Our Available Pups...
A note about
our adoption donations...
donations are based on but not limited to: health, age, and sex of
the pup. Adoption donations range from $50.-$800. You may ask "Why
would you charge an adoption fee? Why not just place in a good home?"
answer is: because we rely heavily on these adoption fees in order to
be able to take in ALL Yorkies in need. A young, healthy dog may cost
us $200-400 in vet care, and have many homes interested
in adopting him/her. An older or sick yorkie, or one with
health issues can easily cost $500-1500+ in veterinary expenses.
He/she may require months of foster care for rehabilitation or
expensive surgery; yet we can only ask a minimal adoption fee. Often
times these are also the same dogs that don't receive as many
inquires for adopting. Please keep in mind that the adoption donations of
younger, healthy dogs help defray the higher costs of the
veterinary care of older, injured or sick dogs. We hope
that people looking to adopt through Yorkies Inc. are willing
to give an opportunity for a better life to ALL of our dogs by supporting
them through adoption fees. We are a non-profit organization. Without these adoption
donations we would not have the funding to take in all yorkies in need.
Yorkies Inc. completely vets every dog
we take in. All dogs are groomed given a complete exam
and brought up to date on all vaccines. They are also given a
dental cleanings, spayed/neutered, heartworm tested and any
medical needs and needed surgeries are met before placement.
are only interested in loving responsible homes that are willing to
commit to the care and up keep of the pup for a lifetime. If you are
not willing to pay the adoption donation now you are likely not to pay
for quality food or to see to the pups health care needs in the future.
Remember we are looking for our pups to become family members and
cherished companions not a convenient impulse purchase. If you
are only looking into "rescue" as a way to save money or "don't want to
pay breeder prices" please check your local shelters. They are able to
adopt out much cheaper as they are often state and/or federally funded
and have vets on staff.
If interested in adopting
with Yorkies Inc please submit an adoption application. We always go to
applications already on file when dogs become available. Thank you so
much for considering adoption!
Meet Willie! Willie is a
sweet 1 year old male Yorkie who weighs around 5.5lbs. Willie
was surrendered by his family due to him needing hip surgery.
his surgery on July 29th and is now ready for his new home.
His surgery went well and the vets feel it was a success!
Willie gets along great with other
small dogs and enjoys playing and interacting with them. He
would love for his new home to have at least one other small
dog for him to play with as he is
always looking to play. He loves running in a fenced yard and
is very fast and proud of it! He can be shy when meeting new
people and when going to pick him
up, he will run away and wait for you to come over and run
again I think this is now becoming a game for him. Once
in your arms he is a total love. He gives the
best kisses, wiggles from excitement when you get home and
loves to leans his head on you and sleep. He is a total love
bug. Willie is well house trained to
use a pee pad and will go outside if taken but will need
reinforcement in his new home as would any new dog. He rides
well in the car and enjoys going for
rides. He is also getting use to traveling in a dog bag. He is
still learning to walk on a leash but is doing well. He
enjoys being outside in the yard and runs
so fast...he loves running and chasing toys. If you have any
questions please contact
If interested in being considered for Willie please
submit an application
We have reached our goal with
Willie! Thank you to all Willie's "Friends" for the generous support!
Bob & Judy DeMoura
Brenda & Walter Bissonette-Cwiek & "Mollie &
Ruth Molin & Lisa Geis
Diane & Glenn Petersen
This is little Pollyanna! She is
just a tiny little thing not even one pound when she arrived! In our 10
years this is the tiniest, youngest, puppy we have ever taken in! Her
beginning is somewhat of a mystery, as is her actual birth date. But we
have her estimated at between 5-8 weeks old when she arrived. We
received an email with a plea to help this tiny pup, when she was given
away on the street because lady who had her couldn't afford to care for
her. The person who took her in then realized there was a definite
problem with her eye and contacted us. As soon as we saw her we
made arrangements to pick her up that day, and got her immediately to
the ophthalmologist. Unfortunately our fears were confirmed, Pollyanna
has glaucoma and her eye will need to be removed. We are not sure if
it's congenital or if it's due to an injury, so we are watching the
other eye closely. It's fairly uncommon for a congenital glaucoma to be
seen in a pup this young so we are assuming and hoping it was due to
some sort of injury. Pollyanna does have that "Pollyanna" outlook and
is a happy feisty little girl despite the pain she is likely having
with the pressure in her left eye. "Polly Pocket" as she has been nick
named, is currently on three different eye meds and a pain med. Because
of her diminutive size they really want to wait as long as possible to
have her under anesthesia. The longer she can go the better but we
won't have her in pain either. Her emergency visit and care to see the
specialist for the next few months and then surgery is going to be
costly. If you would like to help by making a donation and becoming a
"Friend to Pollyanna" that would be very much appreciated! All Friends
will be listed below. Thank you!
Update 8/18/14: Polly continues to do well and is growing like a
weed! She's almost 2lbs at this point and has started with vaccines and
wormings. Unfortunately while her eye pressure has come down somewhat, her
prognosis is still the same and the eye will need to be
removed when she's old enough. She is otherwise a perfectly,
healthy, playful and loving life! Her eye drops and vet visit
expenses continue to mount and surgery for eye removal is
quoted at 1800. We are still looking for help with donations.
Update 9/30/14: Pollyanna is now 2.8lbs and is finished with
her DHPP series. We will be waiting another couple weeks to
give her rabies vaccine and we have scheduled surgery for
later in October.
Update: 10/29: Pollyannas surgery is scheduled for Nov 7th.
UPDATE 11/7/2014: Pollyanna had her surgery today and did very
well. She is a bit swollen and a little out of sorts tonight
but that is to be expected. She will need to have crate rest
for the next week....then she can return pain free to her
Rikki is a 6 year old female
Yorkie who weighs around 9 lbs but could stand to loose a couple of
pounds. Rikki is very sweet and loving. She gets along well
with other dogs. She will use a pee pad in a contained area, but will
need reinforcement with house training in her new home. If interested
Rikki please submit an adoption application. Any questions please write
Nikki & Munchkin
Meet Nikki and Munchkin!
Munchkin is a 7 year old female Yorkie who weighs almost 2.5 lbs. Nikki
is a 15 year old male Yorkie who is in very good health. He
weighs around 7.5 lbs and is very sweet and loving. Their owner
has become ill and is no longer able to care for them, causing them to
need a new forever home together. They have been together since
Munchkin was little and we will not separate them now, as they are
bonded and always looking for each other. Munchkin is very small and
therefore we are looking for a home that has small dog experience and
no small children. Both love to cuddle on the couch with you, give
sweet kisses, relax in the sun, ride well in the car and Nikki gets
very excited when he sees a leash. They have been fully vetted and are
ready for their new home. If you have any questions please write to firstname.lastname@example.org If interested in being considered for the pair please
submit an application.
Cuddy is a handsome 6 1/2
yo male pure bred Yorkie who weighs 5lbs. He has been completely vetted
including all vaccines, neuter and a dental cleaning and is
now ready for his new home. Cuddy is a total lap dog...if he sees a lap
he is in it. He loves to be carried around and would probably love
going out in a dog bag
around town. He comes running to greet you when you come home...if you
are looking for a love bug Cuddy is your guy! Cuddy will need to
continue to work
on his house training, but he is getting better especially now that he
has been neutered. If you are interested in adopting please consider
adoption application. Any questions please write to email@example.com
Meet Louie! Louie is an adorable 6 year
old male Yorkie with a great personality! He weighs 5 lbs and is in
good health. Louie was brought to the MSPCA to be PTS for too
many medical reasons; luckily the vet there did not feel it was
warranted and they contacted Yorkies Inc to see if we could take him
in. We were expecting to get in a sickly dog that needed a lot of
medial care instead we got Louie! Louie is far from a sickly dog. All
Louie needed was a neuter and updating on vaccines. He lost all of his
teeth prior to coming into rescue, most likely due to no prior dental
care, but that has not stopped him from being able to eat (which he
loves). Louie loves to be with people, always looking to be patted and
loved. He enjoys being outside and would love a fenced in yard to roam
around in and sun bathe. (Though he is much too small to be left
alone!) He gets along well with the other dogs in the house, but as of
right now he is not interacting much with them. He does need work on
house training and feel that might have been one of the reasons he was
turned in. However, since we have had him neutered he is already doing
better, but he will need further work. Louie is ready and looking for
his new forever home! If you have any questions please write to
firstname.lastname@example.org If you are interested in being considered
for Louie please submit an application.
Lola & Livy
Meet Lola & Livy two 5yo
female Yorkies that are litters
mates and recently retired by the breeder, These two 6lb darling girls
have always been together and do very well as a pair...we hate to break
them up now! We find them snuggling in a bed and romping and exploring
together often. These two girls are sweet and easy pups. They will need
a bit of reinforcement on house training if not contained to an area.
Both are healthy and fully vetted including spay, dental, micro chip,
heartworm and Lyme tested and all vaccines. Lola and Livy are ready for
their new home. If interested in adopting please submit an adoption
application. Any questions please email
3/14: Lola & Livy are pee pad
trained and will also go outside if the weather is mild. Livy loves to
play with other playful pups. Lola is more low key. Both love being
close to the fireplace Livy can watch it for hours. Both love human
attention as well. What can we say these two are perfect pups!!
Fionna is a 6 yo female pure bred Yorkie
who weighs about 6 1/2lbs. She has been completely vetted with
all vaccines , spay and a dental cleaning and is healthy. She
is a friendly happy girl who loves to play and cuddle. She is
trained to go on a pee pee pad but is also doing well pottying
outside. She would likely do well as an only or with another
dog or two her size. She would do best with someone home more
then not if expected to potty outside. If you are interested
in adopting please consider submitting an adoption application
is a beautiful two year old female Yorkie who weighs almost 4 lbs. TT
was going to be a show dog but she was too small and too shy for the
ring. TT loves to play with other small dogs her size and therefore we
are looking for a home that has two other small playful dogs for TT to
play with and bring her out of her shell. Once comfortable TT has a
more outgoing personality loving to give kisses, playing with toys and
other dogs, running around and also cuddling on the couch when she is
done. However, there will be an adjustment period before her new homes
sees this side of her and at times she is still very shy and skittish
in her foster home. TT is pretty well pee pad trained and will go
outside if taken however she will most likely need some reinforcement
in her new home. TT loves running in a fenced yard and will need some
work walking on a leash. TT loves to ride in the car and readily jumps
in a dog bag with her foster siblings to go. If you would like to
be considered for TT please submit an application. Any questions
please write to email@example.com
Elsa & Anna
Anna and Elsa are two beautiful female Yorkies who are 9
months old. They both weigh around 5 lbs and have beautiful
coats. They were going to be show dogs, but their breeder has
decided not to show them and asked us find them a wonderful
forever home. Anna is the more out going of the two, but once
Elsa is comfortable she is just as loving. Anna seeks out
attention while Elsa will once she sees Anna getting it. They
are doing pretty good with the house training using a pee pad
and going outside if taken. They will need work walking on a
leash, however they love running in a fenced in yard. They
play well with each other and other dogs. They love toys and
cuddling with you on the couch. They are bonded sisters and
we would like to keep them together, they are often found
snuggled together in a bed. If you would like to be
considered for these two please submit an application.
Ella is a sweet friendly 2yo female Yorkie that weighs about
5lbs. She is completely healthy and fully vetted with spay,
dental, and all vaccines. She is heartworm and Lyme negative.
She is pee pad trained to a small area or room. She loves
everyone and does great with other dogs. She came in with
Bambi and they play well and snuggle together. If you
have any questions please email
Cathie@yorkiesinc.com If interested in adopting
Georgia please submit an adoption application.
Lucy is an amazing 4yo female Yorkie who weighs about 8lbs.
She has one of the sweetest temperaments we have seen! She is
friends with all...loves to be held like a baby and will lay
with you for hours. She loves walks and loves toys, chews and
other dogs to play with or snuggle with. She did come in with
a horrible flea infestation and was itching and had some skin
and ear issues due to this. She's looking much better! We have
a recheck scheduled for another week and hopefully she'll be
cleared to be placed after that. We are taking applications
now. If interested please submit an adoption application...and
questions please email
The pups of
Yorkies Inc. have been so blessed with some
of the most loving and loyal supporters! We were asked how you could
help on a more regular basis so "Our Monthly Supporters" was started.
We can't thank you enough for this continued support! These monthly
donations allows us to always be there for a pup; be it extreme medical
concerns, very old
or neglected or behavioral issues that always go above and beyond
normal vetting expenses. If you who would like to help
with monthly donations be it in memory of a loved one or otherwise
please use the PayPal button below by selecting your monthly amount and
clicking "Subscribe" Your name will be added. Thank you!
Ruth Molin &
Shirley Geis & "Simi"
Nazi Masoum ~ In memory of "Cupid"
Nancy McCannell & Mary Madden
Tracey Roselli ~ In memory of "Britney"
Louise & Jim Thomas
Kathie, Zach, “Molly’, “Olivia” & “Tigger”
Rennie & Robin Mirollo
Sherryl Butler & Lynn Young
Karen Richards and "Abby Rose"~ in memory of "Rosie May"
Ruth "Cookie" Rietveld-Kirwan
Lee Ann Christ
Karen V. Stefanini
Julio Quintana Rizzo & Ruben
Montana Lopez ~ in memory of "Dante"
Jeannie Moriarty ~ in loving memory of my "Ollie"
Wendy Scott & Jim Smith
Carol Ieronimo ~ in memory of "Henry"
Glenn & Diane Petersen
Suzanne Eaton in loving memory of "Abbey"
Richard Rosenstein & Jody Abrams
Shunt is a condition that we see far too often in Yorkies and
Maltese pups. Because of this we felt we should give you all more
background on this dreadful condition that is become more prevalent in
our beloved breeds. Below is a link to some success stories including
Bella who came into Yorkies Inc in early February 2006. She is
now known as "Paisley" Please take the time to read her story and that
of the other Liver Shunt Survivors. Through this link you can also find
other links for more info on Liver Shunt's and what it means to the pup
and the owner. We'd like to thank a good friend Stephen Glass for
featuring Paisley and getting the word out about Liver
the life of one dog may not change the world, but the world will surely
change for that one dog"