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Yorkshire Terrier dog breed - photos and description

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Yorkshire Terrier

Main characteristics of the breed

Care:Most difficult to maintain
Molt:Sheds heavily seasonally
Need for activity:Virtually do not need physical activity
Tolerance of loneliness:Moderately addicted
Type of wool:Long - haired
Friendly to strangers:Love everyone
Intellect:Working intelligence
Learnability:Very easy to learn
Specialization:Companions, Decorative
Tendency to bark:They love to bark, They love to howl

The Yorkshire Terrier is a small, energetic dog with long, beautiful hair and a doll-like appearance.
  Attractive appearance, small size and playful, friendly nature make this breed very popular. Many people view these dogs as toys that need to be dressed, groomed, and cuddled. But Yorkies are true terriers: energetic, brave, loyal and intelligent. They need serious education, as well as care and loving treatment. Before getting a dog of this breed, you need to study its description, character traits, advantages and disadvantages, as well as reviews from the owners.
  Many people keep them as decorative dogs and living toys. However, this pet requires a lot of attention and care. Its long, silky coat is similar in structure to human hair and continues to grow throughout its life. Therefore, they need regular trimming and daily combing.

  Yorkies can become loyal friends and devoted companions for the whole family. They love to play with children and accompany their owners on walks and trips. Yorkies are smart, sensitive and hardy dogs. They are suitable for older people and can brighten up loneliness.
  The Yorkshire Terrier is suitable for anyone, even an inexperienced breeder who is willing to pay attention to him.
  However, the Yorkshire Terrier is not a pet for everyone. If you cannot devote time to caring for and communicating with a dog, you should not get one. There are not many disadvantages of the breed, but you should be aware of them before you decide to buy a puppy.
The Yorkshire Terrier is a loyal, cheerful and cheerful pet. They are very sociable and love to be the center of attention, but they are not intrusive and know when to step back. This makes them ideal companions for older people. These dogs sense people's moods and try to cheer them up.

  These dogs become attached to all family members, but choose one owner and obediently follow him, always accompanying him and sitting on his lap. They love to play with children and support any fun. It is not recommended to have such a pet in a house where there are growing children. If a child accidentally offends a dog, it may bite him.

  York is a terrier, brave, decisive and always protecting his owner, but there is no aggression in his character. In the UK they are called "big dogs in small bodies".

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