Winter Protection For Your Yorkie’s Paws

Winter Protection For Your Yorkie’s Paws

Winters are rough on your Yorkie’s paws Winter brings visions of snowmen, warm clothes and snuggling before a fire with your special pup. But the dry air, sleet, and snow can be especially hard on your Yorkie’s paws. Not only can pads become chapped and cracked, but...
Yorkie Car Sickness Part 2

Yorkie Car Sickness Part 2

Tips to Help Motion Sick Dogs and Puppies In part 1 of Car Sickness & Your Yorkie we discussed what caused a dog to get sick when they travel in cars. Now let’s take a look at how to help your Yorkie adapt to riding in a car without getting sick. Motion...
Yorkie Car Sickness Part 1

Yorkie Car Sickness Part 1

Why Yorkies Get Car Sick Car sickness in dogs often comes on suddenly when we least expect it. Suddenly, our happy tail wagging travel partner is no longer enjoying the ride and getting sick in the back seat. Or, worst on the passenger’s lap. A sick Yorkie...
Did you know about Yorkshire Terriers

Did you know about Yorkshire Terriers

So much to know about the Yorkshire Terrier Got allergies? No problem! This dog is considered to be hypoallergenic. That’s because they have human-like hair, not fur. Fur holds more dander than hair. Dander can irritate people. And here’s another big word...
3 Common Questions to Discuss With Your Vet

3 Common Questions to Discuss With Your Vet

Ask These 3 Yorkie Health Questions It’s important to care for your Yorkie throughout its entire life. This means that you need to schedule regular visits to the vet. Otherwise, they could end up getting sick without you even realizing it. Your goal should be to...
Caring For Your Yorkie Their Golden Years

Caring For Your Yorkie Their Golden Years

Are You Ready For Your Yorkies Golden Years? As a smaller breed, your Yorkshire Terrier can live well into the teens. Between the ages of 8-10, a Yorkie is considered to be a senior. Caring for a Yorkie in their golden years requires some adjustment in the timing of...

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