Yorkshire terrier

The Yorkshire terrier , also called yorkie or york, is a small sizeddog or toy . If you are considering adopting one, it is very important that you first inform yourself about the character you have and other factors related to a Yorkshire.

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Knowing about your food, the size you will reach as an adult and how to carry out your training are some of the basic things that you must have clear before adopting one, remember that a dog can accompany you for many years and you should be quite responsible when it comes to welcoming you.

If you are thinking of adopting an adult or puppy dog, then at YourCatCareguide you will find everything you need to know about this wonderful breed that is Yorkshire.

 Source
  • Europe
  • United Kingdom
 FCI Classification
  • Group III
 Physical characteristics
 Height
  • 15-35
  • 35-45
  • 45-55
  • 55-70
  • 70-80
  • More than 80
 Adult weight
  • 1-3
  • 3-10
  • 10-25
  • 25-45
  • 45-100
 Hope of life
  • 8-10
  • 10-12
  • 12-14
  • 15-20
 Recommended physical activity
  • Low
  • Average
  • High
 Recommended weather
 Type of hair

The origin of the Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire appears for the first time in the nineteenth century , when it begins to develop a small breed of terriers, easy to maintain for hunting mice. Up until the year 1860 is when it is presented officially and in contests, the Yorkshire terrier we now know and such was his popularity that raged in different competitions and exhibitions. It is believed that the Yorkshire breed may be descended from the English toy terrier, the skye terrier or the dandie dinmont terrier, among many others and that its origin is not at all clear.

It was an easy breed to take care of and educate, with very beautiful physical characteristics and nothing aggressive with people, but with animals yes, because it was their main task. It was perfect for any kind of family, also because it was one of the most “economic” races that existed.

As we have already mentioned, the Yorkshire terrier was used among the most humble classes for the elimination of rat pests . Despite its small size, it was known that the Yorkshire of the miners killed without fear of many of these rodents. They were so popular that they began to participate in various “sports” related to the death of mice and the stakes of the time.

Later it was the British bourgeois who found in the Yorkshire terrier a sweet and cute companion dog and began to stop using it for rodent hunting. However, the history of Yorkshire as a rat hunter still accompanies them, as they are very alert and hunting specimens.

Physical characteristics of the Yorkshire terrier

The Yorkshire terrier is a small or miniature dog , sometimes also determined as “toy”, since there are copies of only one pound of weight. Even so, we mean an average of 3.1 kg overall when it reaches adulthood. On the other hand, we note that there are also Yorkshire with up to 7 kg. The size they will reach will depend directly on their parents. The physical characteristics of the Yorkshire Terrier come determined by breed standard, which has the following skin characteristics, size or types:

The Yorkshire has a compact body, an abundant by the medium-long-length . The hair is straight, shiny, silky and combines the different shades: black, fire and dark blue steel. We also emphasize that it is a race known and popular for being hypoallergenic , since losing little by the and conserving certain properties in its skin does not usually provoke allergic reactions easily. It is an easy dog to brush and take care of in general.

Finally, we talk about their ears, they should always end up in tip, keeping up as if the dog was on alert. But if this is not your case and your Yorkshire has fallen ears, you should consult your veterinarian to know what to do to get your Yorkshire ears up.

Yorkshire character

Yorkshire stands out as an alert, intelligent and very active dog . It is an excellent breed to live with all types of families, since it adapts very well to any medium. One of the attitudes that can bother you and that you should take into account before adopting one is that it can adopt the habit of barking a lot, since it is a watchful and alert dog by nature. If that is not to your liking you should think of other, quieter races.

Other characteristics of this breed’s general character may be to its super protective and challenging attitude, amazing in a small breed. It should be very clear that Yorkshire education should start as long as you are a dog with the socialization process so you can enjoy a sociable, well-trained and mentally healthy adult dog. In general, we speak of a dog very affable and attached to their relatives , easy to treat and really very affectionate. It is perfect for any family.

Care of the Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire is a dog that does not need much care, however should take into account some general details that will help us to keep it happy, clean and beautiful for longer.

The first and most important thing will be to brush our dog regularly, at least every two days if we leave the long hair, since it is susceptible to us and accumulate dirt. Also, if we do not try to avoid the appearance of us then it will be much harder to eliminate them.

The tremors that accompany the small body of the Yorkshire are usual, either because of the cold or stressful situations. It will be important to prevent the cold by using clothes for small dogs and protecting them from rain.

Bathing Yorkshire is also very important to keep your hair dandruff free, another worrying factor for allergy sufferers. The regularity with which you should bathe your Yorkshire is usually about two weeks , although this depends on the particular dog, the length of the hair or how they are usually soiled in the park.

Yorkshire dressage

The Yorkshire terrier training will start from your socialization , which is the presentation of the medium to our dog. It is very important that you learn to meet other people, dogs, cars and objects of all kinds so that you do not develop fears, phobias or aggression in your adulthood. While it is good for your dog to meet many people and animals, you should make sure that your feelings at this stage are positive for him. Avoid scares, assaults or bad attitude at all costs.

After their socialization stage, the Yorkshire should start in training , either in a group or individually at home. It is very important that you learn the basic commands such as: sit down, be quiet and come, as they will help you to stay safe in the city and avoid other dangerous situations. In addition, practicing obedience with your dog will help to form a good relationship with him .

Although it is strange, it will also be crucial to add different types of jokes to your usual routine. This allows them to evaluate voltages and burn the accumulated energy. Use teetherers, the Kong or other tools, this will be very positive for your Yorkshire.

Yorkshire terrier health

A Yorkshire dog can accompany us for a long time, living between 15 and 18 years , if we give them good care and stay away from some diseases typical of the breed. The following are the most common ones so that you can detect them in time: dislocation of the patella, spinal problems or congenital hydrocephalus.

In addition to degenerative or hereditary diseases, Yorkshire usually suffers from dislocation problems if they play with children or other puppies larger than it, which they may exert too much force on. Explain well to your children how they should behave , since it is a small, delicate animal.

Emily Harris
 

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