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The Yorkshire Terrier only comes in one coat coloration. With her been all golden, she is most likely not a purebred. She could have Norfolk Terrier in her, which would give her the all golden coat. If you are interested, you can purchase a dog DNA test from your vet or online and have her tested. The average price is $50.00 - $75.00 for it to be done.
Yorkshire Terriers have hair, and no undercoat. The hair grows continually (like human hair), and as such is hypoallergenic. Their hair requires daily grooming if allowed to grow long and silky. This information can be found repeatedly and universally.
Yes, the Yorkshire Terrier does have fur. However, it is bred specifically to be silky and smooth to the touch. Which is why some people confuse it with 'hair'.
The Yorkishire Terrier breed is very playful, active and spunky. They love their owners and enjoy being with them all of the time. If they are socialized with children at a young age, they can be great with kids. But all interactions between children and a puppy/dog should be supervised. Children can easily scare/injure a Yorkie puppy and make the dog not like children as an adult.
The AKC stands for the American Kennel Club, while the CKC stands for the Canadian Kennel Club. Both clubs will have their own set standard for the Yorkishire Terrier. Sometimes standards can be quite different between clubs, while others there are no differences. In the case of the Yorkshire Terrier, I don't think there are any big differences between the AKC and CKC standards of the Yorkishire Terrier breed.
AKC and CKC are simply the names to two registries. AKC is considered the most prestigious in America and CKC is the Canadian Kennel club. You can transfer a foreign registered dog (CKC) into AKC. There are many registries out there, if it matters to you then be sure that your dog is registered in the registry that you feel most comfortable with. Many breeders sell pet dogs without registration to prevent fraud.