Yorkies

Yorkie

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Yorkies are in high demand as they have made a name for their self being a purse puppy.

Many famous people are seen holding a Yorkie. Yorkshire Terriers become attached to their families, but most maintain some measure of independence. They have a boisterous Terrier personality that far exceeds their small size. Yorkies are lively, bold, and intelligent (scoring in the top third in dog intelligence tests).

They bark when they sense danger. Due to their strong ‘alpha-dog’ personality, the Yorkshire Terrier may not be suitable for inexperienced owners. They are hypoallergenic and non shedding. Fun, playful but at the same time independent.

Size: The Yorkshire Terrier 4-14lbs Yorkshire Terriers have a small, flat head, level or scissors bite, dark, intelligent eyes, and small, highly set, ‘V’-shaped ears. Not all Yorkie ears stands up, sometimes only one will stand up. They have a flat back, round ears, and tail carried high.

Coat: The Yorkshire Terrier has a very long, straight, silky coat which is golden-brown at the head, chest, and legs. The color and texture of the coat are perhaps the most important show trait. Puppy Yorkshire Terriers are born black and tan and gradually attain their natural color.

Show dogs are groomed with the hair grown out long (sometimes trimmed to floor-length) and parted down the middle of the back. Yorkies have no undercoat and shed little.

Character: Yorkshire Terriers become attached to their families, but most maintain some measure of independence. They have a boisterous Terrier personality that far exceeds their small size. Yorkies are lively, bold, and intelligent (scoring in the top third in dog intelligence tests). They bark when they sense danger. Due to their strong ‘alpha-dog’ personality, the Yorkshire Terrier may not be suitable for inexperienced owners.

Temperament: The Yorkshire Terrier is tolerant of older children, provided they respect its personal space. Due to its small size and bold temperament (which arises from its working origins) the Yorkshire Terrier is not recommended for young children unless carefully supervised. The Yorkshire Terrier can occasionally be a bit too brave when dealing with larger dogs, but gets along fine with cats and other household pets. Yorkies prefer life indoors, and are especially unsuited to cold climates.

Care: The Yorkshire Terrier requires intensive brushing and combing on a daily basis. If this is too time-consuming, the coat should be trimmed professionally. The Yorkie’s hair should be kept out of its eyes by a rubber band or a bow. Loose hairs should be regularly removed from ear passages. Yorkshire Terriers have a lifespan of 12-15 years. Yorkie puppies are prone to hypoglycemia (diagnosed by listless behavior and shakiness) Yorkies under 3 pounds are especially susceptible to diarrhea, vomiting, tracheal collapse, anesthesia sensitivity, and injury.

Training: The Yorkshire Terrier is intelligent and capable of learning quickly with consistent training, but some prolong the process with their independent, stubborn nature. The Yorkshire Terrier is considered to be one of the more difficult breeds to housebreak.

Activity: The Yorkshire Terrier can have most of its needs met through indoor play, but still prefers a daily walk or romp in a fenced-in yard. Yorkshire Terriers are well suited to apartment life.

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Comments

  1. Lisa Masto says:

    Hi! What is your price range for Yorkie female pups? Morkie’s?

    • tlcpuppylovewm says:

      Micro T-cup 3-4 pounds $1800.00
      T-cup 5-7 pounds $1500.00
      Toy 8-12 pounds $1250

      Right now all we have born are the micro t-cup and t-cups

  2. would like to know when will you have more puppies

    • tlcpuppylovewm says:

      Have you ever found a Yorkie? I have a litter ready on Christmas Eve 2 males 3 females
      See them on my t-cup Yorkie page at http://www.tlcpuppylove.com
      Happy Thanksgiving
      Stacy Collins
      904-838-9628

      • Lizette marquez says:

        Do you still having the female Yorkie? Can you let me know?

      • tlcpuppylovewm says:

        Sorry they all have deposits but my sister just had a litter of three girls but they won’t be available for almost 8 weeks.
        Let me know if you would like to place a deposit on one
        Stacy
        904-838-9628

  3. Emily Windfelder says:

    Hello – Do you plan to have any toy size yorkies available soon? We’re looking for a female. Also, what size are the yorkies from your sister’s litter? Thank you.

    • tlcpuppylovewm says:

      Yes She had three girl but lost one so she has 2 females I think they are 4 weeks old. I had her keep them at her house because I was getting everything ready for my moms surgery. Which she finally had this morning, now recovery time. I will probably have her bring them in two weeks so I can finish training them. I do have one lady that gets pick of the two

      Stacy

  4. Maggie mcdaniel says:

    Looking for a tcup yorkie or yokirepoo
    Bought 2 puppies from you previously
    I bought one and my daughter bought one,both yorkie

    • I only have 1 male yorkipoo right now he is Bam Bam all black estimated adult weight 4.8 to 5 lbs
      Call me at 904-838-9628 if your interested
      My T-cup Yorkie all have deposits

      Stacy

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