Yorkie puppies for sale nc
yorkie puppies for sale nc we have Yorkie puppies small in size but big in personality, the Yorkshire Terrier makes a feisty but loving companion. The most popular toy dog breed in the United States, the “Yorkie” has won many fans with their devotion to their owners, their elegant looks, and their suitability to apartment living.
What other things do Yorkies like to do for fun?
Yorkies love daily walks
Or, maybe we should say that Yorkies love to be outside. Because, honestly, many Yorkies tend to be stubborn on a leash, stopping every so often or refusing to walk altogether.
While this may be true, you still need to get your pal outside at least once a day, if not twice, for at least 20 to 30 minutes a day.
The fresh air, smells, and physical exercise are all good for dogs (and you too!). I read once that a dog’s smell is similar to the complexity with which our human eyes see. The bright colors, lighting, tones, and highlights—we can see it all. Dogs’ sense of smell is similar and so much more complex than ours, and being outside lets them experience this kaleidoscope of sensations.
As for walks, I’ve noticed that if I change my neighborhood route to one that is on an unpaved nature trail with lots to sniff, my Yorkie is not just content but thrilled to get out, walk, and explore.
Yorkies like to play with other pups
Yorkies are a social breed and enjoy being around other dogs. But, they don’t always play nicely. Early socialization and consistent training are the best way to combat this unkind play.
Be aware that Yorkies tend to have small dog syndrome, snapping at bigger dogs when there doesn’t appear to be a reason. If this sounds like your Yorkie, it may be best to introduce them to a gentle giant so they can adapt to being around bigger dogs. Or, keep them away from bigger dogs altogether to prevent them from getting injured.
Yorkies love to trick-or-treat
These guys will do just about anything for a treat. This is great because we need all the help we can get from this often stubborn breed.
So, use treats to help curb barking or train a particular behavior. We recommend offering your Yorkie bite-size, healthy treats that are no more than a few calories each. This will help keep their already minimal calorie count down to an appropriate amount.