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Once a puppy soils the carpeting, it becomes much more difficult to train them out of that behavior.

Here's a good rule of thumb to consider: a puppy can hold his bladder just one hour for every month they've been alive.

With an adult Yorkshire Terrier, what you see is what you get.

Their personality is already developed, and you'll be able to spot the characteristics you're looking for much more easily than with a puppy Yorkshire Terrier.

Ask anybody who has adopted an adult dog, and they'll swear their bond with their rescued pal is as deep as they come.

When you open your heart and your home to a dog who needs help, they really do show their appreciation for the rest of their life!

Shelter dogs are often already housetrained and Yorkshire Terrier rescue groups can tell you if their adult dogs for adoption are housebroken before they go into your home.

You also have the advantage of knowing that your dog is physically able to "hold it" for several hours at a stretch.

Yorkshire Terriers who find themselves in the shelter or at a rescue group because of a death or other tragedy in their former human family usually go through a mourning period.

More rambunctious pups have been known to obliterate sofas, car seats, Venetian blinds, electrical cords, door frames…you name it, they can eat it or shred it. Cute puppies have very sharp teeth, and they are happy to use your hands, feet, nose, hair, etc, as a chew toy. Needless to say, a teething Yorkshire Terrier puppy and a small child do NOT make good companions!

To keep the puppy from hurting himself, and to prevent the destructive behavior from becoming a bad habit, you will need to spend every waking moment supervising his every move. Many Yorkshire Terrier dogs in shelters or with rescue groups are already trained and ready to go!

Many Yorkshire Terrier rescue groups use foster homes to make sure each Yorkshire Terriers for adoption is trained to be well-behaved indoors.

Although all dogs need attention and playtime, an adult dog's needs are far less demanding than a puppy's.