Every pet owner knows and agrees that taking care of pets come with its ups & downs as well as different responsibilities too. It doesn’t matter what breed, every breed have its own pros & cons. Handling a pet is quite risky and pampering both. Pet’s nature depends on its upbringing and how you trained them and when we begin to talk about Yorkshire Terrier, they are world’s most popular breed. By nature, this breed is very affectionate, intelligent, smart and ideal companion of humans as a pet. But as other dog breeds, they do have their own downsides. Here are some factors to consider when you are going to adopt a puppy at home:
The Yorkshire terrier is very attractive, charming, cute and beautiful that every pet owner wants to style up their hairs and mainly in a bow pattern. When it comes to grooming, the breed is high maintenance and requires routine cleaning, cutting, brushing and more. Regular brushing is essential if you kept its hair long and cutting should be done on regular basis if you choose to maintain short hair.
You should train and housebreak your puppy. But you need to be patient and calm in between the process of housebreaking. Many pet owner’s states that their Yorkshire doesn’t take much time in training process and learn soon. While on another side it takes a lot of time to train them. You should stay positive during training process even if it’s taking time.
Terriers are protective, loyal and vocal to their family and owners which often turns them into natural barkers. But you can resolve constant barking issue by training them properly and making them familiar with normal things.
Barking is common and you will not have problem when you are staying in a spacious villa. But if you are living in an apartment or small space then it can create a major issue to the people staying in your surroundings. Yorkshire terrier is small in size but they have proved themselves as a smart and attentive guard dogs.
The breed is too affectionate & sweet and develops a great bond with their companion. So they don’t like to live alone and develops high separation anxiety. They like to spend time alone and if left alone, they would start barking & chewing things. So you should be careful about it.
Every dog breed is sweet and loves to live in affection, care and enjoy the true companionship of his owner, even it is difficult.