Honey is a 5-6 lbs Maltese Yorkie mix and just turned 2 years old. Everyone thinks she is a puppy. Her mom is a Maltese, dad is a Yorkie. She is a perfect mix because some people think she is a Maltese while others think she is a (white) Yorkie! She was honey colored as a puppy but she is now a blonde (with highlights!)
She is very energetic, athletic, loving and smart. She knows basic commands (sit, speak, down, turn, five, high five, etc...). She does spins when you say "treat" or "greenie". She is potty trained. She runs really fast, plays fetch and catches toys in her mouth. She knows to run & hide away when she hears "bath" or "comb".
The only issue I have with her is she barks at other dogs (she swears she's tough), at the door, and when people come in (that's her way of saying hi). She is so much fun and the LOVE of my LIFE. If I can have more dogs, I'd have more Morkies.
Bella is a Maltese Yorkie mix girl who is full of energy and loves to play. She is talented and loves to show off. She is always dressed up, and always wants someone to lay next to. Her personality is vibrant and sassy.
Dinni is about three years old, his mama was a Maltese and his daddy a Yorkie. He weighs about 7.8lbs, barks at anything he sees and really believes he is a big dog.
He loves to play, my niece has a Yorkie mix who is taller then he is but that doesn't stop him. He is king of the house. My sister had him and he got pneumonia, so I ended up nursing him through and spoiled him so bad, my sister didn't want him back. I had to hand feed him. He is also a very picky eater, wont eat beef flavored dog food, only chicken or pork...
He is a very special lil boy and he knows it. He is good with people but, not his happiest with small children, he prefers them to be about five or above, less squeezing that way.
We got our Yorike mix Maggie from a local rescue yesterday and they presumed she was "Poodle mix". I spoke with a friend who shows Yorkies and Bulldogs and she immediately identified her as a Morkie. She is mostly white (more of a Maltese trait) with gray around her face and chest (like a silver Yorkie). She got a good bath and flea comb and looks and smells like she will be a pretty girl once the hair grows back. We're pretty sure she was flea-bitten and heavily matted when rescued so she looks more like a Marine-basic training buzz than a puppy cut. She is not a puppy -- they estimate 6-8 years old, but she still loves to chase her tail. Our Maltese Yorkie mix has the beginnings of cataracts and we are going to have to overcome some dental problems, but we believe she is well-worth the investment of time and love! She's crate trained and was spayed when younger so she has known love before.....she sat through an hour of careful combing and furr-ball cutting this evening without complaint so she likes to be groomed.
It would have been easy to buy a purebred or hybrid puppy from a breeder, but it means more to us to give an adorable girl a better life in her golden years. She has already won over every resistance in the family, except the alpha tom cat, and may be in danger of atrophied muscles in her legs because the teenagers carry her everywhere. She hasn't barked yet and only whimpers when we put her in the crate to go to work but I'm sure she stops the minute we are gone from the house. She's been here only 30 hours but it's hard to remember what home was like without her. I may have been officially converted to a dog person, or at least a cat and dog person. I'll have to share pictures when her coat grows back out.
"Nala" aka "Bean" my Morkie puppyis only 13 weeks old but it feels like she has been in our lives for years! She likes to attack and chase her toys around the room, chew on anything she can find, and follows me everywhere.
She can "sit" , and is learning how to "fetch"(doesn't understand the part where she returns the toy). We think she is advanced for her age though.
She is super friendly and usually quiet but has recently begun to bark at the neighborhood raccoons. Such a good guard dog! She is already a celebrity on our street and everyone wants to stop and say "hi" to the cute pup. We are so lucky to have found her.
We saw Zoe, a Maltese Yorkie mix, at the pet store and could not resist!! She is so loving and is perfectly behaved if she can be with us. She is doing great sleeping in her crate at night and doesn't cry at all because she can see us near her.
She is great with strangers and loves the outdoors. We have four cats and she is having fun chasing them all over the house!! (and they are 14 pounds each!!) She is very smart.
I finally found out that my little Yorkie is a Yorkshire terrier Maltese mix after months of research. The place we got him from told us that he was a Yorkie-Apso, but then we say a little Fourche Terrier and we thought that he had a bit of Westie in him. But after we saw a Morkie, we knew what he was.
Yorkie is a great chap. He is such a good companion and a well behaved little fella. And boy is he smart. Ok, I can't take him off the lead yet, but he is so headstrong and he knows what he wants. If I take him off the lead, he will give me an entertaining half hour chasing him.
When we first got him, we instantly fell in love with him, and we still are. Here is a video of him when he was just a few months old.
If anyone wants to see more pics of him, just let me know. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send some along.
My Maltese Yorkie mix Teddy is 3 words. Love with fur. Teddy is 4 years old. He loves to go for walks and he likes other dogs as long as they're friendly.
He and his 15 yr old buddy Weston were on a walk last June and they were attacked by a Pitt Bull Mix and he's shy of other dogs now. He skulks toward them when he sees them coming towards us on walks then if they're friendly he relaxes and plays.
He's cautious cuz he was so traumatized. Before that, he never met a stranger, K-9 or human...
Misty is growing very rapidly and is calming down some. My Maltese Yorkie mix is now up to 6.9 lbs and has beautiful fur, but thick.
She is white, tan, with black tips on her ears and the tips of her hair on her back is black. When we lost Sarah our Yorkie we didn't think another dog could take her place, but little Misty is doing a good job.
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