Dog Breeds


 The Yorkshire Terrier, also known as the Yorkie or Yorkies, is named after a small county in Northern England, with its founding father a show dog named Huddersfield Ben, has become a popular dog breed over the years because of its small size and colorful character. Belonging to the Toy Group, this breed has a compact body with a long and well-defined blue coat. With lots of hair around its head, it is also necessary to keep the hair parted or well groomed to give the Yorkshire Terrier best visibility. Yorkshire Terrier puppies are black and tan at birth, with the black quickly turning to blue as the terrier matures. Yorkshire Terrier dogs are tenacious, intelligent, full of character, and alert, making it a well-rounded companion for families looking for a small dog.

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