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    The Yorkshire Terrier is a British breed of toy dog of terrier type. It is among the smallest of the terriers and indeed of all dog breeds, with a weight of no more than 3.2 kg. It originated in the nineteenth century in the English county of Yorkshire, for which it is named. Their coats are typically tan on the head with a dark steel-grey body, but they can come in a variety of colors.

    It is a playful and energetic dog, usually kept as a companion dog. It has contributed to the development of other breeds including the Silky Terrier, and also to cross-breeds such as the Yorkipoo. 

    Look at that face! Who could not love a face that cute? But it takes a lot of work to keep them cute Yorkies are considered high maintenance due to their constant grooming needs. Even when their coat is clipped short, they need weekly baths, and if their coat is kept long, they need daily brushing. On the other hand, yorkies do not require as much physical activity as most other breeds. They are so small in some cases, many people carry them around in a purse.


    One of the earliest trait coats Amaretto brought us in K-9s was the Yorkshire Terrier, with 2 types, the Yorkie Standard, and the Yorkie Parti. The Yorkie Standard comes in the following colors: Black & Blue, Black & Gold, Black & Mahogany, Black & Tan, Blue & Tan and Blue & White.


    The Yorkie Parti comes in the following colors: Black & Blue, Black & Gold, Black & Mahogany, Black & Tan, Blue & Tan and Blue & White. 


    You can have a chance at one of these exciting Non-Starter coated Yorkie Standards by breeding any K-9 with a starter K-9 or by breeding together two starter K-9s.

    These coats CAN be passed on.

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