Yorkipoo Puppies for Sale
am no longer raising Yorkipoo puppies. While I love the breed's
personality, I found their looks to be inconsistent.
Sometimes they could be very cute, and have a Yorkie build, or tend to
be gangly looking, like a poodle. It seemed that about 1/2 of
the puppies ended up looking like a poorly bred Yorkie. Because
of this, I have decide to focus on the Morkie breed, as they are
consistently cute in conformation (appearance) with a sweet temperament.
Click here to see
our available Maltipoo
puppies for sale and Yorktese
puppies for sale or our Morkie
puppies for sale.
The Yorkipoo puppy
combines the outstanding characteristics of the Yorkshire Terrier and
the Toy Poodle Breeds.
The Yorkie is a spunky, outgoing, very devoted breed of dog.
This intelligent breed comes with a big dog heart and courage, and is
glad to act as a watchdog for its owner. They are determined, feisty,
and very curious about the world around them. The Yorkies are
small, usually less than 7 pounds as adults. They do not shed, so need
regular grooming. The brave-hearted Yorkie with its
self-assured, important manner could fit into any home where a dog
with a lot of spirit and loyalty is desired.
The toy poodle is known for its high intelligence and
trainability. They are a lively, playful breed that excels at
obedience and agility competition. The toy poodle's curly coat
is not shedding, and does not have any dander. Because of these
hypoallergenic characteristics, they are one of the best breeds for
allergy sufferers. They are usually polite with strangers and
sociable with other animals. This bright, attentive breed is
such a skilled reader of body language and expression, they are often
described as "almost human".
As Yorkipoo breeders, it
is our goal to raise happy, healthy Yorkipoo puppies that will fill
the spot of best friend to their new owners.
Yorkipoo Puppies for
Here is what our Yorkiepoos new
owners think of their Yorkipoo puppies from Sunrise Hybrid Puppies.
Milo is the cutest little thing. They were home in Columbus
over the holidays and he really is the best puppy ever.
Very well trained, so happy and full of life!! We're trying to talk
my mom into getting one too because she just adores him. We all
just fell in love with him that we all want one now!! My
younger sister might be interested too. When do you expect to
have your next litter of Yorkipoos?
I've been meaning to drop you a note for some time to give you an
update on our two Yorkipoo puppies. As you recall we picked
out Cody (formerly Pumpkin) in late June, then two weeks later we
returned to get Chelsea (formerly Cocoa) because we loved Cody so
much, and we thought it would be good for him to be able to grow up
with a playmate. Besides that, my wife Michelle bonded so
closely with Cody that the kids and I were a little jealous, and we
knew that the only way we were going to get to spend a lot of time
with a puppy was to get a second one.
In the car ride home with Michelle and the kids, Chelsea was very
quiet and timid; she got carsick once as well. She had her
tail down and she just huddled low in the back seat, the kids felt
so sorry for her because she seemed so scared. But when she
got home and saw Cody, it was like turning on a light switch.
We all were amazed at how happy and excited the two dogs were to see
each other, and we were pretty sure they remembered each other from
all those weeks they spent together when they were with you.
They have since become best buddies and they play together every
day, it is such a joy to watch them romp and tussle together.
All has worked out great for the puppies and for us so far.
Their crate training is going very well overall, Cody especially
took to it immediately. Chelsea was not quite as fast to pick
it up as Cody but she's doing fine now too. Chelsea is about 7
pounds and Cody is a little over 8. We had their sterilization
operations done a few weeks ago and it went pretty well overall..
Cody and Chelsea have very different temperaments, which we are very
happy about, it would not be nearly as much fun to have two dogs
that were alike. Cody is the quiet one, he is a real cuddler
and he does not bark or get very excited about most things.
Chelsea is the polar opposite, she is a bundle of pure energy when
she is awake. She also gets SO excited when someone comes in
the door, she literally goes nuts for a few minutes. I find
that I look forward to this very much every time I come home.
She just loves seeing us so much she can hardly contain herself.
But when she crashes at night she too will cuddle next to us, she
seems to get "wiped out" from all her activity during the
Mainly we just wanted to let you know how happy we are that we got
these puppies, and what a big positive impact they have had on our
lives. It is obvious that they were cared for so well before
we got them, and it shows every day. I can't imagine not
having either of them. They are most definitely part of the
family! As you suggest on your web site, I'm also attaching a
few pictures of them. Thanks again for all you have done.
I recently met one of the puppies from one of your litters. I was
told by his owner, that his name used to be Peanut (when you still
had him). He is the happiest little guy with an amazing personality.
I have been interested in Yorkipoos for sometime. When I met Peanut
I was finally sure this is the type of dog I want.
The puppies shown below are not for Sale. The are from
previous litters of Yorkiepoos and are happily settled into their
homes with their families.
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