Cutest Teacup Yorkie Puppies! Tiny Small
The Yorkshire Terriers (Yorkies) are a small adorable breed that many
tend to call “tiny yorkies” or “mini yorkies” even “toy yorkies” due to
The history of the yorkie breed dates back for over
150 years, and was initially written at the beginning of the 19th
century along with the migration from Scotland to England of workers
form the textile industry. The workers brought along a few varieties
of terrier breeds in order to use them as rats and mice hunters in the
mills and mines of Yorkshire (historic country of northern England ).If
at the beginning yorkies where used in utility purposes, by the end of
1800 many began seeing in these dogs excellent companion pets. Yorkies
where then considered luxury pets associated with wealthy people in the
Yorkshire Terrier is one of the most fascinating
companion dog breed. A teacup yorkie companion is the perfect choice for
people who live in small apartments. Loving and very attached to
family, playful and curious, independent and loyal, yorkies always
manage to get a smile from others around them. Being very sensitive, the
teacup yorkies need to be treated with a lot of love and affection.
is, without doubt, one of the most spectacular small sized breed, and,
also without doubt, yorkie is a true terrier, extrovert and energetic.
Yorkies are happy to join their owners in long walks and jogging
routines, but they can also be happy running around in small yards
surrounded by different toys. Yorkies are convinced they are much bigger
and they act like a genuine miniature warriors equipped with an
inexhaustible energy. Many will say that their yorkies choose, in the
yard or in the house, the best observation point where they can see
everything that is going on around them, sound signaling any movement
they might find unusual.
Yorkies are mostly popular for
possessing all the qualities of larger dogs. Being in its origin a breed
used in hunting, the yorkies have kept their adventurous spirits
unaltered. Despite their very fragile aspect these teacup yorkies are
real terriers, which means they will consume a lot of energy in
investigating their territory as well as other ones if given the
opportunity. Yorkies are also very protective and vigilant and, despite
their size, they are not intimidated by bigger dogs.
comes to training a yorkie, the exercises should be varied and
entertaining. Yorkies are known to be fast learning students if
approached with positive educational methods, but they also dislike
being ignored, so loud compliments when they learn new tricks are proven
to be very efficient. Yorkies will be pleased with short walks as often
as possible but they will also adapt to having a less active owner.
way owners treat their teacup yorkie puppies has a great role in what
the teacup yorkie adults will behave later on. When spoiled too much
yorkies tend to grow possessive about their food and toys.
Given the name Yorkshire Terrier in 1870, the teacup yorkie is still considered to be a luxury pet today.