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Pet Adoptions Network offers expert help in rehoming Yorkshire Terrier dogs and puppies throughout the USA and Canada. If you need help finding your tiny dog a good home safely, effectively and permanently, please request our dog rehoming services today!
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Chelsea has been adopted. Thank you for your interest. Want to adopt a Yorkshire Terrier through Pet Rehoming Network? Just complete our waiting list form, and we will notify you when the next Yorkie is looking for a home in your area. CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR WAITING...
Teacup Yorkie Yorkshire Terrier For Adoption in Fort Bragg CA Tianna is a gorgeous gold and strawberry blonde colored Teacup Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie for adoption in Northern California, currently being fostered in Fort Bragg.This tiny 4 pound bundle of love has a...
Tinkerbelle has found a home If you would like to be notified when other Yorkies and Yorkie mix dogs come available near you, please fill out our waiting list form. Tinkerbelle, a sweet 3 year old Yorkshire Terrier, along with her best friend, a Papillon dog, are in...
BARNEY AND BELLA HAVE BEEN ADOPTED.
If you are interested in adopting a Shih Tzu or Shih Tzu Mix dog or puppy in North Carolina, please complete our online waiting list request form. Our Shih Tzu adoption team will keep your information on file and notify you when we have another Shih Tzu for adoption near you.
Belle has been adopted. Thank you for your interest in this adorable Teacup Yorkshire Terrier!
Meet Coco, Yorkie Dog ADOPTED Willingboro New Jersey Near Philadelphia Coco the Yorkie puppy has found a home. Thank you for your interest. If you would like to be notified when another Yorkshire Terrier dog or puppy is available near you, please complete our online...
Mimi has been adopted. Mimi is a healthy 4 year old Bichon Frise mix dog for private adoption in Calgary Alberta. A mix of Bichon Frise, Yorkshire Terrier and Shih Tzu – Mimi weighs 19 pounds and has a creamy colored coat similar to that of the Shih Tzu. She has...
LENNY HAS BEEN ADOPTED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST.
An adorable male Teacup Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie) for adoption in Los Angeles, Lenny is fixed, up to date on shots and ready to love. Adopt this delightful senior Yorkie today.
Meet Max, Yorkshire Terrier Maltese Mix Dog For Adoption in Port Orchard WA Have you been looking for a Yorkie for adoption in Seattle? A pre-loved Maltese dog to adopt in Washington? They don’t come any cuter than Max! This impossibly adorable little pooch is...
Didn't Find the Dog of Your Dreams?
While we may not have a Yorkie to adopt near you right at the moment, we are constantly being asked to rehome these amazing tiny dogs.
Just fill out our waiting list form, and we will be happy to reach out to you when we have an available Yorkie for adoption near you.
Is the Yorkshire Terrier the Right Dog For You?
Wondering if the Yorkshire Terrier dog breed is the right choice for you? Read on!
Yorkshire Terrier Facts
The Yorkshire Terrier is a toy size terrier dog breed that originated in Yorkshire, UK. The breed belongs to the terrier dog breed family.
Hypoallergenic Dog Breed: Yes
Life span: 13 – 16 years
Weight: 4 to 7 lbs
Height: 8 to 9 inches
Temperament: Intelligent, Bold, Independent, Confident, Courageous
This is a very commonly asked question and yet, it is still not asked enough. Before purchasing a Yorkie puppy, one should first take their lifestyle into careful consideration. The Yorkshire Terrier is a very frail little dog and does not do well in a household with children (both from risk of injury as well as the noise tending to make them very nervous and excitable).
One must also be very careful of the Yorkie with other pets, such as larger dogs that can injure him, accidentally, during play. Yorkies and cats are not always a good idea. Your Yorkie will make your cat’s life a living hell with constant barking and chasing.
Yorkies are often difficult to socialize, as well. They tend to be very nervous and high strung, which commonly makes them yappers or prone to nip.
Left alone for long periods of time, this breed can also be highly destructive and frequently suffers from Canine Separation Anxiety.
Of course, for many, the good outweighs the bad and the Yorkshire Terrier is worth it. Known to be very affectionate towards their owners as well as being considered to be an ideal pet for those who are allergic to pet dander, it all depends on your lifestyle and the dog you choose in the end. Take your time and pick wisely, and you’re sure to find a wonderful pet with lots of love to share.
Adopt a Yorkshire Terrier Dog or Yorkie Puppy on Pet Adoptions Network!
Thinking of adopting a Yorkshire Terrier dog or puppy? Pet Net helps unite Yorkie owners who can no longer care for their companions with dog lovers looking to add a wonderful pre-loved Yorkshire Terrier to their lives. Find Yorkshire Terriers for adoption near you throughout the USA and Canada on Pet Net. Yorkie rehoming and adoption.