Yorkshire Terriers are long-haired dogs whose owners also should comb their hair after bathing them to make it smoother. You're going to have a little bit of trouble taking care of Yorkshire, but if you want her hair to look longer you can go to the pet store and have her hair bandaged up so that it's longer. But when Yorkshire Terriers' hair grows, they need to be kept clean every day so that it doesn't stick together!
The Yorkshire terrier is at its most important stage of growth and development. The body begins to grow rapidly, so adequate nutrition must be provided. Usually the first 3 months after birth mainly increase body and body weight, 4 ~ 6 months mainly increase body length, after 7 months mainly increase body height. Therefore, it should be in different stages of development. To supplement different nutrients. Puppies within 3 months should be fed at least 4 times a day, less frequent feeding can make the dog will always have a sense of satiety, not picky eaters, tired. Puppies 4 ~ 6 months of age, food intake increase weight increase very fast, every day the amount of feed also increased, to feed at least 3 times a day, 6 months later, feed 2 times a day can be.
Yorkshire terriers are carnivorous dogs that should be bred for their size. Neither too much nor too little. Try to take Yorkshire out as little as possible, not too much exercise, and pay attention to the dog's personal hygiene, grooming him every day is excellent. When the hair is all over the ear canal, the ear will not be able to breathe, so the inside of the ear will give out a bad smell, serious will develop ear disease. This is the time to clean and dry the ear, ear powder into the ear, and then the ear to remove the hair can be removed. Ear powder can reduce or eliminate the symptoms of adverse reactions or inflammation caused by hair plucking. Regular ear inner hair is to effectively prevent the generation of ear mites (dark brown) and eliminate the odor in the ear. It's also worth noting that long ear hairs don't make Yorkshire terriers look more imposing, but they actually make their ears look bigger and messy. If you don't have a professional electric shears, regular scissors are fine. Remember that you only need to cut off half of the outer hair.
When we train Yorkshire Terrier, we should pay attention to the following points: 1. The owner must develop a good relationship with the Yorkshire Terrier before starting the training. Only after the dog trusts its owner and treats him as the most important family member in his life, can Yorkshire Terrier completely relax and behave obediently. 2. The owner should start the training at a young age because at this time the Yorkshire Terrier has not formed some specific bad habits, so it is relatively easy to teach at this time. 3. The host should keep enough patience and set certain reward and punishment measures. When the Yorkshire Terrier does well, the owner can reward him with a tasty snack. If the dog breaks the rules, the owner must criticize education. After a long time, the Yorkshire Terrier will be able to know what is and is not allowed to do. 4. The owner should master the correct training method to train the Yorkshire terrier.
You can't keep Yorkshire in the house all the time. You have to take it out and get some exercise. But Yorkshire terrier is actually a sedentary dog because he is too hairy and seems to know that his hair is not good for running, jumping, and so on. But life is about movement, and staying still is bad for digestion and physical development. So, it's time to get him out and about. In order not to get its hair dirty, it is best to tie up its hair, as long as it does not mop the floor. Yorkshire terriers' hair is so long that they have trouble showering. When taking a bath in Yorkshire, please pay attention to the water temperature not too hot and not too cold. The shower gel used for bathing should be used exclusively for dogs, and should not be used by humans, such as shampoo and shower gel. The ones used by humans are not suitable for dogs.