A Loyal and Loving Companion:

By Josie February 1st, 2023

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If you’re looking for a pup that’s small, smart, and packed with personality, the Yorkie-poo may be right up your alley!


Although it is still considered a relatively new breed, they have quickly gained popularity and affection worldwide.

The history of the Yorkie Poo began with breeders back in the ’90s to create a small, active poodle mix variety.

Yorkie-poos make lovely companions just like these two breeds, as they are both very loyal and affectionate.

A cross breed

This dog is a crossbreed between two lovable dogs, the Yorkshire Terrier and Toy Poodle.


It is known for its adorable, teddy bear-like appearance, small, compact body, and fluffy, hypoallergenic coat.

They have small, pointed ears and a short muzzle.

The coat is typically lengthy and curly, with a soft, silky texture.


Their puppies are generally born in litters of 2 to 5, typically weighing around 5 to 10 ounces at birth.

They are weaned at 6-8 weeks old, and are ready to join their families at 8-12 weeks.


It typically has a patient yet intelligent temperament, confident yet eager to please.

It may need consistent socialization to ensure it’s comfortable around both people and other animals.

Suitable Toys For Your Yorkie Poo

2. A chew toy made of soft material that won’t hurt their teeth.

1. A stuffed animal or toy that is small enough to carry around with them.

3. A toy that makes noise, such as a squeaky toy, to keep them entertained.

4. A tug-of-war toy to play with them and help them get some exercise.


They are a small breed, so short walks multiple times per day are ideal.

However, avoid strenuous activity when it is too hot or cold out.

Playing games like fetch and tug-of-war are also great options to provide them with mental and physical stimulation

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Remember that they can be expensive to care for due to their small size and potential health issues.

With the proper care and training they will become the best companions.