Dog breeds Group 3 - Section 4 of the FCI – Toy Terriers

Group 3: Terriers

The Toy Terriers They are small dogs that as their name indicates, they are dogs of “company” the folding platforms. Many of the races Toy Terriers were bred for this ability, although some have been placed in this category simply because of their size. They must have friendly personalities and love attention, although we must not forget that they continue to have the typical character of all Terrier. They don't need a great deal of exercise and some can be picky eaters.

The FCI (Federation Cynologique Internationale) recognize 337 races and each one is ‘property’ from a specific country, where it had its origin. All of them are included in 10 Groups under one registration number, a section number and a group number.

In this box we will focus on all the dogs in the Section 4: Toy Terriers included in the Group 3: Terriers.

1 Australian Silky Terrier

Australian Silky Terrier

The Australian Silky Terrier not appropriate to live with other smaller pets.

The Australian Silky Terrier is a dog originating from

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2 English Toy Terrier (black and tan)

English Toy Terrier

In Great Britain they are increasingly rare and in the rest of Europe they are disappearing.

The English Toy Terrier (black and

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3 Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkshire Terrier, called Yorkie for short, comes from the north of England and Scotland. Here it served for centuries as a versatile dog

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3 thoughts on "Yorkshire Terrier”

  1. I have a puppy of 5 months and is changing hair but I see it grow
    My question is at what age they begin to have their long skirts since mine is not like that,that means it is not as pure breed

  2. Hi I have a male 9 weighs months 2k 600. and his face is rather bold, the clear area is only on the muzzle and eyes is clarito ,but all the rest is black, It means it is not as thin or as pure breed, Like I love him but all are surprised my beautiful puppy. Eh leeido that two years is the final color puppy, or stay as it commented??

  3. I believe that it is very important to have access to these reports, since they allow us to reduce the errors at the time of breeding and care of our dogs, I have a Yorkshire Terrier's 8 born weeks, but my dog is a love, playful, disciplined, at such a young age already communicates to indicate that you want to make your biological needs, It is soon having in my house but I love it, because when I get you excited and jumps like rabbit, plays like a kitten, has so many cute details, Thank you for providing information.


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