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Frugal living: Train Your Puppy Yorkshire terrier Dog

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Frugal living: Train Your Puppy Yorkshire terrier Dog

A Yorkshire terrier is cute and small. Some think dogs in general are disgusting and they will rather have a cat or a gold fish instead. That is their choice but puppy Yorkshire terrier dogs are the cutest thing around.

Should you get a puppy Yorkshire terrier or not is a good question to ask if you are into frugal living. It is not even about buying the dog. It is more about if a puppy Yorkshire Terrier fits into your frugal life.

What has puppy Yorkshire terrier dog training got to do with frugal living?

Frugal living and training your puppy Yorkshire terrier is something that should be started early. You might even want to ask yourself if frugal living is compatible with own a puppy Yorkshire terrier. Yes Yorkshire terrier are small and cute but do they fit into your lifestyle?

You couldn't resist the cute puppy Yorkshire terrier

You saw that little cute puppy Yorkshire terrier and you just couldn't resist. You threw all frugal living cautions to the wind. You are thrilled to have a little company at home. All hope is not lost if you still want to teach your new family addition some lessons in frugal living. Most people immediately associate puppy Yorkshire terrier training to making your puppy Yorkshire terrier sit down, standup, dance and do other fancy tricks. Well, that is not often the case if you are into frugal living. If you want to train your puppy Yorkshire terrier properly and inculcate some frugal living lifestyle in your puppy's training, you will need to think about one question. What is the most expensive thing when it comes to owning a puppy Yorkshire terrier? Remember you want to train your puppy Yorkshire terrier with frugal living in mind.

Frugal living and puppy Yorkshire terrier dog health care cost.

You will be amazed how much it will cost when you have to take your puppy Yorkshire terrier dog to the vet. Human health care is not cheap but taking your puppy Yorkshire terrier dog to the doctor is also not cheap. That brings us to teething problem. Your puppy Yorkshire terrier's will sooner or later develop teething problems. Most parents know that their babies will eventually start growing teeth. The same goes for your puppy Yorkshire terrier dog. That might mean buying a frozen nylon bone to help with chewing. The word buying might not really rhyme with frugal living but you might lose more if you don't do anything about your puppy Yorkshire terrier dog teething problems.

Frugal living and getting specialized training for your puppy Yorkshire terrier dog

Specialized training for your puppy Yorkshire terrier dog means money and that is not compatible with frugal living. Why pay for dog training if you can learn to train your puppy Yorkshire terrier yourself? Paying for dog training is only useful if you are disciplined enough to follow through with the training at home. Otherwise, your frugal living budget will be going down the drain and your puppy Yorkshire terrier dog will not benefit from the specialized training.

Frugal living and the best things to teach your Yorkshire terrier

Food: You don't feed your puppy Yorkshire terrier dog when you are at the table eating. That is eating twice for your puppy Yorkshire terrier and bad manners. Don't give in to tears. Your puppy Yorkshire Terrier will want to use tears as a trick to get more food. You should not fall for that trick

Urine: If your puppy Yorkshire terrier is not properly trained to urinate outside the house, you will be slowing moving away from frugal living. You will have to do more washing and buy more products to remove urine smell from the house. The trick is to start training early.

Biting people: If your puppy Yorkshire terrier loves to chase after people, it might be funny but it could be an expensive entertainment. Chasing after people and maybe causing injury to others is not something you want your puppy Yorkshire terrier to get accustomed to. The trick is to get your dog to chase a ball. It is less expensive.


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Aug 30, 2010 3:03pm
BlogMakesMoney
thnaks for all nice info
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