- WEIGHT: 85 to 140 lbs
- HEIGHT: 24 to 29 inches
- COLOR(S): Black with bright, symmetrical russet and white markings. They have white at the toes, tail tip, chest and blaze. The tan always lies between the black and white. Red tricolors do occur but are not acceptable.
- BREED GROUP: Working
WEIGHT: 5 to 11 lbs
HEIGHT: 8 to 12 inches
COLOR(S): Blue, tan, fawn, silver or a combination of these colors.
Yorkipoos are very affectionate and crave human attention. They are happy-go lucky and make a nice companion dog especially for apartment owners. Their temperament has a lot to do with their parents, upbringing, and environment. It’s best to choose the puppy not too aggressive and not too timid. They can be territorial and like to bark.
As a hybrid breed, the Yorkipoo can have either silky fine hair to rough and curly. Daily brushing and regular grooming is a must. Great dog to have if you suffer from allergies as it sheds little to no hair. Its coat comes in a variety of colors: tan, blue, fawn, cream, and silver as well as a combination of these colors.
Knowing the history of the parents is the first step in making sure your puppy will be strong and healthy. However, every breed is prone to certain types of health problems. Yorkiepoos are prone to Hip Dysplasia, which can cause lameness, Legg-Calvé-Perthes Syndrome, another rear leg condition, and Luxating Patella
Yorkiepoos love to jump, play, and run around, so daily exercise and walks outside are important for good health and making sure your dog doesn’t tear up your house! Because of their size it is recommended that this breed be kept indoors. Having a yard that is fenced where they can go out once or twice a day is perfect for these little companions.
These dogs are easy to train and ready to please their owners. Be sure to start when they are just pups to make this process much less of a hassle. Because of their character harsh and rigorous training is not recommended. Firm, gentleness, and respect work best with this hybrid. Great for learning tricks and other competitive type performance.
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