Age:Under 8 Weeks
Size at Maturity:Small
Even though Corky is no longer with us, Bailey's legacy will stay alive as our business name honors him and reflects the great adventures we had together. Corky's Yorkies is dedicated to providing our dogs with the best possible environment for each individual canine. Some special aspects of the design of our company include a nursery for pregnant and nursing mothers, outdoor runners for exercise and fresh air, and comfortable indoor pens where our adult fur babies stay. We also like to go the extra mile considering our Bailey's health and happiness by feeding Royal Canin food, taking part in monthly groomings, and giving each dog the love and attention he/she needs. Bailey's mission is to provide you with healthy, loving, and playful Yorkshire Terriers that will make you a life long friend, and might even strike a passion for the breed as they have for us.
A consistent and calm approach allows the host to keep cockalier's training sessions short and entertaining. When we train cockalier, we need to know that you can teach cockalier to interact with children and other pets from an early age to avoid aggression in the future.
As with all other crossbreeds, cockalier may be prone to heredity, which usually affects the health of its parents. However, there is no way to determine the long-term health problems of a cockalier, and there is no guarantee that a cockalier will have any health problems of its parents.
When we take care of dorkie, we should know that like all dogs, you should keep your dorkie under regular veterinary examination to find out any health problems as soon as possible. Your veterinarian can help you develop a care program that will keep your dorkie healthy.