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|The silky, small, luxuriant-looking Yorkshire Terrier is a bundle of joy, energy, and
companionship. It's not standoffish at all. In fact, it's one to tumble about and enjoys
playtime and petting. It is eager to please and loves its human attention and is very
sweet as a rule. It can even be taught not to bark, but it can also be used a stalwart
watchdog. The Yorkie, for short, is well suited to a small apartment. It gets plenty of
exercise indoors, and it doesn't like the temperature to be too cold. The dog is less than
100 years old, and it was originally used to hunt for rodents and other vermin. Their
blue and tan coat is distinctive. They average about 7 pounds, and they're only 6 to 7
inches high. The coat has a middle part along the spine, and it falls down flatly along
the left and right sides. The torso and tail are a steel, icy blue, and the remaining
portions of the dog are a hue of tan or fawn. However, the blue portion can be
replaced by gray or black shades with blue hints, tones or tinges that mix in
throughout. The Yorkshire Terrier is smart, witty, brave, and bold. It's not one to shy
away, and its small stature doesn't stop it from acting courageous and taking risks. It
has a round black button nose, docked tail, brilliant eyes, and it lives 12 to 15 years.
Toy dogs have a lifespan that approaches 15 years in most instances. The dog should
hold itself in a self-assured, upright pose, and it should have a confident stride with
head and tail pointing upward. Just because it's a small dog, it doesn't mean that it's
friable or frail. The dog does best around older, considerate, caring young adults and
children. It is prone to over-barking and high-strung neurotic behavior if it's teased,
played with roughly, or too sheltered. The Yorkshire Terrier does not have an
undercoat. Even though its outer coat is silky, fluid, and string-like, it will not shed.
Don't let appearances fool you. Their hair only comes out if it's cut, clipped, combed,
brushed, or pulled. It's akin to human hair. Some sources affirm that they don't give
off a smell when they're doused in water, and that people are less allergic to their
dander-free coats. The Yorkshire Terrier is rather intelligent as far as research shows.
They're able to obey new commands without much repetition, and they're very savvy
to catching on to new things. Despite its diminutive look, it will often claim Alpha Dog
status in the house full of other pets. They're not short on curiosity or drive, and
they're full of tricks. There's no standard temperament with Yorkshire Terriers because
some are aloof and others are friendly.