Yorkshire Terrier Cachorro
It is in the nineteenth century that the Yorkshire Terrier is born. In Scotland, the workers of the dairy industry used for hunting a small terrier named "Clydesdale Terrier" silky haired variety "Skye Terrier". But as it was too long and heavy, was crossed with very lively dog thieves, the "Broken Haired Terrier". The result was a smaller animal, leaner and more agile. After subsequent crosses with "Skye Terriers", "Dandie Dinmont Terriers", "Manchester Terriers" and "Bichon Maltese", the Yorkshire Terrier was born.
The Yorkshire was wonderful to evict your rabbit hole. In addition, this dog's hair was perfect to catch flight if precipitated. In 1898 the first official standard was established. This breed quickly seduced the bourgeoisie.