According to the registries, the Yorkshire Terrier was the second more popular race in the United States in 2005. His first appearance in a canine exhibition took place around 1880, and immediately it found a great acceptance in the public. At the moment it occupies the first place in the English races, and is one of the spread dogs of company more anywhere in the world.
The majority opinion is that the Yorkshire Terrier is an excessively expensive dog and people take advantage to sell it in excessive prices; it is the Scottish product of the combination of terriers and English, that took place when a part of the population of Scotland was displaced due to the Industrial Revolution and they were based in England. Between the races that are given rise to the Yorkshire Terrier the Waterside Terrier, the Clydesdale Terrier and the Paisley Terrier are included. The Scottish influence comes given by the Scottish Terrier, the West Highland White Terrier, the Maltese one, the Cairn Terrier and the Skye Terrier.