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A Yorkie Poo for You?

September 1, 2018

Yorkie Poo puppies are one of the most popular designer pet breeds for dog lovers.

There are Yorkie Poo puppies for sale almost everywhere, but are they the right dogs for you and your family? At Petland, we think that Yorkie Poo puppies are ideal for various types of families and living situations. Below are some cool characteristics to help you make your decision.

The Yorkie Poo is a designer dog that is the product of a Yorkshire Terrier and a Miniature Poodle. Because of the low amount of dander both breeds produce, this breed was explicitly designed to be a hypoallergenic dog.

Yorkie Poo puppies are great with kids. They are energetic and affectionate. If you have other pets in your home, that’s okay, because they get along with other pets too.

They are very intelligent and will follow your commands without much repetition. They will need consistency, however, because they can be a little feisty and stubborn, but still so sweet.

You will find that this breed is very loyal. Despite their little sizes, they will do whatever it takes to protect their owners.

Yorkie Poo puppies are ideal for new dog owners because they don’t require extensive grooming. Regular grooming is needed to maintain their pretty fur.

Because of their small sizes and level and activity, they can practically live anywhere. An apartment or townhouse or larger home will suit them just fine! Just give them some human companionship, and they’re happy.

After reading these facts, you may realize that a Yorkie Poo for you is in the cards! Do you want or need more information? If so, that’s not a problem! Give us a call today. You can also visit our website to check out the available Yorkie Poo puppies we have for sale.

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