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Symptoms, Diseases and Conditions of Yorkshire Terrier Puppies

Symptoms, Diseases and Conditions of Yorkshire Terrier Puppies

Yorkshire terrier puppies, commonly called “Yorkies”, are one of the most popular dogs in the United States and like many breeds they are vulnerable to a variety of different symptoms, conditions and diseases.

To read more about the Yorkshire Terrier breed - Go to Yorkshire Terrier Breed Profile.

What are most common conditions of Yorkshire terrier puppies? What are the most common reasons Yorkie's go to the veterinarian?
Here is the list of the most common symptoms and conditions submitted by Yorkie puppy owners:

Most Common Symptoms of Yorkshire Terrier Puppies

1. Diarrhea
2. Vomiting
3. Nausea
4. Abdominal pain
5. Enteritis
6. Tremor
7. Non-weight-bearing lameness
8. Hypersalivation
9. Decrease in appetite

Most Common Diseases of Yorkshire Terrier Puppies

1. Medial luxation of patella
2. Dermatitis
3. conjunctivitis
4. Corneal ulcer
5. Otitis Externa
6. Upper respiratory infection
7. Tracheitis
8. Giardiasis
9. Portosystemic shunt
10. Otitis

I hope this list of most common conditions, symptoms and diseases of Yorkie puppies gives you more information about the Yorkshire Terrier breed. For more information - get a vet's honest opinion on the Yorkie. Go to: Yorkshire Terriers - The Irreverent Vet's Opinion on the Yorkshire Terrier.

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