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Yorkie For Sale Connecticut

Looking For The Best Yorkie Puppy
in Connecticut?

We’re here to help you find the perfect puppy to bring home. Also known as Yorkshire Terriers, these puppies originally come from England and were once lapdogs for Victorian ladies. Today, their energetic, joyful, intelligent personalities make them a favorite in the U.S.

When you visit Puppy Petite in New York City, we’ll assist you in selecting the Yorkie puppy with the best personality for your lifestyle. Our staff is available to answer questions and provide you with specific care instructions in order to make the Yorkie puppy-buying process as easy as possible for you.

We receive new puppies frequently and post pictures on our website when new ones arrive. Be sure to check our site for the most up-to-date puppies available.

Yorkshire Terrier Puppies For Sale

Yorkie For Sale Connecticut: Frequently Asked
Questions

The Yorkshire Terrier is known for having a playful, friendly personality and is highly intelligent. While this breed might be very small, their personality is big.

On average, Yorkies weigh 7 pounds.

Yorkshire Terriers are a favorite breed of American households - and for good reason! They’re a fun, loving breed. If you are considering getting a Yorkshire puppy, it’s important to note they are essentially babies. Taking care of them during the first few weeks from when you bring them home involves a lot of time and attention.

Here are some considerations to keep in mind when deciding if a Yorkie puppy is best for you:

  • A Yorkshire puppy will need physical activity daily, including a walk at least twice each day. They also often enjoy playing fetch.
  • They are a social breed and will need interaction with people.
  • Yorkies are very intelligent and will need to be properly trained and housebroken.
  • As a result of their small size, their weight does need to be monitored since they can gain weight easily (for example, you don’t want to give them too many treats and you’ll need to pay attention to how much you feed them).
  • They do tend to be a vocal breed.
  • Yorkies make wonderful family pets.

A Yorkie’s hair can grow to be very long. If you do decide to keep the hair long, it will need to be groomed daily. Additionally, Yorkies do not shed, so there is very little maintenance required when they have shorter hair.

When it comes to potty training your Yorkshire puppy, consider these tips:

  • Consistency is important. Try to take your puppy outside to use the bathroom multiple times each day and at the same time if possible (morning, afternoon, evening). This is how your puppy will learn.
  • Patience is also key. Your puppy will eventually learn where to go to the bathroom, but it will take time.
  • If you don’t have time to potty train your puppy as a result of other responsibilities, consider having your puppy professionally trained.

Yes, Yorkies tend to be easy to potty train because they are very intelligent. It typically takes a Yorkie up to 8 weeks to be fully potty trained.

Yes, Yorkies tend to be a very protective breed. They are known for being highly vigilant.

Whether or not your Yorkie is well behaved with other dogs will depend on the personality of the other dog and your specific Yorkie.

The chocolate-color Yorkie is the rarest color of this breed. They can also be a deep blue and tan color, black and tan, black and gold, or blue and gold.

The average life expectancy is between 12 to 15 years.

A Teddy Bear Yorkie is used to describe a Yorkie puppy that is a mix of Yorkie, Shih Tzu, and Poodle. They have a more rounded head and larger eyes.

Yorkies are generally very pleasant, friendly breeds. Before selecting your Yorkie at the store, you can observe it playing with other puppies to see how it interacts. You should always choose a puppy with a good disposition.

Female Yorkies tend to live approximately 1.5 years longer than males. Both males and females have wonderful, energetic personalities. Sometimes a Yorkie female can be more territorial than a male, but this will depend on the specific Yorkie, as they are very individualistic.

Yes, but the amount of time a Yorkie can be left alone will depend on their age. In the first several months of life, a Yorkie puppy should not be left alone, as they still need regular care and attention. Once a Yorkie is 16 months old, it can often be left alone for between 4 to 6 hours each day. Signs to look out for that it might be too early for your Yorkie to be home alone throughout the day is if they become stressed (not eating, and/or very vocal while you’re gone). If this occurs, some people find it helpful to pay for a dog sitter to visit with their Yorkie while they are working.

Most Yorkies are very comfortable being left alone for a few hours once they reach a certain age, but this will ultimately depend on the specific Yorkie.

Yes, Yorkies are generally well-behaved with children. However, just like any breed, Yorkies that are more accustomed to being around children consistently will be more comfortable with them. If you do not have children in your home, but want your Yorkie to feel familiar with children, you can try taking your Yorkie to the park regularly or having play dates with friends’ children.

Yes. We also sell Chihuahua puppies, Maltese puppies, and Shih-Tzu puppies at our New York City pet store.

The price of our Yorkie puppies will vary depending on the specific litter and breeder. For any questions on pricing and availability, please contact us at: puppypetite@aol.com

We do not ship puppies to you. You must pick up your puppy in person at our NYC location. To coordinate a pick-up time or see our puppies in person, please call us at 718.306.4136 or email us at: puppypetite@aol.com We are open 7 days a week from 11 am to 9 pm.

We have a group of private Yorkie breeders who breed within the home. This ensures our puppies are well-socialized, have a healthy temperament, and are purebred puppies. We never use puppy mills.

Yes, each of our Yorkie breeders is registered with the USDA.

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