yorkipoo dogs


Also known as a Yorkapoo, or Yorkadoodle, the Yorkie Poo (Yorkipoo or Yorkie-poo) is very intelligent, and so friendly, and affectionate, which makes them the ideal companion. They love to have fun with their lively and enthusiastic nature. They also have an easy-going disposition making them charismatic social pups who love attention.

  • Very loving, and make great emotional support animals
  • Perfect for apartment dwellers or those with limited spaces
  • Non-to-low shedding makes them great for allergy sufferers

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What is a Yorkie Poo?

A Yorkipoo, Yorkie Poo, Yorkie-Poo is considered a designer dog. It’s a mix between a Yorkshire Terrier and a Toy or Miniature Poodle.

How long do Yorkie Poos live?

The average lifespan for a Yorkipoo is somewhere between 10 and 15 years.

How big do Yorkie Poos get?

This is contingent on which type the Poodle parent is. The ones with a Toy Poodle parent tend to be a bit smaller than those with a Miniature Poodle parent. In general, they can stand anywhere between 7 to 15 inches tall.

How much do Yorkie Poos weigh?

A Yorkie Poo can weigh somewhere in the range of 5 to 15 pounds.

Do Yorkie Poos shed?

The answer is yes, but If they do shed, it’s very little and more so in the spring and fall. They are considered a low-shedding breed. Being a hybrid dog, Yorkie Poos can come in different types of soft coats that can vary between straight, curly or wavy. The more of a Poodle mix they have, the curlier the coat, and one that’ll shed less.

Are Yorkie Poos hypoallergenic?

Yorkipoo dogs are considered to be hypoallergenic dogs. The wavier and curlier the coat, the better. This is due to shedding and dander that’s released, which causes an allergic reaction.

Do Yorkie Poos bark a lot?

Yes, Yorkipoo dogs tend to bark a lot. This can be lessened with the proper training and early-on socialization.

Are Yorkie Poos easy to train?

With his high intelligence, along with an eagerness to please its owners, a Yorkipoo dog is easy to train.

Are Yorkie Poos hard to potty train?

A Yorkipoo is an intelligent breed. This comes in handy when it comes to potty training. Although they possess a little bit of a stubborn streak, if you use positive reinforcement and some treats, and you’re consistent and patient, you’re on the road to success.

Can Yorkie Poos be left alone?

It’s best not to leave Yorkipoos alone for no longer than 4 to 5 hours. If left alone for too long, it can lead to destructive behaviors.

How much exercise does a Yorkie Poo need?

A Yorkipoo is an energetic breed, so daily walks, a game of fetch, and just overall playtime for 30 minutes a day would be sufficient.

Are Yorkie Poos aggressive?

Yorkipoo dogs aren’t known to be aggressive, but if they aren’t properly trained or socialized, this could evolve into behavioral problems, especially when it comes to their food or toys. This can also occur if there were any forms of being mistreated or neglect, so it’s best to start training and socializing them as young as possible.

Are Yorkie Poos good dogs?

Yorkie Poos are very smart and very friendly, and they love to entertain. They also make great family pets for many reasons, but one, in particular, is that they have an adaptable nature, and they’re trainable. They especially love to be in the company of people, whom they’re good with, in addition to, kids and strangers.


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