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A Beginners Guide to Yorkshire Terriers By Mona Kazan
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The Yorkshire Terrier is a small dog breed of terrier type, developed in the 19th century in the county of Yorkshire, England, to catch rats in clothing mills, also used for rat-baiting. The defining... More > features of the breed are its maximum size of 7 pounds (3.2 kg) and its gray, black, and tan coat. The breed is nicknamed Yorkie and is placed in the Toy Terrier section of the Terrier Group by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale and in the Toy Group or Companion Group by other kennel clubs, although all agree that the breed is a terrier. A popular companion dog, the Yorkshire Terrier has also been part of the development of other breeds, such as the Australian Silky Terrier. This book covers several aspects of Yorkshire Terriers such as: - Yorkshire Terriers – The Basics - Yorkshire Terrier Hybrids - Your Yorkies Personality - Your Yorkies Health - Grooming Your Yorkie and so much more!!!< Less
How to Groom A Yorkshire Terrier The Right Way By Doreen Schipper
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An informative Pictorial Instructional Manual with e-mail support, by a Professional All Breed Dog Grooming Instructor. My instructions are clear and in terms anyone can understand. (Remember,this is... More > what I do for a living!) ** I will also explain some handling tricks to get your dog to co-operate and enjoy his grooming. ** You'll receive an equipment list specifically for grooming a Yorkie including shampoos, conditioner, correct nail clippers, brushes and much more. ** You'll learn how to how trim nails, clean ears, brush teeth and easily express anal glands ** Eye stains a problem? I’ll help you try to clear it up and keep it under control. ** Step by step instructions on how to give your dog a trim up, puppy cut, shave the rear, and underbelly and pads and much,much more!Learn how to tip the ears and clean inbetween the eyes. ** My instructions are so clear anyone can learn how to groom.Great for beginners and tips for professionals !!< Less
How to Groom A Yorkshire Terrier The Right Way By Doreen Schipper
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An informative Pictorial Instructional Manual with e-mail support, by a Professional All Breed Dog Grooming Instructor. My instructions are clear and in terms anyone can understand. (Remember,this is... More > what I do for a living!) ** I will also explain some handling tricks to get your dog to co-operate and enjoy his grooming. ** You'll receive an equipment list specifically for grooming a Yorkie including shampoos, conditioner, correct nail clippers, brushes and much more. ** You'll learn how to how trim nails, clean ears, brush teeth and easily express anal glands ** Eye stains a problem? I’ll help you try to clear it up and keep it under control. ** Step by step instructions on how to give your dog a trim up, puppy cut, shave the rear, and underbelly and pads and much,much more!Learn how to tip the ears and clean inbetween the eyes. ** My instructions are so clear anyone can learn how to groom.Great for beginners and tips for professionals !!< Less
Dein Yorkshire Terrier By Olaf Volling
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How to Raise and Understand your Yorkshire Terrier Puppy or Dog By Vince Stead
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1. The Characteristics of a Yorkshire Terrier Puppy or Dog 2. How to Stop Your Yorkshire Terrier From Jumping Up On People 3. Some Helpful Tips for Raising Your Yorkshire Terrier Puppy 4.... More > What You Should Know About Puppy Teeth 5. How to Crate Train Your Yorkshire Terrier 6. When Your Yorkshire Terrier Makes Potty Mistakes 7. How to Teach your Yorkshire Terrier to Fetch 8. Make it Easier and Healthier for Feeding Your Yorkshire Terrier 9. When Your Yorkshire Terrier Has Separation Anxiety, and How to Deal With It 10. When Your Yorkshire Terrier Is Afraid of Loud Noises And more...........< Less
The Yorkshire Strike Force By Ben Barlow
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In this photo-comic, two Yorkshire terriers form a strike force to rid the backyard of rodents, but their success is short lived.
A Beginners Guide to Silky Terriers By Rory Felciano
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The Australian Silky Terrier is a small breed of dog of the terrier dog type. The breed was developed in Australia, although the ancestral types and breeds were from Great Britain. It is closely... More > related to the Australian Terrier and the Yorkshire Terrier. The breed is called the Silky Terrier in North America, but is called the Australian Silky Terrier in its country of origin and in the rest of the world. The Australian Silky Terrier is a small and compact short legged terrier, 23 to 26 cm (9.1 to 10.2 in) at the withers, alert and active. The long silky grey and white or blue and tan coat is an identifying feature, hanging straight and parted along the back, and described as "flat, fine and glossy". All proportions and aspects of the body and head as well as desirable shades of grey and white and placement of markings are extensively described in the breed standard. The Silky Terrier should be slightly longer than tall (about one fifth longer than the height at withers)...< Less
mundo yorkshire By shafira
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A Beginners Guide to Biewer Terriers By Denny Kirk
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The Yorkshire Terrier originated in Yorkshire (and the adjoining Lancashire), a rugged region in northern England. In the mid-19th century, workers from Scotland came to Yorkshire in search of work... More > and brought with them several different varieties of small terriers. Breeding of the Yorkshire Terrier was "principally accomplished by the people—mostly operatives in cotton and woolen mills—in the counties of Yorkshire and Lancashire." Details are scarce. Mrs. A. Foster is quoted as saying in 1886, "If we consider that the mill operatives who originated the breed...were nearly all ignorant men, unaccustomed to imparting information for public use, we may see some reason why reliable facts have not been easily attained." What is known is that the breed sprang from three different dogs, a male named Old Crab and a female named Kitty, and another female whose name is not known.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Australian Terriers By Jaimee Flemming
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The Australian Terrier is descended from the rough coated type terriers brought from Great Britain to Australia in the early 19th century. The ancestral types of all of these breeds were kept to... More > eradicate mice and rats. The Australian Terrier shares ancestors with the Cairn Terrier, Shorthaired Skye Terrier, and the Dandie Dinmont Terrier; Yorkshire Terriers and Irish Terriers were also crossed into the dog during the breed's development. Development of the breed began in Australia about 1820, and the dogs were at first called the Rough Coated Terrier. The breed was officially recognised in 1850, and later renamed as the Australian Terrier in 1892. The Australian Terrier was shown at a dog show for the first time in 1906 in Melbourne, and was also shown in Great Britain about the same time. The Kennel Club (UK) recognised the breed in 1933.< Less