Priceless Yorkie Puppy - World's Cutest Yorkies Playing Tug-A-War If you're in the market for a puppy, consider the priceless Yorkie Puppy! It's not expensive, but you'll never know if it's really priceless until you watch it play! Priceless Yorkie Puppies: World's Cutest Teacup Yorkies Play Tug-A-War A teacup Yorkie is small enough to get into mischief if you let it outside. A sturdy leash and collar are required for safe walking. Teacup Yorkies are small dogs, so you won't want to buy a big-dog-sized leash and collar for your new companion. Instead, spend a little over $20 on high-quality toys that will keep your teacup puppy entertained and happy. A teacup Yorkie is a miniature Yorkshire Terrier that weighs four pounds or less. These adorable little dogs are small enough to fit inside a teacup, making them the world's smallest pooches. Compared to the giant Yorkshire Terriers and Pugs, these cuties are the most portable and adorable dogs! A treasure hunt game is another great way to keep your pup busy. Hide a favorite toy and call your dog to it when he finds it. Beginners can hide their favorite toy under the bed or behind a back. When your pup finds it, reward them with a treat. If your pup is good at finding the toy, he'll be begging you for it!
6 Week Old Chocolate Dapple Dachshund Learning to Climb Stairs If you're worried about your six-week-old Chocolate Dapple Dachshund climbing the stairs, worry no longer! There are many things to consider before letting your dachshund climb the stairs. First, make sure that you pick up your dog in the correct way. Ideally, the dachshund's weight should rest on the forearm of the arm that is supporting it. Then, tuck the dog against your body for extra support. You can also cradle the dog with your free arm to keep them from squirming. You can also use counter conditioning, which works best in conjunction with desensitization. By gradually exposing your dachshund to stairs at first, it will be less intimidating to him. Gradually increase the intensity of the exposure. You can even reward him for going near the stairs and climbing the first step. Repeat this until your dachshund has successfully mastered climbing stairs. Another reason your dachshund may not want to climb stairs is if you have a pregnant female. A pregnant female dachshund might be uncomfortable with stairs, especially if she is close to her due date. The stairs can be too stressful for a dog and could hurt her belly. You should also keep in mind that some dachshunds are stubborn and may not learn easily, and this may cause your dog to stop trying to learn something new. Another reason for your dog's fear of stairs is that they are not used to the heights and textures they are faced with. This means that they will react in fearful ways to stairs and may even back up. This behavior is called avoidance and will often cause the dog to show fear of stairs. Thankfully, you can successfully overcome this fear by following some simple steps.
3lb Yorkie Going Crazy After Bath This 3lb Yorkie is absolutely hilarious! It's like watching a three-legged, five-pound person go crazy! He has a wide array of hilarious reactions after his bath. First of all, he looks in all directions! He's probably picking up sounds or scents from far away. Fortunately, removing the mirror immediately reverts him to his normal behavior. A bath can make a dog go crazy. Just watch your dog's body language. Look for tense facial muscles, ears back, and tail down. If your dog shows any of these signs, he may hate the bath! In such a case, consider giving him a dry bath instead. Otherwise, you may have to put up with his hilarious behavior for a while!
Should I Get a Beagle Puppy? Cute Beagle Puppies Compilation Should I Get a Beagle Puppy? This compilation of adorable beagle puppies will provide you with the answers to these questions. While you may have heard that they are very friendly, beagles are notorious for their excessive barking. Luckily, you can curb this behavior with obedience training. While the price of a puppy might seem high, it's well worth it for the peace of mind you'll get when you take your new pet home. When you adopt a beagle puppy, you should expect a bit of training. Beagles are natural scent hounds and need plenty of time to explore their surroundings. However, if you begin training your puppy at about six months old, you'll find it much easier to keep them quiet, especially when they are learning their basic commands. Moreover, you can reward their good behavior by giving them praises and treats. While beagle puppies are notorious for their stubbornness, you can still train your new pet to behave around your housemates. While they don't need to be housebroken, they are often difficult to train. However, once you understand how to train your beagle puppy, you can be sure that your new pet will be a perfect addition to your family. Beagles need a high-quality diet. Their double-coated coat contains two layers, one of which is dry and coarse and the other is softer. It is recommended that you brush your puppy at least twice a week, using a soft bristle brush. Brushing your dog's coat is also beneficial for its health. Regular brushing prevents ear infections.
A Monkey and Teacup Yorkie Are Best Friends A teacup Yorkie and a monkey make the best friends! These two are very excitable and require a lot of exercise. The teacup Yorkie also likes to play with toys. They were originally bred as ratters and therefore have a high prey drive. It's essential to provide them with a suitable amount of exercise to keep them healthy. They need daily walks and playtime in order to keep fit. These two dogs have a common love of humans and are gentle, loving animals. They both have silky coats and are hypoallergenic. They are good with children and other animals and can be trained to play with them. The teacup Yorkie is known as the perfect companion for any family. It is a great choice for a family with small children. Despite the cuteness factor, the Japanese Chin has many negative qualities that make it the ideal companion for children. Although they are small in stature, teacup Yorkies are mighty dogs. They have short legs and are easy to control. This means that they can get spoiled easily. However, the teacup Yorkie can also be difficult to train to be good behaved. As a result, it's best to get help from a professional so you can socialize your new friend. You may also want to hire a dog groomer if you're unsure about how to socialize the two. One way to exercise the two dogs is to play fetch. Playing fetch will keep them busy and offer them mental stimulation. Try a Kong toy or plush toy that makes them look like squirrels. Alternatively, try a squeaky ball. A Gnawsome ball is small enough to fit in the Yorkie's mouth! To avoid injury, you can use a ball launcher. For even more exercise, build an obstacle course with toys.
A Pit Bull Terrier Chained to a Tree Transforms Into the Happiest, Prettiest Girl in the World It is hard to believe that a Pit Bull chained to a tree can become the happiest dog in the world, but that is exactly what happened to one boy in South Carolina. In an incredible tale of survival and transformation, a 7-year-old boy was rescued by a sheriff's deputy from a chained pit bull. The pit bull had been chained to a tree in a backyard for several years. The boy was unable to get the dog to let go of the chain and the deputy shot the pit bull in self-defense. The boy survived but required emergency surgery. In the city of Tehachapi, CA, an overpass found Maple in dire conditions. The dog was in extreme pain and starving. The rescue organization Marley's Mutts stepped in to provide medical attention to Maple. Although many people are scared to adopt a pit bull, it is important to know that this type of animal can become a wonderful pet in a loving and supportive environment. Unlike other dogs, Pit Bulls are not aggressive towards people. If they were, they would be killed on the spot. But as a pit bull, they fight for your love, treats, and attention. They are also programmed to kill other dogs, even if that means killing a chicken or a small animal tied to a tree. And as if that wasn't enough, this rescued Pit Bull is transforming into the happiest dog in the world!
My Husky Wakes All 3 Of My Children In The Cutest Way! My Husky wakes all three of my kids in the most adorable way! He loves waking the children up in the morning! And he has the best scent ever! The smell of babies and baby clothes evokes such fond memories of my childhood. The husky is so lovable and gentle that I have two more Huskies! My children wake up to his yapping and licking. And now that my children are up, my Husky also wakes them up in the cutest way possible! This little dog is extremely affectionate. Despite their size, they are playful and curious. They love playing and will play with your children, as long as they are old enough to respect the dog. If your kids are older, you can leave the Husky alone with them; however, if they are too young, they can be dangerous. I can't recommend this breed for small children, though! A Husky needs more than two hours of exercise every day, and not every family has the time to dedicate to this. If you don't give your dog the exercise he needs, he'll end up chasing your children or running circles around them. If you don't have a big backyard, you can take your dog to a park for some exercise. A big backyard is great for getting exercise.
Leaving Your Yorkie Home Alone For a Long Time When you are going to leave your Yorkie home alone for a long time, it can be scary. However, a little planning goes a long way in keeping your Yorkie happy and safe. These tips will help you ensure your Yorkie is well cared for while you are away. Follow the pointers below to make your Yorkie feel comfortable and safe. The first thing you should look for when leaving your Yorkie alone is if it is sleeping at the time you arrive home. Boredom can make them agitated and depressed. The Yorkie-Poo breed is family-oriented and enjoys the company of their owners. Because of their low-prey drive, these dogs are great for homes with kids and other pets. However, they need plenty of exercise and love to stay happy. As with any dog, proper socialization is important. This is why many Yorkie owners choose to get a littermate Yorkie-Poo. Separation anxiety can lead to many problems for your Yorkie-Poo. Separation anxiety and depression will lead to a host of negative behaviors in your Yorkie. Some Yorkies will even become anorexic, denying themselves food and water altogether. This behavior should be addressed right away. However, if you are unable to find your Yorkie-Poo in the house, it's important to consider the following symptoms to determine if it's time to take care of them.
Bulldog Enjoys Lazy Day On Sofa One of the most enduring myths about the Bulldog is that it loves nothing more than a lazy day on the sofa. While that's certainly possible, this belief is largely unfounded. In fact, this myth was perpetuated by the Pixar movie Up, where a French Bulldog donned a striped tie and hopped onto the pavement for a jog. But the bulldogs have different ideas about what constitutes a "lazy day" on the sofa. Although this breed has a reputation for being a couch potato, it does need regular exercise. Generally, Bulldogs need just 10 to 15 minutes of exercise in the morning and in the evening, and they do not need a lot of physical activity. Bulldogs are excellent with children and are not aggressive towards strangers. They rarely mix with other breeds, which is another reason why they make good couch potatoes. Bulldogs are among the most laid back breeds, but they do require some exercise to stay healthy and happy. A good Bulldog should have at least an hour of exercise daily, and they are prone to developing great bursts of speed when they need to. Regardless of their laziness, Bulldogs are affectionate, dependable, and loyal companions. Although they may not be the most active breed, their love of sleeping and playing make them ideal couch potatoes. As the most popular dog breed in the U.S., the Bulldog has a moderate energy level, so they are surprisingly heavy for their size. Picking up a Bulldog may be a challenge, but they are usually content to rest in the house until you feed them. While they love children, they don't like to spend hours running and chasing balls. A lazy Bulldog may be just the right fit for your family.
Golden Retrievers and Husky Meeting Their Best Friends Newborn Kitten Watch a video of a Golden Retriever, Husky, and new-born kitten meeting for the first time. This adorable moment was captured by a cat and dog owner in Kunming City, China. The puppies displayed great tenderness and affection for their new baby friend. And just like in the video, they took great care of their new friend. A few days later, the kitten was born, and the three furry friends were reunited. These three dogs kept a close eye on the kitten as its momma recovered, and were very protective of it. The dogs even took the time to groom the new kitten, while the orange-tabby father of the kitten cuddles and lays with her. They have no fear of leaving the kitten with them. Watching the video paints a picture of a close-knit animal family.
Cuteness Baby is Singing Her Favorite Song! This cute baby is singing her favorite song. And daddy is listening to it! This adorable video of a newborn singing her favorite song will surely warm the hearts of both parents. This song is not only sweet but also has a very sweet melody. The lyrics are simple, yet the melody is very beautiful. And it's easy to sing along with your child. It's also a perfect song to sing to your baby. There are several types of baby songs, and not only are they sweet but also empowering. One such popular song is "Thinking Out Loud" by Ed Sheeran, and baby Mary responds ecstatically to the lyrics. While listening to the song, the baby starts singing along with her father and is amazed at the sound. If your child enjoys music, chances are she'll love to sing it someday. Another popular song for babies is "You Are My Sunshine." It was first recorded in the year 1939, but became one of the most popular songs of all time. In addition, almost everyone knows the lyrics to this song. You can teach your child the song by singing it with her. This will help her develop gross motor skills and encourage her to move around. Plus, it helps improve her standardized test scores! Another cute song for babies is "Some Things Never Change." In the movie "Mulan", the character sings this song while she is frightened of showing her true self. The song is a popular choice among children, and it was featured in the Disney movie "Frozen" and was made famous by Christina Aguilera. It was an easy choice for a song for bedtime. If you aren't a Grammy-winning singer, this song will still work.
Rescue Dog Waits in the Driveway Every Day For Her Dad to Come Home A rescue dog waits in the driveway every day for her owner, Tim, to arrive home. The video, titled "Rescue Dog Waits in the Driveway Every Day For Her Dad to Come Home," has received more than two million likes on Facebook. In addition, a similar video has gone viral. The devoted dog can be seen fixed on a bend in the road.
Brave Yorkie Dog Saves Boy From Coyote! The young boy and his mother are both in critical condition, but it is a testament to the bravery of the Yorkie dog, Macy, who saved the little boy from a coyote and survived the incident. The family has said they have had a few experiences with coyotes and have taken steps to ensure that their property is safe. However, one coyote attack left the boy with serious tissue damage. Fortunately, Macy was able to save the boy and returned home, with only 40 stitches. After the frightening incident, Macy's bravery was captured on surveillance video. The brave dog is estimated to weigh around five pounds. It was able to fight off the animal with no problem, even though it was twice the size of Macy. Macy's heroics are documented on the GoFundMe page for the family. It was a heartwarming story for many, and we can only hope that it is the start of a long and healthy relationship between Lily and Macy. Macy's owner, Lily Kwan, has since shared photos of the boy and the dog on Facebook. The mom has expressed gratitude to all those who have given prayers and support to the family. She has also talked to a dozen agencies, including wildlife professionals, animal control, and the city of Toronto's Ministry of Natural Resources. Hopefully, this story will serve as a model for other dogs, and the Yorkie can follow suit.