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Yorkshire Terrier Rescue Dogs in the United Kingdom

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Teddy - male Terrier (Yorkshire) Cross Photo

Teddy - male Terrier (Yorkshire) Cross

  • Dogs Trust - Kenilworth
  • Age: 2 - 5 years

Adoption fee: Please check with the rescue

Teddy is an excitable little guy who loves his food and training! Once he builds a bond with people he does enjoy having a brief fuss, but his new family will need to take things slowly with him and

Nero - male Terrier (Yorkshire) Cross Photo

Nero - male Terrier (Yorkshire) Cross

  • Dogs Trust - Liverpool
  • Age: 5 - 7 years

Adoption fee: Please check with the rescue

Nero originally resided across the sea at our Dublin centre so he's had rather a long stay with Dogs Trust. When he's familiar with his handlers, he will run to greet them in the morning and is very c

Bear - male Terrier (Yorkshire) Photo

Bear - male Terrier (Yorkshire)

  • Dogs Trust - Glasgow
  • Age: 5 - 7 years

Adoption fee: Please check with the rescue

Bear is able to be left for a couple of hours a day, but we would recommend building this time up gradually. When he was younger, he had an unfortunate incident in the groomers which has led to him be

Enzo - male Terrier (Yorkshire) Cross Photo

Enzo - male Terrier (Yorkshire) Cross

  • Dogs Trust - Bridgend
  • Age: 5 - 7 years

Adoption fee: Please check with the rescue

Enzo is currently in a foster home and is doing very well, he has met lots of new people and dogs and been a very good boy! He enjoys pottering along and sniffing everything and then a game of fetch w

Willow - Female Chihuahua Cross Yorkshire Terrier Photo

Willow - Female Chihuahua Cross Yorkshire Terrier

  • Many Tears Rescue - Somerset
  • Age: 3 Years

Adoption fee: Please check with the rescue

06-02-24 Willow has come to us from a home through no fault of her own due to a change in her owners circumstances. She is a gorgeous little girl who hasn't had the best life and can be quite mistrust