Yorkshire Terriers Move Up in Breed Popularity

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The Yorkshire terrier has become the No. 2 registered dog in America, knocking out the golden retriever, which fell to the No. 4 spot. Daisy Okas, a spokesperson for the American Kennel Club says the Yorkie's increase in popularity is part of a trend favoring smaller breeds.



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