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A Comprehensive Guide to the Dog Breed beaver york

We will first tell you about the history of this breed of dogs


The Beaver Yorkshire Terrier appeared quite recently - in the mid-1980s, and instantly won the hearts of many people in their homeland, Germany. The name of the breed came from the name of the breeders who created this breed. Werner and Gertrude Beaver have professionally raised Yorkshire Terriers for over 20 years, and have had great success at home and abroad. In the mid-1980s, they found in the droppings of one of their dogs white-speckled dogs, which served as a starting point for creating a new breed. Let's be honest - the Beaver York Terrier is the same as the Yorkshire Terrier, only with white spots. This is where the differences end.

In 1988, these pets were first introduced at a dog fair in Wiesbaden, Germany. Werner Beaver then called it the "Black and White York Terriers," although the name changed later. It is believed that the first change occurred in 1988, when the husband of the famous German singer Margot Eskin decided to surprise his wife with a very unusual gift.
Although the format in which he decided to make a gift was somewhat unusual - on a large plate under the lid, during dinner the housekeeper brought a small black and white Yorkie puppy and put him on the table (then they still have such a name). This funny story says that Margo was associated with a reel of spinning, which she expressed with the French phrase "a la Pom Pon", which means "a spinning ball"
. The first official registration of the Beaver York Terrier was made in 1989 in Germany at A.C.H.-L.e.V. The first breed standard was signed by one of its creators, Werner Beaver. The final standard was approved by Gertrude Beaver in 2007.

Describe These are small, slender dogs. The limbs are proportional to the body, the head is round, the muzzle is slightly flattened, the mustache is clearly visible, the ears are triangular, erect. The coat is long and the tail is short.


The Beaver York Terrier is a companion first and foremost. In this capacity, this breed is valued by people all over the world, because their kind, open and incredibly friendly natures are able to melt the ice in any human heart. In fact, the only beneficial job this pet can perform is to be your best and most loyal friend on Earth.
Despite prejudice, the breed has a fairly developed mind, understands people well, recognizes various behavioralcues, intonation, and remembers basic commands. Some people go further in training, and train the dog with more complex commands, making him a suitable companion for a person with a disability.
Although there are limitations - as a guide dog, for example, a beaver terrier will not fit due to its specific size and personality. They have a lot of internal energy, love to walk, active games, but do not show intense physical activity. Strangers are seen as normal, but sometimes they can be reprimanded. However, this quickly passes if the dog sees the owner's attitude to the person, or hears the command.
It is necessary to take care that the pet receives the correct upbringing, because many owners pamper Yorkies, spoiling their personality, becoming capricious and mismanaged. Children are well received and love to play with them, but due to their size a dog can suffer if the child is not taught to respect and care for the animal