Toto Toto Tootsie
DeeDee and Morgan
2 girls and 2 boys
waiting list for these babies.
Next year spring 2021
Born October 25th, 2020
1 girl and 1 boy
YORKIePOO'S are $1400 to $1600 each plus Sales tax.
Morkies are $1400 - 1600, plus sales tax
Chorkies are $1200-$1400 plus sales tax
Chorkipoos are $1300-1500 plus sales tax
T-cup size $1800 plus sale Tax
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To err is human; to forgive, canine.
- Chomps McGee
Love is a four-legged word.
- Paws Woofland
Life is ruff. Get a Puppy.
- Yours truly, our Jacks and Chipoos
POODLE YORKSHIRE TERRIERS
Sire: Morgan Maddie & Pippa
Chi: Jamilla Tigger: Blonde Yorkie
Size: Our Yorki Poos range in size from 3 to 7 lbs, most average around 5 lbs. The Yorki Poo’s body and head shape can vary from Yorki to Poodle appearance depending on genetic influence.
Coat: The Yorki Poo coat can be any combination of Poodle or Yorki influence. Ours have long hair which is wavy or curly. Yorkie Poos can be a wide variety of colors including white, black, brown, gray, or cream. Because of the Poodle within the breed, the Yorki Poo is usually a light shedder, making it a good match for allergy sufferers.
Character: The Yorkie Poo is intelligent, lively, and highly affectionate. They are very devoted their owner, some tend to bond most closely with one person. Yorkie Poos tend to follow their owner from room to room, eager to play or cuddle up. They love to amuse their owners with clever antics. Some Yorkie Poos tend to bark frequently.
Temperament: Yorkie Poos are good natured and highly friendly due to the Miniature Poodle influence within the breed. They are affectionate with strangers, dogs, and other pets. Young children should be supervised around the Yorkie Poo to ensure they treat the dog with respect.
Care: Yorkie Poo grooming may be required on a daily or weekly basis, depending upon the type of coat. Bathe only as necessary. Cleaning of the area around the eyes may be necessary to remove tear stains; careful brushing with a small fine comb is effective. The Yorkie Poo has a lifespan of 10-15 years. Mixed breeds generally have fewer health issue than purebreds (known as ‘hybrid vigor’), but Yorkie Poos can suffer from health problems affecting either of their parent breeds, including snoring and wheezing, dental problems (dental chews or tooth brushing several times a week is recommended), cataracts, glaucoma, ear infections, and obesity. Proper nutrition and exercise are critical—consult your veterinarian regarding special foods for small breeds to avoid digestive problems. A sweater is recommended for long exposure to cool weather.
Training: The Yorkie Poo is intelligent and eager to please, making it easily trained. A gentle approach is recommended.
Activity: The Yorkie Poo is very active indoors and can have a lot of its exercise needs met by indoor activity. They need room to run around, either indoor or outdoor. Yorkie Poos are a great match for apartment life.
Tootsie Pebbles Pebbles
No longer Available
Winston Morgan. Jamilla
No Longer Available
all puppies below adopted
Sires and Dams
No Longer Available
none due at this time.
Any questions or more info call 214-336-4824 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Deposits are required to hold a puppy and are non-refundable.
NOTE: All puppies will be up to date on shots and wormed, health record provided. Puppies are available to pick up at 8 weeks or older. We also send home a blanket and toy that has been rubbed down in the Dam's scent to help reduce stress and comfort while adjusting to their new homes.
We are willing to fly your puppy via cabin coach and face to face deliver (call for price quote) and/or meet you at DFW airport to pick your puppy up and fly back with them in cabin.
When you receive your puppy, we recommend a Vet visit within 3 to 5 days. We keep all our dogs current on Heartworm and recommend that you have your Vet start your puppy on this preventative medicine by 14-16 weeks old. Your Vet will know what age is best for your puppy. We feed our puppies Diamond Natural small Puppy breed, this can be gotten at any Tractor Supply or Chewy.com.
If you are not going to show or breed your puppy, it is recommended to have them spayed or neutered. Please read our puppy agreement page before you make your final decision, all deposits to hold are nonrefundable and Sales Tax is collected on all puppies sold from our home and or shipped within Texas.
Check back Spring 2021
Chorkie is a hybrid between the Chihuahua and the Yorkshire Terrier.
Size: Teacup Chorkie will grow up to 6lbs. Standard Chorkie will range between 6-12 pounds
Coat: The Chorkie has two coat types, long hair and short hair. Long haired varieties have about half the length of hair of a Yorkshire Terrier. The coat is easy to maintain, doesn’t shed much and is not likely to matt. Short hair varieties are short like that of a Chihuahua but may have longer hair around the muzzle, chest and legs. A wide variety of coat colors are accepted due to the extensive coat colors of the Chihuahua. Coat colors can include but are not limited to; black, brown, chocolate, silver, blue, blond and chestnut. Coat patterns can include Brindle, Sable and Merle.
Character: The Chorkie is intelligent, very playful and proud. This loving cross is the perfect lap dog. Great for families and children, the Chorkie will be very attached to their family but most will maintain some independence. The Chorkie is reserved around strangers and protective of family. Chorkies are great with all other types of animals with the exception of mice or rats as the Yorkshire Terrier was bred to hunt vermin. The Chorkie is very loyal and make great companions for the elderly and handicap due to there small size and minimum grooming requirements. The Chorkie prefers to go everywhere with you love to travel and is always by your side.
Temperament: Due to the small size and bold temperament the Chorkie may be a bit too brave when it comes to dealing with large dogs and will need supervision. Although, the Chorkie can usually live with other animals without a problem. Smaller pets and cats are ideal companions. The Chorkie prefers life indoors and is unsuited to cold or extreme heat. Tea cup Chorkies are delicate and should be supervised around young children.
Care: The Chorkie require minimum grooming whether long or short coat. Special attention should be taken in the care of the nails and maintenance of the teeth. Like other hybrids, the Chorkie will tend to have fewer health problems than most purebreds ( known as’ hybrid Vigor’). Potential health problems include patellar luxations (dislocated knee) and sensitivity to anesthesia.
Training: The Chorkie is eager to learn and will do many tricks for treats. Although stubborn at times they love to please and be praised. Potty training a Chorkie requires patience and consistency. Paper training is often preferred. The use of a doggy door is also effective.
Activity: The Chorkie can usually get all the exercise it needs by running around indoors. The Chorkie love to go on walks and on family outings. The Chorkie does not prefer to be left alone.
Texas Puppy Pal Puppies
Go to our contact page to request more information about our puppies or photos sent of the one you're interested in. We will contact you ASAP to answer any questions you may have. Our puppies are ready for their new homes by 9 weeks old with the exception of the Chipoo's, and smaller breeds. Depending on their size, it could be 10 to 14 weeks before they are eligible to leave for safety precautions. Puppies come home with a blanket and toy that is rubbed down in their Mom's scent to help with adjusting to their new homes. We will also send a sample of the food we feed our puppies. We use Diamond Naturals small Puppy Breed for puppies mixed with Nature's Recipe Lamb, Rice and Barley wet food. WE ask that you bring a tube of Tomlyn's Nutri-cal with you for all puppies under 5 lbs of weight at pick up. We mix about ¼ cup to 1 teaspoon of wet food mixed. We find this a good way to make sure your puppy is eating and we leave the dry food out for them to nibble on during the day. We are always available anytime for questions or concerns you may have after you have the puppy, even when they have grown up, you have a question, ask it. We are a Texas Licensed Breeder, TDLR#262. Sales tax is collected on all puppy sales.