Yorkies Inc
A New England based agency specializing in re-homing, adoption and rescue of Yorkshire Terriers...


Our Available Pups...


A note about our adoption donations...

*Adoption donations are based on but not limited to: health, age, and sex of the pup. Adoption donations range from $50.-$900. You may ask "Why would you charge an adoption fee? Why not just place in a good home?" The answer is: because we rely heavily on these adoption fees in order to be able to take in ALL Yorkies in need. A young, healthy dog may cost us $250-500 in vet care, and have many homes interested in adopting him/her. An older or sick yorkie, or one with health issues can easily cost $500-1500+ in veterinary expenses. He/she may require months of foster care for rehabilitation or expensive surgery; yet we can only ask a minimal adoption fee. Often times these are also the same dogs that don't receive as many inquires for adopting. Please keep in mind that the adoption donations of younger, healthy dogs help defray the higher costs of the veterinary care of older, injured or sick dogs. We hope that people looking to adopt through Yorkies Inc. are willing to give an opportunity for a better life to ALL of our dogs by supporting them through adoption fees. We are a non-profit organization. Without these adoption donations we would not have the funding to take in all yorkies in need. Yorkies Inc. completely vets every dog we take in. All dogs are groomed given a complete exam and brought up to date on all vaccines. They are also given a dental cleanings, spayed/neutered, heartworm tested and any medical needs and needed surgeries are met before placement.  We are only interested in loving responsible homes that are willing to commit to the care and up keep of the pup for a lifetime. If you are not willing to pay the adoption donation now you are likely not to pay for quality food or to see to the pups health care needs in the future. Remember we are looking for our pups to become family members and cherished companions not a convenient impulse purchase. If you are only looking into "rescue" as a way to save money or "don't want to pay breeder prices" please check your local shelters. They are able to adopt out much cheaper as they are often state and/or federally funded and have vets on staff.



 If interested in adopting with Yorkies Inc please submit an adoption application. We always go to applications already on file when dogs become available. Thank you so much for considering adoption!

Donny



Meet Donny! This little 6.5lb male is just 1 1/2 years old. He is gorgeous, healthy and is energetic and fun. He would love a fenced yard and does very well with other dogs and would do well with a playmate. He was surrendered by his show breeder as he was a bit on the bigger side to use for breeding. He will make someone a wonderful loving pet. He will be getting neutered and updated on vaccines as well as a dental cleaning. If interested in adopting Donny please submit an application.
 

Jewel

This sweetheart is Jewel! She is a beautiful 4yo 6.5lb female Yorkie. She has just had her last litter and is being retired to find a wonderful forever home. She is healthy and will be spayed, get a dental cleaning and updating on all vaccines before being placed. She is loving and an easy pup. She is pee pad trained and will also go outside if take out on a regular basis. If interested in adopting Jewel please submit an application.
 

Angel


 

Angel is a 9yo female Yorkie who's in need of a new home. Her Mom is sick and can no longer care for her. Angel weighs about 12lbs and is a loving girl who is use to having someone home with her. She would do best to continue with that type of situation as she can have some anxiety if left alone too long. She is afraid of lightening/thunderstorms and fireworks.  She is also use to being an only and she'll pick and chose if she likes another dog or not. A bigger dog may be fine. Fenced yard is preferred. If interested in adopting Angel please submit an application.

 

Bella & Digby


 

                               

Bella & Digby are a bounded pair looking for a new home. They're coming form a divorce and previous owner feels they'd be best with a home that can give them more right now. Bella is a 5lb female who is 10yo. She is spayed and healthy easy pup. She likes other dogs and kids etc. Digby is a bigger boy at around 10lbs and is 9yo. He is neutered and healthy. He is fine with people and kids but can be more apprehensive about other dogs. Both love a good lap. Both are house trained if taken out or will use a pee pad when confined to an area. They are both leash trained as well and use to having a fenced yard. If interested in this adorable pair please submit an application.

 

Rufus


 

Rufus is a gorgeous  4.4lb male Long haired Chihuahua who is 6yo. He was just retired from a show breeder. He has been neutered, updated on all vaccines and he was tested negative for heartworm and Lyme disease. He is typical Chi and very skittish when he first meets you but warms up fast and then is a little snuggle bug! He does fine with other pups and likes to play once comfortable. He will make a wonderful companion in a lower key home. Because of his size and shyness we will not place him with small children or big dogs. If interested in Rufus please submit an adoption application.
 

Mari



Mari is a 3yo beautiful female Yorkie who weighs 5.5lbs.  She is a sweet, fun pup and loves to play and does great with other dogs. She was just completely vetted including all vaccines and a dental cleaning. We also did a 4 DX and she is negative for heartworm but did have a positive for Lyme disease. She has no symptoms and her numbers were very low but we are treating her with a course of Doxycycline as a precaution. If interested in adoption Mari please submit an adoption application.
 

Oliver



Oliver is a 4.6lb male Yorkie who's just 5 months old. He was surrendered to us with an injury. He fell down the stairs and was limping. We took him in and got him to our vet for Xrays. It was confirmed that he has three broken bones in his right front paw. He was splinted and is on crate rest for the next 4 weeks or so and will get weekly rechecks with our vet. Luckily, he should make a full recovery. Oliver is neutered and up to date on all vaccines. If interested in adopting Oliver when he is ready please submit an adoption application.
Update 8/20/17: Oliver is healing nicely! He needs about another 4 weeks in the slip but it's not slowing him down at all! This boy is playful and fun!

 

Maui



Maui is an adorable 14 week old male Yorkie puppy who came into Yorkies Inc due to a heart condition. Maui went to the cardiologist for diagnostics at Tufts University if Grafton and was diagnosed with PDA a heart condition due to a duct not fully closing This causes the heart to work too hard and the blood not to flow properly. He now needs surgery in order to close the duct and to prevent future heart failure. Due to his heart already working so hard at such a young age,  it has been advised that we have surgery as soon as possible to correct the problem in order to prevent future damage to his little heart. If you would like to become a friend to "Maui" and help with his surgery please use the PayPal button below. All Friends will be posted. Thank you (stay updated on these three on our Facebook page!)
 

All "Friends" donating $25.00 or more will receive a Special Yorkies Inc Jar Opener as a "Thank you" from our "Hawaiian Heart Trio"

Friends of "Maui"
 
$2170.00 raised

Eric & Karen Kittell
Janice Crawford Ochtera
Resa Porter
Nicola Stanley
Lori Lannon
Jill Garvey
Richard Rosenstein & Jody Abrams
Janet Rochlin-Germanton
Kim Condon
Harriet Stich
Christine Corcoran
Eileen Moss
Stanbridge College
Nazi Masoum
Shana Shields
Stephen & Judy Glass
Kevin & Cathy-Lu Ortega in memory of "Lady"
Debra Lucey
Eric & Karen Kittell
Ron & Kathy Cherkasly
Lynne Raney
Kent Thomas
Debra Vogt
David Pelletier
Nicole Birdwell
Leigh Burroughs
Deborah Giorgio
Mark Seliger
Janice Crawford Octera
Theresa Monahan
Carol Ieronimo
Edward Raney
Diane Leal
Kimberly Swan
Bob & Judy DeMoura
Rachel Anderson
Shirley Geis
Cathy Jameson & Darlene Belle-Isle
Janet Eosco
Bill & Debbe Seniw & "Maxi", "Cinnamon" & "Smidgin"
Sue Dexter
Rebecca Parris
Joanna Burns "In Memory of Julia Burns"
Carole Budrick
Maureen & Gary  Andrews
Brenda & Walter Bissonette-Cwiek & "Sasha & Mollie"
Susan Ridge
Blueberry Hill Homestead
Patti DeMello ~ In memory of Dora Przymierski
J.T. McNeil
 

Pearl

Pearl is a sweet and beautiful  14 week female old Yorkie puppy who came into Yorkies Inc due to a heart condition, Pearl went to the cardiologist at Tufts University and was diagnosed with PDA a heart condition due to a duct not fully closing at birth This causes the heart to work too hard and the blood not to flow properly. She now needs surgery in order to close the duct and to prevent future heart failure. Because Pearl's little heart is already working too hard the cardiology team has advised us to have surgery as soon as possible so we can correct the problem and Pearl can begin to live a normal life. These surgeries will be expensive...you can help us with a donation and become a "Friend" to Pearl! Please use PayPal button below...all friends will be posted. (stay updated on these three on our Facebook page!)

All "Friends" donating $25.00 or more will receive a Special Yorkies Inc Jar Opener as a "Thank you" from our "Hawaiian Heart Trio"

Friends of "Pearl"
 
$2500.00 raised

Kathy Greene & Linda Quintiliani
Eric & Karen Kittell
Janice Crawford Ochtera
Resa Porter
YNot Fashion
Cynthia Reed
Lisa Byrne
Jill Garvey
Richard Rosenstein & Jody Abrams
Janet Shiels

Janet Rochlin-Germanton
Eileen Moss
Stanbridge College
Nazi Masoum
Stephen & Judy Glass
Deborah Hotchkiss
Kevin & Cathy-Lu Ortega in memory of "Lady"
Debra Lucey
Eric & Karen Kittell
Ron & Kathy Cherkasly
Kent Thomas
David Pelletier
Nicole Birdwell
Cookie Kirwan
Merri McNeil
Leigh Burroughs
Kim Condon
Deborah Giorgio
LeeAnn Christ
Mark Seliger
Carol Ieronimo
Cheryl Norato
Diane Leal
Kimberly Swan
Bob & Judy DeMoura
Margaret Ross-Fitzgibbons
Shirley Geis
Sherry & Susan Chauvin
Cathy Jameson & Darlene Belle-Isle
Janet Eosco
Bill & Debbe Seniw & "Maxi", "Cinnamon" & "Smidgin"
Sue Dexter
Joanna Burns "In Memory of Julia Burns"
Carole Budrick
Maureen & Gary Andrews

Brenda & Walter Bissonette-Cwiek & "Sasha & Mollie"
Chantel Watkins
Janice Beaman
Blueberry Hill Homestead
Kathy Perry
Karen Lee
J.T. McNeil
Jacqueline McKenna

 

Theo



Help Needed! We were contacted by the MSPCA about a 1 year old Yorkie Mix who was hit by a car and was suffering with two broken pelvic bones. The poor little guy is in a lot of pain and needs immediate surgery. Of course Yorkies Inc said we would take him and plans were made to transfer him to tufts. While setting up plans to pick up Theo we were sent a picture of him, and while we do not see a whole lot of Yorkie we couldn't turn our backs on a pup that needed us and we hope all our Yorkies Inc friends will do the same! Please consider making a donation to help cover Theo's expensive vetting bills. We have received an estimate of $5000, with it possibly being more once they begin surgery. Please keep Theo in your thoughts for a smooth successful surgery.

Update 3/19/2017: Theo has had his surgery and the surgeon felt that it went very well. He is now in foster care getting all the love and attention he needs while he recovers. Please continue to keep him in your thoughts for a speedy and successful recovery. Thank you!

3/26/17 Update: Theo went to Tufts for a recheck and they feel he is doing very well. He now just needs to begin to put more pressure on his leg. Theo will also need some work on socialization to get over him being worried about strange noises, people and situations. We feel this is probably due to his trauma of being hit by a car and then being moved a few times until he was able to settle into his foster home to recover. He is very bonded with his foster family but takes time to warm up to new people which is to be expected with all he has been through. If interested in being considered for Theo please submit an application at www.yorkiesinc.com 

4/24/17 Update: Theo continues to do well and is putting more weight on his leg everyday. He still has a fracture in one hip that is healing but we are very pleased with his progress. He has begun to play with toys and is always wagging his tail. Theo's foster family continues to socialize him, especially now that he can go outside and take some walks.

Friends of "Theo"

$2555.00 raised

Resa Porter
Catherine Grant
Nancy McCannell
Richard Rosenstein & Jody Abrams
Janet Rochlin
Eric & Karen Kittell
Jill Garvey
Deb Giorgio
Marvin & Kreen Reckart
Kerrianne Karlberg
Margaret Lewis
Gloria Mendez
Ron & Margo Banks
Patti DeMello
Ron & Donna Smith
Maureen Drewniany & Gary Anderson
Darlene Belle-Isle & Cathy Jameson & "BooBoo, Pippa, Hillary & Shiloh"
Jennifer McGoldrick
Debbie Pollina
Harriet Stich
Vicky Tierney
Marvin & Kreen Reckart
Joanna Gikas
Janice Tomlin
Scott & Sue Jenkins
Bob Foley
Kendyl Ahlgrim
Diandra Sanphy~ Noth of Boston Animal Advocacy Group
Shirley Geis
Darlene McCarthy
Kim Condon
Eric & Karen Kittell
Brenda & Walter Bissonette-Cwiek & "Sasha & Mollie"
Lisa Hermenau
Ron & Donna Smith
Karen Lubitz
Mark Seliger
Jamie Barrow
LeeAnn Christ ~ In Memory of "Glitter"
Eileen Moss
 Debra Lucey
Karen Williams
Chrissy Holland Naro ~ In memory of Izze
Jessica Roberts
Chikako Shinagawa
Nancy Holt
Dr. Nate Daniels
Eric & Karen Kittell
Carol Ieronimo
Susan Fountain
 
ADOPTED!


LuLu



Lulu is a beautiful 18 month old female Yorkie who weighs around 4 lbs. Lulu has been diagnosed with PDA a heart condition due to a duct not closing when she was a puppy. This causes the heart to work too hard and the blood not to flow properly. She now needs surgery in order to close the duct and to prevent heart failure. Please consider making a donation towards Lulu's surgery in order to save her life. We were quoted surgery would cost around $3000. All friends of Lulu will be listed below. Thank you.
Update 10/14/16: Lulu will be having her surgery on October 26th. Please keep her in your thoughts.
Update 10/26/16 Lulu's surgery has been postponed due to needing to special order a smaller coil than they typically have on hand. Once we have her new surgery date we post an update.
11/30: Lulu will be having her heart surgery today. Please continue to keep her in your thoughts.

Update 1/3/17 Lulu had her heart surgery at the end of November and the cardiologist felt that it went very well. She will need to go back for a recheck in about 4 weeks to make sure that the coil is still where it should be. After that Lulu should be cleared to be able to be spayed and have a very much needed dental cleaning.

Update 4/24/17: Lulu is finally ready for her new home. She was spayed and had a dental last week. If interested in being considered for Lulu please submit an application. Please note due to her small size and personality we will not be putting her in a home with children or larger dogs. Thank you.

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Friends of "LuLu"

$3775.00 raised

Kim's Grooming
Jill Garvey
Deborah Pollina
Vicky Tierney
Karen Marsella
Eileen Moss
Nancy Holt
Marvin & Kreen Reckart
Betty & Andy DeYeso
A Dog's Day Away ~ small dog day care
Harriet Stich
Diane Petersen
Stephanie Trainor
LeeAnn Christ
Cookie Kirwan
Rosemarie Simons
Ronald & Kathy Cherkasly
Kimberly Bernstein
Jane Marchand
Patti Ryan
Debra Vogt
Rich Rosenstein & Jody Abrams
Stacey Chason
Lisa Geis and Ruth Molin
Susan Gluezian
Janice Tomlin
Debra Lucey
Cathy Biscaia
Barbara Faria
Susan Dexter
Sallie Changery
Deb Pollina
Janet Rochlin
Shanan Pawlowski
  Kimberly Wallace
Janet Otovic & Deb Coletta ~ in memory of "Joey"
Janice Meehen ~ in memory of "Teddy"  
Cathy Jameson & Darlene Belle-Isle
Leigh Burroughs 
  Terry Cameron
     Rachel Soucy 
Ron & Donna Smith
Jackie Riley 
Sally Monahan 
Mary Todesco
Kat Battaglia & "Chou Chou" & "Coquette"
Debra Ciardello
Nancy Bourque
Dorothy Leach
Elizabeth Ross
Keith Kitchin
Janice Tunney
Carol Ieronimo
Elizabeth Goggin
Diane Leal
Lisa Paulding
Patti DeMello in memory of "Molly"
Deborah Bershel
Resa Porter
Kathy Dames
Lisa Allen
Eric & Karen Kittell
Cheryl Emerson
Elizabeth Goggin
Jessica Roberts
Eric & Karen Kittell

 

ADOPTION PENDING!

 

Tinsel



Meet Tinsel! Tinsel is a very sweet Yorkie estimated to be about 10 years old. Tinsel was turned into a shelter as a stray in very bad condition. He was so matted, he needed to be sedated in order to be be groomed. While we do not know his story it is obvious that he has been severly neglected the last few years of his life. We also know that this is all about to change as Tinsel is now with Yorkies Inc in a loving foster home getting all the love and attention he deserves with the plan to find his new loving forever home to continue giving him the life he deserves. Tinsel is already beginning to trust again, wagging his tail, greeting you at the door, coming over and putting his front legs on you wanting to be picked up and patted. He just loves cuddling on your lap and will curl right in. If he had his choice he would be in your lap all day and night long!! He still is wary of you invading his space, such as when he is sleeping in a dog bed, but if you wait for him to come out of his bed you can easily pick him up. He also enjoys going for walks and riding in the car. Tinsel has a cataract in one eye, which we will be having looked at by a specialist. Tinsel has been vetted including a neuter, dental, vaccines and HW testing and received a clean bill of health. If you have room in your heart for a sweet little guy who needs a new start on life please fill out an application. Any questions you can write to kerri@yorkiesinc.com

3/28/16 Update: Tinsel went to the eye doctor and due to the cataract being mature he is not a candidate for cataract surgery. He however will be having surgery to fix his eye lid and remove extra eye lashes which is causing his eye to leak. This surgery will be April 6th.

4/18/16 Update: Surgery went well and his eye is no longer leaking. Tinsel is now ready for his new home. If interested in being Tinsel's new person please submit an application.

2/21/17 Tinsel Update: While being groomed a large lump was discovered on Tinsel near his tail. We immediately brought Tinsel to the vets and it was determined that Tinsel had a perineal hernia. Due to how large and fast the hernia appeared and the complications that can occur Tinsel was scheduled for surgery as soon as possible at Tufts.
 
2/24/17 Tinsel had his hernia surgery at Tufts and is recovering nicely in his foster home. His surgeon felt that the surgery went smoothly and that it was a success. Please consider making a donation to help with this unexpected medical expense. All friends of Tinsel will be listed below. Thank you!

Friends of "Tinsel"

$515.00 raised

Eric & Karen Kittell & "Kandy"
Resa Porter

Patti DeMello
Agnes Elises-Persson
Jill Garvey
Deb Giorgio
Brenda & Walter Bissonette-Cwiek & "Sasha & Mollie"
Lisa Hermenau
Eileen Moss
Eric & Karen Kittell
In Memory of "Tobi"
Jessica Roberts
Nancy Holt
Eric & Karen Kittell
Ron & Donna Smith
Marianne Valente
Ruth "Cookie" Kirwan
Rebecca Hartnett

 


Polka Dot

                                

Meet Polka Dot a 1yo tiny female Yorkie who is just adorable. Polka Dot was born with a deformity in her rib cage on her left side. We have had her seen by a specialist who feels that as long as she is placed in the right situation this should not cause her any serious issues. Of course she is more fragile but that would be the case given her size of under 3lbs anyway. Our vet suggested keeping her in a coat or sweater during cooler months and a harness type vest for walks and playing. She is a playful sweet little girl and is healthy and happy and typical yorkie in every other way. We would like her with another tiny pup. We will not be placing her with dogs over 5lbs or any children in the home and will be extra protective about her placement for very obvious reasons. She is house trained for a pee pad or will go outside when taken. She is spayed, micro-chipped and up to date on all vaccines. Her retained puppy teeth were also removed. If you are interested in adopting please submit an adoption application. Any questions please email Cathie@yorkiesinc.com
2/6/2016: Polka Dot has been "off" for the last few months and we have been exploring many different possibilities for this. She had a case of Giardia and a low B12 but after that was treated the problems didn't resolve. She often shook for no apparent reason... we weren't sure if it was pain, cold, or something else.  We tested with a blood work and ultrasound to be sure she didn't have a Liver Shunt. Both showed negative. Then in just the past month we started seeing more...she'd seem unstable in her footing. She'd sometimes seem just like a clumsy pup but other times we could see it wasn't a normal gait. We brought her in to be seen my the Neurologist and Xrays showed this little girl also has an AAI luxation just like Pixie! She has been splinted to be sure she's protected from getting any worse. She is doing ok but will live her life in the neck brace/splint for her protection and safety. This now makes her much more of a special needs pup. Anyone considering adopting must understand the brace can not be removed and this will require more trips to the vet for changing and rechecks.  No homes with children, or dogs larger then 5-6lbs will be considered. Experienced home with ideal Vet references a must.

Patti DeMello in memory of "Pebbles"
 


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 Liver Shunt is a condition that we see far too often in Yorkies and Maltese pups. Because of this we felt we should give you all more background on this dreadful condition that is become more prevalent in our beloved breeds. Below is a link to some success stories including Bella who came into Yorkies Inc in early February 2006. She is now known as "Paisley" Please take the time to read her story and that of the other Liver Shunt Survivors. Through this link you can also find other links for more info on Liver Shunt's and what it means to the pup and the owner. We'd like to thank a good friend Stephen Glass for featuring Paisley and getting the word out about Liver shunts.  

founder Yorkies Inc.,

Cathie Cyr

Paisley/Liverhttp://livershunt.net/ Shunt

"Saving the life of one dog may not change the world, but the world will surely change for that one dog"


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