Three Things You Should Know Before You Get A Teacup Yorkie Puppy

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If you've fallen in love with the idea of sharing your home and life with a teacup Yorkie puppy, you're certainly not alone—these adorable little dogs are quickly becoming the furry friend of choice of many people. Because of their small size, their exercise needs are easily met without needing to have a big backyard or close proximity to a park—chasing a ball in the living room for a few minutes a couple of times a day is enough for most healthy Yorkies.

These are also friendly, happy little dogs who constantly steal hearts with their nonstop cuteness and affectionate personalities. However, owning a teacup Yorkie may not be the best choice for everyone. Following are three things for you to consider before making a final commitment to bringing one of these cuties home. 

Yorkies Are Very Social

Although all dogs are social creatures by nature, Yorkies are probably more so than many other breeds because they're a toy breed that was bred primarily to be a companion animal for human beings. If you're looking for a precious furry friend to brighten your life, a Yorkie is a good choice, but not if your lifestyle involves rarely being at home. However, if you get two Yorkies, they'll be able to keep each other company during the day if you work a normal 40-hour work week but otherwise spend a lot of time at home. 

Yorkies Are Very Delicate

Teacup Yorkies are the smallest of the tiny breeds and, therefore, are very delicate. Their little bones break easily, and their small organs are easily damaged. If your household includes young children, you should make it clear to them that Yorkies aren't build for rough play and must be handled carefully at all times. They can potentially be injured by accidental short falls, for instance.

Yorkies Need Regular Grooming

Yorkies that don't receive regular grooming end up with matted and gnarled coats. The services of a professional groomer who has experience with very small breeds are invaluable to Yorkie owners who want to keep their pet's fur silky, soft, and shining. The groomer can also advise you in the proper brushing and other maintenance techniques designed to keep your dog looking good between professional groomings. 

Please don't hesitate to contact a teacup Yorkie breeder for more information on sharing your and home and life with a member of this adorable breed. For more information, contact local professionals like those found at puppy heaven.


27 February 2018

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After our youngest daughter was in high school, I realized that I liked having people around to take care of and that my window for doing that was closing quickly. Instead of having more children, I decided to see about adopting a pet or two. I looked everywhere for a dog and a cat that would meld well with my lifestyle, and it was incredible to find a pet that I really connected with. However, I was able to find pets that I absolutely adored, and so I made them a part of our home. This blog is here to help new pet owners to adjust to their new situation and to learn to love everything about having new pets.