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Someone has asked me to look after a yorkshire terrier puppy whilst they're at work and I wondered if anyone has a vizsla and a small breed of dog like that, and how they get on. My dog is super friend friendly, but I am slightly worried he would knock it over. Obviously I would be supervising at all times!
 

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We have dog sat for a friend's boston terrier and they get along great and they are hilarious to watch play. No question the terrier can hold it's own.
 

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One of Merc's best friends is a terrier of some sort. The terrier does just fine - lets Merc know when he is getting too boisterous. Your dog may knock the little one over but they will sort it out between them!
 

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Wally's "big" brother is a 15 year old bichon... Wally is ten months now, and as much as he play bows in front of Henry, he respects he isn't going to get a romping session out of him. He used to barrel over him, but has learned how to use those long legs and get around/over him! Good luck!!
 

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We hosted my oldest Son and the teacup Yorkie last night. The two dogs slept in the same crate. It's great when she's around they play and ware each other out.
 

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thats what the dog I will be looking after is, a very small yorkshire terrier, a teacup yorkie although I had never heard of these until now! I'm hoping it will be quite bold to boss wiley about!
 

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so glad to hear all your positive replies as hubby wants to get a Jack Russel... everyone I have spoken to says its a bad idea as they can get underneath a Vizsla and trip them up causing probably leg injuries. This wouldn't happen for a while as Purdey still needs alot of training and maturing but I would also like another V so any suggestions which one should come next and when??? (I would like the V to come when Purdey's 2 and JR two years later.)
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I had a Jack named Nina for 15 years. She was ball crazy. Once we forgot to take a ball on a trip to the grandparents house, Nina carried an onion in her mouth for the weekend. I still miss her.
 

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we had dolly the teacup yorkie puppy round the other day to meet wiley, he must have been able to tell she was a baby becuase he was very gentle. Although when he was trying to sniff her, just nugding her with his nose was knocking her over. how do u let yours behave together, if you V knocks the yorkies over by accident do u just let them get up and get on with it?
 
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