Purebred dogs are often thought to be unhealthier than mixed-breed dogs. Several studies show this may be true, but not to the extent previously believed. Continue reading to learn about what the research suggests about mutts vs purebreds.
Purebred all-white Yorkies do not exist unless the dog is born with the extraordinarily rare disorder of albinism. However, Parti Yorkies may have predominantly white fur. Keep reading to learn more about white Yorkies.
Chocolate Yorkies have recessive b allele genes, resulting in a brown Yorkshire Terrier. Chocolate Yorkies are not as rare as you may think, but if you see a Chocolate Yorkie puppy for sale, scrutinize the breeder to ensure the pup’s bloodlines are healthy and pure.
The underlying causes of Yorkie hair loss can range from mild to serious. Knowing what to look for and when to call a vet is important. Keep reading to learn more about steps you can take to stop hair loss in Yorkies.
The average Yorkie lifespan is 12.6 to 14.5 years, according to two studies completed in the UK and Japan. While the Yorkie life expectancy is longer than most dog breeds, they are still prone to certain diseases and congenital conditions. Keep reading to learn how to prolong your Yorkie’s life.
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