Chorkie – A Guide to Yorkie Chihuahua Mix Breed Dogs

Yorkies are one of the most popular breeds in the world. They have been around since ancient times and they were used as guard dogs during wars. Today, there are many varieties of yorkies available for purchase all over the world. Some of them are called “black” or “white”.

There is another variety which is known as “brown”. These two types of yorkies look very different from each other. If you want to get a dog with a certain color, it is better if you choose the brown type instead of the black one. You may think that this is just common sense but in fact there are some people who do not agree with this approach. For example, there are those who believe that only purebred dogs should be allowed to breed because they have a proven history and therefore their offspring will always produce healthy puppies. Others believe that any dog can be bred to make a litter of puppies even if it does not belong to the original owner. Both these opinions are wrong and both lead to bad breeding practices.

The following is a list of reasons why you should never buy a puppy from someone who doesn’t know what they’re doing:

1) You don’t want your new pet to suffer from genetic diseases like hip dysplasia, eye problems, deafness or liver disease.

These health issues are present in some purebred dogs too but when irresponsible breeding is involved, the chances of them showing up increases significantly. Some breeders do not care about the quality of their puppies and will mate any two dogs together in order to make a quick buck.

2) You want your dog to stay healthy all its life.

If you get it from a legitimate breeder then you can be sure that they have given the parents an extensive physical to ensure they can produce healthy puppies. They will have also kept good records of the health status of the parents and puppies as well.

3) If you buy a dog from a pet store then the chances are that it was bred in a puppy mill.

These mass-production facilities treat dogs like machines that are used to churn out profits for their owners with no care about their quality of life. These mills pump out large numbers of puppies that are sold at ridiculous prices without thought for their genetic heritage or eventual health and disposition.

4) If you do not care about finding a responsible breeder and just want to save money then perhaps you should consider not buying a dog at all.

Now that we know why it is important to find a good breeder, let’s talk about what traits to look for in a responsible one. The first thing that you should know is that there is no such thing as a Kennel Club Certification. This means that anyone can call themselves a “certified” breeder. For that matter anyone can call themselves a “breeder” and sell puppies without ever having bred a single dog or even been involved in dog sports.

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The only thing that determines whether someone is a breeder or not is if they have bred at least one litter of puppies.

So when you are looking for a breeder what criteria should you be looking for?

The first thing that you should look for is whether or not the breeder is a member of the following organizations:

The National Kennel Club (UKC)

The American Kennel Club (AKC)

The Continental Kennel Club (KC)

Any of these organizations have guidelines that their members have to follow in order to remain in good standing. This means that the breeder has followed a set of rules designed to improve and promote dog health and welfare. As well, members of these organizations have to have their facilities inspected on a regular basis and their dogs have gone through a rigorous evaluation process.

If the breeder you are dealing with is not a member of any of these organizations then you should walk away. Any breeder that is not a member of one of these organizations is poorly organized and lacks even the most basic understanding of responsible breeding.

Any breeder that is a member of one of the above organizations but does not allow you to see where the dogs live and are kept is also lacking in responsible breeding practices. You should once again walk away from such a breeder.

If you are dealing with a breeder that allows you to see the conditions that their dogs live in, then you should look for several things.