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Shorkie Puppy for Adoption


Shorkie Puppy near Caldwell, TX

BECK's Details

Age 1 month, 28 days old
Birth Date 2/22/2024
Gender Male
Puppy Weight 2lb 8oz @ 5.7 weeks (measured at 8 wks)
Est Adult Weight 10-14 lbs
Mom Shih Tzu
10.6 lbs
Dad Yorkshire Terrier
11.9 lbs

Shorkie Insights

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Shorkie Breed Info

Shorkie Breed Info

As a delightful mix of Shih Tzu and Yorkshire Terrier, the Shorkie is a small designer dog breed that steals hearts with its charming personality and adorable appearance. These companion dogs are known for their love of play, their affectionate nature, and their enthusiastic embrace of life. Just as their Shih Tzu and Yorkie parents, Shorkies are versatile pets who can adapt well to a variety of living conditions, from bustling city apartments to spacious suburban homes. 

Being a Shih Tzu and Yorkshire Terrier mix, the Shorkie comes with the best traits of both breeds. From the Shih Tzu, they inherit a sociable, friendly demeanor and a love of companionship. From the Yorkshire Terrier side, they gain an energetic, adventurous spirit, and a touch of independence. With their compact size, they're the perfect lap dogs and are often seen trotting alongside their owners, exploring their surroundings with curious eyes. 

The Shorkie's small size doesn't hold them back from having a big personality. They are quick to form deep bonds with their families and tend to be social and outgoing. While they're generally friendly towards other pets and children, early socialization is key to help them grow into well-rounded dogs.