The Yorkshire Terrier breed originated in Yorkshire, England in the 19th century, bred from several terrier breeds to catch rats in textile mills.
Yorkshire Terriers were originally used as rat catchers in textile mills and mines, and later became popular as companion dogs.
Yorkshire Terriers are small dogs with a long, silky coat and distinctive blue and tan markings.
Yorkshire Terriers are known for being confident, energetic, and intelligent, as well as for their high levels of affection and loyalty.
Yorkshire Terriers are highly trainable, but can also be stubborn and require consistent training and socialization.
The breed is prone to certain health issues such as dental problems, liver shunts, and skin allergies.
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The Yorkshire Terrier is recognized by the American Kennel Club and other major kennel clubs.
Yorkshire Terriers have gained popularity as companion dogs for their small size, affectionate personalities, and distinctive appearance.