The Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire Terrier

With its beautiful, shiny coat, the Yorkshire Terrier has won over many hearts. Although the dog now mainly has the image of a show dog, the animal has worked hard in the past. The animal served in the mines and hunted vermin. Under the beautiful coat of this dog is also hidden a dog with a spicy character.

Originally, the Yorkshire Terrier was a dog for the poor. It is claimed that the Yorkshire Terrier descended from the Skye Terrier. Some Skye Terriers did not have a shaggy coat, but a soft coat. The fanciers of the original Skye did not like that. Yet there were groups who preferred the dog with the soft coat. This group created the Yorkshire Terrier.

In any case, the dog was popular among workers and especially weavers. Indeed, the dog hunted rats in the textile mills. With the emigration of weavers to England in the mid-19th century, the animal would have been introduced to England and especially Yorkshire. Soon it would become not only the dog of the worker, but also the companion dog of the upper class.

The Yorkshire Terrier is a popular dog, especially with people who live in the city. The dog is cheerful, playful and very lively. In addition, the animal is quite curious and likes to learn something new. The dog, like the other terriers, is quite independent. Combine this independence with its great intelligence and it will not surprise anyone that the dog can sometimes be a bit stubborn.

The animal is a fun family dog. The Yorkshire Terrier loves to be found on his owner's lap. However, the dog also has no objection to go out with his owner to discover the wide world. The Yorkshire Terrier can sometimes be a bit shy. The Yorkshire Terrier can be kept in the city, however, his owner should regularly go for a walk with him.

The Yorkshire Terrier is a small dog, but a true terrier. They are not easily scared and can be a bit overconfident. It is therefore good to socialize the dog well. If you do not, they may start barking at other dogs and sometimes even become aggressive. This is not wise, because larger dogs can react badly to this. It is also important to set clear boundaries for the animal. The Yorkshire Terrier looks cute and therefore can get away with many mischievous pranks. This is fine up to a point, but the dog needs to learn who his owner is and when he really needs to listen!

Characteristics Yorkshire Terrier

Specifications Yorkshire Terrier

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