• Yorkshire Terrier

    Yorkies have long shimmering coats and charming facial expressions. Because of its size, the Yorkshire Terrier is considered a toy breed.

  • Group: Terrier
    Lifespan: 11–15 yr
    Height: 7–8 in
    Weight: 2–10 lb

  • Care

    If kept long, the Yorkshire Terrier's coat requires daily brushing. It's best to trim or tie up the hair on the upper part of your Yorkie's head (i.e., the bangs). This prevents it from irritating the eyes. To simplify grooming, some owners opt to clip their Yorkie's coats short. In addition to weekly baths, check your dog's ears regularly for any debris, and clean them as needed.

    In addition to weekly baths, check your dog's ears regularly for any debris, and clean them as needed.

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  • Disorders

    Patellar luxation Portosystemic shunttracheal collapse Retinal dysplasia
    Cataracts, colour dilution alopeciacongenital hypotrichosis Cryptorchidism, retained testicle Entropion Hydrocephalus Hyperadrenocorticism ( Cushing's syndrome) Keratoconjunctivitis sicca ( K C S) - "dry eye" Legg- Calvé- Perthes disease Patent ductus arteriosus ( P D A) Progressive retinal atrophy Shaker dog syndrome Urolithiasis (stones)
    Corneal dystrophydermoid sinus

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.