Leather ear is a dermatological infection of the ears, hocks, and tails of some dog breeds, such as Yorkies. It causes hair loss and a dark, leathery appearance. Not much is understood about the issue, but these treatments may help.
Most Yorkie ears stand up, but some pups are born with floppy ears. You can tape your Yorkie’s ears to help them stand up, or you can allow them to stand in their own time. Yorkie owners also need to take special care to keep their pup’s ears clean and free from infection. Learn more below.
Yorkies may be bold and daring, but a lot of distress can hide behind that bark. In this guide, we’ll look into what Yorkie separation anxiety is, the symptoms to look for, how to prevent it from recurring.
A dog’s skin pH level should be around 7.52. This is different than a human’s skin pH, and it requires some unique care to keep it at healthy levels. Keep reading to learn more about dog skin pH levels and what to do to protect it.
Yorkie eye discharge and tear staining can be an unattractive feature of your otherwise adorable little furball. Keep reading for information on how to clean Yorkie eye boogers and safely remove tear stains.
Yorkshire Terrier skin problems are fairly common. Many factors can cause Yorkie skin issues, including nutrition, bathing, grooming, fleas, ticks, or other health conditions. Learn how to treat common Yorkie skin issues in this guide.