& Preparing For A Yorkie
When the time has come to select your Yorkie Puppy, consider
your options carefully. Respect your seller's input about which
puppy is right for you. If you are rescuing an older dog, ask
your contact person for information on its health, temperament,
behavior and history.
Yorkshire Terrier Registration Papers
Get your registration application from the seller when you
purchase the puppy or after the purchase. Ensure that if
you do not receive your Yorkie registration papers that
they will be mailed to you after. Make sure the breeder
completes the appropriate sections of the form and signs it. The
breeder/seller can also help you fill out your section
Your Yorkie Puppy
Send the completed, signed registration application to the
registration company right away. Your Yorkie puppy will then
become part of one of the nation's registry of
purebred dogs. There are several registries out there such
as ckc, apr, akc, united all breeds and others.
Get It in
Information about the sale or adoption should be in writing. The
contract should include, for example, details regarding any
fees, spay-neuter agreements, health guarantees. Get
specific feeding instructions from the seller.
Yourself For Your Yorkie Puppy
Get ready for your new friend before you bring him home, to make
sure the transition will be as smooth as possible. Buy food,
treats, a collar and leash, toys, grooming tools and other
necessities in advance so your Yorkie puppy will have everything
he needs. If you have other dogs at home, prepare yourself
to watch them interact closely at first. Do not leave the
puppies unattended together until you are certain that it's
Provide your Yorkie Puppy with a variety of toys to prevent him
from playing with your socks and shoes or your morning paper.
Get some toys that you and your puppy can play with together.
You can purchase plush toys and some things to keep him busy
when he's alone. You can purchase rope bones too.
Puppy-Proof Your Home
Prepare your home before your new Yorkshire Terrier arrives.
Move breakables or "chewables" to higher ground. Make electrical
cords inaccessible to curious paws and noses. Block off any area
of the house that you want off-limits to the dog. Put the lid
down on your toilet and your shoes up in your closet.
Make a Bed
Every Yorkie needs a quiet place to call his own. Create a
comfortable area, whether a crate, a pile of blankets, for your
puppy to go to when he needs rest or privacy.
Schedule For Your Yorkie
You and your family members should decide who will be
responsible for food, water, walking, exercise, clean-up and
grooming of the new Yorkie. Post a schedule of tasks in a
visible area of the house to remind everyone of their
responsibilities. Ensure that the Yorkie puppy has food
and water at all times next to him/her. Little
Yorkies should never skip meals as they can have a sugar attack.
You should choose a veterinarian for your dog as soon as
possible. Have your Yorkie Puppy examined by the vet within a
few days of his arrival. Give your vet copies of the Yorkie's
health records, and set up a vaccination and check-up schedule.
You can ask the seller for a recommendation.
Collar For Your Yorkshire Terrier
Your dog should wear a flat leather or nylon collar with a
buckle at all times, except when in a crate. The collar
should be tight enough that it will not slide over the Yorkie's
ears, but loose enough that you can fit two fingers between the
collar and the dog's neck.
Visit our very beautiful Teacup Yorkies with Baby doll faces.
You can view each breed page and get information on each
particular breed. We also offer teacup Maltese and
Teacup Pomeranians with Teddy Bear Faces and Beautiful coats.
Our puppies have a 14 day viral and one year guarantee on
genetics. The Puppies have registration papers and
have a microchip. Puppies have been seen by a licensed veterinarian and have health certificates.
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