They love to run together, and get so excited they practically fly. Here, I caught them all mostly airborne. Dorothy Rosebud is my best flyer, she is the one in front.
Look at this furball! He is the puppy who had the dark face as a baby. I didn't think he'd turn silver and I think I'm right. Although, Yorkies can surprise you, their color isn't set for months. Eventually, all the baby fine puppy hair needs to be shaved off and the new, adult dog is revealed in its glorious new color. But I hate to trim mine up too early, because I love that puppy stage and will miss it when they get their first hair cuts and look all grown up.
Our two are turning light and are so two toned and raggedy, they almost look like opossums. We call them Crash and Eddie because the look like the two guys from Ice Age. Plus, they are such goofballs. Which is also why I call them all Dorkies instead of Yorkies. They are a group of dorkie and silly dogs.