Yorkshire Terrier

Also known as a Yorkie, the Yorkshire Terrier is a true and loyal companion. Described as having an air of importance, they are fond of attention.
Yorkshire Terrier Information

Average sizes and life expectancy of the breed

HEIGHT

8-9 Inches

WEIGHT

7 Lbs.

LIFE EXPECTANCY

13-16 Years

Yorkshire Terrier Information

Also known as a Yorkie, the Yorkshire Terrier is a true and loyal companion. Described as having an air of importance, they are fond of attention.

Playful and energetic, Yorkies are great with children but prone to separation anxiety when left alone. The Yorkshire Terrier does best in two-dog households.

With a tendency to bar a lot, Yorkies make great watchdogs.

Yorkshire Terrier Training

An easy breed to train, they are smart dogs who are food and praise-motivated. Barking problems can be fixed with property training.

Yorkshire Terrier Grooming

The Yorkshire Terrier’s coat requires daily grooming to prevent knots.

Unlike other breeds, which have fur, the Yorkshire has hypoallergenic hair that is growing constantly.

Yorkshire Terrier Exercise

The Yorkshire Terrier requires minimal exercise.

Breed Identification

COLORS

Blue And Tan. Yorkshire Terriers Are Born Black, Gradually Attaining Their Blue And Tan Coloration

HAIR LENGTH

Long

Breed Care

GROOMING

Every day

EXERCISE NEEDS

Up to 30 minutes per day

HEALTH CONDITIONS

Hydrocephalus, Entropion, Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, Portosystemic Shunts, Patellar Luxation

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