Yorkie Puppies For Sale
Jovial Yorkie Puppies Home are a hobby kennel and we have been breeding and showing Yorkie puppies for the past twenty-five years. We breed to the Yorkie breeding standards set by the American kennel club and Our breeding is very limited all year round for the benefit of our breed/show program.. Our Yorkie puppies are from Champion and Grand Champion lines from a fusion of well known American and Imported bloodlines that we have acquired from professional breeders here in America or imported from UK.
ABOUT Jovial Yorkie Puppies Home
Our sole purpose of breeding is not focused on maximizing profit rather, we plough back income from our good jobs into our breeding program so breeding Yorkie is just to keep the family and so charging a price on the puppies is just to recover the expenses incurred in bringing them up from day they were born.
Our pets are much more regarded as part of the family or fur kids! We are not in support of back yard breeding or puppy farms and/or mills and as such, any puppy sold by us goes to new home as a pet and is desexed before leaving our home.
About Yorkshire Terrier
The Yorkshire Terrier is a compact, toy-size terrier of no more than seven pounds whose crowning glory is a floor-length, silky coat of steel blue and a rich golden tan.
Don’t let the Yorkie’s daintiness fool you. Tenacious, feisty, brave, and sometimes bossy, the Yorkie exhibits all the traits of a true terrier. Often named the most popular dog breed in various American cities, Yorkies pack lots of big-town attitude into a small but self-important package. They are favorites of urbanites the world over.
Yorkies are long-lived and low-allergen (the coat is more like human hair than animal fur), and they make fine little watchdogs. This is a true “personality breed,” providing years of laughs, love, and close companionship.
Yorkies love their owners, and are very intelligent and eager to please. Offering effusive praise and treats for good behavior will work far better with the Yorkie than harsh corrections. Starting from an early age, the Yorkie should be socialized to strange situations, people, and other dogs. Take him into new situations slowly, and always in a calm and happy atmosphere. These should be positive experiences. Despite their small size, Yorkies can participate in and excel at canine activities such as rally, agility and obedience, and many Yorkies serve with their human partners in roles such as therapy work.
The Yorkshire Terrier should do well on a high-quality dog food, whether commercially manufactured or home-prepared with your veterinarian’s supervision and approval. Any diet should be appropriate to the dog’s age (puppy, adult, or senior). Some dogs are prone to getting overweight, so watch your dog’s calorie consumption and weight level. Treats can be an important aid in training, but giving too many can cause obesity. Learn about which human foods are safe for dogs, and which are not. Check with your vet if you have any concerns about your dog’s weight or diet. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times.
The Yorkshire Terrier’s coat is very similar to human hair and should be treated accordingly. If the coat is kept long, it needs to be brushed daily. To avoid eye irritation, the hair on the upper part of the head should be trimmed short or pulled up into a topknot. The Yorkie will need a bath every week or so. Check the ears weekly for any debris or signs of infection. The breed’s national parent club, the Yorkshire Terrier Club of America, provides detailed grooming and bathing instructions on its website.