LOOKING FOR LOVE

Welcome to "Looking for Love." These are UYR's rescue and surrender pups. They come in all ages and sizes, but they have one thing in common; They are looking for love. If you have a place in your heart and your home for one of these Yorkies, please, use the provided link to fill out an "Adoption Application."

All adopters must be 25 years of age. Your adoption application will be processed as quickly as possible. It is UYR's mission to get the perfect home for our beloved Yorkshire Terriers.

Thank you for visiting the "Looking for Love" page. Please, feel free to browse the other pages to see all the things we do here at United Yorkie Rescue.

UYR DOES NOT SHIP ITS RESCUES. THE ADOPTER MUST PICK UP THE ADOPTIVE PUP FROM THE FOSTER PARENT'S HOME EITHER BY CAR, OR PLANE WITH THE PUP RIDING IN THE CABIN WITH YOU.




Blue
California
Blue

Meet Blue, a sweet 8 year old, 6 pound Yorkie boy being fostered in southern California. Only southern CA applicants will be considered.

Initial Bio 5/4/22: Blue came to us as a stray from Pasadena Humane Society and after a couple of wagging tails, he was already settled in. We fell in love with his calm and affectionate demeanor right away. However, we immediately noticed his severe coughing and loud exhales which the shelter thought was a collapsed trachea. Knowing this, we felt helpless hearing him cough and struggle to breathe throughout the night, the poor thing barely getting any sleep and continuing in the morning. When all hope seemed to be lost, our beloved vet informed us that Blue just had a cold, so he will be comfortable very soon after giving him the right medication. We are still waiting on some lab work, but this handsome little boy weighs 6 lbs and is suspected to be 8 years old. Despite his struggle, he never stopped trying to sit on our laps and ask for pets and food. He never wants to be alone, following us everywhere and whining when we leave the room. He gets along so well with all of the Yorkie friends we have and stays calm without a bark even during the most loud doggie commotions. Since he has only been with us for a couple of days, we are so excited to see how he will come out of his shell and be part of a family again.


For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkrus21@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Blue click here.
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Chauncey
California
Chauncey

Meet sweet Chauncey, a 4 pound, 14 year old Yorkie boy being fostered in Fullerton, CA. Only Southern CA applicants will be considered.

THANK YOU TO CHAUNCEY'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Sandy Pagnotta, Irene and Peter Havas in memory of darling Happy, Carol Nelson, Second Chances for Blind Dogs, Matthew Newman, DeAnn Deutsch, Alexa Socha, Yolanda Fall, Wendy Henry Yvette Vangeloff, Cheryl Scrupski, Lois Yarnall

THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO DONATED TOWARD CHAUNCEY'S EXPENSES VIA THE BETTY WHITE CHALLENGE

Michelle McLean, Arla Lewis

UPDATE 4/14/22: Tiny 4.6 pound CHAUNCEY - Now Available for Adoption

Theres nothing like the LOVE of a Senior! When you take them into your arms they melt with gratitude and they long to be on your lap or by your side always. Offering a senior, a new chance and better chapter in life, filled with the love, health, security, and happiness they deserve is one of the most inspiring and rewarding feelings in life. The minute they enter the room you can feel their pure unconditional love and the gratitude they feel for you, causing your heart to instantly fill with joy. Seniors like Chauncey develop special bonds that are genuine, unconditional, and unique because they naturally inspire a sense of pride and purpose.

Just look at this 4.6 pounds of HANDSOME! .. Chauncey! Hes adorable, sweet, and ready to meet his new Mom and/or Dad. Hed love to be in a quiet, single dog home with retired parents that would enjoy his lap loving personality and desire to be a One & Only. His antics are as adorable as his personality.after all, he is a Yorkie! Although he is somewhat sight challenged, he can adapt to his surroundings quickly and has the ability to navigate them with ease over a very short period of time.

If youre retired with extra a little extra space in your heart and home and looking for a tiny angel to love and cherish, wed love to meet you and introduce you to Special UYR Senior Chauncey.

Were excited to find tiny Chauncey Guardians that will give him the Life he Deserves and Cherish him Forever.

UPDATE 9/5/2021: Chauncey completed his major dental. He had almost all his teeth removed. He is such a little trooper. This little 14 yo mostly blind dog navigates around his surroundings fearlessly. He loves to explore the house and he has his favorite spots. He will let you know if he gets stuck anywhere.

We are still working on house training. He does really well for having limited eye sight. He barks when he needs to go out. He often will use a pee pad if he finds it. At night he wears a belly band. He knows when I put his t-shirt on and his belly band that it is time for bed. I tell him Night Night and give him a kiss and place him in his bed.

Chauncey gets along well with other dogs.but likes to go off on his own. He and his Foster brother Koko often lie next to each other. He loves his baths and likes to be groomed but not close to his face.

Chauncey loves to cuddle but once he is done, he is off exploring once again. He has his favorite places to relax and sleep. At 14 yo, he sleeps a lot.

Chauncey is a good guard dog. Despite being almost blind, he will let you know if someone is at the door.

This little guy still has a lot of life left in him despite being 14 yo.and limited sight. He is a small but mighty little guy. We hope to get him cataract surgery at least in one eye. That will give him a better quality of life. If you can contribute that would be awesome. Thank you.

INITIAL BIO: 07/31/21. Rescuing a senior dog is like finding a vintage treasure. They have a story, and they have a soul. UYR finds them loving homes because they deserve to be cherished like the treasures they are.

There is nothing quite like the majesty of a senior dog and yesterday I had the honor of rescuing Chauncey, a 4lb / 14 year old from an LA Shelter. I have come to adore these senior dogs. The moment you wrap one in your arms and gently whisper you're safe now little one, you know they understand. No matter how sick or terrified they are they just intuitively feel the love in your heart. As I sat in my car waiting for sight-impaired Chauncy to be brought out, I imagined just how terrifying it must be for a tiny 4lb dog to be locked in a small steel cage, experiencing the loud sounds and chaos of a shelter, unable to see their surroundings. I knew that the dog I was about to meet was going to be petrified. As I took sweet Chauncy into my arms I could feel his stiff and rigid body trembling with fear. For the first hour we just sat in the cool air conditioned car as I held him close and kissed his head and face and explained that my presence on behalf of UYR meant that he'd never experience the horrors of another shelter for the rest of his life..

When we arrived at the Animal Hospital I unwrapped him from the towel.. This tiny little dog was filthy dirty, his hind legs covered in feces. My sadness and anger inspired me to get to work helping him, I just couldn't wait another minute. Off we went to the bathroom. I placed him in a sink and ever so gently began to wash him with warm water, hoping that each dirty paper towel I tossed in the trash was restoring his dignity just a little bit more.

An hour later, it was our turn to see the Vet. We had only spent a couple of hours together but this dog had bonded to me already, a true indication of just how terrified he must have been. Off he went for testing . as I prayed the results would be positive, and they were!! Chauncy has severe dental disease with gums so swollen they are literally pushing his teeth out. I cant even imagine the pain and agony he must be suffering. In addition, he has severe ocular disease is significantly sight impaired although he does have some limited sight. How much is yet to be determined. A complete senior blood panel was taken as well. Well have patiently await the results, but after the examination the Vet explained that she though he was in very good health. I felt like Id been holding my breath for hours just waiting and hoping to hear those very words. The results of Chauncey's blood work as well as his dental are scheduled for Monday.

Off we went to see Chauncey s new foster mom Rae, who has been involved with rescue for years and has enormous experience working with shelter dogs as well as dogs with sight impairment. After a few minutes of observing Chauncy walking and checking things out, Rae leaned down and scooped this tiny one into her arms. He seemed to think he recognized her, or perhaps he just felt her warmth and kindness he began kissing her face. I couldn't help but think .. 14 years old, tossed out like trash and left at a shelter to die, and this tiny little dog continues to love and want to be loved.. if you ever have the opportunity to witness these magical moments they are beautiful, extraordinary and powerful.

Dear Sweet Chauncey You are in the loving arms and care of United Yorkie Rescue now. We promise, you will never feel the hurt and despair of loneliness, neglect or abuse ever again. We will restore your health and with each new day you will feel our love, respect, kindness and compassion. We will help you regain your trust, will and confidence in the world and the guardians that surround you. I know you've heard these words before, perhaps many times, but today they have become your new reality and our heartfelt mission. Welcome to UYR Chauncy!!

Please continue to follow Chauncey as his Foster Mom Rae gets to know him better and guides him down the path to physical and mental health.


To date we've spent $2697.62 on Chauncey's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $1211.23 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: YorkieRaeOfHope.CA@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Chauncey click here.
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Cheri
California
Cheri

Meet Cheri, a sweet 7 year old, 7 pound Yorkie girl being fostered in Southern California. Only Southern California residents will be considered.

THANK YOU TO CHERI'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Ayelet Bick, Charlotte Corona, Kennon Hudson, Sandy Pagnotta, Yvette Vangeloff, Wendy Henry, Cheryl Scrupski, Nance Woodward, Cheryl Korwes, Hartley Hartley, Donald Graham, Kennon Hudson, Carla DiGiacomo, Tamara Hilo, Denise Lahav, Gail Whitledge, Cheryl Austel, Elba Short, D.J. Craig, Angie Cagle Barbara Burgess, Lauren Satterfield, John Sauser, Sandy Pagnotta, Meghan Whitcomb in the name of Maria Burke, Barbara Burgess, Elba Short, Ellen Chokreff

4/4/22 Update: A medical treatment plan was created for sweet Cheri and she recently underwent successful surgery to remove the two tumors, conduct a full dental (2 teeth removed), a spay, and repair a small hernia. Cheri was also treated for her hair loss. Cheri is recovering wonderfully from the surgery and her hair is growing back very quickly. Cheri has settled in well to her temporary foster home and gets on very well with other dogs her size, and also cats and chickens! She has not been exposed to larger breeds, or small children. Cheri absolutely adores her humans and loves to jump on a lap or two (with kisses!), and play fetch. She would do well in as home where someone is present for a significant portion of the day she is the sweetest little girl and is house-trained, sleeping soundly though the night. Cheri does not bark much, although she can get a little excited during feeding time. She is altogether a very loving little girl and we are very excited to be able to find her a new loving home. Cheri is expected to be available for adoption in the latter part of April.

2/26/22 Initial Bio: Mon Cheri My Sweetheart, and thats exactly what this adorable Little Lady is! Rescued from SEACCA Downey Shelter after being found as a stray. Shes a beautiful 7-year-old, 8lb Little Lady that we suspect was used as a back-yard breeder. Little Cheri loves everyone and longs to be snuggled, cuddled, and held. She is a perfect little angle that loves giving kisses, is well behaved and quickly adjusts to other dogs. Cheri especially loves curling up in loving arms at bedtime and sleeps soundly through the night.

Cheri has a large mammary mass on her right caudal chain, a painful ear infection and some hair loss. Cheri visited the vet yesterday (2/21). A complete blood chemistry was taken. Were awaiting the results. As soon as we receive them Cheris foster Mom will work on developing a medical treatment plan to get her healthy enough for surgery and address her other issues.

Please check back for updates as Cheris Foster Mom gets to know her better and she begins her UYR journey down that path to health, safety and ultimately a beautiful new life with Guardians that will cherish her and keep her healthy and safe forever.


To date we've spent $11267.77 on Cheri's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $834.04 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: ocyorkiefoster4uyr@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Cheri click here.
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Jared
California
Jared

Meet Jared, a sweet 1 year old, 9 pound Chorkie being fostered in Fullerton, CA. Only southern California applicants will be considered.

THANK YOU TO JARED'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Frenely Reinwald, Katherine Forster, Rose M Mendez, Patricia Nagy, Terri Granholm, Elba Short, Amanda Veness, Melanie Brown, Cindi Carvelli, Ellen Chokreff, Michelle Montoya, Patricia Acker, Yvette Vangeloff, Charlotte Younessi, Barbara Burgess, Elaine Jesmer, Tannis Kokotilo, Paula Kulesh, Lisa Lindstrom, Ruth Nader, Penny Cooper, Kennon Hudson, Nance Woodward, Patricia Ford, Colleen Godfrey, Tiffany Wilson, D.J. Craig, Anita Sayers, Anita Sayers, Sara Corwin

Upate 4/7/22: Jared the Chorkie is ready for his forever home. He weighs 9 lbs. He has finished his dental and medical checkups. He had two puppy teeth removed. He is believed to be under 1 year old. As such, Jared still needs some training. He would benefit from formal training. We have been working on pad, house-training and marking. He also needs leash training because , when he meets other dogs, he barks at them. The home must have a secure front and rear. Since he is still a puppy, he has lots of energy. Given the opportunity, Jared is a runner and will bolt out the door.

Jared is also the sweetest, most loving and smart little guy you will find. Once he is completely trained, you will have a golden companion. Jared loves his walks, loves to follow you around. He plays well with his foster brothers Koko and Chauncey. He loves his toys. When he is tired, he insists on crawling up into your arms and snuggling up and falls asleep. But not before nuzzling and giving sweet nose kisses. Jared will melt your heart for sure.

If you can put time into training and commit some 14 plus years of loving him, this could be the perfect dog for you. Please submit an adoption application for Jared using the link below.

Initial Bio 2/2/22: Jared is a Chorkie who is about 1 year old and weighs 9.6 lbs. He was a stray and was picked up by Animal Control. UYR sprung him from the gallows of a high kill shelter to Freedom; he was slated to be euthanized. Jared is the cutest and sweetest little boy. He loves his walks. He is very energetic but makes time to stop and smell the flowers and everything around him. Jared is scheduled for a visit to the Vets office and needs some dental work before he is ready for a Forever home. You can follow his progress here and of course donate to help offset his costs. Thank you to everyone who has helped so far.


To date we've spent $1117.23 on Jared's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $430.5 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: YorkieRaeOfHope.CA@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Jared click here.
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Max
California
Max (nee Buddy True)

Meet Max (aka Buddy True), a sweet 10 year old, 11 pound Yorkie boy being fostered in Laguna Hills, CA. Only southern CA applicants will be considered.

THANK YOU TO BUDDY TRUE'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Lauren Satterfield, Sandy Pagnotta, Susan Reeves, Alexa Socha, DeAnn Deutsch, Barbara Burgess, Lauren Radencic, Angie Cagle, Irene and Peter Havas in memory of darling Happy

1/7/22: Hi my name is Max and the vet told my foster mom he thinks I'm 9-10 years old. I am very mellow and I love taking naps. I discovered toys a couple of days ago, it's fun to make them squeak but my mouth is sore because I have a tooth abscess. I am getting my dental on Monday and that will hopefully help me feel better. I get along with my foster brothers and sisters, and I have a great appetite. I hope to put on a couple more pounds in the new year.

12/3/21 Initial Bio: Max (aka Buddy True) was rescued today. Please watch for further information on this sweet boy.


To date we've spent $3527.16 on Max (nee Buddy True)'s vet bills, but with your support we've collected $740 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkieuyroc@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Max (nee Buddy True) click here.
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I love my new foster home!!

I am pretty... oh so pretty!
Florida
Luna

Luna is a sweet little girl weighing just 6.4 pounds. She is estimated to be 3 years old and is being fostered in Riverview, Florida.

Dogs being fostered in Florida must be adopted within the State of Florida.

Updated Bio 5/18/2022: Meet Luna. This sweet, brown and silver 6-pound girl is such a lap dog. Luna was found as a stray by animal control. She loves belly rubs and is a pro with leash walking. Luna had her first vet visit this week and overall is healthy. She has been treated for an ear infection. She also had 1 dew claw growing into her foot pad. The vet was able to remove the nail from the foot pad and gave her antibiotics. Luna is hesitant around new people but warms up quickly.

She absolutely loves kids- her foster mom has elementary and middle school-age children. She prefers wet food but is not treat motivated at all. In her forever home, a fence is not required as she enjoys going on daily walks. In Luna's best interest, she needs to be the only dog in her forever home. Her foster mom has tried her around a few different dogs one at a time and Luna doesn't seem to get along with any of them. She occasionally displays some guarding behavior, but her foster mom is working on it. Luna does bark at the doorbell and occasionally people when on her walks. Car rides tend to make her anxious and she is not a fan of thunder at all.

She loves fuzzy blankets, sitting on the back of the couch, chasing squirrels, sleeping, belly rubs, and being carried around. Stay tuned as Luna shows more of her personality!

Initial Bio 5/14/2022: Meet Luna. This sweet, brown and silver 6-pound girl is such a lap dog. Luna was found as a stray by animal control. She loves belly rubs and is a pro with leash walking. As she settles into her foster home, her foster mom will get a better idea of her personality and what environment will be best for her. She has an upcoming vet physical and grooming next week. Stay tuned for more information as Luna's personality comes out!


To date we've spent $291.63 on Luna's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkiefostermom523@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Luna click here.
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I am a cute little fella!

I mean... who could resist this sweet face?
Florida
Oscar

Oscar is the cutest Yorkie fellow. Oscar is 10 years old and weighs a tiny 5 pounds. He is being fostered in Stuart, FL.

Dogs being fostered in Florida, need to be adopted within the state of Florida.

THANK YOU TO OSCAR'S RESCUE ANGELS!

David Claiser

Initial Bio 5/16/2022: Introducing Oscar, a sweet senior boy! Oscar is 10 years young and weighs approximately 5 pounds. His family took great care of him, but with a toddler in the house, they were concerned for Oscars safety. We have promised to find him a wonderful new home where he may have other small dogs, or older children to play with, over 12 years old because of his small size. We think Oscar would also be happy in a quiet home where his people are home more often than not. Oscar has a super-soft black and tan coat.

Hes very playful, likes to go for walks, does his business outside, and will sit happily on your lap. Since Oscar just came into UYRs program, we will be providing an update as we learn more about this precious little guy. Oscar will have his wellness check with our vet very soon. Please contact Oscars foster mom for more information.


To date we've spent $0 on Oscar's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: proudyorkiemom@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Oscar click here.
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Aren't I just too adorable?

Looking for my furever family
Florida
Romi

Romi is a sweet boy weighing just 5 pounds. He is estimated to be 6 years old and is being fostered in Palm Coast, Florida.

Dogs being fostered in Florida must be adopted within the State of Florida.

THANK YOU TO ROMI'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Lee Filer Sumergrad, Cassie Moran, Ami Lane, Nestor Sanchez, Sandra Wendt, Beth Len, Wendy Scott, Ilene Rand, Lee Filer Sumergrad, Tara Pellegrino in memory of Ray Schultz, Shawn Hudson, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Sandy Pagnotta, Janet Davidson

UPDATED BIO 4/15/22: How much sadder can a little, not even 5 pound Chihuahua be? This sweet dog was found wandering the streets. He was taken to the local shelter where he waited for his family to come get him. When his family was found, Animal Services knew he could not go back to that home where he had lived a life of horrible neglect. Now, little Romi had no family, nowhere to go, and was in pain. How could United Yorkie Rescue say no to this boy? Romi the Chihuahua became a United Yorkie Rescue dog.

Life had been cruel to Romi until the day his United Yorkie Rescue Angel took him home from the shelter. Romi was malnourished, his toenails were overgrown and curling under the pads on his feet, he was covered in fleas, and he walked holding up his left leg. Romi needed a lot of medical care. He ate everything he was given, he was so starved and hungry. Toenails were easily trimmed, and fleas were taken care of with the proper preventative. That was the easy part.

In spite of the terrible neglect Romi experienced he is such a sweet loving little guy. We knew he deserved everything we could do for him to take that pain away, to give him the gift of a pain-free life, one in which he could walk again without excruciating pain going from his left leg right into his hip joint.

Yes, Romi may be a Chihuahua, but he is also a sweet, wonderful 6-year-old little pup who didn't deserve what life had brought down on him. To give Romi the life he should have had, the life he deserves to have, Romi needs a big surgery. The orthopedic specialist said he needs a femoral head ostectomy or a FHO. This is a surgical procedure that will restore Romi to a pain-free life where he will be able to walk without being in agony. However, that is not all. Unfortunately, Romi also has luxating patellas and bad knees that hurt every time he walks and they need to be fixed too.

Can it get much worse? Yes, it can. Poor Romi will need not one by two surgeries. The first big surgery will be the FHO to his hip and the repair of his left knee. After he heals he will need a second surgery to repair his right knee. This happy, loving pup will spend the next several months healing from two surgeries. To give Romi a life free of pain where he can once again run and play will cost $3,500! We can't do it without you. Romi and United Yorkie Rescue need you to not only care but to help us help Romi. Without you, his rescue angels, Romi will spend his life in pain and agony. We can't, we won't, let that happen to him. Please search your heart and give whatever you can to help us give Romi the pain-free life he so deserves. Every dollar you can give is one dollar closer to giving Romi his surgery and a life without pain. Please, he has already been let down by people, let's not let him down again. Romi will never forget your kindness with every step he will be able to take without hurting.

Updated Bio 3/8/22: Romi is a tiny little boy with a giant heart. He is the sweetest little guy and so very loving. Romi had to be removed from his home when it was discovered that he had been living a life of neglect. When UYR was asked to help, we were there with open arms to save this little guy.

His foster mom has noticed that Romi walks while holding up one leg and he was also malnourished and covered in fleas. His nails hadnt been trimmed in a very long time and had begun to curl around to the pads of his feet. Romi will be taken to the vet to receive medical care and to address his bad hip. We hope to find out if its an old injury that cannot be fixed or if there is the possibility of surgery to repair Romis hip so he will eventually be able to walk using all four legs.

He is the sweetest little boy despite the neglect he has endured in his previous home. Romi loves to eat! He has a big appetite and is slowly gaining some badly needed weight. He also loves to roam around his foster moms big fenced-in backyard and lay on the patio in the warm sun. He gets along very well with his foster moms other pups. Even though Romi was neglected in his past he still loves to cuddle and give big kisses!

Since Romi is so small its in his best interest to be adopted into a home with no small children.

Initial Bio 2/2/2022: Romi was found wandering the street. It was determined by Animal Control that Romi should not be returned to his previous home. He then joined the United Yorkie Rescue family. We don't know a lot about Romi at this time, but we will learn more when we take him to the vet and get him settled into his new foster home. Stay tuned!


To date we've spent $1151.49 on Romi's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $1209.2 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: leerobin05@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Romi click here.
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Such a handsome little fella!

I can definitely make your grass greener!
Florida
Rusty

Rusty is a handsome Yorkie fellow. Rusty is 10 years old and weighs 9 pounds. He is being fostered in Orlando, FL.

Dogs being fostered in Florida, need to be adopted within the state of Florida.

THANK YOU TO RUSTY'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Jan Freeman in honor of Edwin Ashurst's Birthday

Updated bio 5/18/2022: You could never tell that this happy little guy was recently found wandering the streets alone. He has fit in perfectly with his foster family. Rusty is a sweet, funny, low-maintenance pup that is content with a comfy bed and a tummy rub. He sleeps in his own bed at night and wakes up smiling and prancing.

Don't let his age fool you. He is an active fella that gets the Zoomies and likes to run through the house. He doesn't have much interest in toys but will run alongside his foster sister when she is retrieving hers. Cute!

He is a healthy guy, but the vet has diagnosed him with focal seizures that are treated with a few drops of CBD oil a day. The seizures are barely perceptible. Just a head shake. His foster mom has not noticed any since he's been on the oil.

Although he walks fine on a leash, he needs to go out on a regular basis to reinforce his potty training. He will follow his foster sister and go potty outside. There have not been any accidents in the house. Good boy! He wears a belly band at night but it's dry when he wakes up. A fully fenced backyard is required since he needs access to the outside often. Also, he loves to explore and lie in the sun.

Rusty has come a long way since being at his foster home. He has learned to trust his people and has become very affectionate. He loves to be petted and scratched and will sit on the couch to be close to his foster family.

***Only homes with children over 12 will be considered.***

Updated Bio 5/5/22: You could never tell that this happy little guy was recently found wandering the streets alone. He has fit in perfectly with his foster family. Rusty is a sweet, funny, low-maintenance pup that is content with a comfy bed and a tummy rub. He sleeps in his own bed at night and wakes up smiling and prancing.

Don't let his age fool you. He is an active fella that gets the "Zoomies" and likes to run through the house. He doesn't have much interest in toys but will run alongside his foster sister when she is retrieving hers. Cute!

He is a healthy guy, but the vet has diagnosed him with focal seizures that are treated with a few drops of CBD oil a day. The seizures are barely perceptible. Just a head shake. His foster mom has not noticed any since he's been on the oil.

Although he walks fine on a leash, he needs to go out on a regular basis to reinforce his potty training. He will follow his foster sister and go potty outside. There have not been any accidents in the house. Good boy! He wears a belly band at night but it's dry when he wakes up. A fully fenced backyard is required since he needs access to the outside often. Also, he loves to explore and lie in the sun.

Rusty is not a Velcro pup. He comes to his foster parents for a pet and a scratch and to sit on their laps for a little while, but prefers to rest in his bed close to his people. Only homes with children over 12 will be considered.

UPDATED BIO 4/11/22: Rusty came to UYR on April 1st, from Lake County Animal Control. He was a stray and not microchipped, so they couldn't obtain any information about him. He was quite matted when he was found and his mouth was in bad shape.

Rusty is a very sweet, calm boy. He's around 10 years old and weighs 9 pounds. He walks well on a leash. He likes car rides, but has a tendency to get car sick. He rarely barks and gets along well with other dogs and people. I don't know how he is with cats. He is not completely house-trained and wears a belly band when inside. He's starting to let me know when he needs to go outside, so there's hope.

Rusty is current on his shots and had been microchipped. He was already neutered when found. He has his dental cleaning today (4/11) and due to the condition of his teeth, the vet had to pull all of them. Although his tongue will forever stick out, he will have no difficulty eating.

Rusty will need a home with a mom/dad who are retired or works from home. He should not be left alone for long periods of time. Children, age 12 and up would be okay. A fenced yard would be nice, but not required. Several daily walks would suffice.

If you can provide the type of home Rusty requires and would like to be considered for his adoption, please go to our website and submit an application for adoption. www.unitedyorkierescue.org

Initial Bio 4/1/2022: Rusty has just come into the United Yorkie Rescue family; stay tuned as we learn more about this sweetheart!


To date we've spent $879.8 on Rusty's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $25 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: robinnora442@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Rusty click here.
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I love Toys!

Looking for my furever family
Florida
Timmy

Timmy is a handsome Yorkie fellow. Timmy is 8 years old and weighs 10 pounds. He is being fostered in Vero Beach, FL.

Dogs being fostered in Florida, need to be adopted within the state of Florida.

THANK YOU TO TIMMY'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Yoel Sarmiento

Updated bio 5/18/2022: Timmy has been in his foster home for two weeks now and is doing great. He is such a good boy, one of the best. He is cute and funny and truly a joy to have in the house. He loves to lay next to you but is happy to have his belly rubbed! So many things are new to him and he can be a little timid at first, so we are introducing new things slowly. He likes his walks, sometimes just a short walk around the yard is enough, and sometimes he wants to walk a pretty long way. Having grass to walk on was something new and he wouldn't walk on it at first but he is getting better about it. and hopefully, he will figure out that it's ok to potty on it. For now, he continues to use his pads exclusively with no accidents in the house at all.

When he meets another dog on our walks he either shys away from them or ignores them altogether. We believe that Timmy prefers to be an only dog. Shortly after he got here, he discovered the pool. At first, he was just curious about it but when we had visitors swim, Timmy jumped right in with them, without coaxing!! If his new home has a pool, a fence is an absolute must. Timmy isn't much of a barker, he will bark at the doorbell or one on tv. He has gotten used to the maintenance people so he only gives us a little alert when they are here.

Timmy saw the vet yesterday for his wellness check. He has an infection from bad teeth and is on antibiotics for the next 10 days. He will have his dental on June 14th. Once he is ready to go we will be looking for a fairly active home but one where he would not be alone for long periods of time. Timmy would make a great family dog. He really enjoyed the teenagers in the pool. He does have luxating patellas that do not require surgery at this time. When he first came to us his back legs were very weak, and he would lose his balance quite easily. He is much stronger and with proper exercise and joint supplements, he will maintain that strength. He loves all people but a home with children over 10 years of age will be necessary.

***The perfect home for Timmy***

- No other dogs in the home

- A fence around a pool, if one is owned

- Children over 10 only

- Active household with a home where someone is always there

Updated Bio 5/4/22: Timmy came to United Yorkie Rescue through no fault of his own. He has been with the same family all of his life and has been a good boy. Unfortunately, the new baby of the family has allergies and one of them is dogs! Timmy had to separate from the family behind a gate and oftentimes in the garage. His family knew that is no life and they wanted something better for him. They made the painful decision to give him up and reached out to us, and of course, we said yes.

What we know so far: he is pee wee pad trained! He has always been inside, only going out occasionally. In the next few days, Foster Mom will give him a chance to do some exploring and see how he does on a leash. He has never been around cats and only one other dog and it wasn't very friendly. We will work on socialization, but most likely, he will need to be an only pet. So far, he is sweet and curious. He likes his food and treats, and loves his toys! Timmy is neutered and up to date on vaccines. He will see the vet soon to get a wellness check. Stay tuned, more updates coming soon.

Initial Bio 5/3/2022: Timmy has just come into the United Yorkie Rescue family; stay tuned as we learn more about this cute boy!


To date we've spent $105.3 on Timmy's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $100 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkiesrj2006@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Timmy click here.
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Georgia
Frankie

Welcome to sweet Frankie, a 8 year old, 8 pound Yorkie boy being fostered in Suwanee, GA.

THANK YOU TO FRANKIE'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Tom Holzmeiseter, Anita Whitehead

THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO DONATED TOWARD FRANKIE'S EXPENSES VIA THE BETTY WHITE CHALLENGE

Priscilla Sukroo

Updated Bio 5/3/22

Frankie was turned in to be euthanized. Fortunately he was saved by some extraordinary people and he has now part of the UYR family. He doesn't belong here. He belongs in a forever home that will appreciate him for the marvelous little guy he is. Frankie loves two things most of all. He loves sunshine and he loves people. Frankie has two issues, he is mostly blind and he has what appear to be occasional epileptic seizures. Frankie handles the sight impairment on his own using incredible common sense, his hearing and his sniffer. The seizures are controlled with an inexpensive medication twice a day. Frankie tells us whenever he needs anything. He let's us know when he has to go out to potty, when his food bowl is empty, when he's lost and whe he needs to be picked up. He can be very communicative! If you pay attention he will never have an accident inside the house and if he does it's really not his fault. He can't really go for walks easily because he can't see (although he's happy to try). Frankie needs a fenced in area where he can explore and do his necessaries. He likes to sleep with his people and he will gently lock you awake or lightly whine in your face when he needs to go outside. Frankie handles carpeted stairs wonderfully for a mostly blind guy but a home without that kind of obstacle would be the best. Frankie has discovered toys! He loves his loofah dog and he wants you to be willing to play with him by holding one end of the toy and playing tug of war. He can't play fetch very well but he's willing to try. Please consider giving Frankie a forever home. He would love to be an only dog. He avoids other dogs and he ignores cats. He wants to be your constant companion but he is fine being left alone for a few hours and he will just lay in the sun in the same room with you when it is time for you to work in the computer but feel free to spoil him with a surplus of love and attention!

Updated bio 3/11/22

Frankie (Franklin) is an approximately 8 y/o 8 pound yorkie boy currently being fostered in the Atlanta area. Frankie has the sweetest personality and the softest coat. Frankie has some challenges. He has a serious sight deficit and while he can see shadows and generally tell when hes on the edge of a precipice he bumps into a lot of walls while he learns his way around. Just think, that Frankies previous family decided that this was enough to ask the vet to euthanize him! Frankie is still full of so much love that we cant imagine someone callous enough to just throw him away. Luckily for us and for Frankie the family was referred to UYR and agreed to surrender Frankie to us. Frankie is very communicative. He will tell you when its time to go outside or when he needs water or food. You just have to listen to him and follow his instructions. Currently he wears a belly band to prevent accidents and his timing isnt always perfect because sometimes its the middle of the night when nature calls but Frankie doesnt mess around. Frankie is persistent and when hes up on the bed or in the chair next to you he will get your attention. Frankie then goes outside and does his business and comes right back in. Frankie has been observed having some scary but mild seizures. Currently, these seem to be controlled by two small doses of Phenobarbital every day. Frankie recently had a dental and the vet had to pull 14 teeth! This poor baby was so neglected and in constant discomfort for years and yet he doesnt hold any resentment. He loves to give grateful kisses (which are much more pleasant now that he has had his dental treatment). Frankie is perfectly content to spend his days sitting with his person and his nights snuggled up in bed next to his people. We are so happy to have been able to step in rescue such a beautiful spirit and help to find him a his forever home.

Initial p Bio 1/7/22

Frankie has just come into rescue; stay tuned as we learn more about this sweetheart!


To date we've spent $802.56 on Frankie 's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $75 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: Mandy@unitedyorkierescue.org.

To fill out the adoption application for Frankie click here.
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Maddie
Illinois
Maddie

Meet Maddie, a sweet 8 year old, 22 pound Yorkie girl being fostered near Canton, IL. Only IL applicants will be considered.

THANK YOU TO MADDIE'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Dave Nader

5/6 Maddie's test results from the vet helped us confirm early onset of kidney disease. As a result, Maddie would do best in a home where the owner would be able to provide a special kidney protective diet, and healthy treats (single ingredient treats). She has started such diet and will require a recheck to ensure kidney values (BUN, CREA enzymes) are within normal /acceptable limits and maintained.

Maddie's ideal owner would be one that has has prior experience with caring for kidney babies. Additionally, Maddie foster Mom is working with her on potty training.

5/4 Maddie had her spay and dental yesterday. She did really well. Her teeth only needed a cleaning and she didnt lose any. Maddie is looking for love in a home that can offer lots of love, petting, and treats would be a plus. She is the only foster I have ever had that was excited to go to the vets. She likes to ride in car and does well on a leash. She needs lots of attention and someone that is home most of the time. She would probably be good with older children. If you need a companion she would be perfect. I dont think she could have too much attention.

4/29 Maddie is a sweet 8 year old Yorkie girl and she weighs 22 lbs, She would benefit from a diet & some exercise. Her Mom passed away & her Dad felt she was getting depressed & needed some one who could spend more time with her. She seems to be a sweet quiet girl who loves attention. She did help the boys bark at the mailman today. She has an appointment with the vet and will be updated on her vaccinations & be spayed. Her bio will be updated after her vet visit & as we get to know her better.She loves humans & likes other dogs. Not sure about kids but her Dad says she loves everyone.


To date we've spent $1401.87 on Maddie's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $150 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkiefoster6@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Maddie click here.
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Charlie
Iowa
Charlie

Meet Charlie, a precious 8.5 year old little Yorkie girl who is being fostered in Des Moines, IA. Charlie must be adopted within a 100 mile radius. Charlie doesn't get along with cats. Her adoption fee is $500.

THANK YOU TO CHARLIE'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Sandy Pagnotta, Andrea Zitoli, Sheetal Creger, Sheetal Creger, Carol Gostomski

5/5/22: Little Charlie is a bit under the weather as she's fighting a bladder infection, along with an ear infection. Looking back at Charlie's medical history, there appears to be a trend of ear infections. While Charlie was treated for these ear infections, the root of what caused the ear infections was never determined. Charlie's foster vet suspects food allergies to be the culprit.

As a result, Charlie will need an owner that would be willing to keep her on a special diet with supplements and complete routine maintenance of cleaning ears to help prevent/minimize future ear infections.

Charlie is on treatment for the next 2 weeks, and then will head back to the vet for a follow up check up. Despite this set back, Charlie is a trooper, enjoys her new diet and loves going out for her high energy walks!

3/29/2022 Little Charlie Girl had her dental procedure completed today, which entailed 6 teeth extractions from her tiny little mouth. The vet indicated that Charlie's future owner must provide regular home dental care to help prevent any future extractions. Charlie will need 2 solid weeks to heal from dental post operative surgery, and then will return to normal eating once her gums have healed.

Charlie's foster mom has observed that Charlie is happiest when she completes multiple brisk walks each day. Additionally, it was determined while Charlie does well with most gentle, playful dogs, she does not manage well with cats.

Update 3/20/22: Little Charlie is settling in well at her foster home. She's coming out of her shell and becoming more comfortable with her foster family.

Charlie had a great initial vetting appointment, bloodwork look good and helped her clear her for a much needed dental cleaning, which is scheduled in April. Additionally, she had a nice grooming to help polish her up a bit.

Charlie needs to do some extensive work on her potty training. She will need a very patient adopter to continue working with her on potty manners. This means a stay at home owner would work best to ensure Charlie gets frequent potty breaks and walks.

Charlie's ideal owner would be active as she loves to walk briskly several times a day!

She's is also an escape artist and will run fast for long durations, therefore a highly responsible, energetic owner with great stamina would be best for Charlie.

Due to Charlie's tiny size and ability to escape easily, no children under age 10 will be permitted. A secure fence with no gaps will also be required. Invisible fences are not acceptable.

Initial Bio - 03/10/22 Charlie arrived in her foster home today. She came to United Yorkie Rescue as the result of her owner passing away recently. The owners family reached out to the rescue for assistance in finding Charlie a loving home where she would receive lots of love and attention.

Charlies foster moms initial observations are that shes a high-energy dog and loves to go for several walks during the day with a very secure harness and leash. Based on this, she would do best in a home with an active work from home or retired owner. She is a bit of a flight risk, so her adopter must be aware that she is able to quickly slip through a door and make an escape.

Charlie has an initial vet visit next week to ensure all looks good. Updates will continued to be share as Charlies foster mom learns more about her habits and health. Please email the foster mom with any questions.

Adoption Pending

To date we've spent $853.83 on Charlie's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $186.91 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: iayorkiemum@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Charlie click here.
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Kentucky
Dottie

Dottie is a 1-2 years old (estimated) Yorkie mix girl being fostered near Versailles, KY.

Dottie is on a medical hold and won’t be ready for adoption till she is all healed up but we can start reviewing applications for her

Updated bio 5/20/22

Dottie is an adorable Yorkie mix, that was found as a stray in Georgia and placed into a shelter. She is a thin 7 lbs. Dottie’s age is unknown, but estimated to be between 1 \2 and 2 years old. She is being fostered near Versaiiles, Kentucky.

She was found with a harness embedded in her little chest. This made a significant wound that she is still recovering fromand is getting a dressing change at the vet 2 times per week.

Despite what looks to be a painful wound, Dottie is still very much a puppy. She loves to play, play, play. She is also very agile - jumping, running, climbing and loves attention. She loves playing with toys when we are not able to meet her play schedule! Dottie appears to be puppy pad trained, but she will also go outside. She needs a little more housebreaking, but we are working on it. She is also a smart dog. She has learned to use our doggy door on her own. Dottie gets along well with the other 3 dogs in our home, once she learned to respect their space. She loves to eat and attacks her kibble with a vengeance. We separate her from the other dogs at feeding times. Dottie is also very vocal. She barks when she wants to go out and when someone comes to the door. But she will also nap in your lap.

Dottie would likely do well with older children who could play safely with her. She also needs a fenced yard because she can run or walk very fast. She needs walks to help her get rid of some of her puppy energy. She will make a great family pet. She will be ready for adoption as soon as her wound heals and as soon as she is spayed. At her dressing change yesterday, the vet reported that the wound has started to healing nicely! Please donate to her special care so we can help this little girl heal.

If you are interested in Dottie email foster parents at CTWard@aol.com or fill out an application.

Initial Bio 5/12/22

Dottie has just came into rescue and has some medical needs to be checked into. Stay tuned for updates as she will see the Dogtor soon.


For more information, contact my foster parents at: CTWard@aol.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Dottie click here.
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Kentucky
Hope

Hope is a 14 year old (estimated) Yorkie girl who is being fostered near Elizabethtown, KY

Initial bio 5/12/22

Hope has just come into rescue, stay tuned for updates as we get to know her better and she sees the Dogtor.


To date we've spent $201.89 on Hope's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: mrspak1990@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Hope click here.
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Kentucky
Jersey Lee

Jersey Lee is an 11 yr old 12.4 lb Yorkie girl who is being fostered near Elizabethtown, KY

THANK YOU TO JERSEY LEE'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Linda Hawkins, Barbara Burgess, Ellen Chokreff, Elba Short

Updated Bio: 4/7/22

Jersey Lee is a super sweet girl. She loves to have undivided attention, and she loves to watch you eat, hoping either you drop food or she figures out how she can snatch food She is such a doll. She has the cutest little bark. She gets along well with other dogs.

Two weeks ago she was spayed. It was a good thing the UYR rescued Jersey Lee when they did. The vet discovered that she had a serious bacterial infection in her uterus; it could have been fatal if she was not treated when she was. She was on a hefty dose of medication to combat the infection. While she was under anesthesia, she had 9 teeth pulled. The tenth tooth just fell out of her mouth. The vet also discovered a benign tumor in her nipple, which was removed. She has done amazingly well, given the seriousness of the infection and the medication. She went for a follow-up yesterday. All is healing well. Because she has had so much medication, she had a case of diarrhea, so she is on a different medication for 5 days.

Jersey was adored by the vet's office. She truly is a sweet girl who deserves to be spoiled!

Initial Bio 2/28/22

Meet Jersey Lee who was just released from being a Breeder dog. She is a sweetheart and unsure of her surroundings in her new Foster Home. She was kept outside in Fenced In Deck Kennels. She will be seeing the Vet on March 7th to be checked out as she hasn't had any Vet care in awhile. Jersey Lee has been treated for worms and will be getting a good bath and grooming. Stay tuned for updates as she settles in and we get to know her better.

Adoption Pending

To date we've spent $2725.09 on Jersey Lee's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $457.26 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: mrspak1990@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Jersey Lee click here.
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Kentucky
Oliver

Oliver is a 14 year old 14lb yorkie boy being fostered near Versailles, KY.

Updated bio 5/19/22

He doesntlook or act his age, except that he takes a lot of naps during the day. Oliver was surrendered to UYR when his owner went into assisted living and could no longer keep him. He seemed a little sad when he first arrived in his foster home, but now seems to have adjusted well. He gets along great with the other dogs. But he ran into a cat at the dogtor and did not like the cat at all!! He is housebroken, but needs reminders not to mark the furniture. He wore a belly band his first couple of days here, but hasnt needed one since then. He LOVES to be outside! He also rides well in the car, and walks well (shorter walks) on a leash. Oliver came with some sore teeth, and has been eating soft food. His dental was done yesterday and he lost a few, not all, of his teeth. He also had a couple of lesions removed, but this morning he is back to being himself. He is still eating soft food due to some stitches in his mouth. He is quite happy napping in your lap or napping on the floor. His former owner says he can sit pretty which means he sits up. It is ADORABLE! He also knows how to do dog puzzles, but we have not tried that yet. In his foster home, he has access to an open door crate and he naps or sleeps in it.

Oliver is ready to find his furever home to spend his remaining senior years. He is a pleasant, sweet senior who will give lots of kisses!! He is a low maintenance dog! If your interested in this sweetie email foster parents at CTWard@aol.com or fill out an application at www.uyr.us.

Initial Bio 5/12/22

Oliver has just come into rescue, stay tuned as we get to know him better.


To date we've spent $863.2 on Oliver's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: CTWard@aol.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Oliver click here.
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Kentucky
Ralphie (Ruby)

Ralphie is a 9 year old 12 pound Yorkie/Poodle Mix boy who is being fostered near Elizabethtown, KY

Ralphie is Bonded to Ruby and the MUST be adopted together

THANK YOU TO RALPHIE'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Kathy Riggs

Initial Bio 5/12/22

Ralphie and Ruby have just came into Rescue stay tuned as their Foster Parents get to know them better.


To date we've spent $414.66 on Ralphie (Ruby)'s vet bills, but with your support we've collected $100 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: mrspak1990@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Ralphie (Ruby) click here.
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Kentucky
Ruby (Ralphie)

Ruby is a 9 year old 8 pound Yorkie/Poodle Mix girl who is being fostered near Elizabethtown, KY

Ruby is bonded to Ralphie and the MUST be adopted together

THANK YOU TO RUBY'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Kathy Riggs

Initial Bio 5/12/22

Ruby and Ralphie have just came into Rescue stay tuned as their Foster Parents get to know them better.


To date we've spent $178.86 on Ruby (Ralphie)'s vet bills, but with your support we've collected $100 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: mrspak1990@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Ruby (Ralphie) click here.
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Tennessee
Daisy Mae

Daisy Mae is a 14 yr old (estimated) yorkie being fostered near Ashland City,TN.

Out of State Applicants will be considered if it is the perfect fit for Daisy Mae

THANK YOU TO DAISY MAE'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Karry Rogers, Allison Triplett, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Terry Lynne Trantham

Initial Bio 5/12/22

Daisy Mae came to United Yorkie Rescue from an Animal Welfare Shelter in Georgia who reached out to for this sweet girl who had been used as a Puppy Mill momma. They took care of all her shots, removed her Mammary Tumors and they also spayed and microchipped her. She is very malnourished and has severe dental disease so they wanted a rescue to take over to get her rehabilitated so she could have a forever home and live out the rest of her life loved and cared for. She has had to have her hair cut as it was severely matted and when she visited our vet we discovered she had really bad ear infections. She was given medication for the ears and will have a recheck on the 15th. She is also on an antibiotic for her bad teeth and she will have her much needed dental on the 15th. Daisy Mae also suffered from arthritis and walks right now with a bit of a hunch back. She also flinches to being touched. She is on pain medication to help with the arthritis and Foster Mom is working with her to get used to being petted and loved on. She enjoys exploring outside in the yard and she eats very well. Foster mom is working on getting her to a good weight. If you would like to donate to her much needed special care please click on the paypal link below.


To date we've spent $272.22 on Daisy Mae's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $175 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: mandymsmith1@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Daisy Mae click here.
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Tennessee
Jackey Boy

Jackey Boy is a Corgi/Terrier mix who is estimated to be 8 years old, he weighs 12pounds and is being fostered near Murfreesboro, TN. He can only be adopted within 200 miles of his foster home.

THANK YOU TO JACKEY BOY'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Sandy Pagnotta, Shawn Hudson

Updated Bio 5/20/22

Jackey Boy is a beautiful boy, weighing 12lbs. He is approximately 8 years young and is being fostered in Murfreesboro, TN. Jackey Boy will need to be adopted no more than 200 miles from his foster home.

Jackey Boy is a loving little boy who gets along famously with his foster brothers and sister. He loves to run and play with his toys. He especially loves soft squishy toys and balls he can carry around with him. He has a sweet disposition and enjoys car rides with his foster parents. He loves to cuddle and sleep next to his human all night. Jackey Boy is house trained and is ok with a crate when his foster parents go out on the town.

Jackey Boy visited the Veterinarian on 5/10 and received his vaccinations and a microchip. On 5/18 he was neutered and had his teeth cleaned. No extractions for this guy. Jackey Boy does have a fluid filled skin pouch on his neck and this was drained by the Veterinarian. Not sure what this is but most likely from an untreated abscess. We will check that again on our follow up visit. Jackey Boy does have glaucoma. Unfortunately, it was not treated early and Jackey does not have sight in his right eye. He has limited sight in his left eye, but this does not slow him down. He makes up for his lack of vision with his keen sense of hearing and smell. That is why God gave us 5 senses right? He is receiving eye drops for the glaucoma and we will discuss the progress he is making at his follow up visit in a couple of weeks. Jackeys blood work was pretty good, and he is on a multivitamin for a low red blood cell count. No biggie says the Vet. Of course, Jackey Boy will need to stay on his heartworm and flea and tick medications. We will be excited to update everyone after Jackey Boys follow up visit.

If you want a best bud, please contact Jackey Boy foster dad at jam4bama@unitedyorkierescue.org or submit an adoption application at www.unitedyorkierescue.

Initial Bio 4/27/22

Jackey Boy is a super sweet dog. He loves to play and acts like a puppy. He is obsessed with balls and will roll the ball to you when he wants you to throw it. He also enjoys other toys that has a squeaker in it. Jackey Boy gets along great with other dogs and is not an alpha at all. He likes to sleep in a bed next to his persons bed and so far doesnt want to sleep with foster mom. He does have eye issues and will be checked out by the Dogtor on the 16 of May. His sight is hindered a bit but he does have a great since of smell and super hearing and can do most anything other dogs do and gets around just fine. So far we have learned that he does not have separation anxiety and just chills while foster mom is at work. Jackey is a happy boy who just wants to be loved and play. We are not sure why he found himself homeless and in a shelter and never claimed but we are happy to help him find his new home. Stay tuned for more as we get to know him better.


To date we've spent $684.15 on Jackey Boy's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $145 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: jam4bama@unitedyorkierescue.org.

To fill out the adoption application for Jackey Boy click here.
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Tennessee
Kobe

Kobe is an adorable 11.5 pound male yorkie who is 11years old and is being fostered near Murfreesboro, TN Kobe will need to be adopted no more than 200 miles from his current Foster Home

THANK YOU TO KOBE'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Juan Morales, Juan Morales, Terry Lynne Trantham

Updated bio 5/12/22

Kobe is a loving little boy who gets along famously with his foster brothers and sister. He loves to run and play with his toys. He especially loves soft and squishy toys he can carry around with him. He has a sweet disposition and enjoys car rides with his foster parents. He likes to shop at Marshals and TJ Maxx and is always the hit of the store. He enjoys spending his evenings watching TLC and Bravo with his foster mom. He loves to cuddle and sleep next to his human all night. Kobe seldom has accidents but may need reinforcement in a new home. He is ok with a crate when his foster parents go out on the town.

Kobe is up to date on all his vaccinations, hes microchipped and is neutered. Kobe does have a history of bladder stones and had surgery to remove several. After his surgery it was recommended Kobe take Potassium Citrate with Cranberry to prevent their return and continue with a special urinary diet. Kobe does have a heart murmur (3/6) and takes Enalapril to keep him running with his friends. He had his teeth cleaned by the Veterinarian and they are just perfect.

If you want a best bud, please contact Kobes foster dad at jam4bama@unitedyorkierescue.org or submit an adoption application at www.unitedyorkierescue.

05-02-2022

Kobe has recovered well from his surgery performed on 04-13-2022. An analysis of the bladder stones removed was performed on 04-14-2022 and a follow-up urinalysis was completed on 04-26-2022. The veterinarian recommended that he start treatment with Potassium Citrate with Cranberry to prevent the formation of bladder stones in the future. He has started this treatment and is tolerating it very well. Kobe is ready for adoption and if you need further information, you can contact the foster dad at jam4bama@unitedyorkierescue.org. or submit an adoption application at www.unitedyorkierescue.org.

Updated Bio 4/11/22

Kobe is an adorable 11.5-pound male Yorkie who is 10 years old. He is currently being fostered in Murfreesboro, TN. He was surrendered to UYR after his previous owners were unable to care for him due to personal reasons.

Kobe is up to date on his heartworm prevention along with his necessary vaccinations, microchipped and is neutered. Since he has been with his foster family, he has adjusted very well to living with 3 other yorkies after being an only pet for the last 10 years. His foster parents are excited to see Kobes personality emerge from being quiet to running around with a toy in his jaw or chasing the other yorkies in the yard.

Kobe was evaluated on 03-09-2022 by the foster parents veterinarian which included x-rays and lab work. The veterinarian diagnosed him with a 3/6 heart murmur, kidney and bladder stones and a urinary tract infection (UTI). The veterinarian outlined a treatment plan for the foster parent to follow which included another examination in 30 days.

Enalapril to manage his rapid breathing and heart murmur. Kobe has responded very well to this treatment and will continue with this medication.

Special urinary diet to try to help and dissolve his kidney and bladder stones. The latest x-ray did not show that the stones had been dissolved. Kobe is scheduled for surgery in the coming week to remove the bladder stones. Kobe will need to continue the special urinary diet to prevent future development of bladder stones.

An antibiotic for his UTI. Kobe responded well to the treatment based on a recent urinalysis sample obtained on 03-24-2022.

Kobe has begun preventive treatment for fleas/ticks.

Dental cleaning scheduled in the coming week.

Kobe will be ready for adoption as soon as he recovers from his surgery. He is a SUPER sweet boy who needs a wonderful forever home. Since Kobe has not been around children for the past 11 years, we cannot assess his behavior toward children. We do know that he likes to be around other small dogs, play with small stuffed toys, loves car rides, and snuggle in bed. If you are interested in adopting this amazing boy, please contact his foster dad at jam4bama@unitedyorkierescue.org for more information or submit an adoption application at www.unitedyorkierescue.org.

Updated bio 3/9/22

Kobe was evaluated by the foster parents veterinarian which included x-rays and lab work. The veterinarian has diagnosed him with a 3/6 heart murmur, kidney and bladder stones and a urinary tract infection (UTI). He has been prescribed Enalapril to manage his rapid breathing and heart murmur, special urinary diet to try to help and dissolve his kidney and bladder stones and an antibiotic for his UTI. Kobe has begun preventive treatment for fleas/ticks.

Due to Kobes medical challenges, the veterinarian is recommending adoption process be put on hold and we will reevaluate in one month.

Initial Bio 3/5/22

Meet Kobe. He was surrendered to UYR after his previous owners were unable to care for him due to personal reasons. Kobe is up to date on his heart worm prevention along with his necessary vaccinations and is neutered. Since he has been with his new foster family, he is adjusting to living with 3 other older Yorkies after being the only pet for the last 10yrs. His foster parents are excited to see Kobes emerging personality. At this moment Kobe is not ready for adoption until he has been fully vetted by the foster parents veterinarian.


To date we've spent $1703.54 on Kobe's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $215.92 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: jam4bama@unitedyorkierescue.org.

To fill out the adoption application for Kobe click here.
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Tennessee
Sassy

Sassy is a sweet 1 year old (estimated) 10 pound Yorkie Mix being fostered near Ashland City,TN.

Out of State Applicants will be considered if it is the perfect fit for Sassy

Initial Bio 5/12/22

Sassy has just came into rescue. Stay tuned for an update after her vet appointment on the 16th.


To date we've spent $54.9 on Sassy's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: mandymsmith1@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Sassy click here.
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Texas
Bella Stella

Meet Bella Stella, a sweet 11 year old, 15 pound chunky little Yorkie girl being fostered in Azle, TX. Only TX residents will be considered. Bella came in with her sister, Bessie.


To date we've spent $359.54 on Bella Stella's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkierescue60@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Bella Stella click here.
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Texas
Bessie

Meet Besslie, a sweet 11 year old, 9 pound Yorkie girl being fostered in Azle, TX. Only TX applicants will be considered.


To date we've spent $256.63 on Bessie's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkierescue60@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Bessie click here.
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Davey
Texas
Davey

Meet sweet Davey, a very ill little Yorkie boy who is being fostered in Azle, TX. Right now, Davey went right to the Emergency Critical Care facility in Dallas where he is being treated for kidney failure and pancreatitis. He will not be available for adoption for some time until we get his little body back on track.

THANK YOU TO DAVEY'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Cheryl Scrupski, Lauren Satterfield, Jorge Ochoa, Karry Rogers, Holly Keller, Sandy Pagnotta, Karen and Tim McKeand, Alex LeBlanc, Barbara Burgess, John Sauser, Pam Roberts, Allison Triplett, Pam Roberts, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Lauren Radencic, Charles Shoemaker, Renee Sova, Jocelyn Johnson, Debra Hess, Pam Roberts, Barbara Burgess, Carlyn Costa, Gaynl Smith, Allison Triplett, Sandy Pagnotta, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Cheryl Scrupski, Wendy Henry, Emily Koeppel, Evelyn Greer, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Shawn Hudson, Lindy Long, Mahmoud Loghman-Adham, John Sauser, Pam Roberts, Holly Stavis, Pam Roberts, Don O'Brien

THANK YOU TO THE RESCUE ANGELS WHO DONATED TO DAVEY'S GOFUNDME FUNDRAISER!

Sandra Wendt, Ginger Mills, Cheryl Scrupski, Cindy Mitchell-Clark, Annette Weeks, Kelly Bruce, Mary Matejka, Ula Fronczyk, Jackie Sorrells, Bret Park, Leslie Corbell, Valarie Vaughan, Lisa Laderman, Jama Sommers, Liesl Okuda, Terry Danner, Janet Davidson, Amy Ashford, Maria Littlefield, Tara Davis, Ronni Ascagni, Lyn Loiselle Greenspan, Karry Rogers, Alexa Socha Rowan, Kelly Bruce, Barbara Behrens, Taren Hill, Chris Ahern, Kim Maise

Upate 3/20/22: Davey is doing great! Thanks to everyone that donated and helped with his vet bills these past months. Davey is maintaining is weight; he had a checkup last month and received a good report. He still has chronic kidney disease and foster mom monitors his fluid intake and eating habits. Davey continues to eat his prescription dog food to control his kidney disease. He is happy, healthy and a typical dog enjoying his life from the comfort of foster moms lap. Davey will continue to be monitored by the vet and stay on his special prescription diet for the reminder of his life. United Yorkie Rescue appreciates all the donations made to help this guy live out his life happy and healthy.

UPDATE November 13, 2021 We have good news and potentially bad news about Davey. Keep in mind, this boy is a fighter. The great news is that the CT Scan showed that Davey did not have a mass behind his eye but instead he has an abscess that appears to be coming from his mouth. This is good news. Once the abscess was confirmed, the hospital started Davey on IV antibiotics and hoped he might be eating by today. A call from the veterinary internist this morning was not as good. The swelling in Daveys face and around the eye has began to go down but the eye itself will not close. The vet staff are keeping his eye lubricated and the ophthalmologist is working with his team to try to save the eye. The internist needs to keep Davey in the hospital and hopes that they will see some improvement in the swelling as the day goes on. The abscess is being cultured and we hope to learn soon what type of infection he is fighting. The other good news is that Daveys fever is gone however, the vet did blood work and his sugar levels are a little low but that could be due to him not eating for several days however the vet is keeping a close eye on him. On Monday, the veterinarian team will make a decision about Daveys eye if the swelling has not subsided. They may need to take the eye out and clean out all the infection but we are in a holding pattern until then. This little guy is being kept comfortable the most important part - and receiving lots of care. Please continue to support United Yorkie Rescue. If the vet team needs to do surgery on Monday, that will be another expense for this little guy plus continued support in the hospital. As we come up on this Thanksgiving season and the spirit of giving, we would appreciate you thinking of us as we continue to help Davey fight off this infection. We appreciate all of you that have given to this guy and for your positive thoughts and continued prayers. We still need your help and ask that you consider giving to United Yorkie Rescue. Continue to send prayers and positive thoughts for this little fighter.

Updated bio 11/11/21 Davey update - We need your help again with this little guy!!!! Davey has been doing great until yesterday, November 10, 2021. Foster mom noticed he was not acting like himself and with his history of kidney disease and pancreatitis, she was not taking any chances and had him in the vet that morning. Daveys temperature was 104 and his blood work showed he had an infection somewhere but the vet was not sure where. The vet started him on an antibiotic and told Foster Mom to watch him and call if he was not better the next morning.

This morning, November 11, 2021, foster mom immediately saw that Davey had a problem with his right eye. It was protruding a bit and oozing. Foster Mom had Davey back in the vet before 9 a.m. The pressure in his right eye was very high and when the vet tried to get him into an ophthalmologist, they could not see him so the Daveys wonderful veterinarian suggested I get him in through the animal emergency. If you have never had a dog with a bulging eye, it is very, very painful. Foster Mom took Davey to the animal emergency room/hospital. The vet ophthalmologists, located at the ER hospital, were in surgery so the Emergency room vet sent Daveys records with a tech to the operating room for the ophthalmologist to look at. Ophthalmology, internal medicine, and the emergency vet all agreed that Davey needed to be hospitalized for pain control and he needed a scan to see what is going on behind the eye. His scan is scheduled for tomorrow morning.

Right now, we have incurred a $1,000 emergency room vet bill for today, and the scan will be about $2500 and this does not include the treatment once the vets figure out what is going on with this little 5 pound guy. Davey is a fighter. He fought through pancreatitis, his kidney disease is now well managed through diet and his personality is one that he does not realize he is only 5 pounds. We really need your help financially to continue to treat Davey. As long as Davey wants to fight, we are going to help him and give him every opportunity to beat whatever is going on with him. As always, we so appreciate our donors and every little bit will help. You can go to our website at www.uyr.us to make a donation for Davey. Thank you again for all your help and prayers that this little guy will continue to fight.

10/3/21: Davey is doing much better now. Davey was released from the ER on August 25, 2021 and went back to his original foster mom. The ER wanted to leave the feeding tube in Davey because he was not eating well but UYR decided not to do that and believed he would improve once he was in his foster home. Prior to foster mom picking him up, an appointment was made for Davey to see the regular vet. Davey immediately recognized foster mom when she got him from the ER. Two days later he was seeing the vet. More blood work was done and the vet suggested a liquid nutritional supplement for foster mom to syringe into Davey if he did not eat. Foster mom was also syringing water into Davey several times a day. Daveys blood work showed his kidneys were still not doing well so the vet called a canine nutritionist for a consult to determined the best diet for him since he had pancreatitis and poor kidney function. The vet told foster mom to put Davey on a hepatic food and come back in one month. Dave has been eating canned hepatic food, warmed up of course, and is drinking better but foster mom is still syringing water into him to make sure he is getting enough fluids. Davey will return to the vet in a few days for more blood work and a check up. This little guy has really fought to make it and it shows. He is running, and barking and has decided he will be the alpha even with foster moms 50lb dog. He is eating well and drinking water better but still needs to have water syringed. UYR still needs your help. UYR has spent over $6,000 on this little guy. UYR continues to pay for his vet bills, blood work, prescription food and medical necessities. We so appreciate the people who have donated to this little guy so that we could save his life. Without our wonderful donners, Davey would not have continued to enjoy his life. Davey spends a lot of time in foster moms lap, even when she is working. Davey lets foster mom know he is waiting to be picked up by barking at her. He also barks at her when he is hungry or needs to go outside. Please continue to help us help Davey by donating to UYR. Every little bit helps whether it is $10 or more if you can. Thank you for your continued support and keep checking back for more Davey updates!!!!

08/24/21: Davey is now being fed with a tube inserted into his stomach. We have recently had an ultrasound performed and have pulled some specific tests which are quite costly and have sent off for answers, We are addressing the issues pertaining to his pancreas, kidneys, GI tract and small intestine. Davey is being tube fed as he continues to refuse food and is dropping in weight. Please help if possible. UYR has quite a few medically needy babies at the moment so your donations are greatly appreciated to help any and all of our babies. Thank you and bless you all!

08/21/21: Meet sweet, sweet Davey. Davey originally came to United Yorkie Rescue in December 2018 and was adopted by a loving family in January 2019. Davey's foster mom received a tearful phone call on August 20, 2021 from Davey's family saying they were in the Emergency Room with Davey and the vet staff were currently working on him. Davey had some mild kidney issues when he was adopted but the kidney issues worsened over the past 2-1/2 years. Davey's family has gone through enormous hardship with COVID hitting. They suffered job loss and most recently loss of their home resulting in living with other family members. Davey's family said that he was barely breathing and not moving, his blood pressure was almost non-existent and the vet team was unable to draw his blood. They immediately started him on fluids as he was severely dehydrated and his kidneys were failing. While the vet team worked on him, they informed his family that he was critical and they would need to keep him. The cost to get him well was more than his family could afford so they did the most loving thing that a family can do and reached out to UYR and asked to surrender him back to us to save his life. UYR immediately went into action after the surrender and began working with the animal emergency team to save his life. Little Davey has dropped from 7 pounds to 4 pounds and his kidney function has declined over the past two years. Davey is improving a little. He is standing and perking up but will not eat and the diarrhea continues. Kidney values are improving but it's been 4 days not and we have to see if he can process foods. The emergency team will be inserting a feeding tube to get Davey the nourishment he needs and the medical bills are continuing to climb to well over $5000. Today he is thinner and very sick. We need your help to save Davey's life. Please consider donating toward his care and help us get him on the road to recovery. Use the DONATE link below this bio content and thank you as always for your help.


To date we've spent $14538.05 on Davey's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $4877.5 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkierescue60@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Davey click here.
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Emmitt
Texas
Emmitt TX

Meet Emmitt, a sweet 7 month old, 7 pound Yorkie Mix being fostered in Euless, TX. Must be adopted within the state of Texas.

THANK YOU TO EMMITT'S RESCUE ANGELS!

David Lavine, Pam Roberts

5/13/22 Update: Emmitt is a wonderful dog that loves to cuddle and lay in your lap, but he also loves to play with his foster brother. With that being said Emmitt will do good in a home with another dog. He loves going on walks is good on a leash. He loves to give you kisses.

Initial Bio 4/3/22: Emmitt is a sweet, loving, energetic 7 month old boy who loves to play around with another yorkie that is 3 years old. Emmitt loves to go on walks and play at the dog park. He enjoys toys that squeak. He barks at every sound he hears and we are working on that to correct him. He would do best In a home with other fur siblings around his age. He also loves to to curl up in your lap and lay next to you while you're either watching tv or going to bed. Emmitt is working on his housetraining; he will potty on the pee pee pads. Emmitt gets along with children that are 12 and older.


To date we've spent $840.48 on Emmitt TX's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $125 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkiefamous88@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Emmitt TX click here.
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Texas
Gigi


To date we've spent $0 on Gigi's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: uyrtxrom@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Gigi click here.
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Krissi
Texas
Krissi

Meet Krissi, a sweet 3 year old, 11 pound Yorkie girl being fostered in Belton, TX. Only TX applicants will be considered.

<>THANK YOU TO KRISSI'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Sandy Pagnotta

Initial Bio 3/23/22: Meet sweet little Krissi. She is just full of love at the sweet age of 3 and so respectful and full of manners! Krissi deserves someone who has a lot of time to spend with her. She is completely housetrained and she is so easy to please and so incredibly sweet. I do think she would even be a good option for an older person or someone who's disabled. Very gentle and runs to you when you call her name.

She is a good little girl and had good manners in other households. Recently we visited with family who also had 3 dogs and 2 teenagers making her a great option for a family too. She is not a yappy little girl either. She has a lovely bark that she only uses to alert when someone comes in then she quiets right down.

Literally this is the perfect dog. She will check the fence regularly for holes so it needs to be very secure and she does occasionally try to steal things from the bathroom trash but she's not bad about it.

She's healing up well from her spay and her cherry eye is responding well. This angel is ready for applications and ready for her home. Please click on the application below is you feel you have the perfect home full of love for this baby girl.


To date we've spent $701.12 on Krissi's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $25 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: jillianm486@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Krissi click here.
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Leo
Texas
Leo TX

Meet Leo, a sweet 7 pound Yorkie boy estimated to be 8 years old is being fostered in Fort Worth, TX. Only Texas residents will be considered.

THANK YOU TO LEO'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Yvette Vangeloff, Wendy Henry, Cheryl Scrupski, Patsy Martin, David Lavine

Initial Bio 4/22/22: Precious little Leo came to us from an area shelter. This little boy did not have the best life at all. He was not neutered, had so many burrs, smelled so so bad and his teeth were just horrendous!! With all this in mind, Leo was full of love!! All he wants is your lap or to be near you. This baby is really potty-trained as I never have a mess to pick up. I do keep a belly band on him and very seldom is it wet, so I assume it's my fault if that happens. Leo, just like all the other babies loves the outside. They love to sit on the porch while the weather is nice, so to go potty is a fun thing for him. We had all of his vetting done which included immunizations, neuter and having all but 4 teeth pulled! I know this baby feels so much better now. In fact, during his neuter they were checking his teeth and their mobility... they were falling into their hands they were so bad! Now... he's healthy and a very happy sweet love!

Leo would adapt in most homes. He gets along with everyone and cats are included. He deserves to have someone that can give him some one on one love and be home most of the time. We have many that are ready for adoption and others coming into rescue daily. I want to also thank you all and bless all of you who have helped with these babies' medical care. You allow us to make the difference in these babies' lives where humans have failed. You make their future possible.

If you think Leo is perfect for you, please fill out the application below


To date we've spent $1307.35 on Leo TX's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $335 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: Yorkiefostertx@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Leo TX click here.
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Paris
Texas
Paris

Meet Paris, a very sweet 5 year old, 15 pound little girl being fostered in Georgetown, TX. Only TX applicants will be considered.

THANK YOU TO PARIS' RESCUE ANGELS!

Jessica Gibson, Wendy Fuhrmaneck

THANK YOU TO PARIS' FACEBOOK DONORS!

Karry Rogers, Alexa Socha Rowan

Update 5/13/22: Great news for Paris. She had her cardiology appointment with further testing and she is a healthy little girl. On May 20 she will be spayed and then she will be ready for a new family.

Her new family should be ready to have this sweet girl follow them from room to room, sit as close as she can when you are sitting and snuggle with you at night.

Paris loves loves her walks. She does well with other dogs in the home but it will take a few days for her to accept that they will be there also then she is very very tolerant. At the moment foster mom has 5 dogs all sizes and ages and she does excellent with them. Her previous family mentioned she didnt play with other dogs but she has started playing with the Yorkies. When her and the other dogs have treats or bones she doesnt even mind when they try to take hers. Of course she wont let them have it (lol) Paris is very laid back when there is a lot of activity maybe like children running around or other dogs running around and playing. She is used to children since her family had 4 all ages. Foster mom hasnt observed around other children but did see her with her previous family.

There are things that she will need possible training such as walking on her leash... she will get protective and lunge at other people and dogs. She would be easy to train because when foster mom makes her sit and say no she moves along. Riding in the car she is good for the first 5 minutes then cries because she thinks she should be where she is going (lol). She does eventually lay down to sleep but it is interesting that when the car stops at a light she immediately gets up and gets protective when looking out the window especially when there is a car next to her. This could be that when she was in the car at some point either kids or someone knocked on the window and that frightened her. These will take training and a little patience because that is her only concerns and she has a gentle soul and just loves loves to be loved.

A wonderful home for Paris would be a family that is home most of the time so she wont be left alone and can go for daily walks and if retired can take her on family trips. She had to spend a lot of time alone due her previous family active working life and transferring for careers. If you think Paris can be your new family please go to UYR.org and complete your application.

Update 4/25/22: During the process of Paris' vetting, her vet noticed a possible irregular heartbeat so UYR asked for an EKG just to be sure this little girl will have a happy healthy future life. The EKG showed a second degree AV block so she will be seeing a cardiologist on 5/13 for further tests which will include an Echo, bloodwork and thorough exam by a specialist.

Paris is 5.5 years old and has a wonderful future being with a family that cant get enough love from her. She loves her foster family and follows them room to room, snuggles at night and loves loves her daily walks. She is good with children and hangs out with her foster dog siblings but would be a wonderful family member if you are looking for a fun baby to take on trips, or just hang out. Please go to Unitedyorkierescue.org to complete your application to see if Paris can be the next furbaby for your family.

Initial Bio/4/11. Meet Paris, a sweet sweet Yorkie Poo who is 5 years old and is 15lbs of love. She came to our foster on 4/10 so her foster family is still getting to know and love her. Even in just 1 day we see that she loves a back yard, loves to go for long walks and is a smuggler.

Her family loved her enough to realize that with their very hectic schedule and moving for employment opportunities it wasnt fair to her to be in an apartment by herself most of the day and with another move coming they will be moving into another apartment and she will again be spending most of her day waiting for them to come home. You can see that they showered her with love because she loves to be next to you and be close.

Paris is wonderful around children since her family had 4 and she is good around other dogs. She would be fine with another sibling but her family said she doesnt play with other dogs. Paris is young so she will adapt in time and with a lot of patience and someone to spend time with her she will fit into a new life style.

Her vetting will begin this week with her first trip to her vet to complete her shot series and prepare for her spay surgery.

Paris would be a wonderful companion to travel in your RV, to take on long walks and enjoy a real sweet laid back little girl. If you think you have the ideal home for Paris, please complete an online adoption application using the link below this bio.


To date we've spent $702 on Paris 's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $140 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: uyrtxbets@gmail.com .

To fill out the adoption application for Paris click here.
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Texas
Polly


To date we've spent $0 on Polly's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkierescuetexas@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Polly click here.
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Texas
Rusty TX

Meet Rusty TX, a precious 6 year old, 5 pound boy being fostered in Garland, TX. Only Texas applicants will be considered.

Update 5/14/22: Rusty is an adorable boy being fostered by United Yorkie rescue in Garland, TX. Rusty weighed a whopping 4.7 pounds at this doctor’s visit recently. His birthdate is December 19th, 2015, making him a young 7 years old. Rusty came to us from his owner, who could no longer care for Rusty due to surgery, and because he recently began to have physical problems.

Rusty has a frequent head tilt and a sideways gait. He gets where he wants to be and certainly lets his wants and needs be known. He sleeps all night in his little play pen with his toys and blankie. When you put him to bed and tuck him under his blanket, he drops right off to sleep with the cutest expression. He is the sweetest little boy. He is gaining confidence in his foster home. His injury in no way affects his cognizance or thinking. He is a very smart little boy. He is comfortable being petted and carried, and will lay in your lap forever if you are rubbing his ears (his favorite), or scratching his back. He just looks at you so adoringly, and who can resist that sweet face! He is not a big snuggler, but he does love to be in your lap for short periods.

Rusty loves to eat and always wants to get in on the treats. Due to coming from an only dog home, he is not interactive with the other dogs in the home, but he gets along well with all of them. However, we do prefer a home for Rusty where he can be loved, catered to, and to and get all the loving as an only dog. He is leash trained, and potty trained. He prefers to use a potty pad versus going outside for his business and is very good to go to his pad. He likes to go outside to look around, but will most likely do his business on his potty pad instead. Rusty cannot be adopted into a home with children under the age of 12.

When frightened or anxious, Rusty spins, but if you gently place your hand on him and talk softly to him, the spinning stops and he focuses on you instead. He must be gently handled to risk further injury to his neck.

If you think you are the perfect loving home for special little Rusty, please go to the “Adoption Application” below this bio. When your application is received and reviewed, you will be contacted by Rusty’s foster home to learn more about this little boy. We always check personal references, veterinary references, and do an in-home visit prior to any adoptions. If you live out of state, we do require that you fly or drive to the foster’s location to meet Rusty to see if he is the perfect fit. He must fly inside the plane cabin with you in an under the seat airline approved carrier. If you want to ask questions about Rusty, please contact his foster at jackies@unitedyorkierescue.com.

Initial Bio 4/30/22: Omgoodness... we have another tiny! Meet Rusty, a little 6yr old, 4lb cutie. Rusty comes to us as an owner surrender. He was loved so so much. His owner had been trying to care for this baby when her knees were bone on bone. She patiently waited until I could fly him here. This little baby has a few issues we are working on. He is starting his vetting this week.

He was receiving cold laser therapy on his neck. We see 2 diagnoses...one is vestibular and another was a possible trauma. Since he's been in our care we see him turn his head and only walk in a circle if agitated or maybe scared. He does walk and run with a left side gait. He's a happy little boy and his tail wags constantly! He comes and tells me when it's time to eat as he's a very good eater . He will whine as well to tell me if he needs something. Rusty is very independent and very smart. He prefers potty pads but likes going outside. This angel baby also loves to be covered and wrapped in blankets for bed and will sleep all night.

Please watch for an update with his vetting. Meanwhile, we will be taking applications for this sweet punkin.


To date we've spent $0 on Rusty TX's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: jackies@unitedyorkierescue.org.

To fill out the adoption application for Rusty TX click here.
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Sundae
Texas
Sundae "SUNDANCE"

Meet Sundae "SUNDANCE", a very sweet Yorkie girl at about 3-4 years of age and weighing 7 pounds. She is being fostered in McKinney, TX. Only TX applicants will be considered.

THANK YOU TO SUNDAE'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Catherine Hite, Sandy Pagnotta, Lauren Satterfield, Todd and Dawn Rountree

THANK YOU TO SUNDAE'S FACEBOOK DONORS!

Donna Nixon, Cathey Hodge, Tricia Padberg, Ann Brown Underwood, Wendy Bolton-Morrison, Betty Valdes, Janet Wannamaker, Karry Rogers, Theresa McDivitt, Jackie Pittenger, Stephanie Morgan, Cindy O'Malley, Candace Kerr, Alexa Socha Rowan, Lise Hull, Jane St. John, Amy Babin

Update 5/3/22: Im so excited to give yall my pupdate. The results of my biopsy have arrived. They did not see any cancerous cells in their findings. I just have a really wonky hip joint but it doesnt bother me at all. I can walk on all 4 legs just fine and you wouldnt know anything was different; I dont limp or favor any legs when going at a leisurely walk. Now when I get excited and decide I need to walk faster or run Ill lift that back leg up to move. I still can run pretty quick too with just 3 legs. I guess you can say Im a part time tripod.

FM made an appointment so I can get spayed later on this month and she says that I will get microchipped at that time. She isnt sure about if I need a dental and shell talk with the Dogter when I go for my spay. Im so glad I wont have to have and take care of puppies ever again. Ive decided to become a Champion Barker at all thunder. I guess because it does go away after I bark. I must scare it away. There are certain kitchen noises that I like to bark at too. The beeps of the small convection oven when it is preheated, someone digging ice cubes out of the freezer and the microwave beeps are just a few things I like to bark at. I dont bark at the doorbell ringing but will bark whenever my foster brothers bark at squirrels, rabbits and the occasional roadrunner they see out the window, I dont see the squirrels as I havent figured out how to get up on that part of the couch but I just gotta help them defend our home. Oh, I do not like leashes if they get near my toofers. Ive been know to destroy a leash in 5 minutes flat if I get ahold of one. My harness manners are so-so. Thats something I still try and control cuz I am not used to being in a harness and leash, but with consistent practice Ill have excellent walking manners I think.

Im still on my new journey of discovery. About what it is to be a little thats loved, fed great nourishing food and cared for. Theres still so much for me to learn about the world, whats right to do, whats wrong to do but FM says Im a very smart girl and that potty thing is coming along. Still far from perfect but much better than 3 weeks ago. I love sleeping with my Yorkie Foster Brother. Sometimes youll find us back to back or butt to butt. Hes a pretty mellow old guy and I can be a bit bossy too. I love to steal my other FBs toys and he lets me tee heeGIRLS RULE.

Im gaining a little weight but sure could gain a just a little more. Im not a kissy girl yet but I do give FM some licks on her hands. I love to sleep right next to her and when we wake up, I do my downward doggie yoga pose and then I body nuzzle her to let her know its time to start a new day. She tells me that every day is an adventure for me to discover. Life is so good and wonderful for me these days.

Thank you for the continued monetary support that has helped me so much with all my health needs. We sincerely do appreciate all of your generosity and love that you send my way.

Sundance

Update 4/23/22: Hello everyone, Sundae aka Sundance here and Foster Mom said I could write my pupdate this time so here goes.

Last Friday I went to the Dogter for the very first time ever. When UYR came to our rescue on 4/8/2022...my 5 friends and me...the people who were caring for us couldnt provide any records. My Dogter's appointment was on Good Friday 4/15/2022. It was kinda scary because I didnt know what to expect and FM wanted them to check my right back leg cuz every time I walk fast, trot or run I magically turn into a tripod. So I got a lot of shots and stuff in my nose but now I am UTD with everything that should have been taken care of in my prior life. So the Dogter says Im 5 years old and I weigh a measly 7.7 pounds. They want me to gain a little weight but I am a great eater of kibble and cookies so that wont be a problem. I love my kibble and especially the treats, they are so yummy.

The Clinic took an X-ray of my hip and called FM up. My femoral head, or ball, of the hip joint looked really wonky, it looked kinda like the moon's surface but with a lot of craters real close together. Now they say there were a couple of reasons why it may look like this. I could have injured it in my younger life somehow and it was never taken care of or it could be something with my genetics that caused it. It looked so bad that the Dogter, FM and FMom's Team Leader (BOSS, teehee) discussed what we should do. They were saying something about a FHO surgery which sounded sort of complicated but really isnt but the healing time would take a while for me to totally recover from the surgery. I guess they all decided this is what I should get so they started talking about when. Naturally it takes a while to get an appointment with the Orthopedic Surgeon with the clinic. I guess that Dogter must do a lot of surgeries there. So I go home with some Gabapentine for pain relief and FM is reading everything she can about this type of surgery and she was ready to do everything and anything that she had to do to help me recover to the best I could with the FHO surgery.

In the early evening on Easter Sunday the Dogter at the clinic called FMs boss up with some great news. What Dogter works on Easter? The Orthopedic Surgeon could do the surgery on Monday if FM could get me there by 8AM. FM took a look at me as she answered, Absolutely. I do have to give a shout out about my Dogter Leigh who worked on Easter to be able to get me in so quickly with the Orthopedic Surgeon that they use. What dedication she has for UYR and the rescue/foster pups that they take care of with so much kindness and great love that they show us puppers with UYR.

So come Monday we get there and I get checked in. FM knew it would be a while so she went home and got the house ready for my return home later that afternoon. She blew up the aero bed so we could still sleep together and I could still be close to the floor even though she planned to leash me up to her all night long. That sure sounded like a whole lot of fun. Now here comes some ok news and some not ok news. The Orthopedic Surgeon felt that a FHO surgery wouldnt be that beneficial for me because I probably wouldnt get any better range of motion in that joint than I already have. They felt that because Ive lived with this for a while and I navigate well as a Tripod all the time and I dont appear to be in any pain that it would be best just to leave it alone. That was the ok news. The not so ok news is that they wanted to do a biopsy just to rule out the C word. So thats what they did. I guess they take a piece of bone from that crazy looking hip ball joint and send it off someplace to get the results of the bone they took out. I came home groggy with 4 stitches, swollen in the spot they got the biopsy from and in pain. FM thought I wouldnt be hungry but I proved her wrong. I ate supper and wanted more. I love surprising her with the things I do.

So thats where we are at right now. Waiting for biopsy results. I am getting better at this doing my business outside but I still have accidents but FM says thats ok cuz she thinks whoever had me before UYR had kept me in diapers so this potty thing is a new experience I am learning. FM also feels that as I was kinda bald on that part of my body was because of the diapers. She doesnt put me in diapers so my hair can grow back and it is. Yippee Ki Yay for peach fuzz growing back on my hind end and little itty bitty tail. So Im a happy little girl learning that good food is a wonderful thing, having my own bowl makes me feel so special, wanted and loved.

I or FM will do another pupdate when she finds out about the biopsy results. Keep your fingers crossed for a good result and stay tuned.

Last and most importantly FM and I would like to thank all of you who have already donated towards my vet care. Surgery does get expensive and every one of your donations are helping me get the best care that I need. Yall dont know how appreciative we are for each donation that yall have made and I love each and everyone of you. Thank you, thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart to the bottom of my paw pads.

Sundae, but I officially am changing my name to Sundance cuz I wanna dance in the sun in the very near future and with yalls continuing support.

Initial Bio 4/14/22: Sundae came from a home because her owner had too many pups to care for, especially as her own medical care needs increased. We believe she is 3 to 4 years old and a little over 7 pounds. She loves to follow you around, play with the squeaky toys and play some fetch but make sure you dont give her a rubber one, shell tear that toy apart. She loves her meal times and treats. We are learning our manners and house training. She loves to nap and sleep near you. We believe she may have been a breeder dog so all things are new to her being able to roam the home.

Please stay tuned for more about Sundae as we get to know each other more.


To date we've spent $981.04 on Sundae "SUNDANCE"'s vet bills, but with your support we've collected $1050 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: stickhors@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Sundae "SUNDANCE" click here.
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Teddy T
Texas
Teddy T

Meet Teddy T, a 2 year old 6 pound puppy being fostered in Killeen, Texas. Only Texas applicants will be considered.

5/17/22 Initial Bio: Teddy is heart worm negative and very healthy. He is very active and interested in absolutely everything. He gets along well with his foster family's four dogs. We don't know about cats. Teddy loves human attention and wants to be in your lap and getting love. He does very well on a harness and leash. He is currently being potty trained, and also learning how to ride in a car. Teddy may be a good dog for a very active family with older children but he deserves someone who is home to help him become the best boy ever. He will be available for adoption once he is neutered.


To date we've spent $170.21 on Teddy T's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: txyorkie46@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Teddy T click here.
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Texas
Ziggy

THANK YOU TO ZIGGY'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Karry Rogers, Penny Cooper, Yvette Vangeloff, Lynne Turner, Lyn Greenspan, Allison Triplett, Lori Anderson, Rebecca Morgan, Karen McKeand, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Jesusa Salinas, Crystal Dicosola, Don O'Brien, Pamela Labastida, David Lavine

THANK YOU TO ZIGGY'S FACEBOOK DONORS!

Leslie Corbell, Jayne Newell, Kristine Revell, Andy Woodruff, Cheryl McBrayer, Alyssa Powley, Ginger Diane Mills, Annette Weeks, Tricia Padberg, GiGi, Patsy Wynne, Ula Fronczyk, Sherry Ouart, Terry Tobias, Barbara Burgess, Jax Elliott, Jackie Pittenger, Bret Park, Judy Hufford, Susan Higgins-Harvey, Sherill Shei, Mike Porter, Donella Thomas Hill, Deborah Mattu, Christine Kettele, Linday Murray, Susan Horton Fidler, Donna Alexander Martin


To date we've spent $2300 on Ziggy's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $1620 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: uyrtxrom@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Ziggy click here.
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Virginia
KeKoa

KeKoa is a 5-pound, 13 year old (estimated) Yorkie boy being fostered near Stafford , VA. .

THANK YOU TO KEKOA'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Cheryl Scrupski, Wendy Henry, Sandy Pagnotta, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Lauren Radencic, Alexa Socha, Veronica Sunsdahl, Rene Anderson, Angie Orrego, Angie Cagle, Barbara Burgess

THANK YOU TO KEKOA'S FACEBOOK DONORS!

Holly Keller, Alexa Socha Rowan, Karina Martinez, Josh Lytton, Clarissa Smith, Jackie Pittenger

Updated Bio 5/12/22

I'm a little old man who just had his left eye removed that ruptured which caused an ongoing infection. I'm blind in my right eye but get around very well as long as there are no stairs and my foster family doesn't move furniture around. I'm beyond happy that I'm no longer roaming the streets in Washington DC. I am not house trained but occasionally will make my way to pee pads. I don't enjoy car rides or walking on a leash but I do enjoy exploring outside. Arthritis in my back makes me walk a little funny and keeps me from going up and downstairs. I'm not an affectionate dog but will sit on your lap for a short period of time. I would make a great companion for a family who doesn't have children or aggressive animals.

Updated Bio 1/11/22

Aloha everyone!!! I'm not in Hawaii but my foster mom gave me a Hawaiian name ~ KeKoa ~ which means "Warrior" in Hawaiian. My foster mom says that name definitely fits me perfectly. I'm a little old man who was frail when found but I've been fattened up a little which helped me get through my stage 4 dental just perfectly with no complications. I'm blind but I'm getting around very well. My foster brothers and sisters try to steal food but now that I'm feeling better I'm giving them a run for their money. I have an eye appointment with a specialist after Christmas. My left eye has a possible rupture and the infection I have is not going away. I sleep most of the time and am so happy I'm no longer roaming the streets in Washington DC. I am not house trained and I'm under foot a lot and need someone who has experience with a blind, partially deaf dog. I also have severe arthritis in my back so I walk a little funny and cannot go up and down stairs. I'm a super loving old man that is looking for my forever home.

Initial Bio 10/22/21:

My name is KeKoa and I am a very sweet 5lb, 13-14 year old little man who was found wandering the streets of Washington DC. My history is unknown but I visited the dogtor the first night with my foster mom. I have a ruptured eye that is infected, severe dental disease with roots showing that make it hard for me to eat, possible Cushing's Disease, I'm blind, I have a spinal injury that make it hard for me to walk, and I have not been neutered. My foster mom treats me so good and gives me soft food that I can enjoy. I sleep most of the day but I love to nuzzle under her chin. I am not house trained, I love my crate, and I wouldn't do well in a home with children. On a final note, my foster mom named me KeKoa which means "Warrior" in Hawaiian. She is fighting for me. My medical costs will be significant, so I would really appreciate your support!


To date we've spent $3007.8 on KeKoa's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $925 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: RAnderson@unitedyorkierescue.org.

To fill out the adoption application for KeKoa click here.
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Wisconsin
Sasha

Meet Sasha, a sweet and loving 10 year old, 12 pound Poodle being fostered near Milwaukee, WI. Only Wisconsin applicants will be considered.


To date we've spent $188.3 on Sasha's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkieuyrwi@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Sasha click here.
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Searcy
Wisconsin
Searcy

Searcy is a 11yr old 14 pound Yorkie boy who is being fostered near Sheboygan, WI. Searcy needs a home with a fenced in yard, no children and no other pets.

Out of State Applicants will be considered if it is a perfect fit for Searcy

THANK YOU TO SEARCY'S RESCUE ANGELS!

Trula Montgomery, Sandy Pagnotta, Raelyn Skultety

4/14/22 Update: Hi its me Searcy!

Foster mom told me that I am doing so much better! I haven't been so demanding, and that was my big problem. You still need to walk me twice a day, but its been on their terms more than mine...Same goes for feedings. I still have to work on that, but I'm Much better!

I'm a Great walker and just Love to be outside! I may be 11 years old, but you would Absolutely think I am no older than 5 years! I don't bark at dogs or children when I'm out and about on my walks. They can be barking at me, and I just walk on by.

I have been so good when foster mom and dad leave the house. I just lay in the chair until they come home. I do all of my business outside. Foster mom does not worry at all that I will potty inside.

There are some bell sounds and dinging sounds that trigger barking, but a stern No pretty much gets me to stop. If you love walking and want a sweet boy by your side, please fill out an application.

3/18/22 Update: Searcy is doing really well and is the sweetest boy. He is ready for his Forever Family! He will need a couple of weeks to adjust to a new home, so he needs someone with patience.

When he needs to out he will let you know. He wont stop whimpering, until you let him out. He wants to do his business outside. If he has been out, and then wont stop barking at you, he wants to go for a walk. Wait until he stops barking before you take him. You dont want him to get into the habit of continuous barking to get his way. From what we figured out, he likes to poop on a walk and not in the yard.

Searcy Loves, Loves, Loves going for walks! He would walk Forever if you let him! He Absolutely needs to walk twice a day no matter what the weather is like. So please consider that before you fill out an application. He may be 11 years old, but acts more like 6 years old. He is Very handsome and Healthy!

Searcy does need to stay on the gastrointestinal prescription diet he is currently on. I tried another food, but it caused him to be very anxious, so I switched him back. He eats anywhere between 4:00 - 5:00 am and then again between 4:00 - 5:00pm. He gets a partial feeding at around 1:30/2:00 in the afternoon. This schedule works well for him. He will whimper when he wants to eat. I am the primary feeder, so he whimpers at me when hes hungry. He goes to my husband for his walks. Both of us when he needs to go outside.

We have left him alone twice for about 3 - 4 hours, and both times he just slept in a chair. He has the run of the house, unless we are gone, then he stay in the gated TV room. Please read his prior bio for more information.

3/8/22 Update: Its been awhile since my adventure to WI. It was a long trip and took me some time to settle down. I was a little anxious. So I may have acted out a bit. My new Foster mom and dad have been very patient with me, taking the time to get to know me and my little quarks. They say I may be 11 yrs old but I act like a 6 yr old. I have special food that I eat and foster mom says I do best on this food and doesn't feel it should be changed anytime soon or if at all. I love to go on walks and I let my fosters know when I am ready to go. I get very excited on my walks but when I'm ready to stop I just lay down and rest sometimes my foster dad will carry me for a little while, but I get heavy so I have to start walking again but that's ok I don't mind. Foster mom says I am very good at letting them know when I have to go potty, for my poops I must be walked and just like the postman thru rain, sleet, or snow. I like to be in bed with my fosters. I will also spend time with them watching TV. I like to know where they are at all times. But enjoy my time resting alone as well. Either foster mom or dad have been home with me all the time and that's the way I like it. But if they have to go somewhere I will wait patiently for them to return. I am really smart if I do say so myself, I will sit lay down and shake on command. I love to play in the snow as well. I have had all my shots, but foster mom will be taking me to the dogtor on the 18th just to get a good overall check. Please keep an eye out for when I am ready to be adopted.

1/22/22 Update: Today Searcy took the ride of a lifetime. He was transferred to a foster home in Wisconsin so he could be an only dog with lots of attention. He took his first airplane ride and we want to thank Pilots for Paws for their amazing help to get Searcy transferred today.

Updated Bio 1/19/22

Searcy is a healthy, sweet, smart and playful guy who is up to date on all vet care and is ready for adoption. He really enjoys the outdoors and loves to run and play fetch. Searcy walks well on a leash and gets excited to go for walks. He is not a fan of car travel and can get a bit anxious but does not get car sick. Searcy is house trained and will go to the door to let you know he is ready to go. He loves to spend quality time with his person and hang out on the couch watching TV or doing whatever as long as he is by your side. He enjoys sleeping at night by his person but will also sleep on the couch. He really isn't to keen on a dog bed. Searcy wants to be the center of your attention and he does not get along well with other dogs or cats. If your looking for an only dog who has lots of love to give then Searcy is your guy!

Initial Bio 12/26/21:

Searcy Just came into rescue. So far we have observed that is is super smart, house trained and likes to play. He is not fond of car rides, other dogs or cats. Searcy's ideal home would be one where he is the center of attention someone who is home most or all of the time. He loves outside and likes to go for walks. He is a beautiful yorkie with chocolate/hazel eyes. Searcy was given up because his owners had a baby and Searcy didn't like being the center of attention anymore. For this reason he also can not go to a home with Children under 12. If your are interested in this beautiful boy please email foster mom or fill out an application.


To date we've spent $722.97 on Searcy's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $100 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: wendys.furkids@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Searcy click here.
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