Yorkie And Bulldog Mix
Scientifically speaking, the term "hybrid” is incorrect as all dogs are a sub-species of wolf (Canis lupus familiaris) and as such, it is impossible to have a hybrid as they are two of the same species. Although technically incorrect, the term "hybrid" is the name which is predominantly used for these mixes and therefore it is the name we will also use when referring to them.
Yorkshire Terriers, also known as Yorkies, are typically quite small with a fine, silky coat that will grow quite long unless clipped. This proud little breed will usually display a pitch black, button sized nose and perfectly erect V-shaped ears. Of course Yorkie mixes such as the Dorkie and the Yorwich may retain some of these characteristics or may have quite a different appearance dependent upon the mix! Yorkies and Yorkie mixes that that have inherited the straight, silky coat will require frequent brushing and occasional clipping.
The Yorkie Mix is not a purebred dog. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and understand that you can get any combination of the characteristics found in either breed.