Famous Yorkshire Terrier Dog Names in Breed History

The Yorkie is an amazing dog breed, and there are many well known Yorkies in the spotlight throughout history, they are heroes of wars and even found in the Guinness Book of World Records. Check out these famous Yorkshire Terrier dog names and choose your favorite name as your beloved Yorkie dog name.

Big Boss: The smallest dog in the world for 1995 through 2002 Guinness World Records.

Cede Higgins: The first Yorkshire Terrier ever to win the popular Best in Show award at the esteemed Westminster Kennel Club dog show in 1978.
Huddersfield Ben: A champion show dog credited with being the foundation sire for the Yorkshire Terrier bred.
Ozmilion Mystification: The first Yorkie to win Best in Show at Crufts, the world's biggest yearly dog show in 1997.
Pasha: A Yorkie belonged to First Lady, Tricia Nixon and lived in the White House while Richard Nixon was president.
Smoky: A Yorkie hero of World War II, owned by William Wynne of Cleveland, Ohio.
Sylvia: A Yorkshire Terrier owned by Arthur Marples of Blackburn, England, was the smallest dog in recorded history.
Thumbelina: A Yorkie held the Guinness World Record for smallest living dog up until 1995.
Tiny Pinocchio: An unusually small Yorkie, had appeared on many TV shows including Oprah and the Today Show.

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