As a potential Yorkshire Terrier buyer, one of the first decisions you have to decide is whether a dog or a dog is the best match for you.

There are certain qualities that most male and female Yorkies will have, and knowing these qualities will help you make the best choice.

Even if you are planning to neuter or neuter your Yorkshire Terrier, it is still important to consider the characteristics of dogs and dogs, as they will still be present even after the procedure, although the characteristics will not be as pronounced.

Avoid the temptation to just pick the "cutest" puppy or older Yorkie when choosing among Yorkshire Terrier breeders, and try to decide which breed is best for you and your family.

Men

One of the most obvious physical characteristics of the male dog is that it is generally larger than females of the same breed and eats more. Males are heavier, taller and stronger than female dogs, although this can be particularly worrying for the larger breeds. Normally, the size difference will only be a few inches in height, but it can have a greater weight. Male dogs tend to eat significantly more food than non-pregnant females.

Teacup Yorkies, which are so small, tend to eat less, but remember Teacup Yorkies are not a recognized breed.

Yorkshire Terrier males can be more aggressive and independent than female dogs. Again, this is a more important consideration in larger breeds than smaller breeds. Some male Yorkies tend to be harder to manage in small, confined areas and often do not socialize well with other men. This will be especially the case if there are dogs in the area that are in heat.

A male Yorkshire Terrier will often form a closer bond with one person, while a female dog tends to bond straight with many people.

Yorkshire Terrier puppies develop sexually faster than female dogs and will show sexual tendencies at a younger age. This is a problem if there are other dogs in the house or in the neighborhood that may get hot. Male dogs tend to roam around as they can smell female dogs in the heat for many miles and if allowed, they may even be away for several days in a row in search of females. Neutrating your male Yorkshire Terrier help minimizes this problem.

You may find that the male becomes very possessive of the female - even towards humans. This can be a concern if you have small children in the house or do not have dog kennels. In addition, the male may become aggressive towards the female if she is not receptive to his progress. Any breeding pair of dogs should be closely monitored.

Yorkshire Terrier puppies male tend to be harder to train than Yorkshire Terrier puppies and are more independent. They also tend to be fresher and require more exercise. Males may be more difficult to socialize with other animals and other dogs and need to begin socialization training at a young age.

Women

Yorkshire Terrier females tend to be smaller than dogs of the same breed and are often less aggressive. However, a female dog protecting a litter of puppies can be just as aggressive as a male. A female Yorkshire Terrier with her first litter should be closely monitored for the first few weeks to see how protective she becomes against the puppies.

Women get hot at least twice a year for about three weeks. During this time, there will be a noticeable discharge of fluid from the female that is designed to attract the male dog. Spaying of the female Yorkshire Terrier prevents this from occurring. If the woman is to be used for breeding purposes, there are products on the market designed to solve this problem.

Female Yorkies tend to be less exciting and easier to train. However, they can easily get queued or shy if treated harshly or scolded in a rude or angry tone. Female dogs tend to bond with many people. They may be less protective in general than canines, but are also easier to socialize with other animals.

Female dogs will fight with other females, but tend to do generally well with male dogs. Usually, a group of dog dogs will establish a hierarchy and bond with each other after the original pick order is established. https://everydoghas.com/%e0%b8%a2%e0%b8%ad%e0%b8%a3%e0%b9%8c%e0%b8%84%e0...

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Female Yorkies tend to be less exciting and easier to train. However, they can easily get queued or shy if treated harshly or scolded in a rude or angry tone. Female dogs tend to bond with many people. They may be less protective in general than canines, but are also easier to socialize with other animals.