History of Yorkshire Terrier.
On the history of the Yorkshire Terrier. They started in Northern England, in the counties of Yorkshire, Manchester, and Leeds, during the years before 1750.
During this time, the onset of the Industrial Revolution gave rise to small communities located around coal mines, textile mills, and factories. The people of these areas initially made their living from the land and experienced significant upheaval during the time of the Industrial Revolution. Many had to learn new ways of life to continue to support their families.
Along with this strong group of migrants came equally hardy pets and companions. During the nineteenth century, Scottish traders started to arrive and carried with them the hardy Scottish Terrier. A long way from being a straightforward bloodline, the Scottish Terrier has been credited with making a few distinct sorts of Terriers including the Yorkshire Terrier.