C My princess Nefertari aka Nene got a little brother a week ago, who still after all this time has no name. Dogs are starting to get along well, little one following the bigger one and making us gasp our breath moment after moment - this teddy bear is the cutest thing that happened in 2016! Yorkshire terrier is small and beautiful breed but they have definitely a lot of fire in them so don't be fooled by the small size.

Our first dog, a yorkie too, was delicate and very ladylike dog. Lily Coco (my beloved little girl rip) thought me a lot about being responsible, to look after somebody and showed me how rewarding and pure love between a human and animal can be. I decided to get a new dog after by Lily passed away but it took several years before the perfect opportunity presented itself.

C In 2015 my dear friend informed me that there would be a yorkie puppy up for sale, comes from a good family and beautiful (and healthy) doggie parents. Nefertari (I named her after great queen and wife of Pharaoh Ramses the Great), this new amazingly kind dog was blessing to the skies and made a perfect family member.
The first year with Nene went amazing, she brought us all so much happiness and love. Because of Nene's need of attention and love from human, we started to think that maybe it would be good to get her a friend. She considers me and my family as her pack, and it feels heartbreaking that she would need to spend long dark days home alone when everyone else is at work. This is where a little brother would come in hand.

I am lucky enough to have family members that have own offices and work that can be independently done via computer. This meant that there were a lot of place for Nene to chill and hang out while I was at work or unable to be at home. Still, to make it more efficient and not drag the dog to different places - we decided to take a friend for Nene, so they would enjoy each other and not feel so alone at home.

Blog post by Christine W