YorkiePoo vs Yorkshire Terrier - Breed Comparison

YorkiePoo vs Yorkshire TerrierYorkiePoo is originated from United States but Yorkshire Terrier is originated from United Kingdom. Both YorkiePoo and Yorkshire Terrier are having almost same height. Both YorkiePoo and Yorkshire Terrier are having almost same weight. Both YorkiePoo and Yorkshire Terrier has same life span. YorkiePoo may have more litter size than Yorkshire Terrier. YorkiePoo requires Moderate maintenance. But Yorkshire Terrier requires High maintenance

Basic Information

Group:
Toy dog
Toy dog
Origin:
United States
United Kingdom
Height Male:
17 - 25 cm
6 - 10 inches
20 - 23 cm
7 - 10 inches
Height Female:
15 - 23 cm
5 - 10 inches
20 - 23 cm
7 - 10 inches
Weight Male:
2 - 5 kg
4 - 12 pounds
2 - 3 kg
4 - 7 pounds
Weight Female:
2 - 5 kg
4 - 12 pounds
2 - 3 kg
4 - 7 pounds
Life Span:
10 - 15 Years
12 - 15 Years
Litter Size:
2 - 7
2 - 4
Size:
Toy dog
Toy dog
Other Names:
Yorkiepoopoo, yorkapoo, yorkerpoo, yoodle, yorkiedoodle, Porki
Yorkie
Colors Available:
gold, blue, white, and parti-color
Blue & Tan, Black & Tan, Blue & Gold, Black & Gold
Coat:
smooth coat of silky and wavy hair,
Silky
Shedding:
Minimal
Minimal
Temperament:
Affectionate, Alert, Energetic, Gentle, Independent, Intelligent, Loving, Stubborn
Alert, Courageous, Energetic, Independent, Intelligent, Loyal, Playful
Grooming:
Moderate maintenance
High maintenance
Trainability:
Easy
Moderate
Hypoallergenic:
Yes
Yes
Kids Friendly:
Yes
No
New Owners Friendly:
Yes
Yes

History

The YorkiePoo is a hybrid cross between a toy Poodle and a Yorkshire Terrier. These two breeds are extremely popular as therefore so is the crossbreed. Yorkiepoos were developed a little over ten years ago in the United States. They were developed as hypoallergenic toy dogs that are easy to take care of. They are toy sized, healthy and calm. Each pup is different from the others depending upon the characteristics they develop from their parents and across multi-generational breeding. They are small watch dogs and bark for intruders. It is believed they were developed sometime in the past twenty years or so.

yorkshire terrierThe Yorkshire terrier originated in Yorkshire which is a place in northern England. In mid 19th century workers from Scotland came to Yorkshire in search for work. They brought different varieties of small terriers with them. Earlier they are known as Broken Haired Scotch Terrier and then Toy Terrier. In 1874 they were officially named as Yorkshire Terrier. They begun their journey as hunting dogs and later developed as companion dogs. AKC registered the breed in 1878.

Description

The YorkiePoo was developed with the Yorkshire Terrier and the Toy Poodles. Some are now being bred with miniature poodles instead. This has created some variety in the size of the YorkiPoos. Serious breeders have stuck with the toys so that there will be more consistency and reliability in the cross breed.They are small watch dogs and bark for intruders

yorkshire terrier puppyYorkies are one of the glamorous member of the dog breeds. They have excellent personality as their owner will be surely proud of them when taking them in public. They like to go outside and make adventures. They are good companion dogs and watch dogs too. They are very affectionate with their owners. Yorkies always bark when any stranger comes and they should be taught about neighbours and when to bark. They will get angry on seeing new dogs and surely chases squirrels.

They like to spend more time with their people. Leaving them alone for long time is not good. Yorkies should be treated gently and with love. They love to spend time with older children. They love apartment life if they are made to play and walk daily. Yorkies are the second most popular dog in America.

Health Problems

Like most designer or hybrid breeds, the general health of the YorkiePoo is pretty good. They are prone to some illness however that their parents might have. This might include: • Hip dysplasia – can lead to lameness. • Elbow dysplasia – can lead to lameness. • Von Willonbrand’s Disease • Epilepsy • Patellar Luxation – slipped kneecaps can lead to lameness. • Hypothyroidism – causes lethargy, skin issues. • Thrombopathia • Atopic dermatitis – should be treated right away. • PSS Portosystemic Shunt – stunted growth, seizures, abnormal behavior.

yorkshire terrier dogYorkies have possibilities of having hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, hypothyroidism and von willebrand's disease.

Hair fall

Usually yorkies don't shed more. They have long, silky and straight hair. They should be made to bath weekly once.

Caring The Pet

1Feeding the puppy toy high quality puppy kibble feed 3-4x day 2.Feeding the adult toy high quality adult kibble feed 2x day 3.Points for Good Health - 4. Games and Exercises agility, obedience are great for this hybrid. They need social interaction and stimulation.

Feeding the puppy

yorkshire terrier puppiesWhen you change the puppy food from liquid to solid initially you must give what the dam is having. This is to avoid digestive problems when new food is introduced. The level of liquid food should be reduced in a step by step manner and thus increasing solid food gradually.

Feeding the adult

You have two choices and one is manufactured dog food and another is home cooked food. Commercial brands are not suggested as they contain artificial coloring and chemical preservatives.

Points for Good Health

Vaccinations should be made at the right time. The food given should be the best.

Games and Exercises

They should be taught tricks by giving rewards. Exercising them has benefits such as maintaining muscles, release pent-up energy, good for heart, good metabolism, good sleep and be active.

Characteristics

Children friendliness yes be careful young children don’t hurt him 2.Special talents intelligence and bold nature 3.Adaptability can live anywhere 4.Learning ability very high unless negatively reinforced then stubborn

Children friendliness

yorkshire terrier dogsYorkies are not so much friendly with children. It is not advised to leave them with children without adult supervision.

Special talents

They were previously used to catch rats and hunt badger and fox. They are excellent watchdogs and defend their territory very well.

Adaptability

They adapts well for apartment living. But they will not be happy if leaved alone for a long time. Yorkies cannot tolerate too hot or cold weather.

Learning ability

They are moderately easy to train. Yorkies should be trained early when they are amenable to process. Sessions should be conducted with lots of treats and must be short as they will easily get bored.

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