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Yorkshire Terriers are a small glamorous dog which compete in the Toy Group in most countries,
as in the UK and USA. Showing this breed is very specialised and time consuming and only for the really dedicated enthusiasts.
To grow the Yorkie coat and prepare it to show standard is not an easy task. Should anyone wish to know more about this, then
please send a private email request to the author, contact a specialist breed club, or read one of the many books that show
how the Yorkie coat is prepared and maintained. In the UK, the Yorkshire Terrier is traditionally displayed in line in the
show ring, on its own individual wooden box, which is draped with a cover, usually red, but as there is no rule about the
box cover, some exhibitors use blue or tartan covers. The Yorkie is still examined on the judge's table, as in most other
countries. A ring full of mature Yorkies displayed on their little red boxes is truly a sight to behold!