Teacup Yorkie

Teacup Yorkie

Antonio Aguilera, contributor

The Yorkshire Terrier most commonly known as the (Yorkie) it originates from Yorkshire a rugged region of Northern England. Yorkie’s were originally bred to hunt rats and rodents in the textile mills and coal mines back in the 1870’s. The Yorkie was introduced to America in 1872. and as Americans embraced Victorian customs they too embraced the Yorkie. Today the Yorkshire Terrier is the second most popular breed in the United States.

The Yorkshire sheds little to no hair and requires regular grooming and trimming of their long silky coat. Yorkies known as (teacups). Teacup Yorkies are purebred Yorkshire Terriers are demanding and require lots of human attention. The Yorkie is a brave little dog highly energetic and eagers for adventures. This toy breed makes for an exellent watchdog and defends its territory due to their true terrier heritage.

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