A yorkiepoo is a mixed breed, and there is no "show standard" for such dogs so cropping or not cropping is entirely up to you. A small dog is usually kept indoors with the family, so there is little danger of getting his tail snagged or caught like there is for working or hunting dogs. In this case the dog wouldn't benefit from having his tail cropped.
I have mixed breed chihuahuas, and they seem to enjoy having a tail.
I'm afraid I don't believe in cropping off any body parts on any animal unless it's diseased and warrants amputation...
by Michal 8 years ago
How to crop dog's ear and is there any efficient site for dog ear cropping tool?I need a ear crop tEar Cropping Tools For Dogs
by Jeremy Gill 14 months ago
Hubbers are restricted to two formats for their pictures: full-length or half-length. To make a Hub as visually appealing as possible, it'd be awesome if we could crop the picture as we include it. This would be particularly great on vertically-oriented ones, as they don't always stretch ideally...
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