A Yorkie usually has three to five puppies in a litter. Most of the smaller-breed dogs have smaller litters from one to five puppies while larger breeds have larger litters, reports the American Kennel Club.Should I neuter my Yorkie?
Most Yorkies should be spayed or neutered before the age of 1 year old. Studies show that a female’s best chance of good health is to be spayed before her first heat; typically at the age of 3 to 4 months old.What is a good dog for a Yorkie?
Surprisingly, a lot of families recommend a Yorkie as a first dog. In general, this breed is known to be very active and agile despite its small size. They are also good with kids making it a strong contender for any family looking to bring home a dog.