|Issue No. 51 What's inside|
|A Yorkie learns all the time|
Who doesn't wish to enjoy a harmonious
relation from the beginning on? But without you as the (Yorkie)
herd chief – guiding and teaching your dog cleverly – this
won't come true and therefore will only remain a wish. As soon
as the Yorkie joins your family, he learns. He starts learning
right after his birth: from his mother, his siblings, and
hopefully from his breeder, too. Now, it's your job to perfect
the available foundation and to iron out the faults committed at
an earlier stage. And don't forget the essential task: to avoid
new faults, of course! One should always keep in mind: a Yorkie
learns his whole life through, unfortunately also negative
|The 10 most frequent questions concerning the Yorkie's diet|
Can I feed my dog bones? Or raw meat? How many
meals are suitable for my Yorkie? Does cat food harm to my dog?
What about titbits? Questions, and more questions... If your
Yorkie doesn't eat enough, it is sometimes a good avice to feed
cat food. But, attention – you should do so only for a short
period of time. If you do so for a too long period of time, your
dog will get deficiency symptoms. We love to give our darling
little delicious snacks between the meals – but no milk
chocolate, please! If milk chocolate is feed without moderation,
it can cause stomach or intestinal disorders and in some cases,
even lead to death...
Read further in the YTJ 51
|Attention! Also untrustworthy breeder give you a genealogical table!|
There are many different sorts of breeders
that you encounter when looking for a suitable Yorkie whelp.
There are some who seem to want to get ridd of their animal as
soon as possible, others think that hey have the right to tell
you in every detail how to proceed with the dog keeping in
future. If you want to be successful when looking for a whelp,
you should be well-informed and be able to see through the dog
seller and his intentions. If you are not well-informed, the dog
seller will take you for a ride. If a breeder advertises several
dog races at once, dont'e even call for information. Animals
from such mass breeders often carry diseases, and every sold
whelp will be "reproduced" right after having found a
new holder. Also avoid buying Yorkies from breeders who offer
you a lower price when you do without a genealogical table...
|Also in the Yorkshire-Terrier-Journal No. 51|
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