Yorkshire terrier

Posted on January 19th, 2017

yorkshire terrier

yorkshire terrier

Alternative Names:
Yorkie

Country of Origin:
Great Britain

History:

The Yorkie was originally bred to control rats in cotton mills and mines in Yorkshire, England. It was popular among the working class, especially weavers. Later, is became a fashionable pet during the Victorian age. Originally called a broken haired Scotch terrier, the breed was renamed the Yorkshire terrier by 1870. It is a descendant of the Waterside terrier, Old English black-and-tan terrier, rough-coated English terrier, paisley terrier, and Clydesdale terrier. It first came to the U.S. in the 1870s.

Physical Description:
The Yorkie is a very small, well-balanced dog with square proportions and a high head carriage. Its skull is small and flat; the muzzle is tapered with a small, black, button nose. The naturally erect ears are small and V-shaped. The distinctive coat is long, silky, and glossy, parted down the center of the black and hanging straight to the floor. The long hair on the head is parted or tied into a bow. The hair on the muzzle is long and blends into the chest hair. Puppies are born black and tan but by about two years old develop their adult steel blue and tan coloring.

Height:
7 to 9 inches

Weight:

3 to 7 pounds

Temperament:

The scrappy Yorkie is a true terrier. Despite its small size, it is courageous and assertive. It tends to get along well with most animals and children, but can become demanding and nippy if not socialized and trained.

Activity Level:
Moderate

Best Owner:
This is an adaptable dog that does well in a city or suburban home. It makes a good apartment dog.

Special Needs:

Dental care, grooming, socialization, supervision with children and larger animals, training.

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What is the price of a Yorkshire Terrier puppy

Posted on June 16th, 2016

The price of a Yorkshire terrier pup depends on:

  • availability
  • age
  • color

Call us for the current prices: (+32)015 75 59 42

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  • THE BUYER LOSES ALL THE MONEY THAT HE GIVES!

Buying a Yorkshire terrier at Woefkesranch:

  • a yorkshire terrier pup
  • a yorkshire terrier pup who is vaccinated
  • a yorkshire terrier pup who is dewormed
  • a yorkshire terrier pup who has a microchip
  • a yorkshire terrier pup with garantee
  • service after buying a pup: 24h/24h service for problems and questions
  • guidance with beagle parenting tips

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Our available yorkshire terrier  pups

WOEFKESRANCH International
B.V.B.A.Verschueren-Dyck
BTW BE 0436 258 191
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Marleen en Erik Verschueren
Slameuterstraat 29
2580 Putte
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Tel: +32 (0)15 75 59 42
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