Yorkie Poo

The Yorkie Poo is a fun and playful dog. It is a cross breed between the Yorkshire Terrier and a Toy and a Miniature Poodle. Its height is about seven inches to one foot and is three inches tall at the shoulder. Generally, a healthy Yorkie Poo weighs between three to fourteen pounds depending on its age. In addition, it has a life span of about ten to fifteen years, which means you have a great companion for quite sometime. Despite his miniature size, he is good with high jumps. His fur is fine and silky making it a good playmate as well as a dog you can hold easy on your lap.

History and Health :

  • History :

The Yorkie Poo is a designer breed that is rather very young in the market. Their origin is about a decade old though they are gaining popularity with time. The reason this breed is a yes, is because its creation was because of trying to develop a toy sized dog that has a fur coat that is hypoallergenic. In addition, another objective was to introduce a breed that is free from genetic disorders that are experienced by their parent breed.

Though there are some multi-generational crosses over the years, it is best that the first generation breed is maintained. The multi-generational crosses are an effort to boost the production of more Yorkie Poo offspring with more desirable traits as opposed to their parents. You will note that there are no breed groups or registries for the Yorkie Poo. Currently, the breeders are looking at creating a direction for all Yorkie Poo, which will be provided to the public soon as it is complete.

  • Health :

Generally, these dogs are a healthy breeds thus their characteristic to hang around persons with allergens. However, just like with other dog breeds, dogs are prone to some health conditions and these must be addressed before they get to this point. It is therefore very important to gather relevant and adequate information for those looking at keeping this breed. You must also include the expertise of an excellent breeder who can provide health clearances regarding your puppy.


However, you must look at the possibility of your puppy having the infection of epilepsy, patellar luxation, portosystemic shunt, hyperadrenocorticism and atopic dermatitis. Regular vet checkups should be able to keep you posted if anything is wrong. In addition, be sure to notice if he becomes inactive, this is a sure sign that something is wrong.

Temperament & Personality :

  • Personality :

This breed is fond of people thus an excellent companion. It is also energetic and pro active as long as it is not suffering from any ailments. In addition, he is pretty good with older children who are also active. In short, he is loyal, loving, and all rounded person dog free from allergic irritants.

  • Activity Requirements :

Being a playful and energetic dog, you will need to help him tame down a little bit. Introduce a number of active games like allowing him jump or run for a toy. Alternatively, take a walk or allow him run outdoors and back a number of times.

  • Trainability :

The Yorkie Poo is an easily trainable pet but it requires that you understand its games. This is because it can be stubborn in an attempt to play.

  • Behavioral Traits :

As long as the he is healthy, he is practically your best friend. He is an entertaining dog to have, active, full of life, and perfect for everyone. He has a love for barking but you can tone it down with training if it seems to bother you. He also likes to be around people. A lonely life does not go well with him.

Appearance & Grooming :

  • Appearance :

He is loving and confident with a plump build. He has dark eyes with a more rounded shape. His ears fall to the side of head under normal circumstances.

  • Size and Weight :

Its height is about seven inches to one foot. Generally, a healthy Yorkie Poo weighs between three to fourteen pounds.

  • Coat & Color :

The coat can be curly or straight. It comes in a variety of colors ranging from cream, black, white, red, sable, apricot, tan, chocolate, gray, and silver. They could also have sports here and there.

  • Grooming :

Brush him daily. Ensure that you brush away from his eyes. Bath him only when necessary and trim his nails once or twice in a month.

  • Body Type :

He is three inches tall at the shoulder.

Characteristics :

  • They are really friendly.
  • They need regular physical exercise, so walking with it in the neighborhood is required.
  • It can nip a child.
  • If it is fallen on to hard surface, it can easily break its leg.
  • Its lifespan is between 12 to 15 years.
  • They are maximum seven inches tall.
  • It can easily take on the role of “”watching dog””. So they are best for apartment living people.

Tasty Tidbits :

Keep him clean at all times and allow him play as it helps him exercise.

Care :

They are quite comfortable around the home. They also do not mind the indoors. Ensure that they are around people and that they get their routine exercise. Do not leave him alone frequently as he may develop separation anxiety.

Images, Pics, Photos and Pictures of Yorkie Poo :

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Feeding :

The recommended daily consumption is ¼ to one cup of quality dry food for a day. Tis portion serves two means, which should be evenly spread within the day. However, monitor your dog as the portion may differ depending on the dog's metabolism, build, age, and size and activity level.

Information and Facts of Yorkie Poo :

  1. It is a designer dog that is a cross breed of a Yorkshire Terrier and a Toy and a Miniature Poodle.
  2. Just like its parents, they are energetic and active.
  3. A big fun of constant barking though it is not irritating.
  4. Sheds fur less thus can be good for persons with allergies who seek to enjoy fun moments with a pet dog.
  5. It requires daily brushing of its fur to prevent it from tangles and mats.
  6. Though loving and gentle, they are ideal for grown children who are more considerate and not very young ones.
  7. Though he is stubborn, he is an easy to train dog.
  8. Good with the indoors so he will not mind apartments.
  9. He is quite accommodating with other pets in the home.
  10. He is not very good when left alone and will develop separation anxiety if constantly left alone. This makes him a very good companion dog.
  11. They are healthier when they are of a pure breed.
  12. This dog is a small breed.