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How To Potty Train a Yorkshire Terrier

Despite the fact that Yorkshire Terriers make small messes, when it comes to cleaning costs you will still pay the same thing to clean up urine stains whether your dog is small or large. Yorkshire Terriers have to be potty trained just as much as any other dog.

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The Airdale Terrier

The Airedale Terrier (often shortened to “Airedale”) is a large and versatile terrier dog breed originating from Airedale in Yorkshire, England, in the UK. It is often called the “King of Terriers” because it is the largest of the terrier breeds, 50 to 70 pounds (23-32 kg). The Airedale was bred originally to hunt otters. […]

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Airedale Terrier – The King Of The Terriers

The Airedale Terrier is a medium 45 to 65 pound dog that usually reaches between 22″ and 24″. Known as the King of the Terriers, they are largest of the Terrier breeds recognized by the AKC. It is a compact little powerhouse that is all terrier when it comes to chasing little animals or appeasing […]

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Yorkshire Terrier Coffee Mugs

Proudly show off your love for Yorkies! Here, at Reason For Paws, you’ll find that perfect gift for the Yorkie lover. Unique gifts and clothing featuring all sorts of Pups, Schnauzers, Labs, Poodles and other breeds – t-shirts, caps, tote bags, mugs, mousepads, magnets, stickers, art prints, posters from original art Reflects your status as […]

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A History of The Yorkshire Terrier

by: Rose Lenk Although the history of the Yorkshire Terrier is sketchy, there is a great deal known about the origins of this exceptional, vibrant breed. The Yorkshire Terrier, or Yorkie for short, finds it humble beginnings in Northern England, in the counties of Yorkshire, Manchester and Leeds, during the years prior to 1750. During […]

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Airedale Terrier History

Age-old art shows the existence of English dogs possessing a clear resemblance to the terriers of today and from which without doubt sprang the Broken-haired or Old English Terrier. This extinct black-and-tan type is believed to have been the common ancestor of the Irish, Fox, Welsh, and Airedale Terrier. At all events, a mix of […]

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