Adorable Yorkie Puppies
leaving our family is probably pretty stressful. It’s most important for your new puppy to eat. You want to keep that tummy full. Make sure it has some “quiet time” to eat the first few days.
A bowl of dry chow should be made available 24/7. Yorkies are “grazers”, eating just a few pieces of chow at a time. Normally, when you see an over-weight dog, it’s because they are fed only once or twice a day. Hungry or not, they feel that they must eat, consuming more calories than needed. Grazers don’t over-eat, so don’t be concerned they will “pig out”.
Yorkies should also be fed canned wet food daily. In a separate dish, just a spoonful or so. It’s a good source of nourishment.
Medium milk bones keep teeth clean.
REAL beef bones are a must. (Never chicken or pork bones.) Beef bones are natural. They keep gums healthy and really work on those teeth. Canines have been chumping on these forever! We are all guilty of leaving behind the good things nature offers.
Feed a raw egg 2x a month in a separate dish. Natures most perfect food will give your dog great skin and a glossy hair coat.
Water. Offer in a clean dish 24/7. They don’t drink much, but is important to good digestion adorable yorkie puppies
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Yorkie puppies are , so despite their adorable, tiny exterior (of which they are totally unaware), their stubborn temperament can sometimes make them a little defensive towards the rough manner in which kids may handle dogs. However, so much of a dog’s behavior and temperament has to do with socialization and training, and thus Yorkie can happily live harmoniously with children if they receive proper training! As with any breed, it is recommended that your child is always supervised when interacting with your Yorkshire Terrier to keep both the child and dog safe.