Traditional Yorkies are the classic Yorkshire Terriers that most people picture when they think of this breed. They have a silky, long, and straight coat that is typically blue and tan in color.
Teacup Yorkies are an even smaller version of the already tiny Yorkshire Terrier. They weigh less than the standard breed, often less than 4 pounds when fully grown.
Parti Yorkies have a distinctive coat pattern that includes white alongside the traditional blue and tan coloring. These Yorkies have a unique and eye-catching appearance, with patches of white on their body, face, and ears.
Biewer Terriers are a separate breed but are often considered a type of Yorkshire Terrier. They have a tri-colored coat with a combination of blue, white, and gold or black, white, and gold.
Silky Terriers are sometimes confused with Yorkies due to their resemblance. They have a similar size and shape but are a separate breed.