🌟 Exciting Announcement! Reserve Your Yorkipoo Puppy Today for our first litter of Yorkipoos!

$2500 (reservation $500, remaining $2000 due at pickup) Go home is around Christmas!

These upcoming bundles of joy will inherit the best qualities from their Yorkshire Terrier and Poodle parents. Get ready for a combination of intelligence, playfulness, and unwavering loyalty that will steal your heart!

The parents have been carefully selected for their excellent temperament, health, and their ability to bring endless joy to families. With their hypoallergenic coats and charming personalities, they are sure to be the perfect addition to any home. Our puppies will be raised in a loving and nurturing environment, receiving plenty of affection and socialization from day one. We strive to provide the best possible start for our little ones, ensuring they are well-prepared for their new forever homes.

Reserve your spot on our waiting list now and be among the first to bring home one of these precious Yorkipoo puppies. You’ll have the opportunity to choose your new furry family member based on your preferences. Your reservation is not refundable but it is transferable to any litter for the next two years.

Your puppy will come to you with their first set of vaccinations, a health guarantee, and a starter pack filled with goodies to make their transition into your home as smooth as possible.

Please note that availability is limited, so act quickly to secure your spot.

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*Breeder pick

*2nd pick available Reserve $500

*3rd pick available Reserve $500

4th pick—only taking names until pups are born for the 4th pick on.

Puppy Request Form*

Please complete a puppy application and submit your deposit to be placed on our waiting list.


Breeding rights contract

Reach out for current contract. This is such a important contract that it’s often updated. Rights are only given to approved programs.

Guardian contract

Training Manual-Helpful Tips

Below you will find helpful detail for your new puppies first week home!

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Train the Basics

Here are some helpful tips for all buyers and dog owners. Please feel free to review anytime. See PDF file below.

Puppy Preschool $1,500

  • 2 week program
  • Intro crate training
  • Intro potty training
  • Intro to basic commands
  • Intro to leash and leash etiquette
  • Continued extreme socialization

Puppy Kindergarden: $2,500

  • 4 week program
  • Additional crate training
  • Additional potty training
  • Master basic commands
  • Continued leash and leash etiquette
  • Continued socialization

Here’s a basic 10-point puppy training plan to get you started:

  1. Socialization: Introduce your puppy to various people, animals, and environments to help them become comfortable and confident in different situations.
  2. Basic Commands: Begin teaching essential commands such as “sit,” “stay,” “come,” and “leave it.” Use positive reinforcement (treats, praise) to reward good behavior.
  3. House Training: Establish a consistent routine for potty training. Take your puppy outside frequently, especially after meals or naps, and reward them for going in the appropriate spot.
  4. Crate Training: Introduce your puppy to a crate as a safe and comfortable space. Gradually increase the duration they spend inside and use positive reinforcement to create a positive association.
  5. Leash Training: Teach your puppy to walk on a leash without pulling. Start with short walks in a low-distraction environment and reward them for walking calmly beside you.
  6. Bite Inhibition: Puppies explore the world with their mouths, but it’s important to teach them bite inhibition. Redirect biting onto appropriate toys and discourage hard biting.
  7. Social Skills: Arrange playdates or enroll your pup in puppy training classes to help them learn appropriate play behavior, bite inhibition, and how to interact with other dogs.
  8. Handling and Grooming: Gradually introduce your puppy to being touched, groomed, and examined. This helps them become comfortable with veterinary visits and grooming sessions.
  9. Distraction Training: Teach your puppy to focus on you even in distracting environments. Start in a quiet place and gradually increase the distractions, rewarding their attention.
  10. Obedience Training: Continue expanding their command repertoire with more advanced cues like “down,” “heel,” and “stay.” Practice these commands in various environments and reward their successes.

Remember to keep training sessions short, positive, and consistent. Use rewards, praise, and patience to encourage your puppy’s progress. Additionally, consult a professional dog trainer for personalized guidance and support throughout the training process.