Yorkshire Terrier is a breed of small, decorative dogs named after the county Yorkshire in England, where first introduced in the late 19th century.
It was created more than 100 years in shaping its part with Skye Terrier, Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Old English Terrier. Initially, the purpose of these little puppies was to hunt rats in mills and farms. Even on special spectacular performances, dogs have demonstrated their ability to catch rats.
The breed was established and standardized in 1875 by the English Kennel Club with a tendency to shrink in size.
By nature Yorkshire Terrier is cheerful, loving, and at the same time calm and with a sense of ownership.