The key steps to take care of newborn Yorkies includes keeping them safe in an enclosed area, providing them with warmth at all times, practising good hygiene etc. In addition, to ensure your Yorkshire puppy can grow healthily, make sure to feed them with top quality dog food.
The reasons why our Yorkies are throwing up may range from the less severe spectrum of food poisoning, motion sickness or bloat, to the more concerning range of bilious vomiting syndrome, intestinal parasites and the parvovirus. This list is by no means exhaustive, and due to the fact that dogs do not speak the human language, it makes it more difficult for us to identify the exact cause of their illness.
So how big will Teacup Yorkies get? Depending on the size of your Teacup Yorkie at birth, it will reach about 1 to 2 lbs and 2 to 3 inches during the first 12 weeks of growth, and 2 to 4 lbs and 5 to 6 inches at week 24. Subsequent growth until it reaches its full size at about 4 years old is non exponential. A full grown Teacup Yorkie can weigh between 2 to 4 lbs and 5-7 inches.
Typically, Yorkies are pregnant for about 58-68 days. The exact gestation period can be influenced by a number of factors, including the quality of the dog food for pregnancy given to her, as well as the proper care and peace for resting she is getting. We will take a look at them in a bit.
The steps to potty train a Yorkshire includes abiding by a consistent feeding schedule of high quality dog food, consistent potty schedule outside the house, consistently treating them when they successfully poop outside, consistent environment during the bathroom breaks etc.That’s a handful of consistency to maintain. Indeed, it will take discipline on our part to discipline our Yorkies.
Yorkies suffer from a wide variety of skin issues ranging from simple surface irritation to systemic diseases that manifest on the skin. Here is a list of some of the most common yorkie skin problems: Yorkie Atopic Dermatitis (Yorkie Itchy Skin), Yorkie Dry Flaky Skin, Yorkie Alopecia (Yorkie Losing Hair And Scratching), Yorkie Skin Bumps, Yorkie Skin Mites, Yorkie Dandruff, Yorkie Scabs On Skin, Cushing’s Disease In Yorkie, Yorkie Hypothyroidism and Yorkie Black Skin Disease.