Yorkshire Terrier Puppy Training

Train your Yorkshire Terrier with the basics.

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You should get your dog used to riding in the car at an early age. Most dogs love to go for rides and, if given the opportunity, they would gladly take the steering wheel! Teach your puppy some car manners, such as no riding on the driver's lap, no racing about the car from window to window and no chewing on the arm rests.

It is also very important to remember not to take your dog out and leave him alone for even a few minutes in the car. A car can heat up very quickly, and your dog will not be able to cope with the heat.

The safest way to travel in a car with a Yorkie is in his crate. Even though your Yorkie would rather sit on your lap or peer out of the back window, your safest option is the crate.

Next step: Games for the Yorkshire Terrier Puppy

Reprinted from Breeders Best: Yorkshire Terrier © 2004. Permission granted by Kennel Club Books, an imprint of BowTie Press.

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Steven   Ronkonkoma, New York

1/25/2013 2:39:06 PM

We have a12week old male yorkie he goes #1 n#2 all over the house he will not go near wee wee pads or a little box w news paper he does not know we're to go? I don't know what to do? Please help us?

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Zendaya   Georgia, CA

12/7/2011 4:44:44 PM

Should add more facts sorry didn't exactly like it not what I'm looking for my pup is a playful pup

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Robert   Pittsburgh, PA

2/9/2011 9:56:39 AM

We have a yorkie that turns 2 in May. He has been using the pads for both number 1 and number 2. He routinely used the pads but then started going into a carpeted room when he was unsupervised. We had to recarpet the room and have blocked it off now. He began using the pads on a more consistent bases when we blocked off the room (3 months ago). BUT over the last two or three weeks he has decided to pee and poop in another carpeted room that he has access to. This is a big problem. Thoughts?

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james   san antonio, TX

7/17/2010 11:02:59 AM

i have a yorkie how do i start her to like the crate

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