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Yoranian Breed Information

Yoranian

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: Yorkie-Pom, Yorki-pom, Yorkipom, Pom-Yorkie, Porkie
   
Mispellings: Yorainian, Yorianian, Yorkeypom, Yorkiepom
   
 

Caring for a Yoranian

Feeding: Many Yoranians are quite picky eaters, especially when it comes to dry food. They love their wet food though but if feeding them wet food they will require extra dental care.

Living with a Yoranian

Personality: The Yoranian is a frisky, loveable and affectionate lap dog.

Temperament: The Yoranian is a sweet dog with a great personality.

Family Dog: The Yoranian makes a wonderful family dog provided you are willing to spend alot of time with them.

Shedding: The Yoranian sheds dead hairs alot if not groomed regularly.

Grooming: The Yoranian requires daily grooming of the double coat or weekly combing through the wirehaired coat.

Training: The Yoranian should be trained from an early age.

Behavior: The Yoranian is a frisky and very loveable dog. The males tend to be very loyal and like to gaurd their owners and property while females seem to be more loving to everyone and want attention most of the time.

Barking: Some Yoranians are quiet and some like to bark it really just depends on the dog. They do tend to bark alot if they want to go in or get out of somewhere and if they are excited or stressed.

Exercise: The Yoranian can get plenty of exercise running around a big yard but they love trips to the park and going off leash.

Yoranian Appearance

Appearance: The Yoranian is a small fluffy looking dog with a wirey or double coat.

Size: A full grown Yoranian will weigh around 6 pounds.

Companionship: The Yoranian makes a wonderful companion dog to people and other dogs as well. They are very loyal, yet carefree companions that make great lapdogs and crave company and attention.

Ears: The Yoranian has upright ears.

Body: The Yoranian can have either a long, slender body like a Yorkie or one that has more of a barrel shape.

Tail: The tail of a Yoranian has is normaly curled over the back.

Color: The coat of a Yoranian can vary from Black or Black & Tan consisting of lighter and darker shades of tan to a deep or redish brown to a light blonde or ginger.

Coat: The Yoranian has a fluffy, silky coat as a puppy. As they grow they tend to have either a double coat consisting of a thick undercoat and a silky overcoat or wirehaired coat. It is usually shiny and can have some curl to it.

Yoranian Facts

Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Yoranian is 11 to 16 years.

Yoranian Health

Allergies: The Yoranian has no known allergies at this time.

Health: The Yoranian is generally a very hardy dog.

Dental Health: With proper dental care, the Yoranian should have beautiful white healthy teeth.

Litter Size: Yoranians typically have a small litter size of around 3 pups but they can have up to 7.


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