Category: Diseases and Conditions

My Yorkshire Terrier Has Diarrhea, What Should I Do?

Small dogs such as Yorkshire Terriers become dehydrated fast if they lose too much fluid from a bout with diarrhea. Puppies and older Yorkies may experience loose bowel movements from time to time. Their condition may worsen medically if the diarrhea...

My Yorkshire Terrier Has a Cold, What Should I Do?

If you are wondering if your Yorkshire Terrier can catch a cold, the simple answer is “yes.” However, dogs cannot, typically, catch colds from people. When people refer to “colds” we are talking about a group of over 200 viruses that cause the familiar...

Ways To Prevent, Treat Anxiety in Yorkies

Did you know dogs suffer from anxiety too? Anxiety affects many dog breeds and can cause serious behavioral problems in Yorkshire Terriers. Just like in humans, dogs have to cope with nerve-wracking circumstances. The exhibition of fear in dogs is reflected in their unruly behavior. Unfortunately, your four-legged …

Hypoglycemia in Yorkshire Terriers

Low blood sugar or hypoglycemia in Yorkshire Terriers is a serious health concern. It is common in Yorkies aged less than 20 weeks, and most puppies grow out of it with age. However, stress, a poor diet, and excessive activity may result in low blood sugar in mature …