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So. I'm soon to be getting a small dog. I'm waiting probably 3-7 months to get it because my grandma is moving in and its hectic. Now here's. show more So. I'm soon to be getting a small dog. I'm waiting probably 3-7 months to get it because my grandma is moving in and its hectic. Now here's my life in a nutshell. I love excersize and the outdoors so i want a pooch that will come sit outside with me, but I'm not saying i want him/her to climb a mt. with me. Just a playing buddy. All so I have one dog and three cats and they all get along very well. I just need a dog that can adjust to cats. All so like i said my grandmas moving in so I cant have a dog thats gonna come run her over. All so I excersize from on average 4/5-6/7 every day so im pretty busy but there will always be someone on dog watch. I am going to be the primary care keeper though, so a dog that doesnt need constant grooming will be good. Im used to potty breaks at 1 in the morning so im not worried. All so MAIN DEATS: i want a small dog. The smaller the better. i want my buddy to kinda just connect to one person. that person being me. ) after all this will be my dog. not my familys. All so i <3 teacup dogs! <33333!
The primary breed im looking at is a Yorkie. Would a teacup yorkie be okay for me. Can i have the pros and cons of yorkies? IE: grooming, sheding, good with pets, vicious, friendly. ect! every ounce of dets u have on yorkies WILL HELP! TY!
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There is no such thing as a teacup Yorkie. Teacups are runts bred with runts and will generally have health issues. Having said that, Yorkies need to be brushed or groomed regularly. You have to wash the crusties out of the eyes almost daily. If not trained properly you can end up with an annoying little yelper. But, they are also very smart.