the other side of the hair. After combing, the hair should be free of mats and should look a bit fluffy.

Grooming Tips for Cotton Coats

The wavy texture of the cotton coats requires a different kind of grooming procedure. Cotton coats are very prone to mats, which is why it’s very important to remove these mats whenever you are brushing your pet Yorkie.

  • Make sure to check out the parts that are more prone to being matted such as the neck area, and the armpits.
  • Make sure to use a slicker type of brush. You need to brush towards the growth of its coat. You should never brush one area too many times and this is because the pins from the brush can damage your dog’s skin. The pins from the slicker brush will break apart the mats as you brush through them, so make sure that you work through the entire coat.
  • Make sure to use a grey hound comb. The grey hound comb has longer pins that can run deep into the coat and detect hidden mats. You need to work through the coat to see if there are any tangles or mats left on your pet.
  • If the mats are too thick, and there is no way you can break them apart, what you can try to do is to shave them down. You can ask a professional groomer to shave the matted area for you.

Common Yorkie Haircuts

The Show Groom

Another common Yorkie haircut is called the “show groom.” This is suitable for silk – coated Yorkie dogs.This hairstyle works only on silk coats because cotton coats are wavy and usually do not grow long enough for this style.

The hair is usually left uncut, and finely brushed every day. The hair will be long and slightly dragging on the floor.

The Outline Groom

This is another Yorkie haircut exclusively for silk coats. Similar to the Show Groom, the hair is uncut and finely brushed. The only difference is that with the Outline Groom, the hair on the head and mustache is trimmed shorter.

Yorkies are a wonderful breed since they possess a nice type of coat that can be transformed into various styles of Yorkie haircut. Grooming a Yorkie requires some knowledge about the hair type, but overall it is fun simply because you can be creative with the hairstyle for your dog that’s suitable for their personality.

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Yorkie Dog Attributes https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/yorkie-dog-attributes/ https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/yorkie-dog-attributes/#respond Mon, 22 Apr 2019 12:41:21 +0000 http://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/?p=528 The Yorkie dog attributes is one of the most popular dogs to have as a household pet. There’s no doubt that you have come across this dog breed many times whenever you’re strolling in parks, riding planes or trains, and even if you’re staying in hotels – they are everywhere! And that’s mainly because they […]

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The Yorkie dog attributes is one of the most popular dogs to have as a household pet. There’s no doubt that you have come across this dog breed many times whenever you’re strolling in parks, riding planes or trains, and even if you’re staying in hotels – they are everywhere! And that’s mainly because they are small and very convenient to carry around, so to speak. The Yorkie dog is a terrier and is known as the Yorkshire terrier in full. In this article, you’ll learn about the characteristics and origin story of the Yorkie dog.

Yorkie Dog: Physical Attributes

The Yorkie dog usually features a beautiful and flowing silky body coat with a golden tan – colored glimmer. It also sports a hair that splits in their spine and muzzle. Yorkie dog attributes come in two coat colors; sterling steel with a golden tan, and chocolate brown. They also have a lively; comically tuft of hair on their heads making on them all the more appealing to dog keepers. They weigh between four and six pounds and grow up to a height of around 8 to 9 inches. If these dogs are given the right care, Yorkie dog attributes can live up to fifteen years even if the average lifespan is just around 12 years.

Yorkie Dog: Origin

The Yorkie dog has been around since the early 1800s when it was first bred by English and Scottish workers who worked in coal mines and textile mills. Around the 1860s the workers experimented and bred the Clydesdale terrier with other local terriers breeds, and that’s when the Yorkie came to be.

The reason why the Yorkie dog was bred is that they are tasked to chase off mice, rats and other small creatures that were pestering the mines and mills. However, the story took a complete turn when the workers came with it to America. The upper – class ladies back then saw this adorable canine and were amazed by its beauty, personality, and cute size.

The Yorkie dog eventually became a first – class lap dog particularly for high – profile Americans. It quickly became a popular household pet as well. Since then, it has been a story of glory for the Yorkie breed as it continues to amaze people with its adorable quality making it one of the top bred toy breed dogs in the world.

Yorkie Dog: Temperament

The Yorkie dog is a curious, loyal and fun dog breed. Perhaps the best part is that it easily gets attached by its owners which also means that it highly rely on companionship, which is why you can’t leave it alone for long periods as it tends to develop separation anxiety. Yorkie dogs are very brave, smart, and confident but you might want to avoid turning them into spoiled brats otherwise it will be hard for you to train them, and they might become mischievous around strangers.

Yorkie Dog: Grooming

When it comes to grooming, the hygiene care for Yorkie dogs is almost the same with other terrier breeds. You have to make sure that the eyes and ears are well – groomed in order to prevent dirt build-ups. You also need to pay close attention to their hair, and regularly brush it to avoid hair tangling as it can be hurtful for your pet. When it comes to washing its coat, make sure to only use a mild shampoo to keep the dirt and dog fleas away. In addition to all these, make sure to clip your dog’s nails on a regular basis.

Perhaps the downside when it comes to keeping Yorkie dogs is that they usually have a bad breath. Bacteria is quite easy to build up in their teeth so make sure to frequently brush it using a dog toothpaste so that he/ she will have fresher breath and also prevent tooth decay or tooth loss.  

Yorkie Dog: Health Issues

Lots of Yorkie dogs suffer from various health issues such as glaucoma, tracheal collapse, reverse sneezing, hypoglycemia and heart disease among others. They also experience disorders like patella luxation and port systemic shunt. Most of these diseases and disorders are often inherited from their parent breed, which is why it is essential that you carry out background research on your Yorkie’s lineage in order to avoid these kinds of issues that are detrimental to your pet’s health. Also, ensure that you pay regular visits to your vet for checkups.

In addition to all these, your pet is also prone to progressive retinal atrophy though this is more rampant in young pups that are two years old and below. Most Yorkie dog attributes and other terrier breeds tend to also experience hypoglycemia at a young age; especially when they are stressed out, so make sure to talk to your vet about how you can prevent all these from happening.

If your pet is well – taken care of, they can live up to sixteen years! Keep in mind that Yorkie dogs are small fragile dogs, which means they need to be handled with care.

Yorkie Dogs vs. Morkies

Below is a comparison of the two breeds:

  • The Yorkie dog attributes is a pure breed while the Morkie is a mix of a Yorkie and the Maltese breed hence the latter will never be considered as pure even in it is a first generation offspring.
  • Morkies comes in various coat colors since it’s not a pure breed, while Yorkies only have a few variations in their coat colors.
  • Morkies are quite friendly pets but they are not welcoming to strangers and will often bark at anyone who they don’t recognize. This however, makes them great indoor watch dogs. On the other hand, the Yorkie breed doesn’t bark a lot but is somewhat mischievous around strangers.
  • The Yorkie has more dental – related problems while the Morkie has more eye – related problems.

At the end of the day, both breeds are adorable and it all comes down to your preference. If you love a smaller, cuddly and a dog that looks like a mass of fluff balls then the morkie suits you best, but if you like a slightly bigger dog that’s also incredibly adorable and clingy then a Yorkie dog attributes could suit you better.


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Tips for Breeding Your Yorkshire Terrier https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/tips-for-breeding-your-yorkshire-terrier/ https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/tips-for-breeding-your-yorkshire-terrier/#respond Sat, 16 Mar 2019 21:48:39 +0000 http://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/?p=493 Now that you know the basics about breeding dogs you can learn the specifics about Yorkshire Terriers. Breeding your Yorkshire Terrier has a gestation period lasting about 58 or 68 days (or 8 – 10 weeks). The gestation period is the period of time following conception during which the puppies develop in the mother’s uterus. The average litter size for […]

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Now that you know the basics about breeding dogs you can learn the specifics about Yorkshire Terriers. Breeding your Yorkshire Terrier has a gestation period lasting about 58 or 68 days (or 8 – 10 weeks). The gestation period is the period of time following conception during which the puppies develop in the mother’s uterus. The average litter size for the Yorkshire Terrier breed is between 3 to 5 puppies. Keep in mind that new mothers will often have smaller litters; the next few litters will generally be larger before the litter size starts to taper off again.

Again, the Yorkshire Terrier gestation period lasts about 68 days; but you won’t be able to tell that your breeding your Yorkshire Terrier is pregnant right away. By the 22nd day of pregnancy, the blood tests are already accurate. It is safe to perform an ultrasound on the pregnant dog around the 42nd day. Around day 45, your veterinarian will be able to feel the puppies by palpating the mother’s uterus. It is safe to use x-rays to confirm pregnancy and litter size by this time.

To increase your chances of a successful breeding, you need to keep track of your Yorkshire Terrier’s estrus cycle. Once your female reaches the point of ovulation, you can introduce her to the male dog and let nature take its course. Breeding behavior varies slightly from one breed to another; but you can expect the male dog to mount the female from behind (as long as she is receptive). If the breeding is successful, conception will occur and the gestation period will begin.

While the puppies are developing inside your female Yorkshire Terrier’s uterus; you need to take special care to make sure the female is properly nourished. You do not need to make changes to your dog’s diet until the fourth or fifth week of pregnancy. At that point you should slightly increase her daily rations in an amount proportionate to her weight gain. It is generally best to offer your dog free feeding because she will know how much she needs to eat. Make sure your dog’s diet is high in protein and fat to support the development of her puppies – calcium is also very important.

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Recommended Tools for Grooming https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/recommended-tools-for-grooming/ https://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/recommended-tools-for-grooming/#respond Sat, 09 Mar 2019 21:47:14 +0000 http://www.yorkshireterrieraspets.com/?p=489 Generally, Yorkshire Terriers have a long coat, which means you may need to regularly groom your dog to maintain its beautiful coat and skin – brushing a few times a week and bathing as needed should be sufficient. Nevertheless, it is essential that you have the right tools on hand to complete the job. Here is a […]

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Generally, Yorkshire Terriers have a long coat, which means you may need to regularly groom your dog to maintain its beautiful coat and skin – brushing a few times a week and bathing as needed should be sufficient. Nevertheless, it is essential that you have the right tools on hand to complete the job. Here is a list of several recommended tools for grooming and supplies below:

  • Wire pin brush
  • Metal comb
  • Undercoat rake
  • Small, sharp scissors
  • Dog-friendly shampoo
  • Nail clippers
  • A dog-friendly ear cleaning solution
  • Dog toothbrush
  • Dog-friendly toothpaste

As long as you have these supplies on hand you should be able to do most of your Yorkshire Terrier’s grooming yourself at home. Still, you might want to have your Yorkshire Terrier professionally groomed twice a year for good measure and so that you could know the recommended tools for grooming.

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