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Yorkiepoo is a hybrid dog that originated from the United States, also known by other names such as Yorkiepoo, Yoodle, and Yorkapoo. Discover more about our Yorkipoo puppies for sale below!
This breed was created in the United States by crossing a Yorkshire Terrier and a Poodle. It may be bred from either two purebred parents or two hybrid parents and retains its puppy size even when it grows into an adult. It was originally designed to be a companion dog that is suitable to live with allergy sufferers and to also create a small dog without the disease of both the Yorkshire and poodle.
Yorkiepoo is a happy dog with lots of confidence regardless of its small size; it is a breed that is very happy and comfortable in its own skin. It has a gentle and loving disposition with an easy-going temperament. It is also less demanding than many other dogs its size. Its temperament can be dependent on hereditary, training and socialization. With the right blend of all these, Yorkiepoo is a dog with a nice temperament.
This breed can thrive just fine in any kind of home and makes an excellent companion for elderly people. However, it is not recommended for homes with little children because of their small size and frailness. Yorkiepoo is too small to live outside and should be kept indoors for its well being. It enjoys being in the company of people and also participating in family activities. Yorkiepoo also enjoys looking at the world from its owner’s laps.
Yorkiepoo is very active and energetic and requires daily exercise. It enjoys a daily walk or romps in the yard. It also enjoys playing a game of fetch, 20 to 30 minutes of walking is highly recommended for the Yorkiepoo in order to keep it in the best shape possible. Its energetic self will keep it going until it runs out of energy.
Yorkiepoo requires adequate grooming in order to keep its coat silky and healthy, daily brushing helps to prevent tangles. Hair should also be brushed away from its eyes to prevent irritation; either this or the hair around its eyes can be trimmed with a pair of scissors. Yorkiepoos coat should be trimmed regularly to whatever preferred length and should be bathed only when necessary. Its teeth should be brushed at least two times weekly in order to remove the buildup and prevent dental problems. Its nails should also be trimmed regularly but not too far so as to avoid bleeding. Its ears should be cleaned and checked regularly to detect any infection.
Our Yorkipoo puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.
The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Yorkipoo puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.
Contact us today to learn more about the availability of our Yorkipoo puppies for sale. We look forward to helping you find your next family member. Our pet counselors can answer any questions you have about our Yorkipoo puppies.
Top Ten Frequently Asked Questions about the Yorkiepoo
Does Yorkiepoo make a good therapy dog?
Yes. Yorkiepoo has a very gentle and loving disposition, it is also a happy dog and fun to be around, which makes it an excellent choice for a therapy dog.
Can Yorkiepoo be easily trained?
Yorkiepoo is a very fast learner which makes training an easy task but it is also stubborn and can act up during training sessions. This can be curbed with time and patience though.
What is the life expectancy of the Yorkiepoo?
The life expectancy of this breed is between 10 to 15 years.
What type of feeding is recommended for Yorkiepoo?
Before coming up with a feeding plan for this breed, it is recommended to visit a veterinarian in order to learn about the appropriate feeding plan for it. It also requires proper hydration and this can be achieved by making a fresh bowl of water available for it to drink from at all times.
Are Yorkiepoos good with little children?
Yes. Yorkiepoo does well with children but socialization at an early age is advisable. Also, it is not advisable to leave Yorkiepoo with little kids without proper adult supervision.
Can my Yorkiepoo suffer from knee problems?
Yorkiepoo can suffer from knee problems just like any other dog, given its small size though; the stress shouldn’t be too much.
My Yorkiepoo is not eating, should I be concerned?
Just like humans, most animals have days when they just don’t feel like eating. This shouldn’t be a great bother except your Yorkiepoo does not eat for a while, then help should be called for.
What should be the average weight of an adult Yorkiepoo?
Depending on the dog, the average weight for an adult Yorkiepoo is between 8 and 10 lbs when fully grown, although this is subject to some factors.
What health issues are common with the Yorkiepoo?
While Yorkiepoo is a healthy dog, there are some health issues it can inherit from both parents such as reverse sneezing, hip dysplasia, and collapsing trachea amongst others.
How tall does a Yorkiepoo puppy get?
Between 9 to 12 inches in height.
If you need a small, confident dog with ample energy and lots of love to spread around, the Yorkiepoo is your best bet.
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