The small Yorkshire Terrier dog, also known as a Yorkie, captures the hearts of men, women and children. In 2009 the American Kennel Club named the Yorkshire terrier the third most popular dog breed in the United States. The long flowing fur and bright eyes of the petite canine often adorn novelty gift items ranging from clothing to collectibles.
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Gifts for Men
Men who love their pets readily accept gifts that highlight their favourite breed. For subtle recognition of the Yorkie, consider giving a golf shirt with a small embroidered Yorkie on the chest. A matching baseball style cap completes the outfit for a true Yorkie lover.
Men also enjoy solid silver keychains depicting the silhouette of a Yorkie. (See Reference 1) Consider having the keychain engraved to reflect the name of the gift recipient's pet Yorkie to create a personalised gift.
Gifts for Women
Surprise a Yorkie-loving woman with a delicate piece of jewellery. Dangling earrings with miniature Yorkies or a pendant style necklace with a jewel-encrusted dog will make any woman smile. Consider a matching watch with a Yorkie picture on the face or a charm bracelet featuring dog-themed charms including a Yorkie bust, a dog bone and a doghouse.
Women also love Yorkie figurines. Consider a crystal, porcelain or glass statue. Some figurines come with built-in clocks, inscribed poems or semi-precious stone embellishments.
Gifts for Children
Children who have a Yorkie or wish to someday own one, will love plush Yorkie toys. The durable gift accepts cuddles and care like a real Yorkie puppy. For older children, Yorkie colouring books, plastic play toys or blankets will add to their love of the dog.
Children of all ages can enjoy pyjamas decorated with pictures of Yorkies. During the daytime, children love showing off gifts of Yorkie T-shirts and sweatshirts. Coordinate a clothing gift with a Yorkie baseball cap, school backpack or purse.
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