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    ok so my hubby and i do not want to have kids right now...we wanna wait until after he goes on his deployment next year. but i really want a yorkie they are just so much. and its really killing me. i was wondering if anyone knew any breeders. that are more on the cheeper side. or should i just breakdown and buy one?? i just dont know a resonable price...i guess thats what im trying to say... PLEASE HELP!!
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    Well I don't have any advice about them but I will say that I think yorkies are absolutely adorable! Good luck!
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    NEVER buy from a "cheap" breeder. If you want a tea cup Yorkie that's from a good breeder and comes with a health guarantee (the smaller they are the more serious health risks they have) be prepared to pay up to about 2000 dollars. Our breeder sells them to qualified homes for 2000 a piece and that is with a spay/neuter agreement.
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    For a purebred dog, you're gonna pay a lot....esp. for a teacup size dog, because they're not common dogs. Don't ever buy 'cheap'....you get what you pay for, and the poor little thing will probably have extremely poor health.
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    thanks yall so much. i guess i am really going to have to save for a puppy! but thats ok. it will be worth it!
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    Look on Petfinder.com, you could possibly save an animal that needs to be rescued. I can't imagine paying $2000 for a dog.

    Good luck in your search and I hope you find the perfect dog.
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    have you tried the yorkie rescue?

    We have one adopted dog and a rehome to a breeder, which we got for free, I myself couldnt pay that much for a dog.

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