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    Yorkshire dog is smaller than Chihuahua dog. Its head is usually tied up. It has a smooth coat and naughty character. Its appearance is not rustic or rough. Yorkshire, once used to catch mice, is now raised as a house dog and family dog. Yorkshire Terrier stands excitedly on the exhibition stand forever, which is particularly noticeable.

    Yorkshire’s ears are upright, with a flat back, and the tail is broken in the middle. It is characterized by a young silk like coat.

    Head: small and flat, short snout. Body: strong, well proportioned, not hypertrophic bone, straight back.
    Limbs: straight and covered with thick hair. Feet: the feet are not round, and the claws are black. Nose: black. Ear: the ear is small, V-shaped, and the ear root is quite high. It is an upright ear. The distance between the two ears is not large.

    Tail: the middle part of the tail is broken, covered with long hair, kept lower than the back, and the tail heel is high. Eyes: medium size, dark color, smart expression, astute. Coat: long and very thin, glossy straight silky hair, dark all over the body, dark blue gray body and tail, other parts are yellow brown. Weight: less than 3kg. Color: blue, but darker than the rest of the body, which is more pronounced at the end.

    Tail: usually cut short. Medium length, hairy. The color is blue, but darker than the rest of the body, which is more pronounced at the end. The tail is raised slightly higher than the topline. The tail is not cut short, there are many hairs, and the color of the tail is darker than other parts. Raised slightly above the back. As straight as possible. Length makes the appearance very symmetrical.

    Gait: it is a trot posture, the gait is stretch and smooth, relaxed and lively, straight forward, and the back line is straight. stable. The forequarters are fully extended and the hindquarters are powerfully driven.

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