It is a relatively new breed developed in Yorkshire in the 18th century to early 19th by workers who wanted a terrier of a first class comfortable, easy and portable. There are no breeding records at the beginning so it is not possible to identify precisely the races have contributed to the evolution of the Yorkshire Terrier. It seems safe to say that the Yorkie was not the result of poor alliances random, but the crosses have been used have been carefully thought out. Suggestions for use include the Clydesdale race, now extinct English Black and Tan, Paisley, and the Waterside Terrier and the Skye, Dandie Dinmont Terrier Manchester and Maltese. The first Yorkshire Terrier has been greater than todays samples, but the fashion for small dogs promoted selective breeding to reduce the size. The Yorkie is still one of the most popular toy dogs as both a companion and show dog receiver. The breed was recognized by the Kennel Club in 1886.
As a small and glamorous as it may be the Yorkshire Terrier has many characteristics of their ancestors working terrier. It is bold, game, tenacious, can be stubborn and, despite years of being raised only as a partner, he will hunt and courage in the face of large rodents. It is also the most faithful and affectionate boy who constantly needs a human society, and attention. Unfortunately, due to its attractive appearance, its natural air of importance and their small size tends to be referred to pamper and spoil a treatment that can cause contamination of authoritarianism, jealousy, over and other behavioral problems. It is at once a dog is a Rottweiler and a lack of appropriate standards on which makes life a disservice. Despite its look pretty, is very robust and very energetic loves to play games and investigate anything that might happen. The adventurous side of his nature, together with a propensity for independence, it is essential that the gardens are well protected and will not think twice before leaving everything to follow their curiosity aroused. It is an effective watchdog and sound an alarm loud and clear that nothing and no one should approach their territory. The Yorkie can become a nuisance Barker is prudent to education at an early age as to when the barking is inappropriate. Usually good with other dogs, but their aggressiveness can sometimes get in trouble and he in a meeting, which undoubtedly will face against all odds the aphorism that discretion is the better part of valor from be something alien to its nature. For individuals or families with children seeking a small dog full of energy and vigor of mind, love and adorable Yorkshire Terrier may be the case.
The breed naturally active and exercise needs of the Yorkie is largely filled with games and the general buzz around the house and garden. Daily walks are also necessary, as he likes to go out and about these journeys and keep mentally alert and physically fit. Lead exercise is not recommended, except in a safe area in their hunting instincts can be activated by the sound of a mouse or other small animals and can take and difficulty. It is sensitive to cold to wear a coat in bad weather.
To be a member of the family pleasant and acceptable to the entire community of Yorkshire Terrier basic obedience training should begin as soon as possible. It is an intelligent dog who learns quickly and is sensitive to a loved and respected owner. All training should be carried out using positive methods achievements that reward you with treats and praise. Rough handling, harsh verbal corrections at best confuse and delay the learning process. worst case, they will break their spirit and heart. Socialization should also begin in early puppy. By introducing the puppy to a wide range of people, places, noises, other animals, will develop a confident, outgoing, stable adult who is a pleasure to know.