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The Yorkshire terrier -- or Yorkie -- is one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States because of its loyal, lively disposition. It can take up to six months to fully house-train a Yorkie, though you may see progress within a week or two. Yorkies are prone to suffer from separation anxiety, which can increase their likelihood of having accidents in the house.
Each accident increases the likelihood of future accidents, because your dog begins to think it's okay to go inside.

With consistency and plenty of encouragement, you can potty-train even the stubbornest of dogs. A crate can help your dog feel secure, and dogs are much less likely to urinate or defecate in their crates.
Both puppies and adult dogs should go outside after waking up, before bed, after eating or drinking, and after play sessions.
Puppies can usually tolerate two to three hours in a crate, while adult dogs can stay in a crate for six to eight hours.

Depending on individual circumstances, some dogs need more frequent breaks while others can wait longer.

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