What do you feed
I feed the adults
Ultra Adult and the puppies Nutro
Ultra Puppy. I really like the
way the dogs are doing on it.
I NOW USE SPRAY-ON FRONTLINE ONLY IF NEEDED. WITH REGULAR TREATMENTS
ON THE YARD I HAVE NOT SEEN A FLEA OR TICK IN YEARS.
Why do you use flea and tick collars when my vet said not to?
My vet told me not to also. He had me using that oil that you put on the
neck. When I got Sassie I read the instructions and it states that you have to
keep them away from other dogs for 24 hours. I spoke with my Vet again because I
thought that the stuff must be pretty caustic and he suggested that I use the
spray. The spray didn't work so well for me, so I decided that I would use the
collars, but I use the puppy collars. They work great and they are safe for
puppies. Yorkies are small enough that the collars handle things fine and I have
no problems with fleas or ticks.
Are the puppies' kin to the dogs on your pedigree page?
All the dogs listed on the pedigree page are traced back for my dogs Cujo and
Sassie and are in the line of the puppies. I have traced their lines back to
England and Ireland in several cases and the list is only a partial
representation of the complete pedigree that I have.
How do I potty train my new puppy?
Puppies 6 to 16 weeks old are not housebroken. You don't let a young baby run
around the house without a diaper unsupervised, so don't let your yorkie. If the
puppy gets away from you and potties where it is not allowed be sure to let him
know it was not good, but do not yell, clean the area with white vinegar in
water to help neutralize the smell. This will prevent the puppy returning to the
spot that smells. Then place the puppy in the area where he is supposed to go.
When the dog goes where he is supposed to go PRAISE him lavishly. The puppy can
be rewarded with house privileges after his business is done in the right place.
Make an area for your puppy where he can stay with bedding, puppy pads, food and
water. He is too young to hold his business for very long, so keep the area
small, but with all his needs available. My mom and sister built an area with
baby stops. They took 3 of them that they bought at Wal-Mart for each and made
an area about 3 by 5. Zach has access to food, water, his bed, and the puppy
pads. During the times they are with him they open part of the area and he can
run around the den, at night and when they leave they place him in his area. It
is working very well. The older he gets the more control he is gaining, the more
freedom he gets around the house. They tied the gates together with strip ties
and used 2 walls for the other sides. Remember that your dog does want to please
you, but he is a terrier and will push the envelope. I think the best idea is to
train your dog for both outside and inside potting. This is especially true if
you like to travel. My dogs were crate trained, as they don't like to potty
where they sleep. It is not cruel or unusual punishment. You will find that your
dog will often go into his crate, as he prefers the secure feeling that it gives
him. While he is a young pup keep the time short as he will not be able to hold
his bladder long. You will be able to crate him longer as he gets older. Have an
area where he can be left if you will be gone for a long time. If your dog has a
tendency to suffer from separation anxiety the crate is the best place to keep
him for his health and for your house. The main point is to watch your dog. He
will let you know when he needs to potty. He will start smelling around and
preparing to go. Get him to his area right away. If you are crate training him
take him out as soon as you let him out of the crate and no house privileges
until the business is done. Be patient it will pay off.
Hi i'm Mildred from Venezuelathank you
I have a 2 and a have year old yorkie, and I
would like to know how you groom your yorkies, and what do youd do to let the
This is a million dollar question. Every one that I know that owns Yorkies
grooms them differently. I work a full time job and so I have developed my own
grooming routine. Most important is their diet. They must have a dog food with
Omega Oils in it. If the food you feeding them doesn't have it, you can purchase
several oils to add to the food. I use "Veterinarian's Best" Vita-Derm. This is
the best way to get a healthy coat.I run some water in the tub,
warm, but not hot or cold. I get the level to about mid body and use a cup, or
you can use a sprayer to wet down their coat. I then place a lot of "Herbal
Essences" Replenish Shampoo (I now use InfusionShampoo and Leave-In
Conditioner) and run my fingers through the coat several times.
When I've done this several times I rinse repeatedly until all of the shampoo is
removed. I remove them from the bath and wrap them in a towel, hold them for a
bit and then I spray them with "Gold Medal Pets" Unicoat. I dry until they
are completely dry
brushing on one side and work my way all the around. Choose a brush that your
dog likes, each of mine use a different brush. After they are completely dry I
spray them again and do a quick brush through. I also clip their nails being very
careful not to cut into the quick. I also cut the hair around their feet and the
hair on their behind under the tail. This will prevent catchings in their hair
when they potty. I don't use bows at this time so I trim their bangs so they can
see. (I'm using bows on some of them sometimes.) If you want really long coats, the only way I know is to keep their hair
up. Some people use perm paper and others use plastic ones. They keep the hair off the ground and helps
stop the hair from breaking. I groom my show dogs completely differently.