From a working-class “ratter” to recognition as one of the world’s most prestigious pure breeds, the Yorkshire Terrier is an icon of breed shows and a favorite the world over.
Seven pounds of silky floor-length hair, the Yorkshire Terrier’s elegant disposition would not be out of place on the lap of a palace-dwelling royal.
Don’t be fooled. The “Yorkie” maybe a toy-size terrier, but the little canine possesses a tenacious, often feisty temperament that quickly elevates the bossy pooch to the top of the familial hierarchy.
Hypoallergenic, compact and delightfully intelligent, Yorkies are the perfect city-dwelling companion. In fact, Yorkies are so well-suited to apartment living that they are frequently recognized as the most popular dog breed in cities across the U.S.
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A relatively new breed, the Biewer Terrier originated in Germany in 1984 when a Yorkshire Terrier with white markings was born. Over the years, the Biewer has been developed as an entirely separate breed. The Biewer is confident, loyal and clever, and makes a wonderful companion for families and individuals. This dog loves to play and spend time with people, and is generally quick to learn. Biewer Terriers will be between 4 and 8 lbs. when fully grown, and are considered hypoallergenic, making them well-suited for Allergy Sufferers.
The Shorkie is a cross between a Yorkshire Terrier and a Shih Tzu. This tiny dog has no idea how small it is, as it certainly has the attitude and personality of a big dog! This mix is dedicated, loving and loyal and would make a wonderful addition to any home, including those living in apartments or families with children.
The Yorkiepoo is a cross between a Yorkshire Terrier and a Toy or Miniature Poodle. This fun-loving dog is gentle, affectionate and intelligent. At the same time, they love to be active and tend to be vocal, so they make great watchdogs. Yorkiepoos make amusing, devoted companions and are perfectly suited for apartment life, but would also enjoy living in larger spaces.
The Morkie is a cross between a Maltese and a Yorkshire Terrier. Both parent breeds are known for having a lot of personality, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that the Morkie does as well! Morkies are inherently happy, loyal and strive to please their owners. They love to play and exercise, and are confident around other pets and strangers. As long as they have a lap to sit on, they do equally well in apartments or larger living spaces.
Chorkie is a crossbreed between the Yorkshire Terrier and the Chihuahua, and it was initially bred in the early 1990s. Just like the other mix-breeds, Chorkie’s temperament can uniquely assimilate to its parent’s characteristics. Chorkie has a high energy level, so they require lots of daily exercise and playtime. This breed is intelligent, confident, self-assured, and highly trainable, but can also be stubborn and might refuse to follow the rules, even from his puppyhood. Keeping this breed can turn into a nightmare if you don’t give him proper leadership. Such as Chihuahuas, Chorkies may often feel to bark and alert their pet-parents if they suspect anything unusual. This dog is a good choice for singles or families with older children. The size of the Chorkie is about 6 to 9 inches, and its weight is about 8-10 pounds.
The Australian Terrier is alert, friendly and lively. The first Australian breed to be recognized, this small, sturdy dog was bred to exterminate rodents and snakes, and came to the United States in the 1940s. The Australian Terrier has a rough, wiry coat that is usually red or sandy in color, and is adaptable and makes a wonderful pet in any size living space. These confident pups love to be active, are excellent watchdogs, and do well with families as well as with individuals.
Borkie is a crossbreed of the Yorkshire Terrier and the Beagle, and don’t get confused by the Yorkshire Terrier and Bichon Frise mix. Borkies are fun and loving mix dogs; for their owners, it can be hard to resist them. This breed is very popular because it makes an excellent family dog. Borkie has a high energy level and enjoys being active, so make sure your Borkie gets plenty of walking and playing time in order to release his energy. This breed loves the attention; he will definitely bring a smile on your face. They love to cuddle and snuggle a lot; also, they can easily make friends with other people. Borkies tend to bark a lot and also can howl like Beagles. They are very smart and easy to train; they desire to learn new things, but be patient because they can become distracted easily. This is the breed that can easily be trained even to dance or walk in circles. Borkie is a small-sized breed and weighs between 20 and 25 pounds.
The Silky Terrier is a confident, playful breed that was historically known to hunt snakes in Australia, its country of origin. While it is often mistaken for a Yorkshire Terrier, the Silky terrier is actually a cross between the Yorkie and the Australian Terrier. This smart, highly trainable breed is born with a shiny black coat that, over time, turns into a lovely blue color. Silky Terriers make wonderful companion animals and do well children. They are adaptable and can live in any size space.
The Yoranian is a combination of the Yorkshire Terrier and the Pomeranian. Despite their petite size, this little dog is well built, sturdy, and has a big dog attitude. When socialized from an early age, they tend to get along with children, although they should always be supervised. This happy breed makes a great companion as they bond very closely with their family.
One of the oldest of the European toy breeds, the Maltese has been a lap dog to royalty for centuries. This all-white dog has silky hair instead of fur, often making it more tolerable for those who are allergic. Maltese love to be pampered, cuddled and held, and typically form strong attachments. They are gentle and affectionate, and are easy to train, especially when training is started early. Maltese have a medium energy level and do well indoors or in Small Living Spaces. This breed is known to be by their owners’ sides at all times, and is sure to charm anyone they meet!
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