T-Cup Yorkshine Terrier Puppies available.
Yorkie Puppies for sale
Puppies are 9 weeks old.
Vet checked, Micro chipped,
Price male R 5000
Price female R5500
vaccinated dewormed and ready to bring a lot of Enthusiasm into a family.
The Yorkshire terrier is energetic, feisty and domineering, but also affectionate. It is considered a good apartment dog, but it can be stubborn with house training.
Yorkshire Terrier At a glance
The Yorkshire Terrier Dog Breed
Yorkies are sensitive to cold and prone to chills, so they need to be protected appropriately.
Male: 1-4 kg.
Female: 1-4 kg.
Height at Withers:
Male: 17 cm.
Female: 15 cm.
Long back, upright ears (naturally)
Energy Level: Very energetic
Longevity Range: 14-16 yrs.
Tendency to Drool: Low
Tendency to Snore: Low
Tendency to Bark: High
Tendency to Dig: Low
Social/Attention Needs: Moderate
Small vermin hunting
Colors: Blue and tan
Overall Grooming Needs: High
AKC Classification: Toy
UKC Classification: Companion Dog
Yorkshire terriers are among the smallest of dogs, standing only 15-17cm tall and weighing anywhere from about 1-4kg.
They have a small head, and their muzzle is medium in length. The ears are v-shaped, set high, and carried erect. The body is compact with a level back.
The Yorkshire terrier's most notable feature is its coat, which is long, fine and straight. The hair is a steel blue color on the body and tail, and elsewhere it is tan. The tail is usually docked to half its natural length. Long hair on the top of the head is another characteristic feature and is often tied up with a ribbon, giving the dog a jaunty appearance.
Yorkshire Terriers live about 12 to 15 years.
The Yorkshire terrier's small size belies its true personality, which is energetic, feisty — and domineering. Yorkies are affectionate, but they also want lots of attention; the breed is a good choice for someone who wants to dote on a dog.
Yorkshire terriers make excellent watchdogs. But they can be snappy toward other children if not treated respectfully or gently. Some might also be aggressive toward other small animals, but some Yorkies live quite peacefully with other dogs and even cats.
Yorkshire terriers can be barkers, but it is possible to train them not to bark excessively. Some can also be stubborn about house training.
T-Cup Yorkshire terrier puppies forssale. Yorkie
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