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Frequently Asked Questions FAQ Page Silky Terrier & Yorkshire Terriers

How do I Feed a Silky Terrier correct...
Where can I find A CCC registered Responsible Australian Silky Terrier or Yorkshire Terrier Breeder ... ?
Why should I bay A pedigree Australian Silky Terrier ... ?>When you select your Puppy, you will have spent quite some time considering exactly what type of puppy you should bay. What size would best fit in with your household; how much exercise space and time the dog will receive; how much he will cost to feed, house and keep in good health and condition etc.; and having decided all this, what type of temperament your dog will need to have to fit in happily with in your family, and what about the children? Dog or Bitch? The choice between dog and bitch is also of preference. "Yes" you made the best suitable decision; The Australian Silky Terrier is A must. The Silky is more Suitable to the Australian climate and is much easier to handle generally. The Australian Silky Terrier makes a good smart little watch dog, is easily house-trained and being a small and affectionate, is eminently suitable for small - house or flat - dwellers.
How long is the live time (approx.) of a Australian Silky Terrier ... ?  
What is the right color of a Australian Silky Terrier... ?  / What is the right color of a Yorkshire Terrier... ?
All puppies are born black and tan, eventually growing in to a blue or gray blue and tan.
This can take up to 2 years.

When is it save to bay a Australian Silky Terrier puppy... ?  Not before the age of 8 to 10 weeks.
This is a good place to select your C.C.C. registered Puppy,
 They are all Vet checked, wormed and Vaccinated & micro shipped.

Where can I find ... ? Caring for your new puppy / YES COMPLETE DOG CARE! "IS BEST"
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Why should I bay A CCC(Q)dogs registered Australian Silky or Yorkshire Terrier ... ? > [This is the answer to the question.] So many people have bought an appealing little puppy which was sold to them as a Silky Terrier, only to find out later that the father was a Blue- Heeler.
Even an expert cannot look at a 6-8 week- old cross breed and guess his ultimate weight, size coat or very important-character. This is not to say that you should not buy a cross breed dog. Rather that you should keep all these points in you mind when considering to buy a small Australian Silky Terrier or Yorkshire Terrier, purchase one from a well known and registered Breeder which is a member of the
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What is may responsibility If we desire to bay- A Silky or Yorkshire Terrier... ?

[This is the answer to the question.] Dog owners must always remember thy should be a responsible owner, considerate of their neighbors and aware of their local council by-laws pertaining to dogs. The most important requirement in purchasing a pup should be a fenced yard. When you bay a puppy you become responsible for the health and welfare of that pup including holiday season. Never let your dog run the streets [for his safety and consideration for motorists].
A STREET DOG IS A TEMPORARY PET!!! The odds are a car will eventually hit him or he will become very expensive in Dog Pound fines.
He is a member of your family household and should be treated accordingly.

When is the right time for Spaying our female puppy... ?  

[This is the answer to the question.] DE-SEXING Spaying is the removal of the reproductive organs of female dogs. It is the most common means of contraception for pets.
Apart from ensuring no litters are produced, spaying also protects against some common diseases affecting the reproductive organs. The best time to spay young female dogs is between
5. and 7. months---before the first breeding cycle. ( However spaying can be done at any time after 5.months.) Although spaying is extremely common, it is still a major surgical procedure,
and some side effects may occur in a small number of cases. Some people say spaying leads to obesity, but this can be controlled by diet and exercise, and may not be directly related to the operation. Believing a bitch should have a litter of pups before being spayed, but there is no medical evidence to substantiate this view.
NEUTERING of male dogs is less common in a "small" breed If you keep him in doors and in a enclosed backyard under control. Of course some people may not want their dog to be more docile, and physical characteristics do not develop well, remeber the testicle is not only vor reproducing!

And if you still not Shure what Toy breed you desire [This is the answer to the question.]
The foundation of a good relationship with a dog is the making of a few sensible decisions.
The first and perhaps most important decision are to carefully select a breed of dog that is most likely to fit into the family temperament and lifestyle. There are many breeds to choose from, there are breeds that can cope with hot, muggy temperatures like the Australian Silky Terrier, he meet the special need for a compact pet and home companion for apartment and urban dwellers.Silky’s have always been a popular house pet, and can put up wit children. Silky’s are hardy, non-shedding odorless, and also a great little watch dogs. But he has some right to be a full member of your family.

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News: AUSILK-Silky Terriers - This is a good place to select your CCC(Q) registered Puppy, They are all Vet checked, wormed and Vaccinated & micro shipped.

Most  importent
: The Australian Silky Terrier and Yorkshire Terriers dos not shed hair all over the furniture and with minimum coat care, he will not emit a doggy odour.

   last modified: 05/02/2014    

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