The Yorkiepoo, which is also known by the other similar names such as The Yo-Yopoo or Yorkiedoodle is a mix of Yorkshire Terrier and Poodle. In trying to determine the disposition of a mixed bred dog, the best thing to do would be to research on all the breeds in the mix. Not every hybrid dog being bred these days is a perfect mix of fifty percent purebred with fifty percent purebred. It is actually quite common for dog breeders to mix with multiple generational crosses.
Since the main combination of a Yorkiepoo is Yorkshire Terrier and Poodle, knowing a little about both can be helpful in understanding them a bit better. The Yorkshire Terrier is a very small and light-weight dog weighing in at about four to ten pounds. Due to the smallness of this creature it can be helpful to have a small bell or something similar to keep track of this little animal especially if you own a large home. Despite their small stature they seem to think they are actually quite large dogs with immense bravery.
The Poodle comes in a variety of sizes and weights (miniature, toy and standard). They are considered to be hypoallergenic dogs as are the Yorkies, although not completely free of allergens. Poodles are also quite active and get bored easily thus can become mischievous. Patience and setting of boundaries will help with this if it gets a little out of hand (same as with Yorkies). Poodles are definitely out to please and are quite people-oriented. They also tend to be very good with children.
So where are these cute little creatures hiding and where do people find them for sale? A simple Google search “where do I find Yorkiepoo puppies for sale?” is a good place to start. From there you will want to narrow your search down by your city and state and of course the closer the town is to where you reside, the more convenience for you and the more gas you save. However if you like taking long drives then you are leaving yourself open to more furry options than if you just limited your search to your town. Most websites online will show you pictures of individual Yorkiepoos for sale, when they were born, what gender they are and how much they are being sold for. I did a search recently and even found some that were on sale!
Choosing which Yorkiepoo puppy that is right for you or your family is indeed an individual choice based on many things. One would be that of how much time you will be home to give your new little Yorkiepoo the time, attention and physical activity that this animal craves. Another would be if you have children, have they proven themselves responsible enough yet at their age to help take care of the new critter? Lastly, I know I read not to pick a pet by its looks but if one really catches your eye and you have done your homework on him or her…go for it!