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Anonymous asked:
My 9-month-old Yorkiepoo puppy gets very excited when he sees a person or another dog. He just about "turns inside out," & doesn't settle down. He's been that way since I got him at 2 months. I'm glad he loves people so much, but it's really a problem, whether walking in the park or someone comes to my house. Any suggestions?

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Contact your local positive reinforcement trainer. They will be able to help you with these steps. Out in a field or on a long sidewalk, figure out the distance a person has to be for your pup not to react to him/her. Praise and treat your pup, using a marker word such as "calm". Then have the person take three steps forward and stop. If your puppy reacts, wait until he has calmed down and then praise and treat him. Repeat these steps but do not push your pup to the point of where he can not calm down within 30 seconds. Backup and work further away and work up to the point of where he can be calm when people approach. Use the same training method with another calm dog.

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I just had to put my dog down and would like to get a Yorkie mix like a Yorkiepoo. I am disabled and don't get around much. I can only walk short distances outside. This dog will be well loved by my family and our cat who was raised with a dog. Is there somewhere in the Pittsburgh, Pa area that could help me? Also, I am on a fixed income. My pets are cared for by the vet and are groomed by a groomer. I need a buddy that I can love and be loved back. Can you help me?

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This probably isn't the place to be asking this question. You need to contact a couple of shelters/rescues in your area. They will be able to help you much easier than random people on the internet. I am sorry for your loss and I hope you are able to find a new companion soon. I would suggest an adult dog for you since you are unable to take the dog for long walks.

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I have a Yorkie-Poo and he loves his walks and rides in the car. I am also disabled and would not be able to walk him. You could get a Teacup dog. I have heard that since they are small they do not need to be walked as they get enough exercise in the home. I will get one someday, but my house is full with 3 cats also right now. My Mom went to a shelter and asked specifically for a lap cat and boy did she get one! Another idea.... Sorry for your loss and best of luck.

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My Yorkiepoo is almost 5. He ate puppy dry dog food for maybe the first year. Then he would not eat it. I have tried so many kinds but no go. We feed him ham, turkey, pork, carrots, green beans & rice. Does anyone have any other ideas for food? Our vet is aware of this and our dog is very healthy and of normal weight. He will eat the remainder of the cats wet food, but there is only a tiny amount because I don't give the cat too much. Thank you!

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Puppy food is smelly, so what your dog wants is a good smelling dog food. Your home-made dog food is missing many key ingredients so I would suggest finding a good dog food your dog will eat. A high-grade, grain-free dog food is the best thing to feed your dog. The protein level is high and the food should smell like the protein it's made from. Orijen, Acana, Go!, Now, Merrick, Taste of the Wild, Wilderness, etc. are all great brands to check out. You may want to add canned food to his diet, so he is interested in eating it. Do not give him human food anymore, and if he doesn't eat the food in 20 minutes, take it away and he gets nothing until you put the food back down and he eats it. You must teach him to eat what you feed him.

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My dog used to eat dry food but found he wasn't eating much so I added a little warm water and now he eats his entire meal. I have not told his vet and am not sure if this is okay but can't one presume this is better than giving him home food or scraps from the table?

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I feed my Yorkipoo meat. His favorite is a chuck roast done in the slow cooker. Since he's so small I can afford to do this as he doesn't eat that much. This diet was recommended by his holistic vet, where I bought a book on dogs' diet. He, of course, eats lots of other healthy things, like carrots, and his favorite food is kale, but kale can't be overdone, even for humans, as good as it is for us.

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I had a Yorkie Poo that I bought online and it recently passed away due to cancer. Looking back I realize that in my haste and excitement, I didn't do the research I should have and got him from a puppy mill. Can you offer tips on how to avoid this in the future? There do not seem to be any breeders in my area or I would go and inspect myself. Thanks!

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Buying a puppy online is a gamble and I am so sorry for your loss. The loss of a beloved pet is so very hard. But it is good to hear that you want to avoid the same mistake. As for breeders, the best thing you can do if you absolutely can not find anyone near you is to get references. As many as possible, and then contact them all. If you can meet any of them, do that as well. If you can not go and see the breeder, but have a family member or friend that you trust that can, have them go on your behalf. But remember to trust your gut, if something feels wrong, walk away, there will be other puppies from better breeders. The breeder should ask you just as many, if not more questions then you ask him/her. A good breeder wants to know where his/her puppies are going.

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I would like the offspring from a therapy dog (Yorkiepoo) how can you find this information? Are they easily obtainable?

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A reputable breeder will participate in sports, confrontation showing and/or human therapy/service with their dogs to their dogs specific standards of what they were bred for. If you are looking for a dog to become a therapy dog, the parents of the dog do not have to be therapy dogs. It is all in the temperament and training of the dog to become a therapy dog. However, if you want a puppy from a therapy lineage, then contacting a breeder that participates in therapy work with their stock is what you are looking for. However, since you are looking for a mixed breed of dog, it will be harder to find. Contact your local hospital, children's learning center and senior center to see if there are any therapy dogs of the mix that you are looking for. Get in contact with the owner of the dog and go from there is what I would suggest.

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