Information For Yorkie Puppies
This section of our website is not only for people thinking about buying a new little puppy dog, but can also be helpful to people who already own a dog. There seems to be a lot of information about teacup Yorkshire Terriers for sale that is more marketing than factual. So there are a number of articles, in which we provide what the real facts are about teacups and just ask that one reads the articles and draw their own conclusions as to what is factual. Click the link if you have questions for a miniature yorkie breeder in St. Louis.
Some of the information you'll find here is, How to choose a Yorkie Breeder and a guide for buying a puppy. There is also a good article on our experiences on the difference between male and female Yorkshire Terriers behavior. In addition there is information about teacup, parti, and chocolate yorkies.
This section is where one will find information concerning health issues for the Yorkshire Terrier puppies for sale and how to care for a new puppy. Some of the important information is congenial health issues common within the breed, dangerous household items, hypoglycemia and parasites.
Here you will find information on grooming your pet. Topics covered are ears, teeth, nails and coat. There are also videos that demonstrate how to groom a Yorkshire Terrier in full coat, how to give a puppy cut, and how to do a visor cut. These videos were not done by a professional groomer and the equipment used was just what was available at that location. The intent of the videos was to give someone the basics and to show that it can be done at home if one chooses. If one decides to do their own grooming, there is also a section on the supplies needed to groom the ears, teeth, and nails.
Training is an important aspect of owning any pet. Lets face it, a well trained pet is just more enjoyable. This section you will find many training tips and various methods on how to train a Yorkie. Since we aren't professional dog trainers, these will be basic tips to get started on training. For many people these tips will be enough to train your Yorkshire Terrier. Depending on the level you want your pet trained, one may want to hire a professional trainer.