How many Yorkshire Terriers live?
Yorkshire Terrier or Scottisha bristly-wool terrier is a breed of companion dogs that originated in the north of the United Kingdom (Yorkshire), hence the name. These are miniature decorative dogs, the height at the withers is 20-22 cm, the average weight is 1.5-2 kg.
Life expectancy of Yorkshire terriers
Breeders and breeders are often interested,how old the Yorkshire terriers live. A common opinion is that these dogs are not long-lived and can live a maximum of four years. But such an opinion is wrong and erroneous, since the average life expectancy of Yorkshire terriers is 10-12 years, whereas they can live as much as 18 to 21 years. In fact, Yorkshire terriers have excellent health and with the right lifestyle (nutrition, adequate medical care, prevention, etc.) can very long please their owners.
More information about the life expectancy of dogs you can get from our article How many live dogs.
How many Yorkshire terriers live, depends also onand from the style of life. It is noticed that dogs who walk a lot, run, that is they get regular loads, live longer. The life expectancy of a york depends also on heredity, therefore, when a puppy starts, one must take into account his pedigree. Dog breeders also believe that the smaller the animal (and specifically the dog) in size, the longer it will live.
Learn about feeding these dogs can in our article Than to feed the Yorkshire terrier.