At United Yorkie Rescue we are blessed with an extraordinary success rate in finding forever homes for our rescued foster dogs. To share this joy we've created this "Happy Tails" page. Happy Tails is devoted to the celebration of these wonderful stories with everyone who loves dogs. We hope that you enjoy these "Tails" as much as we have. Thank you!!

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2/5/23 Today Victor found his perfect forever family! Congrats Victor :-)

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Sapphire and new family

2/5/23: Sapphire has been adopted! She was super lucky to find a home that met all of her unique needs. She is joining former UYR fosters, Bella, Ginger, and Coco where she will get the pack interaction and activity she so desperately craved. Her new parents are no strangers to rescue pups and have plenty of love and attention to give Sapphire her best possible life. Her playful demeanor and night time snuggles will be dearly missed. Happy Tails Sapphire!

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2/1/23 Chance found his perfect forever home today where he has fur siblings to play with and a family to love him.

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Frida (nee Brownie Girl)

1/29/23 Today sweet Frida found her perfect forever home where she will be loved and nurtured to become her best puppy self possible! Congratulations to everyone :-)

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Coco and new dad
CoCo TX 23

1/29/23 Coco found her furever pawrents today. She was 1 of 11 dogs that were breeder surrenders which United Yorkie Rescue saved January 5th 2023. This very shy and still scared little girl by any sudden moves and loud noises found herself the perfect home. Shell live with another breeder surrender sister and a big sister who likes to teach her younger sisters the ropes of how to be a happy puppy. Her new pawrents have experience with breeder surrender dogs like Coco and they are looking forward to helping her become a beautiful happy-go-lucky girl that will enjoy the rest of her life. She truly found the perfect home with a furmily thats going to go at her pace to help her overcome her breeder past. I cant wait to see how Coco will bloom into the beautiful happy girl thats inside of her. Coco found her Cinderella beginning and her Cinderella furever.

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I am so excited to be home!

Nichole is adopted 1/24/23!

Nichole has been adopted! This precious little senior girl found herself needing to be surrendered as her family could no longer care for her. All who met her just wanted to hold her and love her - all fluffy 5 pounds of her! She now has a new Mommy and Daddy who will love her furever, as well as a sister doggie who is the same age. It seems, however, that she is going to be Daddy's Little Girl. Happy Tails Nichole!

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1/21/23 Today Lexi found her perfect forever family. Congratulations to everyone!

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I love my new family!

On 1/21/2023 Max was adopted.

Max has now found his forever family. He now has a family to give him all the love and cuddles that he deserves. Max will be taken on long walks, sleep in a warm bed and get all the snuggles and belly rubs. Max ran right into his new home and felt at home right away, Happy Tails sweet Max!

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Hank has found his forever home!

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1/15/23: Today Isabella found her perfect forever home where she'll be a doted upon princess!

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I am so happy to be in my Forever home!
Mr. Hollywood

Mr. Hollywood was adopted today 1/15/23. He came to UYR as a shelter dog and quickly settled in with his foster mom and now has found his forever home. He will be loved and get all the belly rubs he deserves. He is happy, easy going and loves that he finally has a family to give all his kisses. Happy Tails Mr. Hollywood!

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I am so happy to be in my Forever home!

1/12/23 Sweet little 4.8 pound Rocky the Puppy was adopted today. Rocky came into United Yorkie Rescue almost 4 months ago. He was a sick little 4 month old puppy suffering from a liver shunt that was not being treated. He was probably days away from death and needed immediate care. He was starving from the lack of a proper diet and sick from the effects of an untreated liver shunt. When he arrived at his foster home he was only 3.2 pounds. The first thing he was given was the proper food for a liver disease. He gobbled it right down, he was so hungry. From then on he was on the road to recovery. He got his liver shunt surgery and healed properly. However, the surgery follow up bile acid test showed that although the shunt was successfully closed the blood flow in his liver found another pathway and most likely caused a secondary shunt. He would need to be forever cared for like a liver shunt boy. Would he ever be adopted?

Today Rocky was adopted. He went to his perfect forever home. His new mommy and daddy understand the care he will need for the rest of his life in order to have a long and healthy life. They promised Rocky they would do everything they have to and more to give him the best life ever. They assured Rocky that all his medical needs will be taken care of and would spare no expenses. And there's more. Rocky has a fur sister who is only a year older than him. She is about his size and also loves to play. There is a beautiful enclosed screen room with a nice patio and a grassy area. There is also a big fenced yard for running around in. Rocky will have a stay at home mom and dad to give him so much attention and love. He will get to sleep on their bed and get all the cuddles and love he ever wanted. Rocky found his perfect forever family. Happy life forever, Rocky. Your foster mom and dad are so happy for you.

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Lily WI

1/10/23: Today Lily found her forever happy home with her mom and loving fur sibling. Congratulations Lily!

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1/8/23: Today Annie found her perfect forever home with her new mommy who will dote on her and treat her like a princess!

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Bobby Blue

1/9/23: Today Bobby Blue found his forever happy home!

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1/8/23: Sajak has been adopted! He will be joining previous UYR foster, Daisy, aka Little Bit at his new forever home filled with attention and love. He has a perfect Yorkie-sized backyard to run and chase the abundant squirrels, free roam of a comfortable home, and best of all a sister close to his age and size to play with! Sajak's new forever parents are extremely versed in caring for Yorkies, as they have had several over the years. They are both retired and are looking forward to spoiling him with attention, love, treats, walks, and plenty of play time. He may have spent his first few years working as a breeder, but those days are long gone and now he can focus on just being a well loved pup! Happy Tails Sajak!

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Maggie and new mom

12/31/22: Today Maggie found her happy Forever Home! Congratulations Maggie and many happy New Years going forward.

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My Family!

Congrats to Chloe and her new forever family!

Chloe came to UYR as a local shelter stray. Her health issues were an immediate concern but through proper vetting and treatment, Chloe is on her way to living her best life. Chloe's amazing temperament makes her a great companion. She loves to travel, is calm, and is a great snuggler. We know that she will have many belly rubs in her future.

Since Chloe does well with other dogs, we are excited that her forever family includes a puppy brother. She will thrive in this environment where she gets interaction from her humans as well as her new pup brother. Chloe's new family enjoys daily walks which is perfect as she loves to be on the go. If Chloe gets too tired, her new family will have the pup stroller on standby.

While Chloe's foster mom was sad to see her go, she is thrilled that Chloe has found her forever home where she will spend her remaining years being loved and spoiled. Congrats Chloe!!

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Izzy has found her perfect home. With her foster mom who will make sure she gets all the love and specialized care she needs for the rest of her life.

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Emma and Hanna and new family
Emma TX

12/17/22: Hannah and Emma found their furever home just in time to hang their stockings by the fireplace waiting for Santa Paws. They have a stay at home Mom an almost retired Dad and a fur brother and are living it up. They are so spoiled already

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