See Pictures of Our Members' Yorkies
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A  Poem About A Rescue Dog
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To Contact A Member of
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FOSTER MOMS CLICK HERE TO MAKE A
FLYER FOR YOUR FOSTER DOG AND
POST IN PET STORES AND VET OFFICES
AND OTHER PLACES FOR MORE
ADOPTION APPLICANTS.
At The Bridge Waiting On Us
Yorkie Friends Rescue believes that all Yorkshire
Terriers and Yorkie mixes deserve loving and
caring homes and the medical care necessary to
ensure the best possible quality of life,
regardless of their age or condition; and the
members will rescue Yorkies and Yorkie mixes in
need, then strive to work together in a spirit of
co-operation and mutual respect to achieve that
goal for the Yorkies in our care; and through our
endeavors we shall seek to educate the public
about the cruelty to animals that exists in our
country, and how they can help to end it.
911 Click Here To Report a Yorkie in need of Rescue.
To read about the
perils that exist for
dogs and other
animals in our
country, and how you
can help to save the
animals from these
dangers, click on any
of the links displayed
down the right
margin of our web
site.
Yorkie Friends
Rescue is not
affiliated with any of
the organizations
permission when
permission when
necessary, only to
further the education
of the public.of the
public.
TheVoiceForDogs.org
Toxic Foods
These foods can be deadly
to dogs.
* Onions or onion powder
*Chocolate
* Coffee
* Tea
* Alcoholic beverages
* Macadamia nuts
* Hops (Used in home
beer      brewing)
*Grapes and raisins
* Tomato foliage (leaves
&      stems)
*Green parts of
potato            (green
peeling, sprouts,        
foliage)
*Rhubarb leaves
* Avocados
* Pits & seeds from
fruits          (plum, apricot,
peach,          apple, cherry)
* Bitter Almonds
* Moldy or spoiled foods
www.ASPCA.org/apcc
List of Toxic Plants Click Here
Puppy Rescue & Adoption:
Adopt a Homeless Puppy in
your area...
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HumaneSocietyoftheUnitedStates
SPAY/USA, a program of
The Pet Savers Foundation,
is a nationwide network and
referral service for
affordable spay/neuter
services.

Our mission is to reduce the
number of unwanted cats
and dogs and to stop their
suffering. Anyone who
needs assistance finding
affordable spay/neuter
services can benefit from
calling SPAY/USA!
SpayUSA.org
The College of Veterinary
Medicine is a vital part of
Mississippi State University
and it serves the state,
region, and nation through
teaching, research, clinical
service and public service.
We hope you enjoy your
visit to our website and we
invite your comments to the
Webteam.
Mississippi State Univerity
Veterinary Medicine
Rescue Me Poem
Click Here
Poem Dedicated to those who Rescue
Click Here
In loving memory of our little friends
waiting on us at the Rainbow Bridge.
Read the stories of
these and other dogs
that are at the
bridge.
Click Here
A Dog's Prayer
Click Here
Web Site Designed by Tim Harvey. Organization's birth date. March 30 2005
[ Home ]
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[ Membership Application ]
[ Special Need Yorkies ]
[ Successful Adoptions ]
[ Yorkie in Need of a Friend Report ]
[ List of Officers And Coordinators ]
[ The Yorkie Friends Families ]
[ Contact Us ]
[ The Yorkie Shoppe ]
[ Adoption Agreement ]
To Read About Some More Of
Our Successful Yorkie Friends
Rescue Adoptions.
Click Here
Reasons to Adopt an Older Dog Click Here
How Could You
Click Here
Since Yorkie Friends Rescue Corporation began on March 30, 2005,
we have successfully adopted to forever homes,
455 dogs
A Foster Parent Speaks




The mission of the Deaf
Dog Education Action
Fund is to provide
education and funding
for the purpose of
improving and/or saving
the lives of deaf dogs.
We are a non-profit
organization founded to
speak on behalf of and
assist in the betterment
of life for deaf dogs
everywhere.
WWW.DeafDogs.Org
All dogs adopted from Yorkie
Friends Rescue are
spayed/neutered, updated
on vacinations, receive a
heartworm test and a fecal
test, a thorough vet exam,
and are treated for any
infections or conditions
before adoption.
Names of people  we appreciate
for their donations.
Click here
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pet care resource by
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Pet Dentistry: Dogs
and Cats Need
Dental Care, Too
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Read a
Rescue Poem
[ Permanent Fostered Dogs ]
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Canine Skin
Problems &
Diseases
VetLocator.com
largest directory of
pet professionals
and pet resources
anywhere, in one
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Visit our Ebay Store.
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RescueGroups.org
The adoption donation required for each dog helps cover the vet
costs for all of the dogs. So many dogs are sick or require a lot of
vet care to get them adoptable. Many others are too old and feeble
to be adopted and must stay in one of our foster homes for the
remainder of their lives. The adoption donations of the younger
healthier dogs helps pay a portion of those bills. Even those
adoption donations do not cover all of the vet bills we have to pay,
so we also have to rely on public donations to pay for excess vet
bills. We are 501c-3, so all donations are tax deductible.
Adoption donations are not tax deductible.
Click Here to see More Available Dogs
Our members and the people who visit our website often share
beautiful stories and poems about rescue, rescue dogs, and beloved
pets with us. We like to make some of the most touching and beautiful
ones available for everyone to enjoy. Click on the links in this section
to read some of the stories and poems about the sweet dogs and the
cause we serve.
Rescue Poems & Stories
See the educational links in the right margin of this page
for information on a variety of topics including, the perils of
puppymills, animal cruelty research and issues, veterinary
and first aid information, pet behavior, and other topics.
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YORKIE FRIENDS RESCUE CANNOT TAKE NEW FOSTERS AT THIS TIME!!

Right now we have NO money, and desperately need donations for the regular care and intermittent
critical care of 3 sweet little Permanent Fosters, all of whom have special needs issues and for whom
we are responsible for the remainder of their lives!! While they all have serious issues which require
regular medications and prescription diets, as well as their regular and intermittent vet sick care, they
all still have a great quality of life. We are committed to giving them a good life for as long as their
problems can be successfully managed, but we cannot do it without donations from caring people!!!
Please read about them and find it in your heart to help us enable them to continue that life quality!! We
must maintain funds on hand to meet any emergency issues that will certainly arise with senior/special
needs dogs.
WE ARE 501C-3, SO DONATIONS ARE 100% TAX DEDUCTIBLE!!!!
ALL DONATIONS WILL PAY ONLY FOR THE VET CARE, FOOD, AND
MEDICATIONS!

1.      Sugar is the sweetest girl EVER!! She is 16 yrs/6.5 lbs and came to YFR in 2014.
In spite of multiple benign hepatic and splenic masses, gallbladder debris, and
incontinence, her foster mom says she is an amazing, happy little girl!!!She takes  2x
daily Tramadol to  relieve discomfort and Prion for incontinence.  She recently had an
ulcer in her eye, which required $600 to cure!!! Thankfully she has a wonderful foster
mom!!!!















2.      Bella is a beautiful 8 lb/10 yr old girl who was surrendered to YFR in 2016 due to
IBS and an allergic reaction to her vaccinations. We placed her on an RX food for IBS,
but in Apr 2017 she was diagnosed with hepatoportal microvascular dysplasia. Her RX
food was changed to take care of both issues.  She is blessed with an amazing foster
mom!!!!














3.      Rhett: At barely 2 yrs/4.5lbs he came to YFR from another rescue in Jan 2015 after
being chained outside for more than a year in his 3rd home! Terrified of men, storms, all
noises, sudden movements, and his shadow, he didn’t bark for more than a year! He had
juvenile cataracts and had lost site in 1 eye. Soon after he was hospitalized with 2 critical
rounds of pancreatitis, which proved to be chronic and required lifetime RX food. With
guidance from a behaviorist his foster mom has worked diligently with on his fears and he
is finally a much more secure little man and will even let men pet him!!!  ...and weights his
normal 8.5 lbs!!