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Don't underestimate the Yorkie's size by the pitter-patter of their tiny feet and their petite body capable of fitting inside a purse. This is a big dog trapped inside a small body. Buyers beware -- Yorkie puppies can be irresistibly cute and may melt you
A wagging tail has long been seen as a sign of a happy and contented dog. Scientists have discovered, however, that dogs communicate far more information about their emotions with their tails than was previously believed.