This site features Yorkshire Terrier National Rescue foster dogs located in Southern California only. To view Yorkies in other parts of the country, please visit YTNR's main website.
March 2013. I would like to introuduce myself. My name is BEAN. I am 2 yrs and 9 mos old and weigh 5 pounds. For reasons I do not understand, I was surrendered to a shelter and was rescued by these wonderful people. I do have some issues such as not liking cats at all, children or large dogs.
I love taking walks. I love to sleep and snuggle under the covers of my foster mom's bed and I love to be carried around and be spoiled. I must be an only dog and I will love you forever. My foster mom is working on my issues and is teaching me patience.
I am neutered, have had all my vaccinations and my teeth are pretty good. If you think that we could be a "furever" family, please put my name on the application "Bean" and I will be your faithful pal.
My adoption donation is $300 and that includes the microchip.
September 2013. This is Brandy, a beautiful purebred Yorkshire Terrier. Brandy is going through a tough time right now - her owner passed on and she is missing the only pet parent she ever knew. Brandy is 10 years old and weighs just under 10 lbs. Her coat of hair is long and pretty and she doesn't mind having bows or clips to make her even more beautiful. She would do best as an only dog as that's what she is used to. Brandy is spayed, up to date on her vaccinations, and ready to meet you to help her get over her grief with a new owner to love her. Her adoption donation is $150 including microchip.
Joey is a playful puppy. He is eating well and knows how to use a doggy door. He is playful with the other dogs in the house. He was very clingy at first but now is comfortable being in another room without his foster mommy. He is skittish/barks around males, but is not aggressive. He is being trained to walk on a leash. He loves to play and chew on his toys but is not destructive. He does well staying home alone (albeit current home has other dogs). He is a super smart little boy who rides well in cars, is crate trained and already knows how to play fetch. He seems to be housetrained for the most part. He really only seemed to have accidents due to not wanting to let his foster mom out of sight. It is a little early to tell, but seems like he may have gotten past that and will use the doggy door to take himself out. He currently sleeps with his foster mom and dad and lets them know when he needs to go out during the night for a potty break.
Joey needs a forever mommy or daddy who will dote on him and he is sure to dote back. He is suited for a home with a family that enjoys all the frolicking and complete abandonment that comes with a playful puppy. He will do well with other dogs and probably children who understand to be gentle with him. He was homeless for at least a few weeks before being turned over to YTNR so he was very skittish at first in his foster home and spent much time hiding between his foster mommy’s feet. After the first week though he has become much more comfortable and doesn’t have to be in the same room all the time. Joey is vaccinated, and will be neutered and microchipped before he goes to his new home.
Adoption donation $500 includes microchip. Joey is being fostered in Temecula, CA.
This special senior dog is in need of a special home in which to live out the remainder of his life in love and leisure. He is estimated to be 13 to 15 years old, weighs about 12 lbs. and has only one remaining tooth left. He has dry flaky skin, but we will get that under control with a good diet and medicated baths. He will make someone a wonderful lap dog companion and deserves to have the best home. He is neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. Won’t you give Lil Bit the golden doggy years he deserves? Fill out an adoption application and put Lil Bit as your dog of choice. Adoption fee $50 includes microchip.
Lil Bit is being fostered in Orange, CA.