Scroll Top

Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire Terriers Usually Suffer From Hepatic Lipidosis

HEPATIC LIPIDOSIS is a disease that threatens the life of your dog, with PETPLAN you can detect it and treat it

Breed characteristics

Long hair, straight and even hanging on each side of the body with a dividing line that starts from the nose to the tail. Very compact and elegant, its very straight shape gives it an air of importance.

  • 17 cm to the cross.
  • 3.2 kg approx.
  • Pet dog, pet.
  • From 120 to 190 g. DAILY.
  • Audacious, Independent, Intelligent, Confident, Courageous.
  • From 12 to 16 years old.

Yorkshires care tips

We all worry about giving our dogs the best possible care. Click in the link below and enjoy some tips and tricks for the best care your pup could ever think of.

How to train your Yorkshire?

We all have a hard time learning, but there is always an effective way to do it. We leave you with this link in which they teach you how to train your puppy.

Top 5 Health concerns

Yorkshires like the rest of breeds, have possibilities of getting sick, read this article and get to know what are some of their most common health concerns.

General characteristics

We give you a little bit more information about your favorite topic: Your pet. We hope you like!

Common illnesses

Protect your YORKSHIRE’s health. Get a quote


Disease In The Gums​


Respiratory Problems


Hepatic Lipidosis


Patella Dislocation

World Nº 1 Insurance Provider for Yorkshire Terrier

Protect your puppy with the best insurance plan available

Breed origins

Of low structure, with short extremities, elongated body but compact and with strong musculature. The head is carried with ease and pride; the expression is cunning. In spite of having short extremities, in relation to the body, it should not be clumsy or limited in its movements. The specific development of both sexes is typical.

Other breeds of dogs