CALL OR TEXT ANYTIME 740-809-3074
Yorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier PupsYorkshire Terrier Puppy For Sale Premier Pups

Yorkshire Terrier Puppies For Sale

Confident ~ Courageous ~ Independent

Frequently Asked Questions

The average lifespan is 11 to 15 years.

They can be. This breed is very territorial, independent and fearless which can lead to aggressive behaviors. Proper training and socialization at an early age can help to eliminate these aggressive behaviors.

The adult Yorkshire Terrier measures between 8 to 9 inches in height and weighs between 3 to 7 lbs.

This breed has a long fine single coat that often has a glossy or silky texture.

Yes. This has a lot to do with their hunting and terrier lineage. They bark when they are excited, agitated or just want to communicate.

No. A Yorkshire Terriers coat is actually made of hair and not fur so they only shed minimally, much the same as human hair loss.

No dog is truly hypoallergenic, however because this breed has hair they will carry less pet dander, which makes them an excellent breed for those who suffer with allergies.

These small and mighty dogs are brave and confident. They are fearless and fun and always willing and ready to play. Alternatively, they also enjoy plenty of lap time on the couch and cuddles with their owners and family.

This breed has a moderate energy level so they will need a couple of walks each day. Short strolls in addition to some indoor or outdoor active play each day will be plenty to keep them healthy.

Though they are known for their independence, they don’t like being left alone. They can develop separation anxiety or destructive behaviors if left alone for long periods of time. They’d be much happier going wherever you go.

They can be, but it requires a fair amount of training and socialization for both the Yorkshire Terrier and the child or children. This breed can become easily agitated and aggressive if provoked.

Yes, they are most commonly referred to as a “Yorkie”.

Yes. Puppies are born black and their coats turn blue-and-tan as they mature.

The Yorkshire Terrier originated in Yorkshire county in northern England during the 19th century.

The Yorkshire Terrier's ears will begin to stand between the ages of 6 and 8 months.

REVIEWS

YORKSHIRE TERRIER


Date: 1/11/2020
Name: Shai (formerly FiFi)
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: Janeé
Loc: NJ

I purchased Shai back in November 2018. The process was very quick and easy. I picked her up at the airport and she was nice and comfortable in her crate with a bed and a toy. Shai has a very big personality and brings joy to my life. I’m happy I mad the decision to go with Premier Pups. She is now 1 year old. She’s happy and healthy and loves her new home.

Date: 12/18/2016
Name: Sadie & Lia
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: william farver
Loc: ashland, ohio

Adopted both Sadie (49108 Sophie) & Lia (50241 Bella) from Premier Pups. They are not from the same litter but are “Best Friends Forever”!! Our house is no longer boring! It is full of love & playfulness, sometimes too much… ha-ha. Sophie just turned 6 months and Lia is now 4.5 months old. We made a great choice getting our puppies from Premier Pups. Healthy & growing fast, well 5 LBS now, close to their full adult size. They wish everyone a Merry Christmas 2016

Date: 2/16/2017
Name: Rusty
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: Rebecca
Loc: Cleveland, Ohio

Thank you Premier Pups for such excellent service. First time purchasing a puppy and I may say it was very delightful. Everyone at this facility is very professional and kind. I highly recommend to everyone and would surely go back for another pup!

Date: 1/10/2019
Name: Cleo (previously named Rebecca)
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: Marcial Cruz
Loc: Los Angeles, CA

Approximately two years ago, my family and I decided to buy a yorkie (Rascal, who we renamed Goliath). This year, we came to the conclusion that Goliath needed a partner to play with, so be bought Rebecca (who we’ve now named Cleo). Now, I’m very happy that we have two yorkies instead of one.

Date: 2/21/2018
Name: Sammi
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: Pam Rowgo
Loc: Kalamazoo, MI United States

Sammi is now 2, we and everyone loves her. The best little girl. She has been just wonderful. Thank you Premier Pups for our Sammi!

Date: 5/12/2020
Name: “Bella” Chanel
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: Karen Richardson
Loc: Toledo Ohio

I have been monitoring Premier Pups site for a long time before finally making a pup purchase. I was very skeptical about making the online purchase and not being able to see the actual pup in person. Well, the transaction was very easy after watching the Informational videos. The pick up was very easy and professionally done. The puppy was actually the exact pup that I purchased. Chanel has been with us a week now, healthy as can be. Premier Pup Associates communicated daily, emailed weekly expectations, and made sure everything was covered to assist us with the transition. I’m very grateful and happy that I took this chance. Thank you Premier Pups!!!

Date: 6/10/2017
Name: Jayla "twinkle"
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: Mendi short
Loc: Port orange fl

Thank you so much!!! We got our puppy safely home she had alittle kennel cough that we treated but other than that she is an amazing , loving , energetic sweet girl! We love her and couldn't be happier!

Date: 2/17/2018
Name: Little Meyer ( Harley)
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: Ashlei Guerriero
Loc: Mill hall pa

I received my little puppy for a b-day present from my boss. At first she didn’t transition, our vet said she was a very sick puppy she was going to die. That was so far from the truth Mike from premier puppy told me what to do, he went out of his way to help me from Dailey texts and phone calls he knew what to do. If it wouldn’t have been for him I would have listened to the vet and she would have died. He said trust me, and I did. If I ever have any questions he answers me. I thank God for Premiere puppy every day. My puppy is very Healthy. Thank you premier puppy??

Date: 1/24/2019
Name: Chaise (formerly Zorro)
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: Cody and Aimee Ash
Loc: Clarksburg, WV

On August 19, 2018, we made the 3.5 hour drive to pick up our new precious baby. The experience was so easy and the staff was wonderful at helping us every step of the way. He is the sweetest little pup and such a blessing to our entire family.

Date: 1/7/2016
Name: George
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Client: Emma Crockett
Loc: Chicago, IL

I chose Premierpups.come because they had great prices for Yorkies, and they were so nice. They flew my puppy out to me in Chicago, and answered all of my frantic phone calls as a first time pet owner. George is now almost 2 years old, and is super healthy. He hasn't had any health issues. He's the best dog, and I am so happy I heard about this site!

BREED INFORMATION


Temperament

Alert, Courageous, Energetic, Loyal, Intelligent, Independent and Playful

Adult Weight 4-6 lbs
Adult Height 8-9 in
Life Expectancy 10-16 yrs
Rating 5.0 (53 reviews)
Maintenance    
Low High
Training    
Easy Hard
Shedding    
Min Max
Adaptability    
Easy Hard
Active    
Low High

The Yorkshire Terrier also known to many as the Yorkie, said to have Scottish ancestry, was brought to England by breeders in the 19th century. It was originally bred and used to catch mice in clothing mills. Due to its energetic and brave temperament, it excelled at this task. Today, the Yorkie is one of the most popular and sought-after dog breeds in the United States. Its long silky coat which is usually blue and tan in color gives this puppy a unique physical appearance. These charming little dogs crave attention and are very affectionate towards humans; thus, making them the perfect addition to your family.

Appearance and Grooming

This toy sized terrier has a long, silky and soft blue and tan coat that is parted on the face and from the base of the skull to the end of the tail and hangs evenly and quite straight down each side of body. The body is neat, compact and well proportioned. An interesting fact is that their coats become lighter in color as they age. Though, shedding is minimal, their long hair requires daily brushing in effort to prevent tangles and knots. Regular grooming every for 6 to 8 weeks is also very important to keep a healthy coat and clipped nails.

Temperament

This self-assured, intelligent breed is a combination of charming looks and adventurous terrier spirit. This breed can certainly show a wide range of personalities from cuddly and perky and wanting nothing more than to adoringly follow in their families everywhere, to an outgoing and sometimes mischievous temperament. Early socialization and training will make for a well-rounded addition to your family. But be careful not to spoil them to much as they can encourage them to form bad behaviors.

Family and Companionship

These elegant dogs are very affectionate towards their owners and families as one would expect from a companion dog, but true to their terrier heritage, they're sometimes suspicious of strangers, and will bark at strange sounds and intruders. They require lots of attention and time with their family. It is best not to leave them for long hours as they will become quite anxious and yappy. Because of their small size they will do best with older children unless supervised during play time with younger children.

Exercise

Daily exercise will help your Yorkie release pent-up energy, maintain muscles, keep the heart healthy, keeps the metabolism working efficiently and intense that they are panting. A moderate walk twice a day is perfect. These dogs like routine, so ideally one in the morning and one in the evening.

Training and Socialization

These puppies respond best to repetition, praise and plenty of positive reinforcement. They are very in tune with the trainer and the challenges of training as they are driven by the mental stimulation. Early socialization is equally important as it offers the opportunity to become accustomed to people, other dogs and traffic. It also provides this curious pup with mental stimulation by way of sight, scent, sound, which aids in the training process.