About the Yorkie Stud

He is a handsome AKC Registered male Yorkshire Terrier with a perfect body structure available for stud service from a proven dog breeder in the Miami area. This Yorkshire Terrier stud definitely offers a big personality in a small package. He is known to be brave, determined, investigative and energetic. This Yorkie stud has a long, luxurious blue and tan coat and produces wonderful puppies when bred with your Yorkie or other breed.

 
Mating Arrangements for Stud
Services Phone 305.778.7909
 
Please inform us as soon as your female starts her season to verify the stud's availability. It is the responsibility of the owner of the female to ensure that there female is ready for mating at the time she is brought to our stud dog. We offer stud services for only a stud fee of $200.
 
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AKC Yorkshire Terrier Breed Standards

Just as with all purebred dogs recognized by the American Kennel Club, there is an approved breed standard for Yorkshire Terriers. This standard of perfection is a written description of how the ideal Yorkshrie Terrier should look.


The following are the Breed Standards for the Yorkshire Terrier:

General Appearance of the Yorkie Breed

Yorkies should have their long, straight hair parted on the nose and all the way down the back to the tip of the tail.

General Body Shape of the Yorkie Breed

The Yorkie's overall shape should be compact, short and well-proportioned and the erect posture should command attention. It should have a straight back line and powerful flanks.

Head Shape of the Yorkie Breed

A Yorkie's head should be small, flat and rounded. The muzzle shouldn't be too long. The Yorkie's nose should be black and its eyes should be medium large, dark, and bright. The teeth should meet in a regular sissor bite. A level bite is acceptable. A Yorkie's V-shaped ears should stand upright and not be set too far apart. Drop ears and hanging ears are not permitted.

Yorkie Breed Feet

Yorkie feet should be rounded and have black claws.

Yorkie Breed Tail

Yorkie tails should be docked to a medium length and have plenty of hair. The Yorkie should carry his tail slightly higher than the level of the back.

Yorkie Breed Coat

The Yorkie's coat is a very important aspect of the breed. The coat should be moderately long and smooth (not wavy) and be fine and silky in texture.

Yorkie Breed Color

From the back of its head to the tip of its tail, a Yorkie's coat should be steel blue. Mixtures of pale, brown or black hair are not allowed. On the Yorkie's head and crest, the hair should be a rich tan (a yellow gold, not red gold). The hair should be darker at the roots than at the midportion of the hair shaft and should be lighter at the tip. The shaded tan should never reach higher than the elbow or the stifle.

Weight of the Yorkie Breed

A Yorkie's weight should not reach more than 7 pounds. An ideal weight is between 4 and 6 pounds.

Temperament of the Yorkie Breed

Though a toy breed, the Yorkie still retains much of its terrier ancestry in terms of personality.

Boldness of the Yorkie Breed

Yorkies typically get along well with other dogs and love to play together with them. Rather, bold character comes from the Yorkie's mix of great inquisitiveness, or an instinct to protect, and self-confidence.

Intelligence of the Yorkie Breed

Yorkshire Terriers as a breed are intelligent dogs. Yorkies learn to recognize numerous words and can be taught to distinguish and fetch separate toys in a box by their names.

 

Yorkies Make Excellent Crossbreeds When Bred With Other Breeds

This purebred Yorkshire Terrier stud can be bred with other breeds to produce designer breeds.

Common Crossbreeds:

Morkie
Maltese / Yorkie

This crossbreed is so smart and make fantastic pets. From this mixture you get a hardier & sweeter natured puppy. The hair also tends to be really soft like the Maltese, but with more of the Yorkies colors. Morkies don't shed like the Yorkie either. They usually change their colors like the Yorkies do as they get older, and also get prettier & prettier.
Chorkie
Chihuahua
Yorkshire Terrier


They’re almost impossibly cute as puppies, with their twinkling eyes,
sassy attitude, and
great playfulness.
Dorkie Terrier
Dachshund
Yorkshire Terrier


This crossbreed has a body that is longer like a Dachshund and short like a Yorkshire Terrier. They may have erect or floppy ears and a tail that is always wagging. Their coat is soft and dense while the length of the coat can be long or short. They are happy, loving and great family dogs that love to get attention.
Yorkipoo
Yorkshire Terrier / Poodle

The idea behind crossing the Yorkie and the Poodle is to combine the intelligence, trainability, and reduced-shedding coat of the Poodle with the bright, bold nature of the Yorkshire Terrier.
They are a great hypoallergenic breed 
that is quick
to learn.
Yorkie Russell
Yorkshire Terrier
Jack Russell Terrier


They take after both of their parent breeds. They are friendly, playful, bright and spunky little dogs who
enjoy playing with
other dogs
or cats.
     

Your Q&A’s Answered by Our Yorkie Stud Service

Your Q&A’s Answered by Our Yorkie Stud Service
Most female dogs "go into heat" (estrus) about every 6 or 7 months beginning sometime before their first year of age.
How long should I wait before first breeding my Yorkie?
It is best to allow the female to reach full growth before breeding her. For a Yorkshire Terrier, this is when they are 1-year. You should not put the added stress of forming and nursing a litter of pups while her body is geared toward making her own structures. Always wait until she is fully developed before breeding her. Many experts state the Yorkie breeding age should be about two years for both the males and the females. This way they are fully mature and it also gives time for genetic problems to be known.
Once my Yorkie is in heat, what day is she ready to breed?
The female is usually ready to stand and hold for the male about ten to twelve days into the heat cycle. To find this date, start counting days at the first sign of any blood discharge from the vulva. Just remember that every dog is different regarding when she will allow breeding, so make sure to keep good records of everything so you can be sure to note an accurate date.

Try to get her and the stud together a number of days and times earlier than that tenth day of bloody discharge. Another good guideline as to when to breed is that often the discharge from the heat cycle will turn from a dark, bloody color to a more lighter, almost tan color.
What signs will my female Yorkie give that she is ready to breed?
She will let you know if her timing is right for her fertility by her willingness or unwillingness to stand for the male. If she's ready, regardless of what number day it is, she will crook her tail off to one side, stand in front of the male, and even back into the male. Just because we may think she should be ready to breed on a certain day, her hormone levels may not be right and she may know this.
     
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