Extreme Puppy Lovers - Cynthia [email protected]

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Gorgeous AKC male and female Yorkies available! We are knowledgeable, trustworthy and have a creditable history of providing customers with healthy Yorkies. Raising quality Yorkies over 20 years, we believe bringing home a puppy is a huge responsibility, and we would like to ensure that our puppy parents are well-equipped with the knowledge and resources they need to help their puppy with the transition into the new home. We are available as a resource for the life of the dog and sell to select homes. Our contract provides a written 1 year genetic health guarantee. Puppies are home raised with lots of tender love and care. The puppies are introduced to children and other dogs as part of their socialization. Bred for longevity, temperament and outstanding pets. We start indoor potty training at four weeks of age. All puppies are Vet checked, up to date on their shots and receives a certified Vet certificate before going to their new homes. Each pup come with a care package which consist of an AKC puppy package, a calming blanket, Nutri-Cal (High Calorie Nutritional Supplement), can/dry puppy food, a puppy T-shirt or outfit, toys and gifts. PICTURES DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT PUPPIES AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO: CYNTHIA LOMAX (301) 928-1485 [email protected] Pay Pal Accepted, CASH APP and ZELLE An Introduction to the Yorkie A Little Bit about Its History The sixth most popular dog breed in the U.S. is the Yorkshire terrier (affectionately known as a Yorkie). They originate as you might have already guessed, from Yorkshire, England. During Victorian times, the little dogs worked in mines and cotton factories as ratters. However, they eventually left those dreary environments and moved up in society. In fact, in the latter part of the 1800s, the dogs were quite fashionable and were often seen being carried beneath a stylish lady's arm or in her handbag. Yorkshire terriers became an official recognized breed of the American Kennel Club in 1885. Personality The Yorkshire Terrier is a charming dog. Although small in size, his heart and personality are large. The Yorkie has a playful side, too, and can be mischievous and lovable all at the same time. An energetic and exuberant companion, he is still a true Terrier, intelligent, feisty, fearless, brave, determined, investigative and ready to take on the world. Exercise The Yorkshire Terrier gets his exercise by going everywhere with his owners following them around the house and yard, going for strolls around the block or neighborhood, or playing with them. Active by nature, regular romps and excursions will keep him happy and fit. Grooming A Yorkie kept in full coat must be brushed and combed every day to prevent tangles. The hair on his face grows long, too, and should be secured out of his eyes in a topknot. Many owners prefer to keep the coat clipped, which makes grooming much easier although it will still require regular brushing. The Yorkie sheds little and carries less dander, which can be a bonus for allergy sufferers. Foods that Should Not be Given to a Yorkie Certain foods are toxic to Yorkies as well as all dog breeds. Never give your dog walnuts, raisins, chocolate or grapes.Yorkie digestive tracts are known to be delicate. So, make it a rule to provide your dog with a sensible diet and don't feed it anything that is a little bit too out of the ordinary. That also means excluding cereals, grains, or fillers from your dogs menu. Don't give your Yorkie dog food that contains any substantial amount of corn, soy, or wheat. Also, never buy a dog food that contains such byproducts as rice flour, brewers yeast or beet pulp in the ingredient listing. Yorkies have a sensitive digestive system. Feed your dog a wet, nutritional food combined with a healthy dry food or kibble. Life Span The average life span of the Yorkshire Terrier is 12 to 15 years.



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