Arizona Yorkie Breeders

From our family to yours

For most dog owners in Arizona, the toughest challenge has been to find a good breeder. This is why at Arizona Yorkie Breeders, we have done the running around for you. We screen our breeders and only work with those who meet our breeding standards. Our trained puppy counselors help you in finding the right breed and puppy. Our puppies are thoroughly examined for health concerns before they join your family. We do all this because we believe you don't just bring home a puppy, instead you bring home a relationship!

We place puppies in caring lifelong homes in Arizona and across the US. All of the puppies available on this website are from our exclusive national network of the finest breeders and may not necessarily be located in Arizona. Shipping is available.

Sort By:
Filter By:
Clear Filters

Welcome

For a lot of dog owners in Arizona, the first and toughest challenge they have to face would be finding the finest Yorkie breeders in Arizona. Here, at Yorkie Puppies for Sale, we make it possible for you to enjoy puppy shopping – without the extra hassle. We make sure that all of the Arizona Yorkie breeders in our network are the best and we make all the necessary arrangements to ensure that they are screened thoroughly. We also have trained puppy counselors who are willing to help you in finding the right Yorkie among the Yorkie puppies for sale in AZ for your home. Our Lifetime Guarantee assures you that all of our puppies are healthy and it also serves as the proof of our commitment to you and your beloved companion!

Is a Yorkie the right puppy for you?

If you are considering buying a Yorkie puppy, you should research first so that you are sure that the Yorkie is indeed the right one for you and your family. One of the best things about getting a purebred puppy is that it is predictable, meaning that you could assume how big your dog will be, the necessary care requirements, and the temperament. There are a lot of factors to consider once picking out a Yorkie, namely: personality, temperament, and energy levels. You should also consider your time, as you will be spending a lot of time with your new companion. If you have children or other animals at home, you should also consider them when picking out a dog breed.

Yorkie History

Yorkies, or Yorkshire Terriers, were named after the English city where they originally came from. They were used even way back in the 1900s in clothing mills in order to catch vermin that roamed around. In the earlier times, the Yorkie originally belonged to the working class, specifically among the weavers. Some comments even mentioned that the fine and silky coats of this breed was the product of the looms that the weavers used. But later on, this breed left the working class and finally became companions to the elite classes of the European society. To date, this dog breed is pegged as one of the most popular breeds in homes.

Appearance of the Yorkie

As presented by the American Kennel Club, long-haired toy Yorkies have a blue and tan coat that naturally parts on the face and from the base of the head (skull) up to the end of the tail. The coat hangs evenly and is quite straight down the sides of the body. The body of the Yorkie is well-proportioned and compact. The Yorkie carries itself in a confident manner, making it appear self-important and energetic.

The forelegs of a Yorkie should be straight, with no jutting elbows. The hind legs, when viewed from behind, should be straight, but the stifles are bent moderately when in side view. The quality, quantity, and texture of the coat are of utmost importance. The hair is fine, glossy, and silky and should be perfectly straight. It could be trimmed to floor length so that the Yorkie could move easier and the appearance will be neater. The hair located on the tips of the ears should be trimmed.

Yorkie puppies, when born, are black and tan. They are normally born darker when it comes to body color, with signs of intermingling black hair in the tan part until they grow up. It is only when they become adults does the color of the hair on the body and the richness of the tan found on the head and legs are checked. For the blue part, it should be a dark steel-blue and not a silver-blue one. It should not be mixed with bronzy, black, or fawn hairs. For the tan part, all should be darker at the roots and lighter at the tips. There should be no black or sooty hair mixed with any of the tan hairs.


Video: Arizona Yorkie Breeders

We are proud of...


Our Breeding Standards

We believe that our breeders should represent the quality we stand for, and we hand-select who we work with. Of the numerous new breeders we get in touch with, less than 15% get approved to become a part of our network! Below are a few of the factors we take into account while considering a breeder for our family:
Read More

Our Health Check

We require all our puppies to undergo an extensive health check before they come home to you. This health check is performed by the breeder's veterinarian, who is required to fill out our Veterinary Health Report. This report, created for us by a licensed veterinarian, is designed to examine the condition of every puppy for:
Read More

Our Partners

We believe bringing home a puppy is a huge responsibility, and we would like to ensure that our puppy parents are well-equipped with the knowledge and resources they need to help their puppy with the transition into the new home. We have partnered with companies whose values correlate to ours in terms of responsible pet ownership.
Read More

Arizona Yorkie Breeders Purebred Breeders http://purebredbreeders.com/az/yorkie/ Dog Breeders, Pet Store Affordable Arizona Yorkie Puppies for Sale from Yorkie Breeders Are you looking for Yorkie Puppies for sale in Arizona?