We all love our pets for many reasons but this cute Yorkshire Terrier has left us absolutely smitten. Misa Minnie is an adorable puppy that has obviously been well trained by her owner. At just 18-weeks old, she began to perform a wide array of tricks and by 31 weeks, she has gotten so smart
German Shepherds have a long standing history as guard dogs, trained to serve, protect and intimidate. They’ve been cast in action films and awarded medals of honor so is it really any wonder why we would want one for ourselves? If you’re left unconvinced about the range of benefits that come with adopting a German
It’s a bird, it’s a plane…it’s a teenie-tiny Yorkie raring to steal your heart! Yorkshire terriers rarely exceed the weight of seven pounds, which locates them right in the toy category. Despite the classification, don’t be fooled—Yorkies are a spunky and vivacious breed that also happen to be totally okay with being lugged around in a
Like people, small dog breeds come with intrinsically different personalities. They can act like a big dog in a small body. 1. Some dogs dawdle. Yorkshire terriers FLY. 2. Like properly fly. 3. Fly through the air with the greatest of ease. 4. With the very minimum of effort. 5. Unencumbered by mere gravity. 6. Up where the air is clear. 7. Released
Meet Lucy, the world’s smallest working dog.
Superfoods are foods that are naturally nutrient-rich and therefore are especially beneficial for your dog’s health. But what exactly are superfoods for dogs? Dr. Ernie Ward, member of Petplan Veterinary Advisory Board gave us the following 12 superfoods for your dog. As with any nutritional change, talk your vet before adding these foods into your
1. Your bed is no longer your bed Source 2. And your couch is no longer your couch Source 3. You will get A LOT of Yorkie love Source 4. Your Yorkie will be waiting for you . . . always Source 5. Your car will start to feel smaller Source 6. Your TV will become “our” TV Source 7. You will
Every so often, a dog rescue video comes along that is so powerful, it lingers with you long after you’ve watched to its conclusion. This is, without a doubt, one of those stories. You’re about to meet and be inspired by a remarkable little dog named Maria. For most of her life, Maria was neglected