sfialkina: How to choose Yorkie Puppies?
How to decide if a Yorkie puppy is a good one to purchase. There is litter of such puppies I will be seeing. One is a girl, the other is a bigger puppy, and the last is the smallest of the bunch, a wee boy puppy. Are smallest puppies bad? I see photos and the small one is the prettiest of the group.
Are there criteria for choosing the best Yorkie puppies?
Answers and Views:
Answer by Female.Lycanthrope
The smallest is the runt of the litter, and it may be wise to choose the other ones.
But, please remember, puppies will not stay cute for long. They are a lot of work and they require your patience.
Just I suggestion, but I would try to look at your local animal shelters/humane societies to see if there is a Yorkie dog you can adopt. Who knows, maybe they have a Yorkie puppy there!
Answer by gud ole kuntry boy
I would look at them all and choose based on their personality. They all pretty much look the same.
Answer by Sybil
Watch how the puppies react towards you and each other. You want to get the puppy that comes up to you wagging his tail. Unless you know a lot about training dogs, don't get the one that comes to you barking or the one that hides out in the back of the pack, both could grow to have behavorial issues.
Answer by Louise m
just wait till you get there as you will find the puppy will choose you, but i also agree with the going to a rescue centre as it is the same with them.
Answer by ♥PoodlePuff♥ bybrs kill dogs
Yes there are.
But not for a particular puppy in a litter.
There are criteria for choosing a good breeder!!!
Make sure that the parents of these puppies have had ALL possible health tests to be sure that they have not passed any problems onto the puppies.
Short of that it really doesn't matter which one you pick unless you are looking for a show dog.
Answer by zena e
You know what I just chose a Shiz Tzu I fell in Love from a litter and which I just bonded with
and My Zekes is 13 years old and still is lovable cuddly cute and fun..
Sometimes just go with your own vibes and choice.
Answer by Paul.
It depends if you want a large Yorkie or a 'teacup' Yorkie. Obviously if you want a smaller dog, then choose the smallest in the litter that you bond with. Size at birth is a good indicator of the size the pup will be when full grown.
Also, teacup Yorkies aren't recoginzed by the AKC. The term is only used to refer to small Yorkies.
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