What Does A Yorkie Chihuahua Mix Look Like?
A Yorkie Chihuahua Mix looks rectangular-shaped and is small in size. Looking typically like a toy dog, some breeds are so small that they can fit into a purse.
Their ears are pointed and they inherited this trait from their Chihuahua parents. At times, the top of their ears can get floppy, a feature derived from Yorkshire Terrier. For their eyes, they are large and dark and their nose is tiny and brown.
Their coat is intermediate between that of a Chihuahua and a Yorkshire Terrier. And the texture is silky, soft, and thick. Their coat color also comes in many varieties. From the white ones to the black ones, there are many Chihuahua Yorkie Mixes to choose from.
The colors of Chihuahua Yorkie Mixes are brown, white, tan, beige, dark red, blonde, grey, or black. The colors can appear singly or be mixed with other colors. Often, their coat color patterns are mixed.
At the puppy stage, they are without a distinct neck. Their legs are also small and unable to support their movement. However, a fully grown Chorkie looks stronger and has longer legs to support its weight and movement.
At What Age Is A Chorkie Full Grown?
A Chorkie usually becomes fully grown after the first 12 months or the age of one.
Then, it will have a distinct neck, a slimmer body that is rectangular, and a lengthy tail that will often swing sideways.