The practice of docking tails in the Yorkshire terrier breed in the United States.
Does your Yorkie need a little retraining? Here are some tips on crate training your Yorkie.
We’re reviewing the Puppy Pad Wizard and giving you a discount to get one for yourself.
Having a new puppy while going through a terrible loss was a challenge I was not prepared for. And, while no new puppy owner wants to consider major life changes affecting their bonding with their new addition, it can happen, and you need to be prepared.
Have you been looking for a gift for that special Yorkie owner in your life? Here is our top 10 list of 2014 gifts for the Yorkie owner.
One of the most difficult parts about owning a Yorkie is their stubbornness. This typically translates into potty training issues. House training difficulties are so common among Yorkshire terriers that our potty training post is one of our most popular.
This article goes through the symptoms of poisoning, treatment for poisoning, and a list of things that are poisonous to Yorkies.
Yorkies need a lot of exercise, so unless you are fortunate enough to have a big fenced-in back yard, you no doubt take your Yorkie on walks. There are a few things you need to know about leashes before you set out on your adventure.
You’ve no doubt heard the term “hypoglycemia” as it refers to humans, and you probably know that it is related to diabetes and blood sugar. But, what do you know about hypoglycemia as it applies to your Yorkie?
So, you want a yorkie puppy, but aren’t sure where to start. We’re going to give you some tips on how to find the right yorkie puppy for sale.
Ringworm is a common fungal infection in Yorkies. Ringworm causes hair loss and can be devastating to your Yorkie’s coat. Here’s what you should know about ringworm, including symptoms and treatment.
Luxating patella, sometimes called patellar luxation, floating kneecap, or trick knee, is a common issue in the Yorkshire terrier breed.