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We love starting our baby's out right so we will also send them home with A Puppy Kit that includes a a sample of puppy food that we are currently feeding, a health guarantee that includes your family vet, some supplements to help keep her healthy and happy while they adapt to the new family and of course they can't leave with out up to date shots and wormed. Click on the picture below to make bigger.
We do only show puppies by appointment only. We accept all major credit cards You can contact us at 513-528-3186
Angels Yorkies & Designer Puppies
They have grown so much in such a short time and its been so fun to watch.
Just a few facts about Yorkies
They are a Non shed small dog and one of the most popular of all breeds.
The Yorkshire Terrier is also very portable and loves to travel – whether it’s in a bike basket, backpack or designer purse.Yorkshire Terriers are born with black and tan coats, but as they age the colors changes and it takes about a year.
puppies younger than 4 months have the hair on their ears clipped to encourage the ears to stand up. Once the ears are up the hair falls long with the rest of the coat.
5 fun facts about Yorkshire Terrier
Fact 1: They ran with the rats!
Most find it hard to look at that cute little Yorkie face and believe that they were Traditionally,bred as a ratting dog, used to hunt out vermin in tiny places and clothing mills in the nineteenth century.
Fact 2: A Yorkie was a War Hero
Smoky the Yorkshire Terrier was quite the hero during World War II. The little fluff ball helped save the lives of soldiers during the war by carrying communications wires through an underground tunnel.
Fact 3: Loyalty is No 1 with this Breed
German Shepherds are loyal, we know, and Labs and Golden Retrievers, sure but Yorkies? In fact, Yorkshire Terriers are known for their incredible loyalty to their owners, preferring to stay close by their owner's side at all times.
Fact 4: They didn't become Yorkshire until 1870
The Yorkie made its debut in England in 1861 as a "broken-haired Scotch Terrier." It wasn't until 1870, when a reporter stated, "they ought no longer to be called Scotch Terriers, but Yorkshire Terriers, for having been so improved here," that the name Yorkshire Terrier actually stuck.
Fact 5: Their Grouping doesn't become their personality
Don't be fooled because the Yorkie is part of the Toy Group this breed is by nature very brave, determined and energetic. They have big personalities and make great family pets.