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There are some very serious medical concerns that you need to become aware of if you own a Yorkie dog. The more you are able to identify common problems in your dog the better care you can offer it. This can result in the issue being resolved without the dog suffering.
It can also prevent surgery from being a last resort which will happen if the issue is ignored. Of course this is also going to save you a great deal of money in the long run.
It is a good idea to find out if your veterinarian offers health insurance for your pet dog. Many of them do so that can help you to get the medical care you need for your dog at an affordable price. Too many times a dog is suffering without medical care due to the owner not being able to afford it.
How healthy is this little dog breed? The answer to that question depends on who you ask. There are many different health problems known to this breed. Many of them are genetic in nature.
That is why those breeders who really care about this type of dog take the time to test their adults. They won't breed those who have positive markers for various types of medical concerns.
It is hoped that such efforts will eventually weed out a great deal of the pet dog health problems. It is going to take the dedication of these breeders, owners, and veterinarians though to help see this vision become a reality.
Those types of tests are very expensive though. Therefore the costs are usually passed along to the owners in the form of the cost to buy a puppy.
Subscribe now to our Free Yorkshire Terrier Newsletter report.Many dog health problems aren't always genetic in nature though. They are often triggered by the owners not doing their part to properly care for them. The diet that a dog has is vital to their overall health.
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