What Do Adult Yorkie Poos Look like?

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A Yorkie poo dog is a mixed breed produced by breeding a Yorkshire terrier with a miniature poodle. Some adult Yorkie poos have the curly hair of a poodle with the markings of a Yorkie, but it varies.
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Yorkipoos tend to have the long silky-like hair of their Yorkshire Terrier parent, and are smaller
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An adult yorkie poo weighs approximately 1.8 and 4.5 kilograms. The colours of this dog can vary from white to brown or black with some dogs having mixed colours while others bear a uniform colour.
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