“Big dog

in a tiny package

the Yorkie.”

Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkshire Terrier – the breed so fierce, they make lions tremble! These pint-sized pups originated in, you guessed it, Yorkshire, England, where they were bred to catch rats in textile mills. But don’t let their tough beginnings fool you – these dogs are also known for their affectionate and playful personalities. They may be small, but they have hearts the size of Texas! And with their luxurious coats and perky ears, they’re basically the canine version of a supermodel. So if you want a furry friend who’s equal parts tough and tender.

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Say hello to the West Highland White Terrier, or Westie for short, a small hypoallergenic dog that’s as spunky as they are adorable! With their snow-white coat and lively personality, they’re the perfect companion for those who appreciate a dog that’s as spirited as they are cute.

The Westie hails from Scotland and was originally bred for hunting rodents, which explains their feisty nature. They’ve come a long way since their hunting days, and now they’re one of the most beloved breeds worldwide, and it’s easy to see why!

Westies are the adventurers of the dog world. They sport a white double coat that’s as tough as it is beautiful, and their expressive eyes are always full of curiosity. They’re known for their friendly and outgoing nature, making them great companions.

Westies are small but sturdy, typically weighing between 13 to 20 pounds and standing about 10 to 11 inches tall. They’re known for their lively and playful nature, often surprising people with their zest for life. Plus, they’re known for their longevity, often living well into their teens.

Grooming a Westie is like maintaining a snowball’s purity. Their tough coat needs regular brushing to prevent matting and tangling, and they enjoy a good spa day with regular baths. They don’t shed much, but their hair grows continuously, so regular trims are a must.

Westies are active and playful dogs that love a good game of fetch or a walk around the block. They’re intelligent and eager to please, which makes training a breeze. Just remember, a bored Westie is a mischievous Westie, so keep them mentally and physically stimulated!

Westies are generally healthy dogs, but they do have a few health considerations to keep in mind. They can be prone to certain conditions like skin issues, hip dysplasia, and allergies. Regular vet check-ups and a healthy diet are the keys to keeping your Westie in tip-top shape.

Living with a Westie is like having your own personal explorer. They’re loving, affectionate, and always ready to join in on the family fun. They’re great with kids and other pets, and they can adapt to various living situations. Just remember, they’re active dogs that need plenty of mental and physical stimulation to keep them happy.

In a nutshell, if you’re looking for a small, spirited, and loving companion, the West Highland White Terrier is like a little bundle of joy, always ready to make your day a little brighter!

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We strive to ensure our customers are satisfied with their purchases. If you’re not completely satisfied, we offer a 30 day return policy from the date of purchase. Please note that the product must be in its original condition and packaging. For more details, please refer to our Return Policy on our website.

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The safety and well-being of your dog is our top priority. All our products are carefully selected and meet high-quality standards. They are designed specifically for small hypoallergenic dogs, keeping their unique needs in mind. However, we always recommend consulting with your vet if you have specific concerns about your dog’s health or needs.

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