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.”

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.


Astro with his summer cut

Astro is a 3 year old Yorkie weighing a healthy 12 pounds who is being fostered in Fremont, CA. He needs a quiet, single owner home with no children and no other dogs.


Adrienne Talbert, Aaron Ko and Jenny Kuang

Update 06/11/15: Foster Mom got me my summer cut. I feel better with my short do for the summer. Don't I look handsome? I would really like my own forever home. I would do great as an only dog. I don't mind the other dogs here, but I do enjoy my alone time without them. The other dogs can be annoying at times.

Update 02/21/15: Astro is doing great! he has come a long way. He is more outgoing, and not as afraid of visitors. He enjoys being with the rest of the pack more, but still likes his alone time in my bedroom. He is a cute little guy, and can be quite comical at times. He would make someone a wonderful companion.

Update 11/16/14: Astro has been with me now since April. He mostly hangs out in my bedroom, not with the rest of the pack. He will play with my little one, Peanut, but mostly ignores my two older, bigger Yorkies. He would do great in a quiet home, being the only dog, with one owner, no children. He can be quite comical at times. He loves and needs his daily walks. He is a great walker. He needs a strong leader who is able to correct his behaviors, as sometimes when seeing another dog, he acts up. He is very shy with strangers.

Update 07/29/14: Update: Astro has had his teeth cleaned, and did not have to have any pulled. Astro would do best in a home as an only dog, with his person. He is still uncertain when meeting new people. It takes him time to get to know someone. However, he has bonded with me, and he did this quickly. So I know he will quickly bond to a new owner. He has great potty habits, using the doggie door. He is a bigger yorkie, but still very cute. They come in all sizes, as we all know! He is a great walker, and will run, also. But foster mom does not run, so he has to slow down for me! But if his new owner was a runner, this would be a perfect match!

Update 04/13/14: Update: Astro is a healthy boy, at 12.2 lbs. He will need a dental. He has adjusted well in his foster home, his potty habits are perfect. He has already learned how to use the doggie door, he is one smart boy! Unfortunately, he is very fearful of strangers. We are working on this, and I do see some improvements already! He is a great little walker. The perfect home for him would be a quiet one, where he is the only dog. No kids as the excitement would be too much for him.

Initial Bio: Meet Astro! He is 3 1/2 years old, 10 1/2 lbs. and all Yorkshire Terrier. He is an owner surrender. So far he gets along with the other dogs here. He is house trained and will be learning how to use a doggie door. He is being fostered in the Bay Area. More updates to come as I learn more about him.

To date we've spent $616.69 on Astro's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $465.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: carolnelson8716@att.net.

To fill out the adoption application for Astro click here.
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Presley is a 7 yr old yorkie mix who weighs 8 pounds. He is housetrained and needs to be an only dog with no cats and not children. He is being fostered in Long Beach CA. Presley's adoption fee is $300.


Holly Stavis, Cynthia Duranti, Holly Stavis Patricia Acosta, Amina Masic

and Ross, Chico, Tyson and Medo, Fabian Arellano

Update 03/24/15: 3/24/15- Hi everyone. It has been about a year since I was rescued from the shelter. My foster mom has had some ups and downs trying to train me and realized that she might need a little more help. So I will be going to a behaviorist to see if I can kick some habits that might not be the best in my new forever home. Hopefully after the training I can go up for adoption again. My foster mom says not to worry that she is going to try very hard to do do everything she can so that I can go up for adoption again. So until the sessions are done I won't be able to be adopted. This is a very critical time for us so wish me good luck. Presley out.

Update 09/19/14- Hi everyone, Presley here. It has been 6 months and I am still with my foster momma and sister. I love it here but would love to find my forever home. I had a few people interested in adopting me but they weren't quite the right match. I am hoping that before Christmas I can have my forever home and spend my first holidays with them. I am hopeful and keeping my paws crossed.

Update 04/23/14: I have been with my foster momma for about a month now. I am doing great with my foster sister and haven't had anymore accidents. I am completely vetted and just had a dental cleaning. I am crate trained and sleep in my bed but would be a great bed cuddler if permitted. I am so full of energy and love to be petted and play fetch. There are times when I am trying to hide under a bed or couch and do not like to be bothered for this it would be best to not be in a home with children. Other then that I am very happy little boy and can't wait to find my forever home.

Initial Bio 3/20/14: My name is Presley. I had my first vet visit this week and am just waiting on my results. My foster mom says that I am a sweetheart and that I am a good listener. I do what I am told. I have had a couple of accidents but for the most part I go outside and do my business. I can't wait to find my forever home.

To date we've spent $840.64 on Presley's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $122.00 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Presley click here.
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Coco is an 8 year old, 12 pound little girl who is being fostered in Stamford, CT


Olga Stecker, Karry Rogers, Allison Murray, Thomas Kassler, Cindy Danley, Judith Church, Alison Mainhart, Christine Schneiderman, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Irene and Peter Havas, Patricia Bain, DeAnn Deutsch, Alisha Hastings, Nicole Quintal, John Porche, Calvin Morrisette Jr., Nancy Stanley, Holly Stavis, Irene and Peter Havas

Update 06/23/15: Little Coco has had bloody diarrhea and now blood tinged stool since coming into rescue. She has been on a low fat diet and metronidazole which has helped the diarrhea but the blood is still displaying. She had a fecal to rule out parasites and has gone through deworming as well. This has had no impact on her problem, so on June 24 she will have an ultrasound to check for tumors or growths that are obvious. Hopefully we can get to the bottom of her issues.

Update 06/18/15 Coco has been having bloody diarrhea symptoms and is now getting a fecal rechecked to see if she has parasites. If the fecal exam is negative, we may need to proceed with an ultrasound to determine what is going on. Coco has been on a low fat prescription diet to ensure her condition wasn't related to pancreatitis, but it hasn't helped. Please continue to watch for updates on Coco as we try to determine what the issue is with her. We desperately need support to help with her increasing vet bills.

Initial Bio 05/29/15: Coco is a sweet 8 year old 12 lb female who was surrendered to a high kill shelter by her owners in NYC.

Coco was in desperate need of a dental, a spay and had multiple mammary tumors that needed to be removed. UYR had the surgery done to spay her and remove her mammary tumors (9 tumors in total were removed) and she's been recovering well since then. We got the pathology back on the tumors and lymph nodes that they removed and 6 were benign, 2 were pre-cancerous and 1 was grade 1 cancer. The vet said that no further treatment would be recommended for the 1 grade 1 tumor as there was no lymph involvement and the removal of the tumor would be considered to be the treatment. So that's all good news.

Coco has been suffering with some Colitis since she's been with us, but I think that's to be expected given all the changes in her environment, her diet, her surgery, her meds, etc. We're currently treating with Flagyl and Science Diet w/d food and it's resolving nicely. I'll be able to update on this more as she continues to stabilize in my home. At worst, she might need to be on w/d (or some prescription) food for the rest of her life.

Coco walks beautifully on leash, and has a very calm demeanor. She doesn't get fussed by other dogs, or cats. She has liked all the people she's met as well. She will use a wee wee pad in the house if she has to, but think once she's healed up and walking regularly again, she'll potty outside all the time.

Coco loves squeaky toys and has picked a few that have become her favorites in the short time she's been with us. She loves to be on or near her person, but doesn't mind sharing with the other pups in the home too. She's really a delightful little dog.

Coco doesn't have a fenced in yard in her foster home, but if you had one, it would be a plus. We're working on her behavior riding in cars as she seems to be accustomed to riding on the lap of the driver, which is too dangerous, so she's learning that her seat in the back is where she belongs.

Coco will have her stitches/staples removed on 6/6 and then will need a dental. She won't be available to go to her new home till she's recovered from her dental.

If you think Coco would make a good addition to your family, please complete an application to adopt her. If you can donate to her care, Coco and all of us at UYR would sure appreciate it! Thanks, and stay tuned for more on Coco as we continue to learn more about this little sweetie!

To date we've spent $3958.82 on Coco's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $678.50 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Coco click here.
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Updated Bio 7-25-15 Angel is a sweet little girl who weighs about 5 lbs. She is being fostered in Jacksonville, Florida.

Angel was an owner surrender and fully vetted. Angel has only been in her foster home for a few days, and there is probably a lot her foster mom still do not know about her.

Angel wants to share some things about her.

Hi, My name is Angel and that is exactly what I am. I have been with a few different people during my short 8 years. I want to find my furever home. The last person did not always have time for me. I want to find a family that will love me and let me snuggle with them. I also like lots of belly rubs. In return I will give lots of puppy kisses. I am a bit timid at first but will easily warm up to people and other dogs and cats.

Foster Mom says I must have gotten lots of table food since I am always trying to get at whatever she is eating. However, Foster Mom makes sure I am getting some really good food that is special for me. She even adds stuff to make it better for me. She says I have “dermatitis”, which is related to food allergies. Not sure what that is but she tells me that with the correct diet and treats it will improve. My skin does feel better especially after that nice bath she did the other day. I’m not scratching like I used to. I hope your family will consider giving me a furever home.

Angel’s Foster mom has this to say about her. Angel is sweet and a true love. She will definitely let you know if there is someone at the door, but she is not an excessive barker. She is house trained when given the opportunity to go out to potty on a regular schedule. It is still early to see her true personality but that is sure to be more evident as time goes by. She is not into toys, but it is possible in time there will one one toy that just may be the right one for her.

Angel seems to get along with everyone, dog, cats, people, and even kids over the age of 9 or 10. She most likely would like a home with another dog to play with and even an older child.

Watch for further updates as she adjusts to her foser home.

Initial Bio 7-19-15 Meet Angel. This adorable little girl is 8 years old and weighs a perfect 5 pounds. She is being fostered in Jacksonville, FL.

Angel just arrived at her foster home today, but already her foster mom said she is just the sweetest little girl and full of love and kisses. She gets along with both dogs and cats. She has a little skin dermatitis that should be gone shortly with good nutrition and some medication.

More information and pictures will be coming very soon on this angel, Angel, as she settles into her foster home and her foster mom gets to know her better.

Adoption Pending

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkierescuemom@live.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Angel click here.
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Brandi is a very sweet little 4 year old adorable girl. She weighs 8.5 pounds. Brandi is being fostered in Leesburg, FL.


Irene and Peter Havas

Initial Bio: 7/13/15 Brandi arrived at her foster home yesterday and is slowly adjusting to her new life. She is a little timid and hesitant, but her foster parents are noticing that she is starting to come out of her shell.

Brandi has quickly attached herself to her foster mom. Her foster parents already know that she would be happier as an only dog with a person who is home a lot and who will have her on their lap to love and cuddle. She seems to be a very quiet little girl and only wants to be with her person.

Brandi did great in the car ride to her foster home and that was a 6 hour car trip. She walks nicely on a leash. She is partially house trained and will need to be taken out often during the day in order to understand that she should do all her business outside. She does, however, hold it all night.

She slept in her former owner's bed and slept with her foster parents too. She sleeps great and was very happy to be sharing their bed.

Brandi is fully vaccinated. She will need to be microchipped and spayed. After that she is ready for her forever home. Whoever adopts this adorable little girl will have to take it slow to allow her to warm up to her new situation in her time. However, she will immediately attach herself to her person and become their shadow.

Because of her small size Brandi can only go to a home with children over the age of 12, but she would prefer a home with adults only.

Adoption Pending

To date we've spent $209.68 on Brandi's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $20.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkielove24@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Brandi click here.
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Bubba is our newest Yorkie boy. He is approximately 6 years old, weighs 7.8 pounds and is being fostered in Clearwater, FL.


Wendy Erichsen, Amara Waterman, Heather Ozuna, Jane St. John, Cheryl Scrupski, Cindy Hsueh, Sandy Pagnotta, Craig Seal, Kelsey Leslie, Holly Kline, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Michele Lofgren, Traci Vanover, Amy Chernault, Kathleen Fisher, Joanne Vogel, Carol Gostomski, Leslie Diaz,Katalin Nagy-Takio, Missy Wilcher, DeAnn Deutsch, Malena Cueva, Rita Harris, Gale Young, Shelly Ford, Phanphatsorn Disaphanurat, Shawndel Underwood, Betty Carter, Thomas Tighue, Barbara Carvalho, Anne Faasse, Eliana Tardio, Irene and Peter Havas, Sheila Landis, Sonia Laboy, K Dionne

Updated bio 7/20/15 Bubba is a very sweet and adorable ​7 year old, 12 pound darling little yorkie boy. He is being fostered in Dunedin, FL.

Bubba would like to share a little about himself.

Hi everybody, Bubba here with an update on how I’m doing! My vet says I’m at least 8 years old, and that my vision is pretty limited​. That may ​probably ​be ​because of my previous seizures when I wasn’t being taken care o​f​.

​It seems I have started having seizures again, and Foster Mom has me under the close watch of my vet. I’ve also gained a lot of weight ​and now ​I weigh just over 12 ​pounds. We think that is because of my medication​. M​y foster mom and vet are working to get me back to my healthy weight of ~8 lbs.

​I am such a sweet fellow and everyone who meets me just loves me. I do like to sleep a lot, but I like to give love and kisses too. ​

Because my seizures have started again, ​Foster Mom​ says my vet bills have ​gotten high ​too. I need to get better before I can be adopted, but until then, won’t you please consider helping ​United Yorkie Rescue ​pay for my vet bills?

Updated Bio 4/21/15: Bubba is a 6-7 year old, 8 pound Yorkie from the shelter who almost lost his fight against a life-threatening infection throughout his body. In addition to this infection, he also had seizures, which we think were probably never treated for perhaps his entire life. So sad. Bubba is doing much better now and is being fostered in Dunedin, FL.

Bubba’s recovery may be at its optimum now, but there is a chance he could improve with more time. Due to his complex and neglectful past, he will never recover from the brain damage noted in more detail below.

On the bright side, this little sweetheart has no lingering infection and has not had a seizure since starting anti-seizure medication, which he will need for the rest of his life. Bubba's neurological deficits do not distract from his sweetness one bit! He loves to follow you around as closely as possible (sometimes a bit too close, watch out!) and he loves to snuggle. There are times, without warning, Bubba will wake up from what seems like a deep sleep and impulsively leap from your lap without looking around to determine his safety. The combination of his lack of clear vision in one eye, being situationally unaware, his impulsiveness can be startling at first. His silly quirks could potentially cause him injury if you're not paying very close attention. Bubba still wobbles when walking, often listing to one side or another, but he can now run around pretty fast ~ Go Bubba!

It is likely that Bubba will never re-learn or understand the tricks of house-training. He likes to potty outside, and this behavior will probably not change as he doesn’t seem to distinguish that it is inappropriate to potty inside. He also doesn’t have the ability to give cues to his human that he needs to go out. So his perfect home would be one which had at least one stay-at-home parent that could take him out often.

With all of his special qualities and needs, this little miracle boy needs to find his HERO to give him the safe and loving forever home he deserves. Bubba loves his FM & FD equally, and even gets along with the cats. He likes to play with his toys and entertain himself. At night he snuggles into his crate where he feels secure and safe, while avoiding the risks of accidentally walking off the bed and hurting himself.

Bubba cannot be adopted into a home with children under 15 years old and he would adjust best in a calm and quiet environment. He needs a loving and very patient mom and/or dad to keep him company, while also keeping a watchful eye on him. He will need to be given his anti-seizure medication twice a day for the rest of his life, and in return will give you kisses a million times a day to show his complete love and devotion ~ and thanks ~ to you for loving him. Bubba will be having his dental 04/24 (say prayers, please, as the vet warned that the anesthesia may induce seizure activity) and will be ready to go to his forever home!

Could YOU be the HERO that Bubba has been waiting for and so desperately wants? Please don’t turn away from Bubba due to his special needs ~ consider turning towards him and letting him know that he will always be safe in your loving arms.

Be On The Lookout! Bubba will be groomed next week, so check back for new pictures and a video of this sweet boy!

Update 03-18-15 Bubba (FL) started to PLAY!

If you remember, Bubba is the 6 year old, 7.8 pound guy fostered in Clearwater, FL that UYR picked up from the shelter. He had seizures and was fighting a terrible infection. We didn't know if he would survive the first couple of days. Look at him now! He is feeling much better after his antibiotics and he has had 3 full seizure-free days since starting his medication last week. Bubba is not "normal" and may never act completely appropriate. He tries very hard to keep up and follow everyone around, but that is hard when he's falling over every few steps. Sometimes he gets a good momentum going, but then his legs can't keep up and he plows face first into the grass outside. He usually seems to hear and see just fine, but as you can see in the video, his brain doesn't always seem to connect. Due to this special quality, Bubba cannot be adopted into a home where he'd be around any children. He has accidentally chomped his teeth down on his FM and FD's fingers while they were giving him his medication OR playing with a toy. Although he gets a "squeak" out of either victim, he fully intends to chew on the cotton filled toy with the occasional finger being a total mistake. Bubba will get his dental cleaning next week and would love to find his safe forever home. He will need his seizure medication twice a day for the rest of his life and a whole lot of love. He would love someone to keep him company and a watchful eye, but if you had to leave the house, he is happy taking long naps in a safe room where he cannot find a way to get hurt. Bubba is as sweet as he looks! If he sounds like he'd fit perfectly into your home, please fill out an adoption application on our website www.UnitedYorkieRescue.org.

Updated Bio 3/11/15 Bubba (FL) started having seizures on Tuesday night. They were each only a minute long but terribly scary. On Wednesday, Bubba was getting ready to return to the vet for some blood tests and had his most severe seizure lasting multiple minutes of kicking and "screaming". His lab results have shown that his kidney and liver markers are normal. The only extremely high level is his white blood cell count, which we expected, from his body fighting off this infection. At least we know that we are on the right track for treatment and we can provide all of the loving support he needs as his body tries to work with the medicine and heal. Bubba will also start on a medication for his seizures, so let's all hope he doesn't have to suffer through those terrifying episodes for much longer.

Here is the good news... Bubba was enthusiastic about eating today! FM didn't have to use a spoon or syringe to get the meal started, Bubba just jumped face first right into the breakfast bowl. A few hours later, Bubba stood up and started trying to walk around! He is very wobbly and is still falling over often, but this is the first time in days he has even attempted to move around. By this evening, Bubba explored right over to the other dog's food dish and decided he wanted to eat that food too. We were all SO EXCITED! Well, maybe not the other dog so much, but he let it slide, just this once. Let's all hope that Bubba has turned the corner and will continue to show improvement each day. We are not out of the woods yet, but he's looking a tiny bit stronger in between his long hours of napping. Hopefully by the end of next week, we will be able to update Bubba's story again with continued progress. Thank you all so much for the support!

Initial Bio 03/10/15: A local shelter contacted UYR over the weekend to help Bubba after he was surrendered by his owners for having seizures. He was infested with fleas and had multiple teeth pulled by the shelter veterinarian during his neuter. Although no seizures have been seen by the shelter or UYR (yet), Bubba is very sick. When his temporary foster mom picked him up he had green goo in his eyes and he would only lay still and shiver.

Here is a video of Bubba on his ride away from the shelter:

Buba Rescue Ride

Here is a video of the only time Bubba tried to walk that first day:


The second day he developed a very high fever and wouldn't try to walk, eat or drink. His teeth are in very poor condition and have likely caused a significant infection taking over his tiny body. An urgent trip to the vet yesterday ended up with injected fluids and antibiotics to get a quick start on fighting his high temperature. He couldn't lift his head and with every breath, Bubba moaned a faint and desperate cry. Late last night sweet Bubba stopped his sad whimpering when snuggled into FM's chest, where he slept all night with an ice pack as his blanket. Today, he is still very unsteady on the one occasion he tried to take a couple of steps. This morning, Bubba only drank the water given to him by a syringe but this evening he has had a few laps from a bowl and even ate a spoonful of food.

Here is a video of Bubba today: Buba 1

We are all hoping he is strong enough to fight through this first battle so we can look further into his possible neurological condition.

To date we've spent $915.62 on Bubba's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $1067.00 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Bubba click here.
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Irene and Peter Havas

Initial Bio: 7-13-15 ​​Meet Chance! ​This is one cute little 11year old​,​ 4 lb​. little​ Yorkie mix​. Chance is being fostered in Orlando​, FL​.

​Chance​ just arrived at his foster home and he seems ​to be ​very happy and content. He was rescued by a very nice lady who found him in a very neglectful ​situation. She​​​​ ​has​ reached out to UYR to get him up to date on all his medical needs and then find him ​his​ perfect forever home.

Chance is alert and curious and very sweet and docile. He gets along fine with his foster sister. He is is a little underweight and needs a good vet exam.

His F​oster Mom​ will be getting to know him a little better so stay tuned for more information on this little cutie very soon.

Please note-- because of his small size and age, Chance can only be adopted into a home with adults only or children over the age of 14. ​

To date we've spent $329.00 on Chance's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $20.00 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Chance click here.
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Jack Jack post surgery
Jack Jack

Jack Jack is an adorable, 10 month old male Yorkie puppy, being fostered in West Palm Beach, FL


Karry Rogers, Linda Davis, Barbara Carvalho, Connie Pfeiffer, Jan Freeman, Christine Schneiderman, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, David Scharfenberg, Mary Cronin, Kathy Benson, Ann Mothershed, Joanne Vogel, Gloria Stahly, Jodi Pistler, John Sukroo, Michael Baker, Daniela Vrillaud, Tracie Wiesman, Sandy Pagnotta, Connie Peters, Cheryl Scrupski, Megan Mason, DeAnn Deutsch, Melinda Tomas, Jennifer Searcy, Karry Rogers, Laura Venchuk, Roberta Witman, Aaron Updegrave, Patricia Mohead, Renae and Jerry Sutley, Irene and Peter Havas

Updated bio 7/08/15: Jack is an approximately 1 year old, 10 lb Yorkie boy, being fostered in West Palm Beach. When he came into rescue, he had a break in his front leg that had never been fixed, so he was not putting a lot of weight on it and walking with a limp. Jack had surgery to correct this in June. He has a flexi bandage on his leg to keep him from walking on it, and he gets it taken off and put back on every 2 to 3 weeks. He is doing very well, and is not bothered at all by having his leg bound up. His stitches are out, and his scar is all healed up. Unfortunately, he developed a terrible and very painful staph infection on his rear right thigh about 2 weeks ago. We do not know the origin of the infection, but he was put on antibiotics to keep the infection at bay. It has affected almost his full right thigh, and much of his skin has sloughed off, leaving a red, painful area. It is gruesome to look at, however, it is healing, so we are thankful for that. Poor Jack Jack has had to wear a large e-collar though to prevent him from licking and aggravating his wound. He seems to be used to it though, and it has not slowed him down. Jack Jack will be going back to the vet on July 13th to have his 2 flexi band removed and a check up.

Updated bio 6/20/15: Jack Jack is a 1 year old, 10 pound Yorkie boy who is being fostered in West Palm Beach, Florida. He went back to the surgeon last week to have his bandage removed. The surgeon was happy with his progress. He is not supposed to be using his leg yet, so he is getting his leg re-bandaged back up next week. This will continue for several more weeks. In the meantime, he is his happy, bouncy, loving self, and adjusting to life with the use of 3 legs with no issues.

Updated bio 6/9/15: Jack Jack is a 1 year old, 10 pound Yorkie boy who is being fostered in West Pa beach Florida. Jack Jack got out of surgery and is now home. The surgery went as expected, however we won't know whether it was a success or not for another several months until his leg heals enough for him to bear weight on. Please keep Jack Jack in your thoughts and consider donating to his care.

Updated Bio 06/08/15: Jack Jack, fostered in West Palm Beach, is a little 10 lb, approximately 1 year old Yorkie who we found wandering the streets of south Florida, completely matted and very hungry. He had an injury to his leg that had never been fixed, his leg was broken, and this caused him to not be able to put weight on his leg, and continually limp. He recently saw the orthopedic specialist who felt he could help Jack Jack.

This morning, he went in for his surgery and we are hoping everything goes as planned, and that his leg can be fixed . The surgery is going to run over $2,000 and to date, we have raised less than $1,000. Would you please consider donating to Jack Jack's surgery? UYR is a private rescue that receives no public financial aid. Without help from our wonderful and generous supporters, we can not continue to rescue and rehabilitate all the little yorkies we do. Thank you so much! Stay tuned for more Jack Jack updates as he comes out of surgery this week.

To date we've spent $2975.14 on Jack Jack's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $1155.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: kjuul@comcast.net.

To fill out the adoption application for Jack Jack click here.
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JoJo is the cutest little malti-poo. He is 8 years old and weighs just 6.5 pounds. He is being fostered in Leesburg, FL


DeAnn Deutsch, Karry Rogers, Rachael Gagliardi, Carol Mills, Debra Roby, Sharon Traficante, Brenda Bargers, Bonnie Vaupel, Jan Freeman, Traci Vanover, Gale Young, Maureen Biggane, Marjorie Paymani, Jodi Pistler, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Gale Young, Karry Rogers, Maryanne Ware, DeAnn Deutsch, Alisha Hastings, Nancy Stanley, Lynda Boose

Updated bio 6/23/15 JoJo is an adorable little poodle mix boy. He is 8 pounds and being fostered in Leesburg, FL.

JoJo has recovered very nicely from his bladder stone surgery. He has healed physically but emotionally he is still harboring the scars of years of neglect and abuse.

When we took JoJo into United Yorkie Rescue he was most likely days away from death. The stone in his bladder was so big it would have only have been a short time, maybe days, before it totally blocked his urethra causing imminent death. From the amount of urine stain on his beautiful coat he must have been caged and left sitting in his urine for a very long time.

JoJo still is not ready to totally trust people. He can be as sweet as can be, cuddling and kissing and loving. In the next instant something can happen that, for some reason, he does not like and he will show his teeth, growl, and even bite if his foster mom or dad does not heed his warning.

JoJo's foster mom and dad are working very hard on socializing JoJo so he knows that no matter what he can trust people. He needs to learn that showing aggression is unnecessary and wrong. Through love, positive reinforcement, and understanding JoJo is slowly learning, but at this time he is still not ready to be adopted into his forever home. Because the neglect and abuse went on for so long it will take months before JoJo is emotionally healed and ready to once again trust that people will always be kind and caring.

Please continue to watch for updates on the progress JoJo is making. This sweet little boy deserves this second chance at happiness and United Yorkie Rescue has lovingly given him that.

Updated bio. 5/23/15. JoJo is an adorable, most likely 7 year-old, 7 pound little guy. He is a poodle mix. We think maybe a Malti-Poo. He is being fostered in Leesburg, FL.

There is good news and bad news about this precious little guy.

The good news---- The bladder stones have been removed and he is almost totally recovered and doing well. The awful orange/rust stains on his beautiful coat have been shaved off and he knows it's gone. He feels like a new dog. A bad memory gone.

JoJo eats great, sleeps great, on his foster mom and dad's bed, and no longer feels the urge to urinate all the time. He appears to understand that he needs to go out to do his business. There have been very few accidents in the house. He gets along great with his foster sister, though he does like to possess whatever toy he is currently carrying around in his mouth. He likes to bark sometimes, but will quiet down after being corrected.

Here is the not so good news---- JoJo is not yet ready to be adopted. His foster mom and dad have discovered, not so pleasantly a few times, that when JoJo does not like something he will become aggressive. He will show his teeth, growl, and has bitten a few times. Sadly JoJo has learned that he can't trust his humans. I guess being locked in a crate for such a long time, sitting in his own urine and being neglected and, we suspect, being hit too often, has caused him to distrust people. He is slowly learning to trust his foster parents and the incidences of aggression have been reduce dramatically, but he is not ready to be anyone's forever dog just yet. We do not want him to go to a new home, bite someone and either get turned back in to us, or worse put in a shelter and possibly put down for aggression. Therefore he will stay in his foster home until he has learned that people can be trusted and he doesn't have to be so fearful that he has to attack them. We know he was muzzled and we know he was mistreated. Now he has to unlearn what he learned to do to protect himself while understanding he is safe and loved and will never be hurt again.

JoJo and his foster parents would like to thank everyone who donated to his surgery. We almost collected the amount it cost. We are just a few dollars short, so if you can find it in your heart to give a little more we can pay for the whole surgery.

Please watch for updates on JoJo's Looking For Love page. There will be a time when he is ready for his forever home and we will joyfully post it here. Until then JoJo will stay in his foster home and learn that love and kindness and caring can be his and he never has to be scared again.

Updated bio 5/12/15 JoJo is a 6.7 pound little Malti-poo. He is 8 years old and being fostered in Leesburg, FL

JoJo is back home after his life-saving bladder surgery. He is recuperating under the care and love of his foster mom and dad. JoJo is still not feeling the best, but he is on the way to a full recovery. A very large stone and three smaller ones were removed from his urethra and bladder. It was very close to a full blockage and would have only been a matter of days until the stone fully blocked his ability to urinate and he would have died. The vet said the stone was so big for his little bladder that is was pressing on his colon causing him even further distress.

See the orange/rust colored fur, that is from urine stains. All we can figure is that he sat in a crate in his own urine for a long time with staining that bad. How sad that much have been for him.

Once JoJo is feeling better we will know much more about his personality. He seems to get along fine with the other dogs. We know he rides great in the car, and he likes to cuddle and give kisses. We do not know if he is house trained. Because of his small size JoJo cannot go to a home with children under 14 years old

JoJo was left by his family at the shelter. He will never have to worry about that again. He is safe and loved. Please help United Yorkie Rescue continue to help JoJo and so many others who need our care. Help us pay for JoJo's life saving surgery. Remember every dollar you give goes 100% to our pups. JoJo thanks you very much.

JoJo will not be ready for adoption for a while as he recovers and we get to know the real JoJo. However adoption applications will be happily accepted for consideration.

Initial Bio 5/8/15JoJo was rescued today out of the shelter as an emergency rescue. He has a large bladder stone, and possibly other smaller stones, blocking his ability to releave himself properly, and without surgery as soon as possible he will die. He is being watched very carefully this weekend for any signs that the blockage becomes total. If that happens he will be rushed to the emergency vet for immediate surgery. If that doesn't happen then surgery is scheduled for first thing Monday morning. JoJo is very uncomfortable and because of the pressure on both his bladder and colon he feels the urge to try to potty all the time. Once he has surgery he will be like a new boy. He can't control the urine that is dripping out, but as long as urine is present we know he is okay.

JoJo has only been in his foster home a few hours, but we can already tell he is such a sweet boy. He has made himself at home in the doggie bed and has already given his new foster parents lots of kisses. He is so happy to be out of the shelter and home with a family again.

We know JoJo is not a Yorkie, but when United Yorkie Rescue found out that this was a life and death situation and no other rescue had stepped up, we did. It was more important to save a life than anything else.

JoJo's life saving surgery will be expensive for United Yorkie Rescue, but saving his life is priceless. If you can reach into your hearts and pockets and help us with Jojo's surgery expenses it will be greatly appreciated. Please donate what you can by clicking the donation button under his bio. JoJo and United Yorkie Rescue thank you very much.

Because of JoJo's small size he cannot go to a home with children under the age of 12.

New updates and pictures coming soon after JoJo's surgery.

To date we've spent $536.55 on JoJo's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $645.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkielove24@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for JoJo click here.
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Update 07/15/15: Lexie is doing great at FMs home.. Has has her own routine which includes following foster mom around and napping here and there all throughout the day.

Enjoys going for walks and belly/back rubs.

Lexie needs a forever loving home where someone is there for her all the time and can give her the TLC she so deserves.

If you feel that you pse go uyr.us and fill out an adoption application ..

Update 06/15/15: Lexie a 9 year old yorkie is being fostered in North Port Fl.

FM is still getting to know this pup but Lexi is starting to feel at home and enjoys walking around looking at the other fosters. The backyard is really appealing to Lexie as she loves to just go out there and roam around.

She also is a cuddle bunny and wants FM to hold her on her lap all the time. The fact that Lexie has a cataract in each eye does not bother her one bit and she sees very well.

What a joy to be around.

If you feel you could give Lexi a loving forever home, pse go to Uyr.us and fill out an adoption application.

Initial Bio 6/10/15 Lexie is a very sweet, approximately 9 year old, somewhat chubby little girl at 13.5 pounds. She is being fostered in North Port, FL.

Lexie was surrendered by her owner who no longer was able to give her the time and attention she needed. Lexie found herself left alone for sometimes 10-12 hours a day while her former owner had to work. Lexie was very lonely being left on her own all day without company.

Lexie just came to her foster home today, but she has already given her foster mom love and kisses. She is such a sweet, happy girl.

There will be more information and pictures of Lexie soon.

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkieluv681@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Lexie click here.
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Nina is approximately 10 or 11 years old and weighs 4.13 pounds. She is being fostered in Clearwater, FL


Brenda Bargers, Catherine Hurlbut, Nestor Sanchez

Updated bio 7/18/15 Nina is an tiny little sweet 4.8 pounds. She is estimated to be around 10 years old, and is being fostered in Clearwater, FL. Nina's Foster Parents have determined that Nina needs a home with no children and no other dogs.

Hi! It's me, Nina. My Foster Mom finally understood what I've been trying to say all along: I REALLY want to be the only dog in my forever home. I want all of the love and attention for myself. I'm so darn cute and I have a lot of lost loving time to make up for, so I really don't want to share my forever mom or dad with anyone else. After my rough life on the streets all alone, I think I deserve to finally have a lap or two all to myself. I am ADORABLE! I promise I'll thank you with tons of kisses until you make me stop. If you have to go to work, I guess I'll be fine, just as long as you come home to me as soon as you can and we get to spend every evening together, being in love. If you are retired, oh my, we could spend ALL day together. My dream is to finally be somebody's one & only."

Please Note: Because of Nina's small size she can only go to a home with adults only or children over the age of 14.

UPDATED BIO: Nina (FL) 7-11-15

Nina is estimated to be 10 years old, weighs 4.8 pounds, and is now being fostered in Clearwater, FL.

Nina was initially a stray found on the streets of Miami in awful condition. Now that her rotten teeth have been pulled, eyes and ears have been cleaned, medicated and healed, she is showing off just how adorable she has always been under all of that mess.

Nina has been in her new foster home for 3 weeks now and she is really starting to show her personality and come into her own. She is very busy and active. She may be estimated to be 10 years old, but she has the energy of a 10 month old! Nina loves exploring a secured yard, trying to pick up and gnaw on chew toys (despite only having 4 teeth), and following her person around. One of her funniest tricks is "human climbing". She can act like a bird and perch on your shoulder if you're sitting on the couch, just to ensure she is the closest of all of the dogs to any possible kisses. She is not at all afraid to climb right over the other 2 dogs to make sure she "wins" foster mom's lap!

Nina is VERY picky about her fur friends. The first few days with her current fur brothers were a little scary for her, probably from her past life of having to survive on the streets alone. When Nina feels threatened she can lash out at the other pups in a sort of frenzied panic. Now that she is comfortable in her foster home, Nina loves to play and wrestle with Toby (another UYR foster pup), and she never seems to get nervous at all with him. We will have to be very careful introducing her to any new dogs because this little lady obviously had a traumatizing past that can trigger a significant response. If she goes to a home with other pets, she will need to be around very friendly, calm, and tolerant dogs willing to help her feel safe and ignore her PTSD during her transition.

There is nothing sweeter than the lightest and quick kisses from Nina's tiny, sideways tongue! Since she only has her top 4 front teeth, every lick seems to alternate out of one side of her mouth and then the other.

Please Note: Nina cannot be adopted into a home with children under 14 due to her small and fragile size. She has a lot of love to give and lots of life left in her for playing and cuddling.

Updated BIO 5/24/2015

Nina is a tiny 4 lb. 10 year old Yorkie girl being fostered in Clearwater, FL.

Nina had a BIG day a few weeks ago. She underwent a spay and had some pretty major dental work. Little Nina was so sedated afterwards she needed to be syringe fed water and hand fed soft food for almost two days! But she eventually perked up and is now back to her old self. Her dental condition was worse than we had hoped…..Prolonged infection and lack of dental care over time took their toll and resulted in some bone loss in her jaw. When this happens, the teeth become to lose to save and that was the case for Nina. She lost a total of 13 teeth. On a positive note we were able to save 4 of her upper front teeth and with these and a diet of soft food and treats going forward she should manage just fine and she has begun eating and drinking on her own.

Nina is a fighter and she is in the process of regaining her health and strength. We feel like based on everything she has gone through recently it will likely be mid-June before she is ready to go to her forever home. However, we are already accepting applications for her so if you think this sweetheart would be a good addition to your home and have no small children under age 14 then please go ahead and apply for her. We would also appreciate it greatly if you would consider donating towards her medical care; Nina would really appreciate any help and sends tons of puppy kisses.

Updated bio 5/18/15 Nina ia a 4.13 pound little girl. She is approximately 10 years old and being fostered in Jacksonville, FL.

Nina is slowly adjusting to her new digs in Jacksonville, FL. She is doing a lot of pacing and looking for a safe place. We discovered she is food aggressive. I am sure that being a small dog that will almost fit in your pocket she had to fight the big guys for food and other things. Especially since we know she did spend time on the streets alone before being picked up and taken to the shelter.

She is most comfortable in a dark crate where she feels secure. She will need her dental and spay in the next 10-14 days. She is having difficulty with her trachea and we will have it evaluated when she has her surgery. Please watch for updates as she adjust to her new foster home. If you are interested in little Nina she would prefer to be the only animal with no children under 16 years of age. She will give you lots of kisses if you become her person.

Updated Bio. 5/15/15 Nina is the sweetest little 4.13 pound, approximately 10 or 11 year old darling girl. She is being fostered in Jacksonville, FL.

Nina had her vet visit yesterday. She is now all up to date on her vaccinations. She is Heartworm and Fecal Negative. The vet said she listened to her heart and lungs and she is a very healthy dog for 10 or 11 years old. She is very active and alert.

Nina is now being treated for mild eye conjunctivitis and ears infections. She also has a cough and is on antibiotics for that. The vet is not sure if she picked up kennel cough at the shelter or from her serious periodontal disease. After a week on the antibiotics she will be reevaluated and hopefully at that time get her teeth taken care of, which she desperately needs, and also get her spay.

She is such a good girl, it is hard to believe all that she has gone through. She was found wondering the streets as a stray and taken into the shelter as a matted mess. She was so bad they couldn't see her eyes or ears to examine her. They shaved her down and discovered this tiny yorkie under all that hair.

While she has only been in her foster home for two days we have learned that she is most likely house trained. She is quiet and so well behaved. She loves to be outside and will run all over the fenced backyard, sniffing everything she can. We have not yet heard her bark. She is a good eater and did great in the car on her way to her foster home. She is in a puppy pen now. Because of her cough, she needs to be away from the other dogs, but she never complains.

Don't let Nina's age scare you. There is plenty of life yet in this adorable little girl. Once her eyes, ears, and cough are cleared up and she has had her dental (she will probably lose some teeth) and spay she will be ready to go.

If you want a little baby who will sit on your lap and love you and who is small enough to take where ever you go, this is the girl for you. Because of her age and size, Nina cannot go to a home with children under 14 years of age.

Give Nina her second chance to live out the rest of her life with love and kindness and care.

Initial Bio 5/13/15: Nina just came into rescue from a kill shelter, saved at the last moment because the adopter backed out. She is very sweet, but has bilateral eye infections and was so matted that she had to be shaved down. Please stay tuned for more info on this little girl.

To date we've spent $581.94 on Nina's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $170.00 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Nina click here.
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Updated bio: 7/19/15 -- Hi Everyone. My name is Perla. I am 6 years old. I now weigh a perfect 5.2 pounds, and I am looking so good. I am being fostered in Delray Beach, FL.

Although I was not well and was underweight, I am proud to say I now weigh a whopping 5.2 pounds, and I am very healthy. I have also learned to use a wee wee pad regularly, but my foster mom is very pleased that lots of times I wait for Foster Mom to take me out. I don't like grass, but will happy do my business on a sidewalk or other cement. I don't signal to go out but when Foster Mom takes me out-- I go.

I do have one problem that Foster Mom can't fix. I will not eat any kind of dog food, AT ALL!!! Foster Mom makes me a loaf with lean ground beef, mixed with rice and string beans and carrots. She gives me 1/4 cup two times a day. She made me taste every dog food she could find. I guess I just like my foster mom’s cooking the best. Since I don’t eat much it is easy to make a whole week’s worth of food and give me a little each day. Not too much to ask for such a sweet little girl like me. I am totally worth it.

I used to nip my foster mom’s dog when she took him out alone but not anymore! Only he better not come too near my food. Other than that, I have learned to get along with other dogs.

Foster mom has taught me that people love me. Now I go to everyone who will bend down. I sleep in bed with Foster Mom and her dog, Elvis. I am always willing to meet other dogs with a lot of curiosity. I like to squeak my toys. I'm cute and Foster Mom says when my hair grows in I will be beautiful.

I take two meds every other day. One is omega 3 and the other is because my thyroid and calcium were out of whack. Because I don't eat dog food I need the vitamins in these two meds. One is about $15 a month, and the omega 3 is around $24 every three months or so and that is only $8 a month. Really not a lot of money for a great dog because I am as sweet as sugar.

Now, I know I get along with other dogs, but really I would like to have my very own person, so I don't have to share. Oh, and one more thing, I don't like to be alone for hours and hours at a time.

Because I am so small I cannot go to a home with children under the age of 14. I you would like to make me your forever baby, please fill out an adoption application. I am so worth it. You will see.

UPDATED BIO 05/29/15. Perla is a 5 year old 4.3 lb Yorkie girl being fostered in Delray Beach FL.

Hello again every one. It's Perla and I'm back with an update. I'm still trying to gain some weight. I don't eat chicken anymore because it gave me an upset tummy. My Foster Mom makes me a special concoction with ground beef, rice and green beans and that is working better for me. She is SO GOOD to me so I'm going to make her happy by gobbling it up! She wants me to me closer to 5 lbs so I will try my best. My Dogtor is waiting for my thyroid tests to come back but my calcium levels are normal now so that is good. My Foster Mom says I am such a sweet girl and have made such progress!

FM says I like to be wherever she is. I love to squeak my toys and chew bones. I sleep with FM at night as close as I can get

I now use my wee wee pad most of the time, at least 98 %. I will now pee and poo outside but I don't like grass so I go on the cement but love wee wee pads too. I want to go everyplace with you! I am not really happy with other dogs but I'm getting better but don't come near me when I eat or I will angrily chase you away! I like the car and love when foster mom takes me for a walk. If I'm not in the mood to walk I plant my feet and you need to pick me up. I would love to be an only dog so I can just be loved all time. Is that YOU? If so then PLEASE apply to adopt me and make me your FUREVER GIRL. Love Perla

Phyllis Schwartz

UPDATED BIO 5/4/2015: Perla is a 5 year old (estimated 4-6) 4.5 pound Yorkie Girl being fostered in Delray Beach FL.

Well Hello there EVERY PAWDY! It’s ME Perla here with an update on what’s happening these last 3 weeks. Things are definitely looking UP for me! You may remember that my last owner had to give me up because she got Alzheimer's and couldn’t take care of me anymore. She loved me a lot but because of her illness, I was unintentionally neglected. I didn't get my thyroid medicine and had terrible fleas that got me very sick.

When foster mom got me I was not potty trained at all. Now after only 5 weeks, I am flea-free, back on my medicine and BEST OF ALL I am doing SO GOOD using potty pads! If there is a potty pad in a room I am in, I will use it 90% of the time to pee pee and once in a great while to poo! Is that just TOTALLY PAWSOME or WHAT???? I am doing MUCH better with my behavior too. When I came here I was SO VERY AFRAID because I was in a strange place with new people and I had been through so many changes I didn’t know WHAT to EXPECT. I was SO SCARED I would sometimes nip at my foster mom if she wanted to pick me up……She was just trying to HELP ME…….I didn’t understand……..And I feel bad because now I JUST LOVE HER to PIECES and I would rather be in her lap than just about ANYWHERE! I have turned from a scared little waif to the sweetest little lap dog around town!

Let’s see….what ELSE have I done? Oh yes, I am also working on my LEASH WALKING. This was something I never did before coming to live with Foster Mom. I am doing so good with house training and being NICE that my Foster Mom says I can learn to walk on a leash now and I’m doing better every day. Pretty soon I will be an expert leash walker!

Did I mention that I LOVE TO BE WITH MY HUMAN? My favorite thing to do is be with my PERSON; doesn’t matter WHERE that is…..it can be in the car, curled up in a lap or snuggled up inside my person’s arms. I missed out on loving like this and I am ready to make up for LOST TIME!

I need medication every day for my calcium/thyroid condition. It costs about $52 per month. I have some dandruff which the vet says is because I didn't get my meds every day. A drop or two of omega 3 on my food will is helping with that too.

Are you ready for the best news? My Foster Mom thought it would be a LONG TIME til I was ready to be adopted because of my fear issues. BUT………I have done SO WELL with that……SHE NOW THINKS I AM READY FOR THE WORLD! I am OVER THE MOON excited to think that maybe soon I will be going to my FOREVER HOME soon!

For me, my perfect forever home is probably one where I can be the only dog. I liked the dogs I saw at grooming today but when foster mom's dog gets in the same room as my food I'm not nice to him. I'm getting better at that too. I have made so much progress……Foster Mom says I am a “PEARL of a GIRL!” Oh yes, and I am also bilingual! I can bark and woof in both English AND Spanish! I came from a Spanish speaking home but my English is coming along and I just learned how to make a toy squeak!! I just bite and bite and bite and the toys squeak and squeak. Who KNEW? If you are ready to have a Pearl of a Girl for your very own, then apply to ADOPT ME!

UPDATED BIO 4/14/2015: Hi, my name is Perla. I am being fostered in Delray Beach, Florida. I am between 6 and 7 years old and weigh 4.7 pounds, but foster mom thinks another pound will make me the perfect size.

I have lived all my life with a nice lady who got too old and sick to take care of me. She did not potty train me at all, but my foster mom says I am learning quickly where to do my business. I am learning English slowly, but foster mom talks to me mostly in Spanish, especially about going to wee wee pad to potty!

Because I was not outside much, I am scared of just about everything. My foster mom is teaching me a lot.

I need to be an only dog to someone who will continue to show me how to not be afraid. Other dogs scare me, and I am not too nice to them!

I will be having a dental soon. I am already spayed. Foster mom will update you on my progress. She calls me Pearl because she knows I will come out of my shell nice and shiny! Wouldn't you like to love a Pearl like me?

Initial Bio 3/29/15 Perla is a very sweet, small little girl, She is between 6 1/2 and 7 years old. She is a little too thin right now at not quite 7 pounds. She is being fostered in Delray Beach, FL.

Little Perla was sadly surrendered by her owner who has becoIme too elderly and ill to care for her. She is a very loving, friendly dog. Perla has a calcium imbalance that is well controlled by medication. She may need the medication for her life, but with it she is able to have a long, healthy life. Her former owner said the medication costs about $52 a month. She will be taken to the vet soon and we will have more information on her condition.

Peril's owner didn't house train her, so her foster mom will be working hard on that. In fact she followed her foster brother out to the yard to potty. She is already learning. She is a little too thin right now. Her foster mom will get her on a diet to increase her weight to one that is right for her.

Please check back soon for more information on Perla as her foster mom gets to know her better.

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

To fill out the adoption application for Perla click here.
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Updated bio 7/22/15 Pippi is the cutest little 4 ½ year old sweetheart. She weighs 8.5 pounds. Pippi is being fostered in Riverview, FL

Pippi has been in her foster home for almost 2 weeks and here is what her FM has to say: Pippi is an absolutely adorable Yorkie girl and a joy to foster! She is dainty, obedient, and quiet. She is not shy and loves to give love and attention to whomever will pet her, but she mostly wants to be with and please her "person."

Pippi enjoys napping in her bed, cuddling on her person's lap, and generally relaxing. She will jump up on furniture to relax, but if told to get down, she will go in her bed to continue her nap. She does have a little spunk too. She dances to go out, enjoys dinnertime and likes to go on a walk where she does well on a leash.

It is unknown what Pippi went through in her past life, but we suspect it may not have been pleasant. She is a little timid and does startle easy and cowers with loud noises, screaming voices, and thunderstorms. And, if she is really scared, she will piddle just a tiny bit, but only when something extra noisy occurs (there has been a lot of commotion in our house with 4 excitable dogs, loud construction next door, and people coming and going.)

We suspect Pippi may have come from an environment where she may have been yelled at and/or scolded and/or kept outside without insulation from the booming Florida thunder. For that reason, Pippi would be best in a quiet home without small children. Other than overcoming her noise-based fears, Pippi is a perfect pup! She is a wonderful and sweet girl, doesn't bark, is obedient, smart and enjoys learning new commands. So far she knows "come", "no", "good girl", "sit", and "down." Pippi is also crate-trained, potty-trained, and treat motivated.

Pippi would be great in an adult home with someone home most of the day or working part-time. She would be fine as an only "child" as she seems to ignore our other dogs and gets a little jealous when she is not receiving Foster Mom's full attention, otherwise she is fine around other dogs (we have not seen her with cats but would guess it would be about the same.)

When Pippi arrived, she was in-heat. We are waiting for that cycle to end so she is ready for her spay. We are hoping that will take place next week and at the same time she will be getting her dental. Afterwards, she will be ready for her forever home! Do you have a loving heart, gentle hand, and quiet home that would be a fit for Pippi? Can you provide a place where she can feel safe and secure so she can finally blossom into the super-confident pup? If so, please apply to adopt her!

Initial Bio 7-13-15. Meet Pippi. She is a sweet little 8.4 pound Yorkie. She is estimated to be between 4 and 5 years old. She is being fostered in Riverview, FL.

Pippi arrived at her foster home just a day ago. Although her foster parent is just getting to know her, she said she is a sweet little girl and loves to cuddle and sit on her person's lap.

Pippi is now up to date on her vaccinations. She will be getting her spay soon.

Pictures and more information on Pippi coming very soon. This is one sweet baby who is ready to be loved forever.

To date we've spent $188.24 on Pippi's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Pippi click here.
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Initial Bio 7-14-15 Princie is a very sweet but timid little boy. He is 6 1/2 years old and only 5.5 pounds. He is being fostered in Leesburg, FL.

Princie arrived at his foster home today. He is such a loving, darling little boy who only wants to feel safe and secure.

Princie was saved by his former owners who rescued him from an abusive situation. He is still slowing signs of that trauma. It was only recently that his former owners, who loved him very much had to make the hard and very sad decision to surrender him to United Yorkie Rescue because he was being bullied and picked on by the bigger dog in his home. His owners realized that Princie needed to be in a home where he would not be terrorized and frightened all the time if he was ever going to live a happy life.

Princie already feels happier in his foster home with his foster sisters and brother who are his size and smaller, but he still has a ways to go to feel comfortable and secure. Princie would need a home preferably where he is the only dog, or with a dog much smaller than he and more on the docile side.

Princie appears to be not totally house trained. His former owners said he may mark. However, Princie has had several accidents in the house so his foster parents are not sure that he really is fully house trained. He does go outside, but he will potty inside too. His foster parents are working on stopping this, but it may take a little time. It may also be that he is not familiar with where to go and how to ask to go out and once he figures that out he will no long potty in the house. Princie does ride great in the car, walks nicely on the leash, and so far has been very quiet.

Princie is already neutered and fully vaccinated. A home with adults only and no other pets would be best for Princie, however a very small dog and children over the age of 14 might be okay too. Whoever does adopt Princie will have to have be patient with him while he learns to trust that he no longer has to be afraid of anything again.

If you would like to make this very sweet and loving little boy yours forever and give him his safe and happily ever after, please fill out an adoption application and make him yours.

Please continue to check Princie's bio as his forster parents get to know more about Princie and discover his true personality.

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkielove24@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Princie click here.
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Reese is an adorable Yorkie boy who is 7 years old and weighs 7.5 lbs. Reese is being fostered in Bunnell, FL.


Nancy Stanley, Nestor Sanchez, Holly Stavis

UPDATED BIO 04/20/2015; Hi! My name is Reese; I am a 7-year-old absolutely adorable little Yorkie boy. I weigh 7.5 lbs. I am being fostered in Bunnell, FL

When I first came to my Foster Mom's house, I was pretty scared and not sure what to do or what was expected of me. I was just really scared and didn't know how to tell her stuff. Come to find out I learned that she figured me out. She just kept giving me hugs and lots of love and realized that when I bark sometimes it meant I was telling her I wanted her to pet me or pick me up.

Foster Mom has other dogs here. I don't mind them, but I would rather sit on her lap all day long now that I'm not so scared. I even get to sleep with my foster mommy and a couple of my yorkie sisters, but I don't mind at all.

When I "talk", it sometimes sounds like a growl, but Foster Mom understands that’s how I talk and then she talks to me and I'm fine. I just am trying to get her attention. I just love lots of attention, lots of lap time, and loads of love. I really like it best when she picks me up and only gives me attention. Before I came to my foster home, I didn’t get very much attention and was alone a lot. I guess I am making up for lost time.

I am a good eater and like my kibble a lot. I eat in my own space since I like to steal the other dogs' food. I'm not so good with sharing toys either. When I get one I don't like to give it back. I might growl, but I never bite. My foster mom is working on that and I am learning it is good to share and there is plenty for everyone. I don't like crates at all. It is too scary and lonely in there. It reminds me of when I was in the shelter and I was so afraid and alone. I also don’t like men in hats. That scares me too. I think someone like that once hurt me.

My perfect home would be one with maybe a person like my foster mom who is home a lot. Foster Mom thinks that would be best so they could be consistent like with my training, like reminding me not to growl or bark when I want attention and teaching me to wait before eating. I am learning proper puppy manners, which I apparently missed in my former home.

I am really very smart and catch onto new things pretty fast. I would really prefer to be the only doggie in the house. Foster Mom said I need someone who can be strong enough so that I don't wrap them around my paws. She said that she thinks that is what happened in my former home, and that's not a good thing. I am happiest when I know exactly what my human expects from me and I really want to be well mannered. So...if you have a lot of love and attention and time to give to me, I'll be your best friend!

Updated Bio 03/02/15:Reese is a sweetheart. At this time his Foster Mom feels like he is not quite ready for adoption. He is still food and toy aggressive. It appears that currently out of nowhere, he will growl and potentially nip. FM is able to calm him down in time, but she feels he may possibly bite if provoked or scared.

Reese does get along with the other dogs. He sleeps with FM and the 4 others and is quite a lap dog. He does not like men in hats. He loves to jump up and loves attention. He does understand "no, get down and stop". He is also house trained ~ yeah! FM will continue working with him on a daily basis. At this point it is unsure what length of time it will take her to correct these bad behaviors. Reese most likely needs a home with an strong alpha role in his life, so he won't revert back to these inappropriate behaviors.

Updated BIO 02/01/2015: Reese is an adorable, Yorkie who is 7 years old, and weighs 7.5 lbs. Reese is being fostered in Bunnell, FL. Sadly, Reese landed in a shelter when his former owner surrendered him because they could not afford to give him the care and life he deserves. The shelter reached out to United Yorkie Rescue for help in finding Reese a new home that will be a perfect as he is adorable.

So far, Reese doesn’t like men wearing hats and being inside a crate. He also has some food aggression issues we are working on but currently he is being fed apart from his foster siblings. He likes having things on “his terms” but this could be a fear response from being in a shelter environment. HIs foster mom is working very hard with Reese to resolve these issues.

He loves his person and is very much a “lap dog.” Despite some of his behavioral “issues” he is sweet and very easy to love. He loves belly rubs and is getting lots of one on one time to make sure he knows he is safe and loved.

Initial Bio 01/31/15: Reese arrived here tonite..he's happy to be out of the shelter, he's quite the chick magnet to my 4 little girls, they love him. Poor Lil guy he is sound asleep and wanted to say goodnight. A big thanks to Lee Filer for getting him to me. More updates to follow after he settles in. He will be a great lil guy for any family..he is looking for love.

To date we've spent $459.38 on Reese's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $130.75 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Reese click here.
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Updated Bio 7-24-15 – Sparky is an energetic, little 2.5-year-old, 8 pound yorkie boy. He is being fostered in Dunedin, FL

Hi everyone, Sparky here with lots to say!

Foster Mom says I’m so sweet I should melt in the rain! I’ve already taught her lots of things about me like I love everything and everybody! I’m a happy little fellow, who is too thin for my size, but my foster mom says she is going to fatten me up some. I travel very well in a car with my harness and safety leash always on. I walk well on a leash, and get all sorts of compliments when I walk my foster mom around.

I have a little bit of a cough, so I’m taking some pills to make me better. I’m not completely house trained, but I do like to potty outside. Foster Mom is helping me figure it out, and I just know I’ll get it really soon. I’m adjusting quite well in my foster home, and I will make someone a great family member soon!

Because I’m still a young fellow, I love to run and play, and will need a fenced in yard, but still I will need to be supervised. Because I am small I can’t go to a home with children under 12 years old.

I’m not quite ready for adoption right now, but we are taking applications, so feel free to fill one out just for me. You won’t be sorry to make me your special little fellow.

Initial Bio 7-22-15 Meet Sparky, United Yorkie Rescue's newest little fellow. Sparky is a young boy, probably only about a year old. He is a Yorkie mix and weighs 12.2 pounds. He is being fostered in Dunedin, FL.

Sparky just arrived at his foster home today and his foster mom and dad are just getting to know him. What they already knows that Sparky did great in the car ride to his foster home. He appears to be super sweet and has attached himself to his foster parents. He seems to be getting along well with his new foster brother and even the cats.

Being so young Sparky is full of puppy energy, but he did walk very nicely on the leash when taken outside to do his business.

There will be more coming on Sparky soon as he settles into his foster home. Watch for updates and new pictures.

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

To fill out the adoption application for Sparky click here.
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Toby is our 4 month old pup without the proper use of his back legs, being fostered in Clearwater, FL. Here is his newest video showing how he walks:



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Update Bio 07/07/15: Toby is now 10 months old and weighs about 8 pounds. He is still being fostered in Clearwater, FL and continues practicing with his new back legs. He is having trouble putting his feet correctly on the ground, so he can often drag the top of his foot. We're still trying different shoes and grippy socks to help him figure this out, but nothing's really worked so far. If the shoe can come off, it becomes his new favorite chew toy. Toby loves running around, no matter how awkward it can look at times. He even taught himself how to play fetch! The surgeon who has been working with Toby is still waiting to see how his legs continue to heal before declaring him officially "finished". We think it's looking really good for him so far.

This week, Toby had an unplanned vet visit for his first ear infection. You can see in this picture, he was NOT excited. Now that his legs can function, he is sort of able to scratch his ears. It mostly looks like he is smacking himself in the head, but that's his hint to Foster Mom that he needs her help. The last two nights he has woken up multiple times asking for help. Then last night, he wouldn't let FM touch his right ear. We noticed some drainage, redness & swelling. It hasn't slowed him down any, but we know he'll be feeling tons better after his 10 days of treatment.

Updated bio 6/1/15 Toby is an amazing puppy who is 9 months old today. He weighs about 8 pounds. He is being fostered in Clearwater, FL

"Don't feel bad for me anymore. All of my feet can touch the floor!"

Toby Video

Toby had surgery on his other back leg, WOOHOO! Everything is looking great so far. Let's hope this was his final surgery and all of his procedures are behind him. We know he still has plenty of healing, learning and strengthening ahead, but he looks like he's on his way to chasing lizards around soon. Once he figures out how to keep his back legs underneath his body, he'll be unstoppable!

After the first 2 surgeries on his right leg, the surgeon gave Toby a little break to stay in his foster home and "be a puppy" as he built up his strength for the next surgery and recovery process to start. Once again, he has to spend the weekdays at the vet and return only for the weekends. It seems Toby is a bit more emotional this time around. He wants to be touching FM at all times and has learned a new sweet little trick. If FM stands still long enough, Toby puts his small front paw on her foot, licks her ankle and waits to be scooped up and held close. Everyone in the house must have grown accustomed to Toby's company during his break, because the resident dog nearly tackled him through the door! It's been hard to tell these boys that wrestling and toy tug-o-war is not allowed for a while. They seem to be making due by teaming up against the squeaker toys of the world, determined to tear them all to shreds. Once today's battle has been won, they snuggle next to each other amid the fluff and stuffing of their victory and sleep until the next squeak calls them back to action.

We will keep you informed as his healing and therapy continues. We are all eager to see how he learns to walk with the benefit of 4 functioning legs!

Update 03/28/15: On April Fools Day, Toby will be 7 months old! He now weighs 7 pounds and is still being fostered in Clearwater, FL.

As you may know, Toby is the pup who was born with severly deformed back legs. So far, he has had 2 surgeries on his right leg to give him the chance to walk. The surgeon has been wanting to keep a very close eye on his masterpiece-in-progress, so Toby has been staying half of each week with the vet and the other half in his foster home. Toby has been cheerfully tolerating our joint custody arrangement & is progressing like a champ! He has had his hard splint off for 2 weeks now and is balancing on his right back leg really well. He doesn't usually try to put any real weight on it while he's walking yet, but we know he's still learning. Plus, he has no muscle to speak of in his tiny little butt and back half. Since his legs never worked correctly, his muscles wasted away where they weren't being used. We are super proud of him for simply putting his foot on the ground & trying with each step. Slowly, as Toby is allowed more activity by the surgeon, we know he will build those muscles and run like the wind. FM was so excited to have the splint off, she rushed to buy a life jacket and get him started on some swimming therapy. Toby isn't too sure he likes the water, but he loves his FM and the treats she brought in the pool! We just got the news that Toby is doing so well he gets to stay home for the next few weeks. We are also starting to plan for the first surgery on his left rear leg sometime in May. For now, his crooked left leg sort of dangles and drags. Toby thanks all of you for the incredible support! He already looks pretty proud of himself & we're only halfway there. It will be exciting to see him using all four legs in a few more months. Stay tuned!

Update 2/23/2015 Toby is going to make an appearance at the "Get Rescued in Gulfport" event on Saturday, Feb. 28th in Gulfport, FL. If you want to say "Hi" to this darling boy, he will be at the UYR tent for the first 2 hours (before lunch).

Toby is 5.5 months old now and is our pup that was born with deformed rear legs. He had his second surgery on his right rear leg last week. The surgeon put in a second plate that overlaps and extends past the first plate fusing his knee in the correct position. This second plate will help stabilize his leg where it fractured after his first procedure due to his tiny and fragile bones and the screws needed to help give him a chance to walk in the future. Toby is feeling SO good now! He cannot wait for the doctor to give him permission to try out this "walking" thing he sees all the other pups doing. Until then, Toby is confined to his foster mom and dad's laps while they attempt to find toys to entertain him and keep him still. If you've ever met a puppy, you know that's a tricky task, but also so rewarding, fun, and full of kisses. Don't you want to foster too? Not all foster pups are as needy as Toby. Most of our dogs only need a warm bed and loving hand while they wait for their forever homes. Thinking it over but have questions? Ask. It never hurts to give it a try.

Update 02/09/15: Poor Toby found the first bump in his road to recovery today. The vet removed his bandaged splint to assess his movement and found that his leg has broken below the plate and lowest screw. They used the smallest possible hardware for his knee fusion, but Toby's bones are so small and fragile and started from such an extremely distorted position that his tiny bone fractured. The surgeon may have to perform a second surgery to elongate the fused section with a second plate to stabilize his fractured leg. We will not know the official plan until next week as they continue to watch him closely and formulate the best course of action. We knew from the beginning that Toby's case was very complicated and may require multiple procedures, let's just hope this is his only setback and his repair is still possible. Please be patient as we wait for more information. We will update you with his progress as soon as we know more. We could not be more thankful to all of you for the incredibly generous support in donations and well wishes. We (Toby & UYR) could not do this without you.

Update 02/07/2015: TOBY (Florida) had his first surgery on Wednesday! The surgeon was able to get his right rear leg straight by fusing his knee joint in a fixed position. He says we're off to a great start in Toby's long process towards standing up on his own. We feel very lucky that he let Toby come home with his foster parents for a weekend of intense snuggle therapy while on strict bed rest orders. Toby will return on Monday and stay the entire week again for them to watch his movements and begin his rehab. Toby has no idea how to move with a straight leg and a foot that now points towards the ground. Poor little guy either falls over and whimpers in confusion or takes a few steps while doing a handstand as his bandaged leg and other rear leg hover above the ground. He has a lot of learning and practice to do as he heals. We appreciate all of the strength you are sending his way!

02/03/2015: Toby (Florida) checked into the vet on Monday morning for his first surgery. He's only 5 months old and hoping that after a couple of surgeries, he may be able to stand up with the use of his back legs for the first time in his life! Unfortunately, due to an emergency with another dog, the surgeon called that afternoon to let us know he had to postpone Toby's procedure. He hoped to fit him in sometime today (Tuesday), but again, today was too busy. We were planning to pick him up and take him home for the weekend until we could reschedule. Then... somebody had to cancel their appointment for surgery tomorrow (Wednesday) so Toby's surgery is back on the books! YAY! Everyone wish him luck and let's keep our fingers crossed that everything goes well and he isn't too scared. The surgeon plans on keeping a close eye on him in the office for a few days after surgery, so we will send another update when he gets to come back to his foster home & let everyone know how this first step in his long journey is coming along.

TOBY update 1/18/2015: Good news & bad news. He just had his first visit to the specialist and we're in a tough spot. Toby's legs are so extremely rotated, the doctor says he only sees 1-2 cases/year this severe, and each one is very different. The surgeon says, although it will be a "significant challenge", he thinks he may be able to fix Toby's legs!! Hooray! There is no guarantee, and it may take more than one surgery per leg, BUT how great would it be if Toby could stand up and/or walk on his own for the rest of his life?!

The bad news... this could be even more expensive than we thought. Best case scenario, with everything going perfectly, his surgeries will be $4,000. It could possibly reach as much as $6-7,000! We have had so much support, and donations (big and small) have been coming in to help little Toby. Every little bit helps a great deal and you are ALL amazing & appreciated.

Some people may recommend a "wheelie cart" instead of surgery. Understandable. If you were a young kid and your legs could be fixed, would you rather have the limits of wheels your whole life?

Some may also point out how happy he is now...

Here are a few things Toby cannot do:

1. Cross a threshold. Toby's back legs get hooked on door frames and it can hurt and be really scary. He'd really like to just run inside like the other pup, but he has to stand and wait for someone to lift him over every bump and step.

2. Go potty without struggling to do a handstand. Toby tries SO hard to keep his legs clean. When he has to potty, he balances all of his weight on his 2 front legs while his back legs quiver and dangle, hovering as much as he can manage (about an inch off the ground). That's hard work!

3. Scratch his own ears. Poor Toby rubs his ears with his front legs as much as he can, but it doesn't do the trick. When his ears itch, he has to ask for help from Foster Mom or Foster Dad.

These may seem small, but Toby is such a young puppy, has so much life ahead of him, and he wants to be independent & free to explore. Wouldn't it be great if we could at least TRY to give him the gift of walking? If anyone has ideas to help raise money, please share. Pass Toby's story along to your friends and family too.

Initial Bio 1-6-15: Toby was born without the proper use of his hind legs. He has been mostly dragging his back legs his whole life, though he does try very hard to make them work.

We have an appointment next week with our surgical specialist to see what we can do to help little Toby. Hopefully, surgery can fix the problem. If surgery is not an option, we will still work towards any recommended plan of action to make sure Toby can move around without risk of further injury or pain. The doctor needs more x-rays to look closely at the deformity of his legs/knees before deciding the best next step.

We can do it! UYR has the most amazing supporters (more and more each day) and Toby has that strong Yorkie spirit to get him through ANYTHING! Now, he needs your help to get him all fixed up. Please support in any way you can by donating a few dollars towards his surgery and anticipated therapies OR simply by sharing his story.

Toby was initially afraid and distrusting of a petting hand. His fluffy puppy hair was already in matted clumps all over his body. It took both myself (Foster Mom) and Foster Dad working together for 2 hours to clip his hair as he was very jumpy around scissors and clippers. We gave him many breaks to rest and recover as to not make his first day too stressful. Once we could better see how his legs were moving under that hair, both of us couldn't help the tears welling up in our eyes. Toby felt AMAZING after his fresh haircut and bath and started quickly giving kisses and playing with the permanent dog of the house. He has never known any other life, so his way of moving around isn't sad for him at all. What a tough little pup! The only time Toby seems frustrated, is when he sees the other dog easily go up a stair or over a threshold that he needs help tackling. He is eager to explore the yard, but the smallest ruffle of a leaf sends him scooting away as fast as he can. The world seems brand new to him and it's a little bit exciting, but sometimes pretty scary. Sweet Toby is getting a crash course in socializing and learning about everything so quickly.

Toby is not yet available for adoption. Let's figure out what he needs first and make sure he gets it. I promise to keep the updates coming and please keep watching for a video of him wiggling about soon.

Adoption Pending

To date we've spent $2662.78 on Toby's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $5957.00 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Toby click here.
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Tommy is an 8-year-old terrier mix being fostered in North Port, FL


Nestor Sanchez

Updated Bio 7/27/2015 Tommy is a 7-8 year old, 10 lb male terrier being fostered in North Port FL

Tommy is a 7 year old 10lb terrier mix fostered in North Port, FL.

FM wants everyone to know I am a unique little active buddy that likes to run around and play play play.

I enjoy going for walks so much that when I see my halter I jump up and try to chew it before FM gets a chance to put it on. Lol Of course I love sitting on the couch next to FM and getting lots of kisses!

My favorite part of the day is meal time. I stand up on my hind legs and do a little dance till FM puts my bowl down. I feel bad about trying to nip anyone coming close to my bowl but ,I hope u understand that I was starved for long time and am always afraid my food is going to disappear!

FM keeps telling me that will never happen again.

If you have lots of patience and love to give me, please fill out an adoption application. Thank You, Tommy .

Update 06/29/15: Tommy is a 7/8 year old terrier being fostered in North Port, FL

Foster Mom wants everyone to know that I now weigh a healthy 10 lbs and my fur is almost all grown in!! Yay! I have become a happy little man who loves to run around in the backyard and get fluffy toys and make FM play run and catch!! Now I don't mind the other "buddies" in my foster home and even tried to play with little Judy B!!

I love being in foster mom's lap and getting belly/back scratches. Being picked up and getting lots of kisses also makes me feel great! Sometimes I get a little snappy when someone also wants attention from FM but I'm getting better!! I'm happy to always have food to eat but owing to having been starved for a long time, I will not allow anyone but FM sometimes near my bowl of food..

If you can give me lots of time, patience and love, please fill out an adoption application... Xoxo Tommy

Updated Bio 5-26-15 Tommy is steadily gaining weight. He is now weighing 9 lbs. though a healthier weight for him would be 10 or 11 lbs. His fur is growing very nicely and Foster Mom is continuing to bathe him twice a week.

Tommy enjoys running in the backyard and playing with fuzzy toys. He ignores his foster buddies. Foster Mom thinks an ideal forever home would be one where he would be the only pup.

Tommy, of course, craves and needs lots of attention and love. He is food aggressive owing to his horrific past and Foster Mom doesn't know if he will ever get over that.

If you feel you have lots of time and tons of love to give please fill out an adoption application. Tommy is most deserving!!

Updated bio 5-9-15 Tommy boy is an 8-year-old little terrier mix. He is still underweight at 6 pounds. Tommy is being fostered in North Port, FL.

Guess what?? Tommy got a great vet report! His blood work was great. All levels are normal. No thyroid issues and no heart murmur either. His hair loss may be due to flea infestation, but it is growing back. Foster Mom is continuing to bathe him on a daily basis. Tommy’s vet said it’s okay to continue giving him liquid Benadryl.

Tommy is still underweight. He needs to have his weight at at least 8 lbs. But he has gained ½ pound so that is the good news. He is getting his three meals a day and enjoying every one of them. His house training is continuing and he is making progress.

Tommy had his teeth and gums cleaned. What a difference. No more stinky breath. He had 4 teeth removed. Tommy is currently on Amoxicillin for the severe gum disease and also on Hydroxyzine for the skin itching. It seems to be helping since he is itching much less and there are signs of fur growth.

Until Tommy reaches 8 pounds he will not be ready to be adopted, but we are taking application for him. This is one very special little boy, who more than anything deserves a forever home and a very happy forever life. He has been through so much and still loves everyone. Hopefully the right person or family is out there to give Tommy that happily ever after he so deserves.

Update 05/04/15: FM now working on potty training.

Of course Tommy still has to gain about 3 lbs but that shouldn't take too long as he just loves to eat.He is a sweet little man that needs a lot of TLC and gives tons in return.

Will keep you updated on his progress..

Initial Bio 4-30-15 This very sad little boy is Tommy. Tommy was just rescued today. Tommy is a too skinny 5.5 pounds. He is possibly 8 years old. He is being forested in North Port, FL.

Tommy's first stop tomorrow morning is the vet for a complete medical check up. We do know that he is severely underweight and should weight closer to 7 or 8 pounds. He has a heart murmur, periodontal disease, and severe hair loss, which could be from a possible thyroid or endocrine dysfunction or possibly flea dermatitis. We will know so much more tomorrow.

His foster mom said despite everything he is very sweet and loving, though pretty weak right now. Tommy did not deserve what has happened to him. So much neglect and sadness in his life. Tommy is safe now. He will never be looking out from behind bars again.

After Tommy's vet visit tomorrow we will know more. Please continue to check on Tommy's progress and pictures as he is loved and cared for by his foster parents and United Yorkie Rescue.

To date we've spent $578.70 on Tommy's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $100.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkieluv681@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Tommy click here.
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Tsula is a 4 1/2 year old 5.5 lb female being fostered in Suwanee, GA


Irene and Peter Havas, Kate Young, Holly Stavis, Holly Stavis

Updated Bio 7/10/15 Tsula is a 5 year old, 6.5 lb. Yorkie being fostered in Suwanee, GA. Tsula is called TsuTsu (pronounced TsueTsue) by her Foster Parent. She is a very smart little girlie and already knows her name! Tsula is the Cherokee word for Fox and this little girl has a very beautiful foxy look and an adorable undocked tail.

TsuTsu's dental revealed that she had debris embedded in her oral cavity. Upon closer examination, it was discovered that Tsula had a stick embedded deep inside the roof of her mouth. We can only imagine how painful that must have been! The stick was removed but afterwards it was discovered that there was a residual hole that created a communication between her oral and nasal cavities. This is called an oronasal fistula. The vet tried to repair the hole, but was unsuccessful in closing it completely due to the lack of available tissue. It is possible that Tsula may need to see a specialist (dental or surgeon) for a surgical repair, however the vet believes she can live a healthy life with the fistula as it is. She does have some problems with food or water getting into her nasal cavity, which causes her to have some nasty sneezing fits. Her teeth are somewhat discolored from years of neglect, but this does not keep her from giving lots of kisses.

Tsula gets along very well with her foster brothers and is completely dedicated to her person. She really loves the backyard keeping the perimeter safe from lizards and other intruders. She loves protecting her family and making regular rounds patrolling the back yard and protecting her people from those pesky lizards. She hasn’t caught one yet but as they say, “every dog has his day.”

Tsula comes running when called and gets very excited when everyone comes home. She is very dedicated to her person, but is friendly with everyone that comes to visit.

Tsula is mostly housetrained and will let you know when she wants to go out. She loves the freedom of the backyard and if she goes outside every couple of hours her house training is fantastic. She knows how to walk on a leash, but she doesn't really like it. It can take some time for her to do her business when on a walk.

Tsula enjoys playing but she prefers just being petted and getting belly scratches. Foster Dad says Tsula is quite a kisser and will give kiss to everyone. He also says Tsula will quickly steal everyone’s heart and wants her to find that perfect forever family who will love her forever.

Please note: Because of TsuTsu's small size, she cannot be placed in a home with children under the age of 14 years old.

UPDATED BIO 05/06/2015: Tsula (called TsuTsu by her Foster Parent), had her dental and spay yesterday. She is recuperating as expected; however, during her dental, as several teeth were being extracted, the vet discovered that TsuTsu had debris (a stick, she thinks) that was wedged between her teeth on the roof of her mouth - ouchie! After removing this stick, a hole was seen in the hard palate that allows communication between the oral cavity and nasal cavity. This is called an oronasal fistula. The vet tried to repair the hole, but was unsuccessful in closing it completely due to the lack of available tissue. It is possible that Tsula may need to see a specialist (dental or surgeon) for a surgical repair. If the oronasal fistula is not repaired, she may have problems with food or water getting into her nasal cavity.

This finding explains why she has been sneezing so much. TsuTsu will go back in 10 days to see if the repair done during her dental will be sufficient to close the hole left by the stick. Poor little girlie must have been in so much pain, and this is why she is a bit underweight ~ it probably hurt her a lot to eat. It appeared that the stick had been there for a long period of time........so sad.

INITIAL BIO 05/04/2015 Tsula (or as she is being called more commonly, TsuTsu) is a lovely calm little girl who was picked up as a stray and surrendered to UYR by a good Samaritan. TsuTsu has not had constant care of any sort. She is a tiny bit underweight, and it appears that she may lose all of her teeth which were neglected by the prior owner so that no infection from the bad teeth will cause further problems.

TsuTsu came into rescue with an upper respiratory tract infection which gives her a cold in her nose and makes her sneeze and sneeze. TsuTsu is very quiet and reserved indoors so far, but outside she's a hunter and loves to explore the backyard. She gets along very well with her foster brothers and sister except for the whole puppy thing from Foster Dog Mila. TsuTsu thinks the puppy energy is very over- rated and she's not afraid to scold her younger foster sister Mila to make her go away and leave her alone. TsuTsu is scheduled back at the vet in just a couple days to have her dental and long overdue spay. As soon as she can, she will update everyone on her situation. but right now she's all stopped up and can't stop sneezing. Bless her heart. Could your home be the right one for TsuTsu?

Please note: Because of TsuTsu's small size, she cannot be placed in a home with children under the age of 14 y/o.

ALSO NOTE: TsuTsu's dental will be expensive, so donations are being accepted to help with the of removing her severely neglected teeth. :( Puppy Kisses from TsuTsu as she will feel sooo much better when her mouth doesn't hurt as much.

To date we've spent $435.64 on Tsula's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $127.00 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Tsula click here.
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Candy is a beautiful little 6 year old, 5 pound female Yorkie who is being fostered in Park Beach, IL


Nancy Stanley, Holly Stavis, Holly Stavis, Luz Soto

Initial Bio 06/30/15: Candy is a beautiful little 6 year old female Yorkie who came to us at United Yorkie Rescue on June 27th. She was a breeder release and was probably used only for breeding and not as a pet so she is very scared and nervous. Any loud noises make her jump with fear. I have no doubt with loving and affection, she will come around. She wants to trust and come up with the other dogs for petting and rubbing but walks about half way up and then backs away and lingers at a distance only watching the other dogs. I can pick her up but she will not come to me. She will lie on my lap and sleep while I gently pet her. I don’t think it will long before I gain her trust.

Her weight is around 5 pounds so she is tiny and frail. It would probably be best if she had a home with no small children who could pick her up and accidentally drop her.

She gets along well with other dogs but I’m not sure about cats since she has not been around them that I am aware of.

Candy loves to be outdoors on warm sunny days so a fenced in yard is a must. She already checked the perimeter of my fence looking for ways to escape but she was unsuccessful. She is microchipped in the event she would get lost, but we hope we never have to go there as many dangers exist outside the home environment for these tiny ones.

I put Candy and her foster sister, Mandy in the play pen at night and they both cuddle down into their beds and sleep all night. She has accidents in the house once in a while but I think it is because she might have been caged quite often and not properly housebroken. She will do her business outdoors but she won’t let you know when she needs to go out. We are working on that as well.

Candy is a delightful little lady, very small and dainty. I know she will be the ultimate little love bug given time with plenty of love and affection.

To date we've spent $220.00 on Candy's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $42.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: Donna_leggett118@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Candy click here.
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Chloe is a 3 pound, 4 year old Yorkie female being fostered in Canton, IL


Jan Freeman, Wendy D'Uva, Christine Dwyer, Rachael Gagliardi, Nancy Carlson

Initial Bio 03/20/15: My name is Chloe, I'm 4.5 years old and 3lb. born Nov. 24th 2010. My foster momma sometimes calls me Peanut or Angel, which she says is because I'm such a little thing and sweet as can be. I'm really glad I was rescued by United Yorkie Rescue, see I was left at a shelter by my family when they couldn't care for me anymore. I don't know what happened way back in Oct. 2014, I don't remember anymore, but one day I just couldn't walk, my back legs didn't work and I couldn't feel my toes. I couldn't hold my bladder or my bowels either all of a sudden, and the Dr's didn't know why. They gave me some medicine but it didn't help. I'm a pretty spunky girl and wasn't going to be kept down, so I kept trying and slowing I was able to start walking a little bit again, but it seems there are other things wrong with me which was making it hard, I have luxating patellas in both my back legs. My left knee is really bad so I usually tuck it up under me and kind of hop around, but after awhile my other leg gets tired and I need to rest. Both of my legs have atrophied because of this. Sometimes I can get my knees to lock, which allows me to walk and run almost normal! I'm pretty fast when I want to be! But, they say I need surgery to fix my legs, so I can walk and run and not have pain as I age. At some point I may not be able to walk anymore and I love running in the yard, following my foster momma around the house and playing. She says I'm like her little shadow. I get along well with my foster brother and sisters, I like to stay with them and sometimes play too. I like to play with your hand by gently mouthing, and then smiling to show you how happy I am. I don't know if I like big dogs because they would be SO much bigger than me and I haven't been around them, and I'm not sure about kids because they could hurt me since I'm so small. I haven't been around cats, but I'm such a happy go lucky girl they'd probably be ok with me. Please don't think I'm picky, I just need to be in a safe environment where I won't get hurt because of my size, or because I like to run outside.

I try hard to go potty outside like I know I should, I go when we all go outside for potty breaks, but I just can't hold it because of whatever happened to my spine, so foster momma puts these little things on me she calls my doggy panties, and I wear them all the time since I can't control my bladder anymore. She changes my little pad inside every few hours, I stand still so good for her while she puts it on me. Sometimes I have poo accidents though when she isn't watching, because I can't control things and they just come out. She hasn't gotten mad or frustrated at all with me, which I'm so glad of because sometimes it happens when I'm on the couch or sitting on her rug, and then she has to clean up after me. I want to make it stop, I start spinning in circles and look at her worried afraid she may yell at me, but she never does, she calms me down and cleans me up.

I'm a good eater, I love my breakfast and dinner and if you wanna give me treats I would love that too! My foster momma when she first got me gave me a grain free high quality food that was really tiny for my size and helped me transition, then she slowly started giving me whole food with my kibble, which I love! Momma says it's cooked ground turkey and hamburger with cooked sweet potato, squash, and green beans. Sometimes she adds fruits like strawberries or blueberries, and she even adds a little yogurt smoothie to it so it helps keep my system working good since I have my bowel issues. It seems to really help!

I really want to find my forever home and be loved again by my own patient and understanding family who won't get mad at me for making messes sometimes, or needing baths more often than what they call a 'normal', whatever that is. I love snuggling, and giving kisses, and sleeping in the same room with you in my kennel. Hopefully someone who's maybe home all day, with time for my extra care, will come along soon and make me their forever angel. I promise to give a lifetime of kisses and love and joy to you in return! Are you my forever family?

To date we've spent $958.92 on Chloe's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $280.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: dianecarter555@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Chloe click here.
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Cleo is an 8 pound, 12 year old girl who is being fostered in Shiloh, IL


Nancy Stanley, Nancy Monfre

07/01/15 Update: It's Cleo here with another pupdate! I am still hanging out with foster mom in Shiloh, IL. I recently had my kidney levels checked again and we got the great news that my levels are so much better! This is a result of a strict diet, good vet care, and foster mom giving me lots of fluids on a regular basis. As a reminder, I am almost 12 years old, housebroken, very sweet and snuggly, spayed, UTD on shots, HW negative, and looking for a calm, quiet home with no young dogs or children who want to play with me. I am just looking to hang out, relax, and be a couch potato most of the time, although I do enjoy a very short walk for fun. Ideally, I would love a stay at home/retired parent who has lots of time to spend with me. I don't really need a fenced yard because I don't like to hang outside much, but I must have a family who can commit to regular vet visits for my kidney checkups, maintaining my strict diet, and giving me home fluids every couple of days to keep me as healthy as possible. If you need a new friend like me in your life, please contact my foster mom at resqdogs2@yahoo.com with any questions, or fill out an application to adopt me at www.uyr.us!

Update 05/26/15: Hi everyone, it's me, Cleo reporting from Shiloh, Illinois. I'm sorry I haven't written in so long. We've had lots going on here. I've had a couple different tests since last time; one to see if I had something besides kidney disease, but that came back negative. I also got more kidney level labs & they were elevated. We will have to get them again soon & keep a close eye on them. I'm still on my prescription food & doing better with eating since I've been getting fluids. You'd never know I was having kidney problems by looking at me, because I'm so happy & sweet. I love to snuggle, lay in laps, sleep in bed, & follow everyone everywhere. I'm also housetrained, despite my condition. I will need a very special home that will have the ability to care for me as my condition progresses, keep me on a strict diet, & who has a quiet loving home. If that's you, please email my foster mom or fill out an application to adopt me on our website.

Update 04/02/15: 4/1/15: Cleo came to UYR with her sister Honey Bee when her owner had to give them up due to a changing family circumstance. When Cleo went in for her dental, her bloodwork showed elevated kidney levels. Since we do not know how long this condition had been going on, she has been put on a restricted diet and we will repeat her labs in a month to get a better idea of where she stands as far as her kidney failure. If she is to be adopted after her follow up labs, she must have a stay at home parent, remain on her vigilant diet, and she would like a quiet home with no kids and no young dogs to bother her. Cleo loves to lay in your lap, sleep on pillows and in her doggy bed on the bed. She is just looking for a very loving, quiet home where she can sleep most of the day away. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email Cleo's foster mom.

To date we've spent $511.53 on Cleo's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $140.54 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: resqdogs2@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Cleo click here.
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Maalika is 6-7 yrs old and weighs 8 lbs. She is being fostered in Canton, IL


Nancy Carlson, Irene and Peter Havas

Update 06/20/15 Maalika has been with us a week now. Her puppy mill days making litter after litter of puppies has taken a toll on her trust of humans. She doesn't like the outdoors at all either. She has started sitting on the couch with the rest of the gang but wants no part of sitting on anyone's lap. She will sit quietly and let you pet her if you don't get too close. She is such a sweetheart I am hoping she can find a home with some one patient & loving. She really needs a fenced in yard as she doesn't like walking on a leash. She would be a flight risk until she got used to her surroundings. If you have lots of time and patience and a quiet home Maalika might be the girl for you.

Initial Bio: Meet Maalika! She is 6 years old and weighs about 8 lbs. She just arrived yesterday (6/13), so we don't know much about her yet. She does love the other dogs, but is not as comfortable with humans yet. Being a breeder release it is doubtful she has had much human contact. She does seem to be a sweet girl and not aggressive at all. I'm sure as soon as she feels more comfortable she will relax.

To date we've spent $745.84 on Maalika's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $45.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: dianecarter555@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Maalika click here.
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Bio and pic coming soon...stay tuned!

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

For more information, contact my foster parents at: Donna_leggett118@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Princess click here.
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Initial Bio 07/21/15: Meet Tootsie! She is 9 months old and weighs 8 lb. She is being fostered in Deerfield. Tootsie was surrendered by her elderly owner who is moving and cannot take Tootsie with her. Tootsie is healthy, spayed, and up to date on her vaccinations. She is sweet and loves to give kisses. She loves playing fetch and has a lot of puppy energy. She gets along well with other small dogs and does not mind children. She is crate trained and working on house-training. Tootsie is used to getting frequent walks throughout the day and would do best with someone who is home most of the day to be with her. An experienced dog owner is required because Tootsie's former owner did not do much in way of training her and although she is only 9 months old, she has a lot of catching up to do. If you have the perfect home for Tootsie please complete an adoption application! Adoption fee is $400.

To date we've spent $0 on Tootsie's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $300.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: yorkierescue1@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Tootsie click here.
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King Louie
King Louie


Barbara Carvalho, Donna Derrick, Holly Kline, Karry Rogers, Johnell Costa, Gina Hart, Jane St. John, Patricia Bain, David Burger, Terry Rich, Jan Clasen, Connie Peters, Pamela Young, Julie Logsdon, Angela Smith, DeAnn Deutsch, Wendy D'Uva, LeNora Armbruster, Sandy Pagnotta, Irene and Peter Havas, John Ensminger, Nancy Stanley, Hilda Bacardi

Update 06/15/15: King Louie is getting around much better now that he has his cart to help him. He loves it and absolutely flys in it!! He is currently in therapy to try and regain use of his back legs but so far he has made progress but not enough to say that he will fully walk again. We are going to continue therapy and hope for a miracle for King Louie. He currently doesn't like to go potty in his cart so his goes potty in his kennel. He also has accidents when he gets excited. He does great with his fur brothers and sisters but he does not like cats. The doctor thinks he will do better in a home as an only dog so he can get as much attention as he can. He loves to be loved on and spoiled rotten. He just wears a belly band in the house incase he gets excited so he doesn't go potty inside he doesn't mind it at all. If you would like to make King Louie apart of your family please fill out an application online at uyr.us. If you have any questions please feel free to ask us. He might be in a wheel chair but that doesn't slow him down any!!

Initial Bio 04/13/15: King Louie is a 4 year old, 10 lb. male Yorkie who was sadly left at a shelter by his owners who no longer wanted him because he does not have use of his back legs. UYR stepped in and rescued this guy. Our hope is to raise enough money to get him a mobility cart so he can get around with ease. King Louie is in loving hands now and UYR plans to take great care of him and find him a wonderful forever home!

To date we've spent $1124.79 on King Louie's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $1840.00 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for King Louie click here.
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Buckley is a 3 year old Yorkie Lhasa male being fostered near Des Moines, IA

Update 07/13/15: Hello my name is Buckley, I am a half Yorkie and Lhasa Apso, which is why I have these big beautiful eyes. I am looking for a forever family who will let me love them for as long as I live. I really love kind children, the kinder the better. I have only a few issues I would like to share. If my family needs to go on trips without me, I would not do well being put in a kennel, having me stay with someone you know will treat me well is the only option that will insure I don't have a horrible time.

I am potty trained, however if you are going to gone for several hours I will need

a belly band, my bladder is not that big. I have been getting a lot of kisses from

my foster mom, and have come to enjoy that very much, along with being told

how wonderful I am. I enjoy car rides (except to the vet).

I am 3 years old, I have been neutered (without asking to be) I am updated on all my

shots, and today had a complete blood panel done. I am in very good health. I was

really skinny when I moved in with my foster family, but have put on 2 pounds, and I'm

feeling much better. I enjoy being brushed, and do very well being groomed.

If you are looking for a perfect addition to your family you should ask to meet me.

Sincerely, Buckley

6/25/15 It was discovered after his transport, that Buckley has kennel cough. He is on medication and we hope he'll be well soon so he can be groomed. He is very attached to his foster mom and cuddles with her as much as he can.

6/23/15 Buckley (formerly Lucky) was surrendered by his family because they were moving. He is a sweet boy who loves his treats. He rides nicely in the car, has lived with other dogs and a cat and appears to be housetrained. Please watch for more updates on him as he settles into his new foster home.

To date we've spent $84.70 on Buckley's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $10.00 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Buckley click here.
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Dora is a 7 year old, 10 pound Yorkie being fostered in Waukee IA.


Nancy Stanley

Initial Bio 06/22/15: Dora is a sweet retired breeder dog fostered in Iowa and is looking for a safe & loving home. She is currently working on potty training and basic commands with her foster family to prepare for her new home, however will need a patient owner who will continue working with her to train.

Dora is a bit shy and very docile. Her foster family is working with her to gain human trust. She would do best in a quiet home and appears to get along well with other well behaved dogs.

Adoption Pending

To date we've spent $249.87 on Dora's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $10.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: skcreger@q.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Dora click here.
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Initial Bio 07/14/15: PATUNIA is a 7 pound, 5 year old blue point yorkie. She's been with us for around 5 weeks and is 90% housebroken. She is very social and likes being close to people. She plays well with our dog but has no interactions with cats or children. Patunia does not like grass much and has to be coaxed into it to do her business but would rather go for walks instead. She is precious

To date we've spent $220.00 on Patunia's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $0 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: Slore4@gmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Patunia click here.
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Todd Loccisano, Todd Loccisano, Cynthia Duranti, Eric Tucker

Update 3/13/15: Hi everyone! Just want to let everyone know that I'm still on the adoption block. I was adopted just before Thanksgiving but it didn't work out for me. They were a great family but I was very nervous and they felt it would be better for me to return to FM and FD's home. It's been a long winter here in NewEngland and I for one have Cabin fever. Looking forward to long walks, going to the beach and catching those sun beams, oh how I've missed them. Did you know I went to the Dogter for a booster shot and the dreaded thermometer, now that was embarrassing. They weighed me and I am up to 9LBS! The Dogter said that was a good weight for me. I had some blood work done to make sure my seizure medication was doing it's job. So if your looking for an older Gentleman who loves walks, car rides and sun beams put your application in so we can meet. One more thing FM and FD say my Barkday is just around the corner, you know what that means, party hats, presents and CAKE! I'm going to be 12 yrs. old but don't let that fool you cause I can keep up with my fursiblings and they are 8 and 6 yrs. old.

Initial Bio 01/01/14: Benji is a Hurricane Katrina survivor who lost his owner and was taken into rescue. He was found to have heartworm disease and successfully underwent treatment. Benji has a seizure disorder that is easily treated with an inexpensive medication. He does require a limited diet of Prescription dog food Hill's I/D and a spacer ball to be placed in his food bowl to slow his eating. Eating too much and too quickly can bring on a seizure.

Benji will need a securely fenced yard because he is a little escape artist. He enjoys basking in the sun and perching on lawn furniture. He loves to be with people and will cuddle up next to them. He loves other dogs, but care must be taken to ensure he doesn't help himself to dog food that other dogs are consuming. He is fearful of loud noises, thunder and lightening and is very fearful of fireworks. Benji enjoys rope toys that are designed to help clean teeth, and he loves playing with a tennis ball. He loves to have his hair brushed with a very soft brush and to be cuddled and patted. He is a very , very good dog and he loves to be loved. He prefers covered cat beds to the traditional dog bed (it helps him feel more secure, particularly during rain storms). He is a little boy who due to his size would be better in a home with no small children.

To date we've spent $3238.11 on Benji's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $131.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: wshenry42@verizon.net.

To fill out the adoption application for Benji click here.
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New Jersey

Initial Bio 06/24/15: Bambi’s was found early this March off Highway 74 in North Carolina running in and out of traffic with noticeable wounds from being hit by a vehicle, and ribs that could be easily counted from being starved. Bambi was taken to a local High Point vet for identification, but no one knew her and she was not chipped. The High Point police were notified, but no one was looking for her. Bambi has been boarded since that day at the Animal Hospital of Clemmons. Bambi is up to date on shots and recently spayed – all she needs is a patient and loving home because she will need to be house trained and taught some basic commands – these behaviors are difficult to learn in a boarding environment. Bambi is a very happy, high energy, 36 pound bundle of joy who loves everybody and everything!!

Contact: Susan Fidler / 336 287 – 3239 / sfidler00@yahoo.com


Animal Hospital of Clemmons: 336 766-8950

For more information, contact my foster parents at: sfidler00@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Bambi click here.
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New York

Mikey is a sweet 10 year old, 10 pound Yorkie who is being fostered in Fulton, NY.


Nancy Stanley

Update 06/03/15: Mikey has had his neuter and his few remaining teeth pulled so he'll be feeling much better soon. He is a sweet boy who loves attention, is very talkative, walks well on a leash and gets along with other dogs. Mikey does have a heart murmur which is managed with a generic daily medication. He will need to be on this medication for life, but it is not at all expensive. Mikey is a happy boy with a personality that will make him an excellent family member for a special family.

pdate 05/14/15: Mikey is a sweet male Yorkie mix who was just rescued from a shelter in New York. He is estimated to be at least 10 years old and is crate trained and housetrained. He is a talkative, playful little guy who walks well on a leash and loves the outdoors. Mikey needs to be neutered and have a dental before he can be adopted out. When off leash with other dogs Mikey greets politely and will approach other dogs to sniff but spends most of his time exploring his surroundings. He is a sweet and gentle dog who would be a wonderful companion.

Initial Bio 5/10/15 Mikey was a stray taken into Animal Control in New York. Watch for more info on him.

To date we've spent $807.47 on Mikey's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $15.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: placquaviva@windstream.net.

To fill out the adoption application for Mikey click here.
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Sweet Pea
North Carolina
Sweet Pea

Initial Bio 7-6-15 Sweet Pea is a just like her name. Very sweet. She is 12 years old and weighs not quite 5 pounds. She is being fostered in Southern Pines, NC.

Sweet Pea's foster mom just got this little girl today. She said she needs to gain a little weight and she may have a knee issue. She has a vet appointment tomorrow. We do know that because of her age and small size Sweet Pea needs to go to a home with adults only and preferably no other pets. Please check back for pictures and information about Sweet Pea very soon.

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

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

To fill out the adoption application for Sweet Pea click here.
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Laddie (FKA Happy)

Meet Laddie, a 4 month old Yorkie male who is being fostered in Cleveland, OH


Sidney Porter, Susan Kornatowski, Kimberly Bandusky, Gale Young, Christine Miller, Barbara Carvalho, Jane St. John, Barry Groff, Jan Clasen, Jeanette Clague, Kelly Jones, Sarah Davies, Todd Loccisano, Mary Cronin, Malena Cueva, Sarah Plesich, Lisa Anderson, Kathleen Walsh, Susan Cassady, Judith Crawford, Irene and Peter Havas, Paul Sherman, DeAnn Deutsch, Linda Naylor, Christine Hasenfus, Cindy Sutton, Mary Hurley, Sandy Pagnotta, Shuree Sklow, Irene and Peter Havas, Nancy Carlson, Renae and Jerry Sutley, Brenda Beck

Update 05/28/15: Hello my name is Laddie. Back in January I jumped off a balcony and broke my leg at 6 months old, my parents could not afford to have it fixed so United Yorke Rescue took me in. My foster mom took me to a special vet and they were able to repair my leg with a plate. I can run and jump just fine :). I do have a slight limp but it does not hold me back. I love to play and run. I am working now with commands like sit, lie down and come ( I hate this one) because I love to always be on the move. I like to be with my foster mom and dad but am not a velcro dog. I am crate trained and sleep in my crate in the bedroom. I love other dogs big or small. I think I would do better if I was not the only dog. As for cats well they are fun to chase but eventually I get bored and leave them alone. Ok now my foster mom wants to talk. Laddie is working on his potty training and is doing real good. He will definitely need some obedience classes. He has trust issues which we are working on but hates to come to you. He will need a fully fenced in yard.

To date we've spent $3388.20 on Laddie (FKA Happy)'s vet bills, but with your support we've collected $941.50 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Laddie (FKA Happy) click here.
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Initial Bio 06/18/15: Coco is a Yorkie-poodle mix who was rescued in September from an abusive home where her leg was broken and she was underfed. Coco is an amazing dog. She has become completely adjusted to her better life, and her leg has healed after surgery to correct the break. The person who rescued her is young, and cannot keep her. Coco is 18 months old and house trained. She became very attached once she knew she was safe and loved. She loves other dogs, loves to run, and stick her head out of the car window when riding. We think she would do best in a home where one person is at home a good portion of the day, or not gone for long stretches. She has had the occasional accident in the house, but that is when she is alone for six hours or longer while her rescuer is at work. Coco is very sweet and so loving. Can you find room in your heart and home to give this precious girl a forever home? Coco is currently in Austin, TX.

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

To fill out the adoption application for Coco click here.
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Bio on the way

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

To fill out the adoption application for Lacy click here.
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Sandy Pagnotta, Tina Dorenbecker, Holly Stavis, Holly Stavis, Lori Stewart, Irene and Peter Havas, Margie Baudry

Update 06/09/15: It has been an entire year since I've updated Lexies' bio. A few things have changed, but her inability to get along with other dogs has not; she absolutely cannot associate with another dog without snapping. She will definitely bite them if given the opportunity to get close enough to do so. She growls and barks at passing dogs also. She has come a long way with people. When she first came to me, she was extremely untrusting of adults and terrified of small children. Today, she loves to say hello to every adult we pass and is less likely to cower from children so long as they are calm and give her space and time to approach them. I have worked diligently to try socializing her, to no avail. I believe she will forever need to be an only dog without exception.

Lexie is very energetic and requires a lot of time for play. She loves to fetch, swim, hike, and longs walks on the trail are her favorite! She is NOT a couch potato! She is a roll with the flow kinda dog; I take her with me everywhere, but she MUST NOT be allowed around other dogs. This required me to get her a front loaded backpack to put her in when other dogs are around & it works wonderfully as she doesn't mind being up high and away from the dogs below. She doesn't mind cats, but does seem to have mild allergies to them.

Unfortunately, Lexie was diagnosed with Cushing's Disease last week. We are in the process of finding out whether it is pituitary dependent or caused by a tumor in the adrenal glands. Either way, this disease is very treatable.

Lexie is on a special diet because she does better with cooling foods, meaning she cannot have chicken, rabbit, venison, or lamb. She loves raw fruits and veggies, so most of her diet is such, but she does enjoy beef, turkey, and duck. She loves the meat jerky!

I have her on a few herb tinctures to help with her separation anxiety and nervousness: Safe Space for Dogs by Spirit Essence & Free and Easy Wanderer by Kan Traditionals. These seem to help a great deal.

I use doggie diapers at night because she often has accidents in her sleep, but as long as she's taken outside every few hours during the day, there are none.

Little Lexie is a high maintenance dog, but worth every moment! She's grateful, loyal, & tons of fun if she's well cared for and her needs are met.

I will add information about her illness as it comes.

Update 04/19/14: Lexie is about to go back into training for her next steps. She's a sweet dog - loves adults and teenagers, but isn't good around young children with high energy. She seems to be very nervous around them and isn't on her best behavior. Lexie must be adopted into a home with only adults, and she needs to be the only dog. In this setting, she will thrive. Lexie's foster mom takes her to dog parks, but keeps her on a leash as she continues to work on her socialization skills.

Update 4/3/14: Lexie is being fostered in Austin TX. She is 8 years old, 12 pounds and needs to be an only dog in a household with no children.

Lexie's foster mom continues to work on her socialization skills with a trainer who reports that Lexie is one of the most clever terriers she has seen. Lexie loves to play, is housetrained (but you need to watch for her signal), is leash trained and loves to sit on your lap. Lexie is an active and loving little girl who needs a bit more work to make her a perfect companion. Please watch for progress updates on Lexie.

INITIAL BIO 09/09/13: Roll out the red carpet, ladies & gents, because we definitely have a super special gem here... Introducing Lexie!

Lexi is 8 yrs young and is being fostered in Texas. This sweetness of a girl is quite the entertainer! She has personality to the moon & back! I've only had her for 7 days, so I'm certain there remains much more to learn about lil' Miss. As she settles into her new surroundings & begins to express more, I will update my thoughts on her needs and what I think her best forever home would look like, but for now, here are a few things I've noticed:

She LOVES to play!! Can't stress this enough! She seems to prefer the ball, but she'll fetch, (and retrieve very nicely, dropping at your feet), any toy.

She definitely needs to be monitored (when outside in the hot weather) because she'll fetch endlessly, exhausting herself, & heat exhaustion can happen quick with terrible consequences. I always have water on hand when we go to the park & make her rest every 3 to 4 throws. She LOVES people, (she's an owner surrender, by the way, who reported Lexie exhibiting anxious behavior around young children, but I have yet to observe this).

She walks well on a leash, is housebroken (she always goes to the door, but you must be observant of this bc it's her only que), she barks when someone is on the porch, but not otherwise. Her favor spot is on your lap and she likes to be touching you when it's time for sleeping.

She is my permanent shadow at the moment. This may change as she feels more relaxed & comfortable with the changes. Her recall at the dog park is pretty good after only a week. I always have training treats to reward when she responds. Usually, however, she's either chasing her ball or begging you to chunk it, so recalling her isn't necessary. At this point, there is only one issue that I see & that is that she will probably need to be an only dog. She has exhibited dog aggression over her toy/ball, whomever's lap she's in, & on occasion, even the couch. I've seen her advance towards a dog to defend whatever territory she believed to be threatened. She seems pretty adamant with this behavior, so I'm not sure, at 8 yrs old, it'd be likely to change.

Other than that, Lexie is an outstanding girl. She's a true joy & gives so much... Whoever is lucky enough to adopt her will fall completely in love! I have no doubt because I'm skipping down that road after 1 short week. Stay tuned for more to come...

For questions about Lexie or to apply for her adoption, please contact Heather: frankdheather@gmail.com

I've Been Adopted!

To date we've spent $3279.06 on Lexie's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $311.50 in donations.
Please donate!

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

To fill out the adoption application for Lexie click here.
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Bio on the way

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

To fill out the adoption application for Macy click here.
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Mason is a 7 pound, 10 year old Yorkie who is being fostered in Lancaster, TX.


LeNora Armbruster, DeAnn Deutsch, Christine Dwyer, James and Julie Hufford, John Sauser, Nina Tow, Connie Pfeiffer, Kathy Benson, Craig Seal, Gale Young, Tara Hildreth, Sean Cox, Kelli Rose, Traci Vanover, Jan Clasen, Sarah Davies, Wendy Fuhrmaneck, Sharon Arreguin, Irene and Peter Havas, Malena Cueva, K Dionne, James Hufford, Nancy Stanley, Sandy Pagnotta, Sharon LaMasney, Irene and Peter Havas, Renae and Jerry Sutley, Margie Baudry

Update 06/02/15: Mason has been enjoying the past few days (since the pins came out of his leg). He has been able to run and play with his foster sibs and we have enjoyed watching him. While we are rejoicing at the complete healing of his leg we now have to endure heart worm treatment with this sweet boy. This Friday he will receive the first of 3 injections and from all we have learned it will be very hard on him. He will be in the clinic under observation all day and then must be kept very quiet and inactive for days. As his foster family we are not looking forward to watching this little guy go through this when he has already endured so much but we know that it is necessary to complete the goal of 100% healthy!! Please join with as we hope and pray for an uneventful treatment and an easy time for Mason. Mason is the sweetest little boy and we only want what is best for him. The treatment will be spread out over 3 months and will not only be hard on Mason, it is also expensive. Mason can use all of the love and support he can get.

UPdate 05/16/15: This morning FM and I went to the dogtor to get an x-ray on my leg. I should have had these pins out by now but my bone has been healing so slowly and we were getting concerned (the dogtors say the "amputation" word but FM always tells me "no way"). Well thank fully FM was right and today the we couldn't believe our eyes........100% healed......not even a hairline crack left....!!!!!! We did the happy dance all the way home!!!

My pins will come out next Saturday and I can't wait. Today is such an awesome day but please keep me in your thoughts and prayers as I go through the surgery to remove the pins, don't forget I still have those heartworms. My treatment will begin about 2 weeks after my surgery but until then.....happy dance!!!!!!

A huge thank you to Mason's rescue angels for helping UYR make his journey possible. We appreciate your continued support as we work to give this sweet boy the life he deserves.

Update 05/04/15: Hello everyone, Mason here. This is my first time to update you myself but I am feeling so good I thought I would give it a try. I have been with my foster family for 2 months now and I have learned so much. I have learned to give kisses and get kisses. I have also learned that sleeping in the bed with my humans and siblings is just about the coolest thing ever. When I first arrived I did not really understand the love and affection thing, FM thinks maybe I had never experienced it before. I now roll over for a belly rub at the drop of a hat and give the sweetest kisses too. I still have these pins in my leg but FM tells me that although it is healing slowly we are making good progress. I am going to be groomed (whatever that is) this Friday and FM says although I can't get any cuter she can't wait to see me afterwards. I am eating good and I have put on about a pound which is really good because I have something called heartworms. I have to take 3 monthly treatments after my pins come out and FM says it will not be much fun but she and my UYR Angels will see me through it. My FM says I am a perfect little boy, I love to play outside, will walk on a leash (if I must) and I get along with other dogs. I really like kids too but FM feels I might be a bit small for little ones. I do all of my business outside and don't get into anything. I will not be ready for adoption until late October however my FM is taking applications now. If you are interested in a sweet, cute, loveable little gentleman please drop my FM a note. I'm off to get my belly rubbed!!

Update 03-30-15: Well I had my dental and neuter today and I'm pretty excited because I got to keep so many more teeth than originally expected!! I also had some blood work done and the doctor says my platelets are much higher than when I first visited and this is good news!! My leg appears to be healing very well and I have an appointment to have these pins removed on May 2nd. If all goes well my HW treatment will begin soon after. I have been told that I need to stay strong as this treatment can be difficult. If cleaning my bowl and playing with my fur siblings will keep me strong I should be good to go. I am a very happy little boy and my FM says I'm very sweet too (I do not cause a minute of trouble unless you don't want to rub my belly). Guess what....It has been over 2 weeks since FM put my belly band on because .....no accidents!!! My FM says I'm a joy and she can't wait to see me 100% healthy. I am working hard to get well and your support and prayers are so appreciated!

Update 03/09/15: Mason had surgery on Wednesday to repair the fracture in his leg. The doctors are very hopeful that it will heal properly and that he can avoid amputation. He is starting to put some weight on the leg which is a good sign. Mason still has a very long road in front of him as his dental needs have been neglected and he is heart worm positive, neither of which can not be dealt with until his leg heals. Due to the heart worms and overall neglect his little body needs to be in better health before going through more surgery or enduring the treatment for the heart worms. He will need your prayers and support as we work to get him ready. He is really a very sweet little guy and is startling to show us his personality. We can tell that he is beginning to feel loved and safe (maybe for the first time) as he is beginning to trust. He is eating well, loves his treats and has already stopped marking inside. He gets so excited when he sees us and seems to enjoy being part of "the fur pack". Thank you so much for the love and generosity shown to Mason, he is so deserving of a better life and with your help he will have it.

Initial Bio 03/03/15: Mason is a very sweet little boy who arrived at UYR late last night. He has had a very rough time and we are hoping to provide him the love, safety and healing he so desperately needs. Mason was picked up by Animal Control on 2/21 and because he has a broken leg he was left to sit in a cage for a week and was then scheduled to be euthanized. Thankfully, a group saw how sweet he is, pulled him aside and contacted UYR with only hours to go. When he arrived at his foster home he would not eat or drink but was so grateful for a soft couch and a warm blanket that he feel asleep quickly. This morning he ate a little (thankfully because he is thin) and then had his first vet visit. It has been determined that his front left leg is fractured (most likely from a larger dog attack) and needs immediate surgery if there is any chance of saving it. Mason is also HW positive so following his surgery he will undergo treatment for this condition. Mason has a very long road ahead of him but we intend to see him through all of it as he is so deserving. With all that he has been through he still trusts both dogs and humans, that's the unconditional love that makes us want to see him happy! We keep telling him that the best part of his life is in front of him!!

To date we've spent $1894.38 on Mason's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $810.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: Lturner0409@yahoo.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Mason click here.
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Initial Bio 06/25/15: Tucker is a 7 pound, 7 year old male yorkie that is being fostered in Grapevine, TX. His family surrendered him because they didn't have time for him anymore. The first 48 hours were pretty rough. He paced the floor and cried. We couldn't hardly get him to relax or lie down or eat. But after much coaxing and lots of attention he finally started relaxing and coming out of his shell.

He is such a sweet boy. He loves to be petted and he loves to be outside. He is such a good boy too. He hasn't had an accident since he came to his new foster home. He had his own bed and he sleeps in it right next to his FM and FD's bed. He still seems nervous, but it is getting better every day. He has an appointment at the vet on Friday, 6-26-2015. It should just be a routine visit as he seems very healthy and is current on most of his vaccines.

If you are looking for a sweet loving little yorkie boy, please drop us an email. In the meantime, we will be getting to know him better.

For more information, contact my foster parents at: tdwilkie@verizon.net.

To fill out the adoption application for Tucker click here.
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Lily (FKA Marsha)

Marsha(aka Lily) is a 7 year old, 7 pound Silver and Black Yorkie female who is being fostered near Madison, WI. Her adoption fee is $350.

Initial Bio 06/19/15: Hi Everybody! Im Marsha, but my foster mom calls me Lily. Just like my friend Cat (Rosie), I didn't have a very good life before this. I started out in Missouri at a puppymill so no one really knows how old I am. My job was to have as many puppies as I could. I was a good mom - I sure do miss my puppies. When I got to Rescue, they took me to the Dogtor to help me feel better. I had surgery so I cant have any more puppies, I got my teeth fixed, and they gave me medicine for my eye. The nice Dogtor told me that I have an ulcer that could possibly get better. For now, I just sit very still when it is time for my medicine since I know it is helping me not be in so much pain. When I got here, I had a little seizure during my bath. Then I had another one on Monday so my FM took me to see the Dogtor here in Madison, WI. They ran some tests and found that everything was perfect. They think that I am very stressed out from all the changes. I love people, but you have to go slow with me; sudden movements make me scared. Well, that's all for now! It was nice to meet you!

Here's my info:

- SBY (single, black and silver Yorkie)

- 7.4 lbs

- about 7 years old

- Interests include sitting on your lap, and hanging out.

- Adoption fee - $350

- Near Madison, WI

If you want to meet me - please fill out an application!

FM here.... Marsha (Lily) is a very sweet dog. She has behaviors like most Puppy Mill dogs. She is not used to a lot of movement so will startle easily. Although she is afraid, she would rather sit on your lap and get attention than to cower in her cage. When Lily first arrived, it was very easy to see that she spent years in a wire cage. Her pads have chronic irritation and because she was so badly matted, they had to shave off most of her hair. She does shake a lot, but that is due to the shock of not having hair. Right now, Lily wears a sweater to help her regulate her temperature. Although Lily is 7.4 pounds, she is a bit heavy and should be around 6.5. With a better diet, she will likely reach that weight without any other restrictions. Lily is up-to-date on her shots and will be ready for adoption in a few weeks after her eye heals. If you are interested in adopting her, please fill out an application. Thanks for supporting United Yorkie Rescue!

To date we've spent $367.19 on Lily (FKA Marsha)'s vet bills, but with your support we've collected $10.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: shellylampe@hotmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Lily (FKA Marsha) click here.
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Peanut is a 15 pound, 3 year old girl who is being fostered in Oak Creek, WI. Peanut has some anxiety issues which we are working to correct. She needs a stay at home owner who is able to keep her active.


Theresa Cardona

Updated 6/27/2014 Hi, Peanut is my name and I'm looking to adopt a new owner. Don't let the name Peanut fool you as I'm a healthy 14.9 lb. 3 year old smart and self -assured Yorkie mix girl looking for a new owner. I have a hardy appetite and love to go for long walks. You can rough it up with me when we play. I like nothing better than to have my foster mom throw my toys so I can run and fetch them. And there's nothing like a good tug of war with my pull toy. Although soft toys are out of the question as I like to shred them up. I can't help myself when it comes to plastic bags or paper left laying around or in my reach I just have to shred them up to bits too. I guess I'm into recycling but I am learning and trying to curb my enthusiasm. I don't like to be penned up or put in a crate either I'm just too outgoing for that. Another habit that I'm working on is to stop licking the bottom half of doors I think it might be like nail biting in humans. Don't ask why I do that it's just a habit I picked up along the way. I am working on trying to stop though. I try and be a good girl and go outside when it potty time but sometimes I have accidents. My foster mom said I'm getting better at it though. I'm good around other dogs and children and I love to sleep in bed at night with my foster mom. I also like to nap on any available human lap or snuggle up next to a human body but please don't move your feet to fast and startle me if I'm sleeping cause I've been known to nip. So if your a human looking for exercise and some mental stimulation then I'm the gal for you.

To date we've spent $178.57 on Peanut's vet bills, but with your support we've collected $50.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: debra.ross@usbank.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Peanut click here.
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Rosie (FKA Cat)

Initial Bio 06/17/15: Hi Everybody! Im Cat, but my foster mom calls me Rosie because I'm beautiful!! I didn't have a very good life before this, but things are sure looking up :) I started out in Missouri at a puppymill so no one really knows how old I am. I love being around people and would rather be on your lap than anything else! With my new life here, I am learning all kinds of things like walking on a leash, potty training, and how to play. Right now I am just outside of Madison, WI and am loving life! Here's my info:

<3 SSY (single, silver Yorkie)

<3 6.5 lbs

<3 about 6 years old

<3 Interests include sitting on your lap, snuggling you, going outside to play

<3 Adoption fee - $450

<3 Near Madison, WI

If you want to meet me - please fill out an application!

FM here.... Cat (Rosie) is a very sweet dog. She does not act much like a typical "mill dog" who is shy and afraid. Rosie is very loving, sweet and craves attention. She does bark some, but settles down quickly. Rosie is up-to-date on her shots and will be ready for adoption in a few weeks. Rosie is one of the sweetest dogs I have ever fostered! If you are interested in adopting her, please fill out an application. Thanks for supporting United Yorkie Rescue!

Adoption Pending

To date we've spent $220.00 on Rosie (FKA Cat)'s vet bills, but with your support we've collected $10.00 in donations.
Please donate!

For more information, contact my foster parents at: shellylampe@hotmail.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Rosie (FKA Cat) click here.
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Update 07/24/2015: Snuffy's eligibility for adoption is temporarily on hold. Please, wait until we have addressed his behavior before submitting an application for adoption.

Update 7/10/15 Snuffy was owned by an elderly man who was unable to care for him properly. Snuffy was surrendered to UYR on July 4th. He is rail thin and since coming into rescue, has vomited after eating. He has an appetite but cannot hold his food down. He has been seen by a vet to try to determine the cause of this. Today the vet after observing Snuffy for the entire day now knows he has cervical Mega E, a condition similar to our Forever Ours pup, Evo. Snuffy needs to be held upright after eating for 30 minutes and will need a high calorie soft to liquid diet. Dogs with this condition are typically born with them, however it is also possible to be caused by trauma. Snuffy is fearful of strange men and will bite if he feels threatened by anyone. He is good with his foster mom, but not many others right now.

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

For more information, contact my foster parents at: debra.ross@usbank.com.

To fill out the adoption application for Snuffy click here.
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