Gertrud and Werner Biewer named these Yorkies with white markings “Biewer Yorkshire Terrier à la Pom Pon.” It was from these breedings the Biewer Yorkie was developed.
In the F1 generation, if you breed a Biewer and a Yorkshire, you get only Yorkshire color puppies (black and tan).
A hybrid breeder who mixes the Biewer and the Yorkie states, “There can be Biewer and Yorkshire color puppies in a single litter, but only in the F2 generation. In the F1 generation, if you breed a Biewer and a Yorkshire, you get only Yorkshire color puppies (black and tan).
As with any hybrid dog, the percentage of each breed in each Yorkie-Poo determines the individual dog’s traits.
Here are a few guidelines about some of the Yorkie-Poo hybrids available:
(1). An “F1” Yorkie-Poo puppy is a first-generation 50/50 Yorkie and Poodle mix.
(2). An “F1-B” Yorkie-Poo puppy is a 75/25 Yorkie and Poodle mix. These hybrid puppies come in two types.
1). 25% Poodle and 75% Yorkie, sometimes called Yo-Yopoo’s, are offspring from a Yorkie-Poo (50/50) bred with a Yorkie. Their traits are much closer to a Yorkie, such as long straight hair, etc.
2). 25% Yorkie and 75% Poodle are offspring from a Yorkie-Poo (50/50) bred with a Poodle. These Yorkie-Poos have more Poodle traits, such as curly hair, etc.
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