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The Yorkiepoo is a cross between a purebred Yorkshire Terrier and a purebred Poodle, typically a Toy or Miniature. Like most designer dogs, the Yorkiepoo has a mysterious history. It is assumed that the Yorkiepoo originated in the United States sometime during the 1980s or 90s, but that’s about all that is known about this little dog’s history. Unfortunately, there isn’t any one person or breeder that can be credited with being the first to breed a Yorkiepoo. Nevertheless, the Yorkiepoo quickly became one of the more popular designer breeds. Today, it is recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC), the Designer Dogs Kennel Club (DDKC), the International Designer Canine Registry (IDCR), and the Designer Breed Registry (DBR). Yorkie Poo Puppies for sale
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The Yorki Poo (also known as a Yorkie Poo, Yorkipoo, or Yorkie Doodle) is a cross between a Yorkshire Terrier and a Poodle. Poodle crossbreeds are meant to produce a dog with mixed traits and the Poodle’s signature nonshedding coat. As a crossbreed, the Yorki Poo is not eligible for registration with purebred registries such as the American Kennel Club, but it can be registered with the American Canine Hybrid Club, as ‘Yorkie Poo’. The Yorki Poo is not considered a purebred because it doesn’t ‘breed true’, meaning that it doesn’t display a consistent set of characteristics. Like other ‘designer breeds’, the Yorki Poo has seen a recent surge in popularity. Some breeders produce Yorki Poos by crossing a purebred Poodle with a purebred Yorkshire Terrier (called a first generation cross), but others allow crossing Yorki Poos with Poodles or Yorkshire Terriers (called a backcross), or with other Yorki Poos (called a multi-generation cross). Different crosses can result in different characteristics.
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Yorkiepoos are energetic, lively, and playful little dogs with a good nature. They’re easily trainable and eager to please, making them a great choice for novice or first-time dog owners. The one thing Yorkiepoos love most is being around their human companions and being involved in family activities. That said, they are not the type of dog that can be left alone for extended periods of time. When by themselves for too long, Yorkiepoos can become destructive out of boredom, and they may develop separation anxiety. Outside of their families, Yorkiepoos are friendly and affectionate with just about everyone. As long as they receive the attention that they crave, Yorkiepoos make delightful, loving companions for all types of different people
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We offer a 15-day viral guarantee and a one-year genetic health guarantee with medical vet bills paid. We also offer a 12 year
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There is no better feeling than to deliver a cute furry bundle of joy to our customers. We want to keep you and your puppy happy by asking you to take a few precautionary measures to ensure your puppy is healthy and will live a long happy life.
How To Care For Your Puppy
Take your puppy to the vet within 3 business days upon the arrival.
After being examined, ensure to keep and maintain a copy of the examination or medical record. Not taking your puppy to the vet within 3 days after receiving your puppy may void the guarantee. We understand life happens and sometimes vet appointments are not sooner than 3 days. If this is the case all we ask is that you communicate with us so we can update your puppies information in our system. The examination must be done by a licensed vet.
The puppy will come with up-to-date shots, so make sure you do not give an additional vaccine to your puppy within the first ten days unless otherwise instructed by your vet.
You will need to keep proof of the healthcare and maintenance of your puppy, which would include vaccinations and exams, so kindly keep these in your personal files.
The puppy will arrive with appropriate shots and deworming.
It is the new owner’s responsibility to continue proper deworming and to take the puppy for monthly exams up to the age of 16 weeks or more as recommended by the vet.