The name Yorkshire Terrier partly reflects the origin of this breed. The homeland of this breed is the largest state in England, Yorkshire. Contrary to the history of the industrial revolution in England, rats raging throughout factories, mines, … To solve this annoyance, workers brought here the Clydesdale Terrier. He did a great job at hunting down and capturing rats.
Later, the Clydesdale Terrier was bred with other terriers in the area. Yorkshire Terrier was born from there. Inheriting the advantages of their ancestors, the Yorkshire Terrier is very agile and very good at catching mice. Therefore, they are also known as the Yorkshire Terrier.