Your New Yorkshire Terrier Puppy
At last! You've made all the preparations, and it's finally time
to bring your new friend home. Give him the best welcome
possible. With love, respect and lots of affection. Make
sure that you spend quality time with your new Yorkie puppy
daily. Keep your home a quiet and safe place.
Remember that Yorkie Puppies are like newborns, when they change
environments they get scared at first. Do not take
the puppy out to work areas, malls and friend's home for the
first two weeks. This can stress a Yorkie Puppy at first.
Yorkie Puppy Adjust To his/her New Home
Give the Yorkie time to adjust to his new home. The Yorkie Puppy
is bound to feel insecure and frightened by a change in
environment, and a puppy may be homesick for his mother or
Your Puppy will need a good name. Your breeder may have
Other Pets to Your Yorkie
Other companion animals in your home should also be properly
introduced to your new Yorkie puppy. Don't expect them to get
along right away, and don't try to force them to play together.
Give them time to adjust to one another. Do not let
the puppies out of your sight. Keep a close eye at first
to ensure that it's safe.
Introduce your puppy to your household slowly. Many pairs of
hands petting him at once will only frighten him. Later,
introduce him to neighbors, regular visitors and other family
members. Please allow approximately two weeks before
you take him out.
Rules for the Puppy
Teach your Yorkie from the beginning what is and is not
appropriate behavior. If something is "OK" today, your puppy
will think it's OK forever. Consistency is the key to having a
well-behaved pet. Puppies are just like little
children, you need to let them know if something is not
Training Your Yorkie Puppy
Whichever method of housetraining you have chosen - crate
training or paper training just make sure that all members of
the family enforce it consistently. Accidents happen, so have a
procedure for clean-up. We suggest a play pen at
first because it's a safe environment for the Yorkie puppy.
You can place the puppy inside so he has space to run and play
while alone. You can place the food and water on one end
and the training pad on the other. Please make sure that the
puppy has food all of the time. Remember that Yorkies do
not eat like large dogs. They will eat a little at a time.
Having food next to him should prevent a sugar attack.
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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