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Happy Tails 2017

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Daisy Mae now Nora


We are so delighted to welcome Nora to the family! She fit in immediately. After losing our beloved Finn in 2016 (Maltese just shy of 10 years old) we all felt a huge void. Our 9 year old Bichon-Maltese mix loves playing & our 11 year old Yorkie Jackson loves napping. Nora loves doing both things with both! We have never had a female so trying to get used to not always saying, "ok boys!" Nora's sweet personality is so great! She's happy to see everyone and is getting spoiled rotten! Needs work with potty training, but with the nice weather approaching & crate training she will catch on soon enough. 
Thank you Yorkies Inc again (our 3rd adoption) 
Love, Kim 

Nora and her favorite buddy Wally                      Nora, Jackson & Wally Snuggling


Eddy & Rio

Hi I am Eddy and this is my foster brother Rio, we just got adopted to a very nice mom and dad. We have a nice yard to play in with lots of toys. We go for walks and car rides, we also keep mom and dad warm in a nice big bed. Rio likes to steal shoes and moms glasses and I kind of like to torment my brother but mom and dad love us just the same.  Daddy is teaching Us how to sit for a snack, I think we're going to be very happy here. I hope all the other rescue dogs gets a nice home too. And Rio and I would like to thank Kerri, our foster mom for taking care of us until we found our forever home. Hugs and kisses❤️


Thank you Yorkies Inc, for our new Furry Baby Tyson.  We love him so much.  Tyson is a love bug, and we can't help spoiling him.  


Reddy now Rianna

Keith w/Rianna(Reddy) & Lisa w/Alma

I don't know if you can see these very clearly but our new baby has been on her bed next to the fireplace for well over an hour. She fits right in. Has already been trying to jump on the chairs and the couch to get up to be with Alma and she started spinning around so I thought maybe that meant she wanted to eat and she did. She ate every bit . She knows where the water bowl is. She did do PeePee on the rug but that's OK we're working on that. She lays next to Alma. So I think this is a wonderful match. Thank you so much. I will be in touch. I am so happy I just wanted to send you this now.

3/23:We are calling her Rianna and she already knows her name. I read about how to help a pet recognize a new name. I love when she lifts her head high when she wants to be pet there. I love her and I am thrilled that Alma loves her too and Keith of course. Alma loving her so much was the topping on the cake! Lisa
Is it Official??!! Am I officially Lisa & Keith's baby and Alma's Little sissy now? Love, Rianna

Yes! Yeah! Woot hoot! Ruff Ruff! I know it's official because I heard Rianna bark today and a little growl while having fun playing with Alma and Keith, the first time that we ever heard her make so much fun sounds - just a little bark or two and some fun growly sounds. Thank you so much I will still periodically send you pictures.
Love Lisa

Libby now Zoe



She was terrific on the flight. She is starting to really feel at home. Been using the potty pad and loves to sleep with her Blankey. She's just lurking around the house. Sir peanut is still a little flipped out but they're starting to get along quickly. Thank you so much for allowing us to adopt Willow.
Rich Rosenstein

Willow/w Rich & Jody w/ Sir (also adopted from Yorkies Inc.)

Update 4/18:
Dear Cathie, Here is a picture of Richard holding our new daughter Willow, and me holding Sir Peanut. Willow I believe is the 4th Happy Tail in our love story with Yorkie's Inc. This note is sooo long overdue. Willow is just one little lump of love. We are so very happy to have her. My Vet, who adores Yorkies, said she is about the most perfect one he's ever seen... no knee problems, no health problems, as sweet as can be. What else could you ask for.
When Rich first brought Willow home, she was very scared. We didn't know why. She resisted touch and I was concerned that someone or another dog had mistreated her in the past. Initially, Sir Peanut was none too happy to see her either, and for the first two nights, Sir Peanut, another Yorkies Inc. alum, literally slept on top of me cuddled up tight shaking and Willow attached herself to me or to Richard, going back and forth during the night for comfort. She peed our bed, but it happened only the once. Willow soon found her niche in our family and became increasingly comfortable on the bed that she shares with us and the space that she shares with Sir, who sleeps on bean bag pillows and baby blankets. While Willow enjoys cuddling with Sir, she also enjoys cuddling with me or with Rich. We are all very much a pack.
During the day, Sir Peanut enjoys going out onto our screened in lanai (that's Florida talk for "fancy" porch) and sunning himself, then running back in and getting a drink of water. Willow loves to run around in the protected outdoors with Sir. Willow is not as much a sun worshiper as Sir Peanut. Willow likes to find some shade on the outdoor carpet and nap, or better, find a lap. Willow also enjoys riding in the dog carriage with Sir around the neighborhood. She is naturally curious from afar. Rich and I have always worn front packs and carried our Yorkies in them. Willow loves being carried in a front pack. Rich and I each have one. Downtown Delray Beach is a very dog-positive community. We can dine outside with the dogs with each of us carrying one. We can also shop this way too. There are many fancy dog shops. I would have purchased this beautiful dog bed that was shaped like a black sports car if I thought the Willow and Sir Peanut would have slept in it. Instead, we bought a king-size temper-pedic bed for the family. Willow and Sir also have a huge temper-pedic dog bed too. Willow is every bit part of the family. Rich put it best, "She's my little girl."
Willow's favorite pastime is getting a full on belly rub. She especially likes having her armpits and her tushie (behind) rubbed. Willow is not a kisser, but she likes to put her nose to yours and sniff.
Willow has the most gorgeous eyes. When she looks at you, it's as though she can read your mind, or look into your soul. We are all a pack at this point. Willow unlearned her potty pad skills, but she is quickly retraining and is currently going to basic training with Richard so she can teach him how to behave! Thanks Cathie for everything! Jody Abrams & Rich Rosenstein

YoYo now Diego

Ruben w/Yoyo now "Diego" & Julio w/Patrick also adopted from Yorkies Inc.

Diego has been with us for two weeks now.  His adjustment has been fast.  I think it helps Patrick is around to show him his new “accommodations” and “patterns to follow”.   The first day he went outside to the patio, he could not understand it and he was afraid, by the second day after he realized what Patrick was doing, he just followed his lead and now he runs out after Patrick and they both do what needs to be done. He has been trying to make Patrick play with him for two weeks but no luck so far.  He will engage for 1-2 minutes and then he goes away to do his own stuff.  He adjusted easily to food schedule, at first he did not make sense of the “raw vegetable snacks” but within two days he started enjoying his carrots, zucchini and broccoli, he actually likes it.
I am not sure if he had spend a day without people in the house but the first couple days we could see in the security camera he was running around from the moment we left to the moment we came back.  By the end of his first week, he learned to take “naps” during the day.One more time, thank you for letting us take Diego and I will keep you posted in our future trips (he needs to start filling his little passport to catch up with Patrick).
thank you,
Julio Quintana-Rizzo & Ruben Montano-Lopez




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