Halloween is a fun time of year, but can be dangerous for your Yorkie. Here are a few tips to keep your Yorkie safe this Halloween.
Taking care of your Yorkie’s teeth is an often overlooked part of the grooming routine. Here are ten steps to keeping your Yorkie healthy through dental care.
Luxating patella, sometimes called patellar luxation, floating kneecap, or trick knee, is a common issue in the Yorkshire terrier breed.
Hot weather can make us all uncomfortable, and it poses special risks for your dog. Yorkies and small dogs in particular can overheat quickly. Dehydration also poses a serious risk for little ones.
Whether you are planning a trip with your Yorkie or leaving your Yorkie at home, here are some vacation tips for the Yorkie owner.
We were given the exclusive opportunity to speak with Petcurean’s Health and Nutrition Specialist. Read our interview with Michele Dixon, Pet Nutrition Specialist.
For Yorkies that spend a lot of time indoors, winter can be a harsh time on their skin. We are going to talk about a simple solution to combating dry skin during the winter months.
Do you know what a responsible pet owner is? Are you doing everything you can to be a responsible Yorkie owner? Here is a list of things a responsible pet owner does.
Did you know that February is Responsible Pet Owners Month? Today we’d like to share some tips about training your dog in a reasonable and responsible way.
One question we are asked all the time is, “How do I get rid of tear stains?” It’s one of the most common Yorkie grooming questions.
It’s known by many names, but Leather Ear can be responsible for hair loss on your Yorkie’s ears, nose, end of tail and hocks. Here’s what you need to know about treating Leather Ear in your Yorkie.
With winter weather now upon most of the country, many Yorkie owners, like me, are dreading outside potty trips and cold, wet, icky paws. Have you considered dog boots for your Yorkie? We recently got our first set of Yorkie boots and want to tell you all about our experience and give you some advice…