Important Facts About Yorkiepoo Puppies
The Yorkie Poo is a combination of a toy or miniature Poodle and the Yorkshire Terrier.
They are small dogs with big dog personalities. When creating Yorkipoo puppies for sale, breeders hope to have the best of both worlds.
- Yorkies are well known to be feisty, independent, and somewhat stubborn – you know living up to terrier characteristics!
- Poodles, on the other hand, are intelligent and rather athletic. They can be a little clingy and suffer from separation anxiety.
- Blend both of these beautiful breeds together and you’ll find Yorkiepoo puppies for sale – the active, smart, energetic, and sensitive dog.
Their Temperament and Environment
- Get ready for cuteness overload, because Yorkiepoo puppies for sale are one-of-a-kind! They are spunky and special and smart beyond belief!
- They will do well living in apartments and houses, and rural and urban neighborhoods. They’re best in homes with older children.
- Yorkiepoo puppies for sale get along well with other dogs and cats, especially if they have been raised together.
- Sure, they’re little dogs, but they will serve well as little watchdogs. They absolutely will alert you with a bark and prance should the scary mailman come around and you receive a package! They will also bark if a friend just pops over. They’re barkers – there we said it, so beware and take this into consideration if you live in an apartment.
- They don’t like being alone for long periods of time, so they may suffer from separation anxiety.
Their Beauty and Maintenance
- Yorkiepoo puppies for sale may have long and silky hair like the Yorkie, or tight and loopy curls like the Poodle. It’s a toss-up, but a gorgeous one nonetheless.
- Both Poodles and Yorkshire Terriers have hair that continues to grow. Most owners keep their hair on the short side, as it’s easier to handle and manage.
- Brushing and combing their coats several times a week is required to keep it from matting. Both breeds are relatively clean dogs, so bathing every 3 to 4 weeks is sufficient.
- A lot of exercise isn’t necessary
- Fairly easy to train, sans the Yorkie’s stubbornness
- Not good for families with small children
- Grooming is necessary