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Apollo (ID 2085)

What a beautiful little guy! He has a great personality and a lot of love to give. This beautiful little boy is looking forward to going to his new forever home. He will come to you with vaccines up to date and he will also be micro chipped for his safty.

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Puppy ID#: 2085 Breed: Morkie
Name: Apollo Gender: Male
Color: Black Date of Birth: April 23, 2012 (374 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 07/01/2012 Registry: can be registered if so desired
Dad's Weight: 5.5 lbs Mom's Weight: 6 lbs lbs

This adorable breed is a cross between a Maltese and a Yorkshire Terrier and has quickly become a preferred breed with dog enthusiasts and it's no wonder why. Morkies are small and unbelievably cute as puppies or adults with tiny, adorable faces. The average adult Morkie weighs in at a light 4-7 pounds and stand 6-8 inches at the shoulder, making them perfect for travelling in a satchel or purse.

Morkies are low shedding and considered hypoallergenic puppies are easy to train using positive methods, yummy rewards and excited praise. Because of their small size this delightful breed does well in both apartments and suburban areas and make excellent travelling companions. Morkies are well known for their miniature stature and for this reason is not very suitable for homes with small children or large dogs.

How to care for your Morkie puppy: Your Morkie should be brushed daily to prevent their delicate fur from matting and should be professionally groomed every 4-6 weeks. Because Morkies are so small and have short digestive tracts they should be fed often but carefully to avoid pudginess. A reputable breeder who has Morkies for sale should recommend a high quality dog food that will be best suited for your new fur baby. A brisk daily walk will provide your Morkie with more than enough exercise to stay healthy and fit.

What to look for when choosing a Morkie puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that is bright, playful and alert. Look for a healthy coat and teeth and dark, clear eyes. Morkie puppies have the absolute sweetest faces and love to cuddle so make sure you set aside time every day to spoil your new pet.

Mariah (ID 2086)

What a beautiful little girl! She has a big personality,and lots of spunk. This beautiful little girl is looking forward to going to his new forever home. She will come to you with vaccines up to date and vet checked, she will also be micro chipped for her safty.

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Puppy ID#: 2086 Breed: Morkie
Name: Mariah Gender: Female
Color: Black Date of Birth: July 2, 2012 (364 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 08/27/2012 Registry: can be registered
Dad's Weight: 6 lbs Mom's Weight: 5 lbs lbs

This adorable breed is a cross between a Maltese and a Yorkshire Terrier and has quickly become a preferred breed with dog enthusiasts and it's no wonder why. Morkies are small and unbelievably cute as puppies or adults with tiny, adorable faces. The average adult Morkie weighs in at a light 4-7 pounds and stand 6-8 inches at the shoulder, making them perfect for travelling in a satchel or purse.

Morkies are low shedding and considered hypoallergenic puppies are easy to train using positive methods, yummy rewards and excited praise. Because of their small size this delightful breed does well in both apartments and suburban areas and make excellent travelling companions. Morkies are well known for their miniature stature and for this reason is not very suitable for homes with small children or large dogs.

How to care for your Morkie puppy: Your Morkie should be brushed daily to prevent their delicate fur from matting and should be professionally groomed every 4-6 weeks. Because Morkies are so small and have short digestive tracts they should be fed often but carefully to avoid pudginess. A reputable breeder who has Morkies for sale should recommend a high quality dog food that will be best suited for your new fur baby. A brisk daily walk will provide your Morkie with more than enough exercise to stay healthy and fit.

What to look for when choosing a Morkie puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that is bright, playful and alert. Look for a healthy coat and teeth and dark, clear eyes. Morkie puppies have the absolute sweetest faces and love to cuddle so make sure you set aside time every day to spoil your new pet.

Little Diva (ID 2087)

Meet little diva she is an adorable t-cup parti yorkie! So so tiny precious little girl with a dainty teddy bear face! She loves to be held and gives kisses galore! Such a cuddle bugs just the perfect little princess to put in your purse and take everywhere with you! She has a wonderful personalities and is in impeccable health! She is pre-spoiled and ready for her forever home! She is going...

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Puppy ID#: 2087 Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Name: Little Diva Gender: Female
Color: Black, White & Gold Date of Birth: May 5, 2012 (372 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 08/22/2012 Registry: AKC
Dad's Weight: 3lbs Mom's Weight: 4lbs lbs

Regal, sophisticated and noble, the affectionately nicknamed 'Yorkie' is considered royalty among the terrier breeds. Originally bred in the 19th century in the county of Yorkshire, England, this feisty puppy has become overwhelmingly popular with dog owners who desire a loyal, intelligent companion. In fact, Yorkshire Terriers are the second most popular breed in the world and are the preferred pet for high society living but are easily adaptable to a suburban lifestyle.

Yorkies make excellent lap dogs and the miniature version of this breed fits well into a satchel or small carrier, making them perfect for seeing the town with their masters. Yorkshire Terries have a fine, silky coat that sheds little and is a splendid pet for allergy sufferers. Yorkie puppies do well with children but due to their small stature should be supervised with kids under the age of ten. This breed does well with training and socialization and they love attention and affection, stealing the spotlight wherever they go and winning hearts with their wonderful personalities and adorable faces.

How to care for your Yorkshire Terrier puppy: Yorkshire Terrier puppies can be delicate so handle your puppy with care. The notoriously beautiful coat of your Yorkshire Terrier should be brushed daily to prevent mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every four weeks. Yorkies love to pampered so regular trips to the doggie spa will keep your fur baby happy. This breed needs only light exercise and your puppy should be fed a high quality dog food at regular intervals. Brush you puppy's teeth once a week to prevent dental issues and an occasional treat can be fed as a reward for good behavior.

What to look for when choosing a Yorkshire Terrier puppy for sale: A reputable breeder who offers Yorkie puppies for sale should have a puppy with bright, clear eyes and a shiny, healthy coat that is clean and in good condition. The body should be small but sturdy and your puppy should be affectionate, alert and friendly. You really can't go wrong when you decide to make a Yorkshire Terrier puppy a part of your family. This delightful breed is versatile and bonds easily as long as you spoil them to their hearts' content.

Ace (ID 2089)

Take this stunning little boy home with you and make him your. He will give you many years of love and enjoyment. He has a very loving personality and is ready for his new home. He comes micro chipped and is current on vaccines.

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Puppy ID#: 2089 Breed: Morkie
Name: ACE Gender: Male
Color: Black Date of Birth: July 2, 2012 (364 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 08/27/2012 Registry: can be
Dad's Weight: 6 lbs Mom's Weight: 5.5 lbs lbs

This adorable breed is a cross between a Maltese and a Yorkshire Terrier and has quickly become a preferred breed with dog enthusiasts and it's no wonder why. Morkies are small and unbelievably cute as puppies or adults with tiny, adorable faces. The average adult Morkie weighs in at a light 4-7 pounds and stand 6-8 inches at the shoulder, making them perfect for travelling in a satchel or purse.

Morkies are low shedding and considered hypoallergenic puppies are easy to train using positive methods, yummy rewards and excited praise. Because of their small size this delightful breed does well in both apartments and suburban areas and make excellent travelling companions. Morkies are well known for their miniature stature and for this reason is not very suitable for homes with small children or large dogs.

How to care for your Morkie puppy: Your Morkie should be brushed daily to prevent their delicate fur from matting and should be professionally groomed every 4-6 weeks. Because Morkies are so small and have short digestive tracts they should be fed often but carefully to avoid pudginess. A reputable breeder who has Morkies for sale should recommend a high quality dog food that will be best suited for your new fur baby. A brisk daily walk will provide your Morkie with more than enough exercise to stay healthy and fit.

What to look for when choosing a Morkie puppy for sale: Choose a puppy that is bright, playful and alert. Look for a healthy coat and teeth and dark, clear eyes. Morkie puppies have the absolute sweetest faces and love to cuddle so make sure you set aside time every day to spoil your new pet.

Cherub (ID 2098)

Meet cherub she is an adorable t-cup parti yorkie! So so tiny precious little girl with a dainty teddy bear face! She loves to be held and gives kisses galore! What cuddle bugs! Just the perfect little angel to put in your purse and take everywhere with you! She has a wonderful personalities and is in impeccable health! She is pre-spoiled and ready for her forever home! She is going to very...

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Puppy ID#: 2098 Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Name: Cherub Gender: Female
Color: Black, White & Gold Date of Birth: September 12, 2012 (354 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 09/12/2012 Registry: AKC
Dad's Weight: 3lbs. Mom's Weight: 4lbs. lbs

Regal, sophisticated and noble, the affectionately nicknamed 'Yorkie' is considered royalty among the terrier breeds. Originally bred in the 19th century in the county of Yorkshire, England, this feisty puppy has become overwhelmingly popular with dog owners who desire a loyal, intelligent companion. In fact, Yorkshire Terriers are the second most popular breed in the world and are the preferred pet for high society living but are easily adaptable to a suburban lifestyle.

Yorkies make excellent lap dogs and the miniature version of this breed fits well into a satchel or small carrier, making them perfect for seeing the town with their masters. Yorkshire Terries have a fine, silky coat that sheds little and is a splendid pet for allergy sufferers. Yorkie puppies do well with children but due to their small stature should be supervised with kids under the age of ten. This breed does well with training and socialization and they love attention and affection, stealing the spotlight wherever they go and winning hearts with their wonderful personalities and adorable faces.

How to care for your Yorkshire Terrier puppy: Yorkshire Terrier puppies can be delicate so handle your puppy with care. The notoriously beautiful coat of your Yorkshire Terrier should be brushed daily to prevent mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every four weeks. Yorkies love to pampered so regular trips to the doggie spa will keep your fur baby happy. This breed needs only light exercise and your puppy should be fed a high quality dog food at regular intervals. Brush you puppy's teeth once a week to prevent dental issues and an occasional treat can be fed as a reward for good behavior.

What to look for when choosing a Yorkshire Terrier puppy for sale: A reputable breeder who offers Yorkie puppies for sale should have a puppy with bright, clear eyes and a shiny, healthy coat that is clean and in good condition. The body should be small but sturdy and your puppy should be affectionate, alert and friendly. You really can't go wrong when you decide to make a Yorkshire Terrier puppy a part of your family. This delightful breed is versatile and bonds easily as long as you spoil them to their hearts' content.

Heart N Soul (ID 2113)

Heart and soul is a biewer yorkshire terrier and has her full tail. She is very loving and loyal, will play with you and her toys and then curl up in your lap for a quite nap. She has a thick, lush coat and beautiful markings.

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Puppy ID#: 2113 Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Name: Heart n Soul Gender: Female
Color: Black, tan and White Date of Birth: September 3, 2012 (355 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 11/04/2012 Registry: UABR
Dad's Weight: 6.5 POUNDS Mom's Weight: 7 POUNDS lbs

Regal, sophisticated and noble, the affectionately nicknamed 'Yorkie' is considered royalty among the terrier breeds. Originally bred in the 19th century in the county of Yorkshire, England, this feisty puppy has become overwhelmingly popular with dog owners who desire a loyal, intelligent companion. In fact, Yorkshire Terriers are the second most popular breed in the world and are the preferred pet for high society living but are easily adaptable to a suburban lifestyle.

Yorkies make excellent lap dogs and the miniature version of this breed fits well into a satchel or small carrier, making them perfect for seeing the town with their masters. Yorkshire Terries have a fine, silky coat that sheds little and is a splendid pet for allergy sufferers. Yorkie puppies do well with children but due to their small stature should be supervised with kids under the age of ten. This breed does well with training and socialization and they love attention and affection, stealing the spotlight wherever they go and winning hearts with their wonderful personalities and adorable faces.

How to care for your Yorkshire Terrier puppy: Yorkshire Terrier puppies can be delicate so handle your puppy with care. The notoriously beautiful coat of your Yorkshire Terrier should be brushed daily to prevent mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every four weeks. Yorkies love to pampered so regular trips to the doggie spa will keep your fur baby happy. This breed needs only light exercise and your puppy should be fed a high quality dog food at regular intervals. Brush you puppy's teeth once a week to prevent dental issues and an occasional treat can be fed as a reward for good behavior.

What to look for when choosing a Yorkshire Terrier puppy for sale: A reputable breeder who offers Yorkie puppies for sale should have a puppy with bright, clear eyes and a shiny, healthy coat that is clean and in good condition. The body should be small but sturdy and your puppy should be affectionate, alert and friendly. You really can't go wrong when you decide to make a Yorkshire Terrier puppy a part of your family. This delightful breed is versatile and bonds easily as long as you spoil them to their hearts' content.

Mr. Potter (ID 2114)

He is a loving little guy. He is not over active and loves to lay by you. He gets along with other animals, including cats and has been raised with my four children. Mr. Potter is the perfect size for a family with small children, and he loves being with the kids. He comes microchipped, current on all vaccinations and will have a complete nose to tail vet check. Don't miss out on you next best...

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Puppy ID#: 2114 Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Name: Mr. Potter Gender: Male
Color: Black, tan and white Date of Birth: September 3, 2012 (355 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 11/04/2012 Registry: UABR
Dad's Weight: 6.5 Mom's Weight: 7 lbs
Mr. Potter
Male Yorkshire Terrier (Puppy ID 2114)
$1500
Health Certificate $60
Airline-Approved Puppy Crate $40
Climate-Controlled Pet Class Flight $250
Total $1850

Regal, sophisticated and noble, the affectionately nicknamed 'Yorkie' is considered royalty among the terrier breeds. Originally bred in the 19th century in the county of Yorkshire, England, this feisty puppy has become overwhelmingly popular with dog owners who desire a loyal, intelligent companion. In fact, Yorkshire Terriers are the second most popular breed in the world and are the preferred pet for high society living but are easily adaptable to a suburban lifestyle.

Yorkies make excellent lap dogs and the miniature version of this breed fits well into a satchel or small carrier, making them perfect for seeing the town with their masters. Yorkshire Terries have a fine, silky coat that sheds little and is a splendid pet for allergy sufferers. Yorkie puppies do well with children but due to their small stature should be supervised with kids under the age of ten. This breed does well with training and socialization and they love attention and affection, stealing the spotlight wherever they go and winning hearts with their wonderful personalities and adorable faces.

How to care for your Yorkshire Terrier puppy: Yorkshire Terrier puppies can be delicate so handle your puppy with care. The notoriously beautiful coat of your Yorkshire Terrier should be brushed daily to prevent mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every four weeks. Yorkies love to pampered so regular trips to the doggie spa will keep your fur baby happy. This breed needs only light exercise and your puppy should be fed a high quality dog food at regular intervals. Brush you puppy's teeth once a week to prevent dental issues and an occasional treat can be fed as a reward for good behavior.

What to look for when choosing a Yorkshire Terrier puppy for sale: A reputable breeder who offers Yorkie puppies for sale should have a puppy with bright, clear eyes and a shiny, healthy coat that is clean and in good condition. The body should be small but sturdy and your puppy should be affectionate, alert and friendly. You really can't go wrong when you decide to make a Yorkshire Terrier puppy a part of your family. This delightful breed is versatile and bonds easily as long as you spoil them to their hearts' content.

Mr. Davidson (ID 2115)

Meet mr. Davidson, he is a fun loving little guy. Who enjoys nice quite naps in your lap. He is a biewer yorkshire terrer and has his full tail, which he will gladly wag every time you are near. He is as cute as a button and will make a loyal and loving new family member. He comes vet checked, current on all vaccinations, microchipped and prespoiled, as he has been raised with our four...

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Puppy ID#: 2115 Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Name: Mr. Davidson Gender: Male
Color: Black, tan and white Date of Birth: September 3, 2012 (355 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 11/04/2012 Registry: UABR
Dad's Weight: 6.5 Mom's Weight: 7 lbs

Regal, sophisticated and noble, the affectionately nicknamed 'Yorkie' is considered royalty among the terrier breeds. Originally bred in the 19th century in the county of Yorkshire, England, this feisty puppy has become overwhelmingly popular with dog owners who desire a loyal, intelligent companion. In fact, Yorkshire Terriers are the second most popular breed in the world and are the preferred pet for high society living but are easily adaptable to a suburban lifestyle.

Yorkies make excellent lap dogs and the miniature version of this breed fits well into a satchel or small carrier, making them perfect for seeing the town with their masters. Yorkshire Terries have a fine, silky coat that sheds little and is a splendid pet for allergy sufferers. Yorkie puppies do well with children but due to their small stature should be supervised with kids under the age of ten. This breed does well with training and socialization and they love attention and affection, stealing the spotlight wherever they go and winning hearts with their wonderful personalities and adorable faces.

How to care for your Yorkshire Terrier puppy: Yorkshire Terrier puppies can be delicate so handle your puppy with care. The notoriously beautiful coat of your Yorkshire Terrier should be brushed daily to prevent mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every four weeks. Yorkies love to pampered so regular trips to the doggie spa will keep your fur baby happy. This breed needs only light exercise and your puppy should be fed a high quality dog food at regular intervals. Brush you puppy's teeth once a week to prevent dental issues and an occasional treat can be fed as a reward for good behavior.

What to look for when choosing a Yorkshire Terrier puppy for sale: A reputable breeder who offers Yorkie puppies for sale should have a puppy with bright, clear eyes and a shiny, healthy coat that is clean and in good condition. The body should be small but sturdy and your puppy should be affectionate, alert and friendly. You really can't go wrong when you decide to make a Yorkshire Terrier puppy a part of your family. This delightful breed is versatile and bonds easily as long as you spoil them to their hearts' content.

Cotton Top (ID 2117)

This absolutely adorable little girl is a malshi. This little one is a dream come true, she is the most loving and playful little girl with loads of personality. She will come to you micro chipped and lots of love to give.

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Puppy ID#: 2117 Breed: Designer Breeds
Name: Cotton Top Gender: Female
Color: White Date of Birth: November 12, 2012 (345 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 11/12/2012 Registry: Can Be
Dad's Weight: 8 lbs Mom's Weight: 6 lbs lbs

Designer breeds are becoming increasingly popular amongst dog lovers. Oftentimes designer breeds are the result of breeding two or more different types of dogs to produce the most desirable of traits into one adorably cute puppy. They are often small, robust and hypoallergenic, making for a favorite companion for people who suffer from allergies.

Designer breeds usually have a sweet demeanor and can adapt well to all environments. As with all other puppies, designer breeds should be well taken care of to prolong life and health. Training and socialization is essential from an early age to produce a well-mannered pet and companion and while there are many types of Designer Breeds available they all have one thing in common: They are infamous for being exceptionally cute and cuddly!

How to care for your Designer Breed puppy: Puppies should be fed a high quality diet and have light to moderate amounts of exercise. Normally Designer Breed puppies have long coats and should be brushed daily to prevent tangles and professional grooming is recommended every 4 weeks. Regular nail trims and teeth brushing are also recommended.

What to look for when choosing a Designer Breed puppy for sale: Look for a puppy that has the traits you desire most such and the amount of shedding, size and temperament. Choose a Designer breed that will be most suited for your lifestyle. Your Designer Breed puppy should be alert and playful with a good temperament. There are many good breeders that offer Designer Breed puppies for sale but when looking for one of these enchanting pets be prepared for an overload of cuteness!

Captain (ID 2118)

Capatain is a lively and lovable little boy. He is beautiful and small, looks like weight will only be about 3.5 pounds grown his weight on 11-13-12 is 2 lbs 7 oz. His head is silvering out and looks like body is changing also. Don't miss this amazing little boy.

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Puppy ID#: 2118 Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Name: Captain Gender: Male
Color: Black and Tan Date of Birth: July 21, 2012 (361 week(s) old)
Date Available: After 11/13/2012 Registry: AKC
Dad's Weight: 4 lbs Mom's Weight: 4 lbs lbs

Regal, sophisticated and noble, the affectionately nicknamed 'Yorkie' is considered royalty among the terrier breeds. Originally bred in the 19th century in the county of Yorkshire, England, this feisty puppy has become overwhelmingly popular with dog owners who desire a loyal, intelligent companion. In fact, Yorkshire Terriers are the second most popular breed in the world and are the preferred pet for high society living but are easily adaptable to a suburban lifestyle.

Yorkies make excellent lap dogs and the miniature version of this breed fits well into a satchel or small carrier, making them perfect for seeing the town with their masters. Yorkshire Terries have a fine, silky coat that sheds little and is a splendid pet for allergy sufferers. Yorkie puppies do well with children but due to their small stature should be supervised with kids under the age of ten. This breed does well with training and socialization and they love attention and affection, stealing the spotlight wherever they go and winning hearts with their wonderful personalities and adorable faces.

How to care for your Yorkshire Terrier puppy: Yorkshire Terrier puppies can be delicate so handle your puppy with care. The notoriously beautiful coat of your Yorkshire Terrier should be brushed daily to prevent mats and tangles and professional grooming is recommended every four weeks. Yorkies love to pampered so regular trips to the doggie spa will keep your fur baby happy. This breed needs only light exercise and your puppy should be fed a high quality dog food at regular intervals. Brush you puppy's teeth once a week to prevent dental issues and an occasional treat can be fed as a reward for good behavior.

What to look for when choosing a Yorkshire Terrier puppy for sale: A reputable breeder who offers Yorkie puppies for sale should have a puppy with bright, clear eyes and a shiny, healthy coat that is clean and in good condition. The body should be small but sturdy and your puppy should be affectionate, alert and friendly. You really can't go wrong when you decide to make a Yorkshire Terrier puppy a part of your family. This delightful breed is versatile and bonds easily as long as you spoil them to their hearts' content.