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Yorkshire Terrier Personality - History


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(2).The Yorkshire Terrier is a lovely small “lap dog” and prefers to be around you most of the time. They are a true little Terrier and a loyal companion. Most Yorkshire Terriers are alert, active and inquisitive. In some cases they can be determined with a mind of their own but are faithful and loyal to their human family. They thrive on human companionship and will happily be included in family activities. They have a sense of fun and enjoy a game. Thanks to their alertness, they make good watchdogs and will bark if strangers approach the home. Although they are of small stature, they are generally a robust and healthy little terrier.
They have the courage of a large dog but are small. Yorkshire Terriers have a coat that does not shed and are therefore a hypoallergenic (low allergy causing) breed. They love comfort and snuggling on soft pillows or on your lap. Yorkie's have hair not coats and therefore their hair is not weather resistant like some other breeds. Yorkshire Terriers should live indoors with some periods outside for exercise. They are ideal for apartment living or homes with small backyards. Surprisingly, this fashionable little breed is over a hundred years old.


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The Yorkshire Terrier was created around the middle of the 19th Century by crossing a number of Terrier varieties that existed at that time.
This was done around the middle to north of England, especially in the County of Yorkshire, hence the name Yorkshire Terrier.
 
The "early" Yorkshire Terriers could be as large as 6kgs (14 lbs.) and were used, like other Terrier breeds, to kill rats. Over the time breeders produced a smaller, more beautiful dog that was a household pet and show dog, rather than a rat killer.

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ORIGINS: A nother version of History !

Britain is the home of the Yorkshire Terrier. It was   probably the first "man made designer Toy dog" to be   produced. Which began in England 1859. The Yorkshire   Terrier looks like a long coated classic lap toy dog   today. One of the smallest toy dog with a big   personality and a feisty nature, also a little   watchdog, by definition a small friendly companion.   He is easy to train and because of his small size,   he's easy to carry around.

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