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Morkie Puppies For Sale

Clever ~ Loveable ~ Adventurous

Available 7/22

2lb 8oz @ 6.1 weeks

MORKIE PUPPY FOR SALE

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$ 2095

Frequently Asked Questions

The Morkie is a crossbreed of the Maltese and Yorkshire Terrier.

A Morkie on average measures 7 to 9 inches at shoulder in height and weighs between 4 to 7 lbs.

These pups were developed as a lap and companion dog.

This breed has hair instead of fur, which stands to reason that they are hypoallergenic. However, no dog is 100% truly hypoallergenic. This Morkie is an excellent choice for allergy sufferers since they shed little to none.

This breed is black, white, brown or a mix of two or all of these colors.

The average lifespan is 10 to 15 years.

The Morkie was developed at the same time right here in the United States and in Canada.

This small bundle still needs plenty of exercise. A short daily stroll and some active play each day will be enough exercise to keep the Morkie fit and trim.

A Morkie is spirited with a streak of independency and stubbornness, which can make training a challenge. Alternatively, they are eager to please and love attention. With consistency, patience and plenty of positive reinforcement this little one will be following your lead in no time.

The short answer is, yes. The Morkie has longer hair than can become easily tangled and matted. They require daily brushing and weekly bathing. They will also need regular scheduled appointments with a professional groomer to keep their coats trimmed and their nails clipped.

Yes. This one loves to hear themselves “speak”. Though, some of the barking can be controlled through training and socialization it is in their nature to be vocal. If you want a dog who is not a barker this is not the right breed for you.

Yes, they are also called, Yorteses.

The Morkie is not recognized by the AKC since it is a mixed breed, but both parent breeds are. However, the Morkie is registered through the Continental Kennel Club (CKC).

Yes! Their minimal exercise requirements, companionship and devotion make them a perfect choice for senior citizens.

The best crate size for the Morkie is the 18" - 22" dog crate.

REVIEWS

MORKIE


Date: 3/22/2019
Name: Blakey
Breed: Morkie
Client: Erin and Joe
Loc: Williamsville

We picked up our sweet Blakey last May! We have had her now for 10 months! She was our very first puppy and we are enjoying her every second ! She is a love! She will be a year old on March 24 th! Thank you Premier Pups for making the transition so easy ! You were awesome!! I highly recommend them!!!

Date: 7/7/2016
Name: Toffee
Breed: Morkie
Client: Eileen Badia
Loc: Tall timbers, MD

We picked up Toffee on June 26 and was surprised to see how happy and how easily she adjusted to our family. Over the next few days she became very lethargic and being only one and a half pounds I immediately became concerned. I called Premier Pups and got in contact with Mike Schoeff. Mike patiently stayed in contact with me via phone and text for the next several days advising me until she recuperated. My family and I were devastated thinking she would not make it through this ordeal. I am very thankful and surprised at all the attention and time that Mike put into helping us. We definitely would recommend Premier Pups. Thank You.

Date: 9/15/2017
Name: Keegan
Breed: Morkie
Client: Nancy
Loc: Melbourne, FL

This beautiful little guy is a joy. He loves every person and every dog. When I was trying to decide which puppy to take home with me I was told that 'Nicholas' had a great personality. Turns out Keegan nee Nicholas is the perfect fit for me and a great dog.

Date: 9/17/2017
Name: Mindy
Breed: Morkie
Client: Tracy Stolle
Loc: Torrington, CT

Her original name was Sasha. We changed it to Mindy. She is a ball full of energy. I love her!!!! SHE IS PERFECT!!!

Date: 11/3/2018
Name: Amy & Miley
Breed: Morkie
Client: Amber & Justin Finocchi
Loc: Buffalo NY

We got liter mates Amy and Miley and we are so in love still almost 3 years later. We can’t image our lives without them!

Date: 5/31/2020
Name: Sophie
Breed: Morkie
Client: Isabella
Loc: OH

Our family got Sophie 4 years ago and she is the light of our lives! She is such a sweet dog who loves playing and snuggling with us and our other dog, Sparky. She has such a fun and playful personality, and we could not have asked for a better dog!

Date: 9/5/2018
Name: Maddie ( formerly Trini)
Breed: Morkie
Client: Toney Madison
Loc: Columbus,ohio

Got her for my 50th Birthday She is perfect 8/18/18

Date: 10/27/2016
Name: Harley
Breed: Morkie
Client: Courtney
Loc: MD

I drove over 8 hours from Maryland to Ohio to pick Harley up for the first time 8 years ago, and to say it was the best decision of my life would be an understatement.  He is the very best thing to ever happen to me, the love of my life, my best friend, and I simply could not imagine life without him.. I can't begin to thank afforable pups for bringing him into my life.

Date: 11/14/2017
Name: Dee
Breed: Morkie
Client: Elizabeth Kriegel
Loc: Philadelphia, PA

I would like to thank Premier Pups for everything that they have done for us. Our puppy Dee (now Harley) is a great little puppy. Premier Pups have contacted me a few times to see how Dee was doing. Dee was only 1.5 lbs when we got her on 6 November 2017 she is now 2.1 lbs. I've already taken her to my vet and was informed that she is a very healthy puppy. This is the second puppy that my family has gotten from Premier Pups - my daughter and her family got a Tedding Bear from Premier in June 2017 and he is also a very healthy puppy I want to especially thank Kacee for asking all my texts and emails. She was always professional and never seemed to mind answering all my questions. Keep up the good work Premier Pups -

Date: 12/3/2018
Name: Mila (fna Polly)
Breed: Morkie
Client: Nicholls
Loc: Greensburg, PA

We are first time dog owners and were very nervous to purchase.. We drove to Premier on a Friday afternoon to "look." We fell in love with Mila (Polly) immediately and brought her home that day. She has been a great addition to our family. She is friendly, curious, and full of energy. We aren't sure that our toes will survive puppyhood, but we love her and all of her antics!! Premier was great to work with. Great, detailed send home instructions and we appreciated the follow up calls/texts. #happy family

BREED INFORMATION


Temperament

Affectionate, Alert, Energetic, Friendly, Intelligent, Loving, Loyal, Playful, Social

Adult Weight 5-8 lbs
Adult Height 6-10 in
Life Expectancy 12-15 yrs
Rating 5.0 (96 reviews)
Maintenance    
Low High
Training    
Easy Hard
Shedding    
Min Max
Adaptability    
Easy Hard
Active    
Low High

A crossbreed between the Maltese and the Yorkshire Terrier, the Morkie, also affectionately known as the Yorktese or Morkshire Terrier was first bred in the 1990’s here in the United States as a designer puppy. Since then it has gained considerable popularity for its perfect combination of intelligence and beauty. While, these dogs make for sweet, loyal and loveable pets, they can often become quite bullheaded and territorial if not properly trained early on. Prior experience with a smaller breed is recommended.

Appearance and Grooming

Though the coats tend to be soft, rather long and hypoallergenic with colors typically ranging from solid white to black and tan and every color and combination in between, it is difficult to predict each litter. The unpredictable diversity is what makes these pooches so desirable. Regardless of its coat, this crossbreed needs to be brushed several times a week to keep the coat from matting or tangling. In addition to routine brushing, regular bathing is important to keep their coat healthy and lush.

Temperament

Despite their tiny size this breed makes for a spirited and intelligent pet.  Its inherited sense of fearlessness and energy from its Maltese parent shines through as these dogs are easily excitable and happy to greet anybody they meet. Underneath all of that energy and sometimes mischief these dogs are true lap dogs with a truly sweet and loving nature.

Family and Companionship

It is an obedient and loyal pup and its friendly personality helps it to make fast connections. It doesn’t like to be alone and suffers when it’s not appreciated and loved. It loves to play or curl up on the couch for a nap and requires frequent human companionship. Its loyalty and devotion tends to make this devoted dog very protective of its owner and family.  As an adaptable and easy going pooch and while their size makes them ideal pets for apartment dwellers, they can be a problem for your neighbors as they love to bark. When left alone, this little yapper will bark until someone comes home to be with him, which doesn’t bode well for good relationships with close neighbors. This loveable ball of fluff is perfect for an owner who can take them wherever they go.

Exercise

This breed doesn’t require too much exercise. A couple of brisk walks throughout the day and some active play time will provide the exercise your puppy needs to stay healthy and fit. Morkies should never be left off leash to or unattended during outside play unless they are in a securely fenced in area. If you live in an area where birds of prey are known to roam, you must pay particular attention not to leave your pooch unattended.

Training and Socialization

It has the Yorkshire’s intelligence and therefore is easily trainable, however it can be a little bit stubborn which may require a gentle, firm and patient trainer.  It is imperative for it to be properly trained at a young age.  These pint size puppies have strong personality traits and think they are much larger than they actually are and as such may try to dominate their owner and smaller animals.