Yorkshire Terrier Breeders Takoma Park MD

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Big Tree Cane Corsos
(301) 928-7929
2106 Gadsen Rd
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Cane Corso

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Ballyhoo Irish Water Spaniels
(703) 272-8339
8605 Ardfour Lane
Annandale, VA
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Irish Water Spaniel

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Top Rank Cane Corsos
(202) 270-0259
8924 Goldfield Pl
Clinton, MD
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Cane Corso

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German Pinscher Club of America
22712 Blue Banner Pl
Germantown, MD
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German Pinscher

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Big Tree Cane Corsos
(301) 928-7929
2106 Gadsen Rd
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Cane Corso

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Litelltoi Mi-Ki
(301) 570-0451
20001 Georgia Ave
Brookeville, MD
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Mi-Ki

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Alaskan Malamute Assistance League
(419) 512-2423
4708 Columbia Road
Annandale, FL
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Alaskan Malamute

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American Miniature Schnauzer Club
21301 Golf Estates Dr # 20882
Laytonsville, MD
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Miniature Schnauzer

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Chandharas
(301) 371-3549
PO Box 3973
Frederick, MD
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Afghan Hound

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Heritage Hill Farms
(443) 286-5713
542 Roops Mill Rd
Westminster, MD
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Entlebucher Sennenhund

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Yorkshire Terrier - Guide to Yorkshire Terriers

Yorkshire TerrierDescription: The Yorkshire Terrier's heritage is a mixed, and somewhat a mysterious one. Most likely he is a cross between the Dandie Dinmont (a black and tan terrier) and the Skye Terrier, and was developed in the western regions of Yorkshire, England where he started out as a ratting terrier. Further developments, which included a smaller and smaller frame over the years and the long silky coat, are possibly a cross with the Maltese. The Yorkshire Terrier soon became a lapdog and was recognized and named in 1886 in England where it continues to be the most popular Toy dog. It shares a similar popularity in North America. The Yorkshire Terrier - Yorkie for short - makes a good pet for the elderly or stay-at-home types; he does not require very much exercise.

Height: The height of a Yorkshire Terrier is 9" (22.9cm).

Weight: Yorkshire Terriers weigh 3 - 7 lbs (1.3 - 3.1 kg).

Coat Type: The glossy coat, one of the Yorkshire Terrier's most distinctive features, is profuse and long, straight, flowing and silky.

Color: The Yorkshire Terrier's coat color on the body is a steel blue, with rich tan markings on the head, chest and legs. Daily grooming is required to keep the silky coat free of tangles and clean.

Temperament: The Yorkshire Terrier's personality is keen, active, alert and always willing to please. He is friendly but prefers the company of adults over children.

Health Problems: There is a possibility of serveral genetic healt...

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