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Yorkshire Terrier Puppies & Dogs for Sale 

Yorkshire Terrier is a small, toy-sized dog and they are popularly known as ‘Yorkie’. Each type of Yorkie puppy is different in color, coat, size, and breed. The Yorkie coat comes in different colors and they weigh around 5 lbs to 7 lbs. They are quite active, playful and sometimes the Yorkie can be very aggressive irrespective of their very small stature. The Yorkie puppies are affectionate, which makes them an ideal companion. Also, If they are trained well then they are the best choice as a pet for a home. They are adorable and often see people carrying Yorkie in their bags and purse. Yorkie puppy is one of the most popular dog breeds and has become a fashion symbol. Often named the most popular dog breed in various American cities, Yorkies pack lots of big-town attitude into a small but self-important package.

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Today in this internet age everything is just a few clicks away. If you are looking to buy Yorkie puppy then it is best to browse the web where you can find many portals that sell different breeds of dogs online.  There are many online breeders where you can find what you are looking for at the best deal. However, before purchasing a Yorkie from an online breeder it is imperative to consider a few things, for instance, the breeder experience, whether the breeder provides the certificates, vet reference, the age of the pet, and various other things. Most importantly, one must ask about the price of the puppy before purchase as many breeders sell Yorkie puppies at higher prices.

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Known for being great city dogs, Yorkshire terriers are ideal for flat environments. They can be a bit skittish at first, so slightly older children who understand how to handle small animals are preferable. Having the patience to devote to a Yorkshire terrier puppy is key, as they’re an intelligent, affectionate breed that loves being with their humans. They enjoy learning new things, so take the time to get to know your Yorkie puppy’s spunky personality and don’t hesitate to train them in basic obedience and fun tricks.  It may be surprising to know, but adopting a Yorkshire terrier puppy is possible. Most breed rescues report that a majority of their rescue dogs come from individual owner surrender, with the most common reasons being a change in lifestyle or the breed not being right for the owner. This means that there may be many dogs and puppies out there that are looking for a new forever home. The main difference between a breeder and a rescue is that a rescue may not always have young puppies to choose from. The benefit, however, is that most are mandated to only adopt out dogs that have been microchipped and spayed/neutered. This means you may end up with a dog that’s already been housebroken, and doesn’t need these common medical procedures. You may also find a Yorkshire terrier mix that has all the traits you want from the breed, but with a little extra thrown in. Finding a Yorkshire terrier rescue can be as simple as searching the internet.

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Shimmering steel blue and sparkling gold in the sunlight, a Yorkshire terrier’s lustrous fur is something to behold. With two-toned fur cascading downward, Yorkies are prized toy dogs due to their regal appearance and sassy attitude. Yorkie puppies love bonding with their humans through consistent and loving affection. One very notable Yorkie named Huddersfield Ben kept the breed alive. Though terriers on average only weigh 3kg (7lbs), Huddersfield Ben clocked in at over 5kg (11lbs) and was a champion rat catcher in the mid-1800s. He sired a litter of puppies that many say are the ancestors of modern Yorkshire terriers.