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Hypoglycemia is a result of low blood glucose levels and is a challenge not only with the Yorkshire Terrier breed but with all toy breed puppies. Hypoglycemia is a health related phrase for low blood sugar levels that is a symptom in which there's an extreme, unexpected decrease in the amount of blood glucose in the puppy.

Puppies are at the receiving end with an increased risk of hypoglycemia until they are 4 to 5 months old. In adult Yorkies, dietary habits and stressful life can cause low glucose levels in the blood. Symptoms of Hypoglycemia in Yorkshire Terriers. A Yorkie with low blood sugar may likely to have the following symptoms. Lethargy, drowsiness, weakness.

Jun 22, 2014 · A Yorkie puppy displaying signs of suffering from hypoglycemia will become drowsy, limp and lifeless, with glassy unfocussed-eyes. They may froth or drool at the mouth, vomit greenish or clear bile, display confusion and be shaky or wobbly and uncoordinated when walking because the brain relies upon adequate amounts of sugar in order to function correctly.

Hypoglycemia in Yorkies rarely persist beyond age 4 or 5 months. If your adult Yorkie continues to suffer from hypoglycemic attacks, he may be suffering .