Yorkshire Terrier - Pg.2 ❤️

Cani e gatti ❤️ rivista Dog Style 1 En

Yorkshire Terrier. History: In the second half of the 19th century the county of Yorkshire had become an important center for the textile industry: workers brought their small long-haired terriers to work, so that they hunted the mice that caused a lot of damage to the bales of wool. During the same period, Yorkshire miners did the same by using these dogs to chase away rats in the coal mines. Indeed, thanks to their small size and agility, these dogs could easily enter the narrowest tunnels and, in case of danger, find the miners in difficulty. Today the Yorkshire is clearly no longer required to hunt mice, but certainly the aptitude for this activity, typical of this breed, has not changed. The Huddersfield Ben is considered the progenitor of this breed born in 1865, but the Yorkshire Terrier breed is the result of several crossings. General Appearance: Dog with long coat, falling straight and evenly on both sides, with a parting extending from the nose to the end of the tail. Very compact and with clear lines, it has an upright posture which gives the appearance of self- importance. The general profile gives the impression of a vigorous and well proportioned body.

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