The World's Smallest Dogs Meysi the Yorkshire terrier is the World's tiniest dog. Born in Poland in 2011, she is one of five puppies that her owners mistakenly thought was a placenta. At only seven centimetres long and weighing only 150 grams, she is remarkably healthy. Although her size is a little small, Meysi is full of attitude, which is common in terriers. Meysi is a tiny terrier that is not even four inches tall. She weighs about three and a half ounces, which is the equivalent of one can of Coke-a-Cola. Although she is tiny, she was critically ill at birth and was unable to grow. But she is now a strong, healthy dog. And if you are looking for an unusual pet, this is it! The Toy Fox Terrier is also the world's tiniest dog. Originally bred to hunt rats, this breed has a short or long coat. It stands eight to 10 inches tall and weighs anywhere from 3.5 to nine pounds. They are active indoors, but are not suitable for homes with small children. But, these dogs make excellent companions. Their energetic nature makes them a great watchdog. The Russian Toy is an incredibly intelligent breed, and is relatively new to the AKC list of recognized breeds. Its history dates back to the 18th century when English toy terriers were brought to Russia. At eight to eleven inches tall, it weighs as much as six pounds, making it a great companion for an apartment or a small house. The name Russkiy toy refers to the breed's unique feathering on the tail and extremities.
Priceless Reactions From Your Yorkie Puppy Watching TV There's nothing more endearing than watching your Yorkie puppy's priceless reactions when it watches television. Even though you may not be able to see what they're watching, you can enjoy their hilarious antics and laugh along with them! Keep reading for more priceless reactions from your Yorkie puppy! Posted in Videos, Yorkie Puppy Watches Television
Hero Yorkie Dog Macy Defends Owner Against Varmint Hero Yorkie dog Macy recently defended her owner from a varmint, while walking. The dog suffered injuries to her leg and torso. She needed surgery at an animal hospital. Kwan has not been able to go to work since Tuesday. She has purchased pepper spray to protect Macy, and she is looking for a special coyote vest for her dog, which has spikes to deter predators from biting her dog. She also plans to carry a walking stick with her when walking Macy. Lily Kwan and her Yorkie Macy were spooked by the varmint. Lily ran for help, and Macy defended her owner against it. Lily's daughter, Macy, was able to escape the varmint. The two dogs then engaged in a fierce battle. Lily's mother, Lily Kwan, and the other dog, Macy, chased the coyote and Macy stood their ground. The coyote bit the dog multiple times, but Macy managed to wriggle free. Macy was able to escape, but she has suffered multiple bite wounds and a fever. This brave Yorkshire terrier is just a few pounds, and she fought the coyote off by defending its owner. The incident was caught on camera, and the girl's video was shared on social media. A GoFundMe campaign was launched, and more than $24,000 was raised for the girl and her Yorkie. And the coyote even photobombed a Global news reporter's interview.
Funny Baby and Little Puppy Dog Having Fun If you're looking for the perfect way to make your baby or little puppy laugh, you'll love this video of a baby and a puppy having fun. The adorable pup is a Boston terrier and makes funny expressions while playing with a balloon. In one hilarious video, Piper tries to bark for the first time and topples over when it fails miserably. This adorable little dog did not realize how loud he could be until he was forced to learn to bark. This adorable video of a husky and a baby has many features that make it great for kids to watch. The bulldog has a wonderful ability to communicate with the baby, and they seem to speak their own language. The two babes play for a long time, and the husky is so expressive that it looks like it speaks to the baby! This video is sure to keep kids entertained for hours!
What Happens If You Leave a Baby Home Alone? Why would anyone leave a small baby home alone? Because it's a very vulnerable animal. However, if you leave a baby home alone for an extended period of time, it will grow to be a large, frightened animal. It may even become a solitary creature and begin to act out. This could have devastating effects on the baby.
A Tiny Teacup Yorkie is Trying to Attack the Baby! The Sweetest Attack in the World A tiny teacup Yorkie is trying to attack a baby! The sweetest attack in the world! Watch the video to see it in action! It's hilarious! You'll laugh and cry at the same time! These adorable pups are very intelligent and playful. These tiny dogs are bred in Northern England. They're small but full of energy. You can't blame them for playing in the house. They'll chase any toy and run around in circles. A Teacup Yorkie is very protective of their human and will often snap and bite if they're threatened. They're also very territorial and will bark and growl at new people. To prevent separation anxiety, it's important to keep them safe around small children and older children alike. Although they're not typically hyperactive, this adorable little dog can get into trouble in crowded places. If your teacup Yorkie starts to growl, take a deep breath and let it out. Take care not to hurt the baby! They don't like to be hugged or touched and will try to get away. You may even need to use a time-out to calm the pup down. Then, gently hold it again. A few minutes later, release it and let it calm down a little. When your Teacup Yorkie wakes up, it will stick to you. It will shower you with kisses and want to spend as much time as possible in your lap. Even if you do not take it outside often, it will likely zigzag between your feet while walking. So, if you're looking for an indoor pet, a Teacup Yorkie might be the right choice for you.
Cute Yorkie Dog Defenders the Baby A new baby is as adorable as a puppy. It is a common practice for children to use dogs as walking "assistants." Nevertheless, most dogs do not feel comfortable grabbing babies. They may bite when threatened or if they feel unsafe. Fortunately, the yorkie dog is very alert and will defend the baby by pounced on a thick sheet. However, little kids do not have good grip control, and pulling on the dog might hurt the animal. This sweet Yorkie is more than just cute! He does not fear strange dogs or humans and can be quite territorial despite their small size. The best way to train your puppy to be gentle toward strangers and not aggressive is to socialize him early. The dog will learn to get along with other pets and people if he is properly socialized, but if you bring him to an unfamiliar environment he may become aggressive. If your puppy displays excessive protective behavior toward the baby, you may want to introduce him to new things. A dog has a right to be protective of his family, but if he is overly protective, it may be time to take action. However, you should remember that he still has his inbred instincts and should be socialized properly. A good way to begin this process is to teach your dog that it is not okay to attack people or babies.