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Yorkshire Terriers - The Irreverent Vet's Opinion on the Yorkshire Terrier

By: The Irreverent Veterinarian

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Yorkshire Terrier – Yorkshire Terriers are very nice, fastidious little dogs. Generally, they are independent yet very affectionate and loyal to those that love and care for them.

The Yorkshire Terrier doesn't require a lot of special exercise but they do like to play and go for walks. The breed does require special grooming if you want to have a well-manicured dog. Yorkshire terriers make wonderful companion pets, especially if you want a lap dog. While they are okay with kids they can be quite sedentary and may not be interested in extended play times.

I think of these dogs as ideal for singles or couples that don't have a very active life style. They are loving dogs that have a long life span. However, they do have some genetic health problems so be sure to choose your Yorkie from a reputable breeder.

The Irreverent Vet is a columnist that regularly contributes to PetPlace.com. The goal is to add a balanced and alternative view of some controversial pet issues. As happens with all of us, veterinarians can't say what they really think without offending some clients. This commentary allows vets to say what they think and give you, the pet owner, the opportunity to consider another view. All opinions are those of the Politically Incorrect Vet and not the views of PetPlace.com and are not endorsed by PetPlace.com.

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