The Yorkshire Terrier
Although a toy breed, the Yorkshire Terrier still retain much of its terrier origin in terms of traits. Individual dogs will be different, but they are usually intellectual, independent and brave. Yorkshire Terriers are fast to resolve where they fit in a household’s pack. Their activities towards outsiders will differ, they often will be disposed to bark at strangers, but some Yorkies are outgoing and sociable towards new people while others are quiet and aloof.
The differences in behavior in this consider are mainly based on how the holder trains or situations (and socializes) the Yorkie. A few individual Yorkshire Terriers may be fearful or nervous, rather than courageous, but the vast mainstream does seem to gather the breed benchmark for a positive, vigorous and self-important character.
The Yorkshire Terrier appears unaware of its little size. It is ever excited for adventure. This little dog is extremely active, courageous, loyal, and intelligent, with above normal intelligence. loving with its master, it can become doubtful of strangers and belligerent to strange dogs and small animals, if not suitably socialized.