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..." True enough, and in the doggy world, they do not come much smaller than Yorkshire terriers. So here is my review about those tiny pooches, featuring Mollie, my little Yorkie. But first, a little about the breed and its origins. Historical Yorkshire terriers are one of the smallest breeds ... Read review
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This Yorkie's not for eating Review with images

AdvantagesThey keep us happy, healthy and well exercised

DisadvantagesExceedingly difficult to part with

"...not come much smaller than Yorkshire terriers. So here is my review about those tiny pooches, featuring Mollie, my little Yorkie. But first, a little about the breed and its origins. ===Historical=== Yorkshire terriers are one of the smallest breeds of dogs in the world; though not a particularly ancient breed, when compared with others. Its' ancestors, the 'Scottish Waterside Terriers,' were introduced into Yorkshire in the mid 19th century, ..." Read review
27.10.2010

Ciao members have rated this review on average: exceptional

Mans Best Friend? Yep! Review with images

AdvantagesLoyal, Playful and Excitable

DisadvantagesProne to health concerns as they get older, Very Territorial

"...the year before bought a Yorkshire terrier puppy and its mother was pregnant again with another litter. We telephoned the breeder and made arrangements for us to go and view the puppies after they had been born with the intention of just looking and had decided that we weren't going to make a decision straight away. ===Making a Decision=== We were wrong. As soon as we saw the litter of 8 puppies we knew that one of them would be finding a new ..." Read review
05.09.2010

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YORKIES - Not just for MEN Review with images

AdvantagesGreat to train and affectionate pets

DisadvantagesThere health issues can be the biggest problem

"...about the dog breed the Yorkshire terrier. === History === Many theories have been mentioned into the history of this dog breed but the one I agree with the most is the one I will mention here. In the early 1750’s due to the Industrial revolution most people worked in coal mines and textile mills and because of the main centre point for this was in Yorkshire people would take with them breeds of dogs such as the Clydesdale terrier and they were ..." Read review
26.01.2010

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Yorkies for a Yorkie lass that likes Yorkie pud!! Review with images

AdvantagesLoving and giving and very very loyal

DisadvantagesYap Yap Yap and sometimes have a mind of their own

"...the ridiculous. History ===== The Yorkshire Terrier is a British man-made dog and was introduced fairly recently. In the 1850's some Scottish weavers brought a small terrier dog with them from Scotland to Yorkshire. These 'Scotch Terriers,' sometimes known as 'Halifax Terriers' interbred with local small terriers. It is believed that Yorkies have some of the Manchester Terrier, the Maltese, the Skye, Dandie Dinmont and the Paisley terriers ..." Read review
01.08.2005

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A Pup Named Pendle Review with images

AdvantagesPlayful & don't require much exercise

DisadvantagesVery Small

"...will chase anything that moves! The Yorkshire Terrier breed was developed in the 1800’s and results from various crosses of the Dandie Dinmont, Maltese and Skye Terriers. Yorkies are very small dogs and are usually around 9ins (23cm) tall (short!) and they weigh in at around 7lb (3kg) Yorkies are usually black and brown in colour. Their colours and markings come out more as they grow up. When they are born, yorkies are mostly if not completely ..." Read review
14.01.2005

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