My name is Bert!

Poodle (Toy or Tea Cup)/Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier Mix Puppy for adoption in Birmingham, Alabama - Bert
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I'm being cared for by:
Soldiers for Strays Rescue & Rehab

Facts about Bert

  • Breed: Poodle (Toy or Tea Cup)/Yorkie, Yorkshire Terrier Mix
  • Color: Black - With Brown, Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 515


We saved these four babies from being given away to whoever would take them at five-weeks-old and now they are ready for their forever families to find them and love them forever. They have been dewormed at 5, 7, AND 9 weeks and currently have one round of vaccinations at eight-weeks. They each have their own unique and adorable personality so please come meet them to see which is a better for your home and lifestyle. DOB 08/11/16. Mommy is a Yorkie/Poodle daddy is miniature Dachshund


All puppies come with age appropriate vaccinations and deworming. They are microchipped, crate trained, and working on housebreaking. We do not use pee pads because we find it ridiculous to teach a dog of any age that it is acceptable to use the house as a restroom. If you follow the schedule guideline we have already implemented with the puppies in the two weeks they have been with us their transition will be easy and trouble free. All puppies are dragging a leash to help them better begin walking on one with their new family. If the puppy is not yet spayed or neutered they must be by no later than six-months-old or we void the contract and take the puppy back. The spay/neuter is covered in the adoption fee and we will provide a credit card to your veterinarian for the procedure. All puppies are with us for a minimum of 14 days to ensure they are free of any contagious disease.

About Soldiers for Strays Rescue & Rehab

About Our Rescue Group...

The mission of Soldiers for Strays Rescue & Rehab is to not only help displaced Guardian and Bully Breeds find loving and safe homes, but to help displaced US Veterans with housing, employment, & stability so they may reenter and succeed in the civilian lifestyle. We also offer help and education with training, spay/neuter assistance, vaccinations, & veterinarian help to families in need so they may keep their dog's with them. We firmly believe any loving family should be able to keep their dog(s), coming into rescue is not always the answer.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Please see our website and donate via any of the links provided there. Shopping via the Amazon links on our page will donate a % of your purchase to our rescue. We also have an Amazon Wishlist for our Veterans and our pups. Thank you

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are located in on Lay Lake in Fayetteville 35151 and will have a new facility opening in Oct 2016 in Montevallo AL.

Our dogs are available world wide however, we do not ship our dogs. We require you and any children and other pets in the home to come and meet the dog you're interested in to make sure it is the perfect fit for all involved.

We will not schedule a meet and greet prior to verification that you are a suitable home for the dog you have inquired about. We are not open to the general public as we schedule our dogs training around meeting their potential new families. We are available by appointment only, Thursday-Sunday 2pm-6pm.

If flying in to meet one of our dogs the closest major airport is Birmingham. We are 2 hours from ATL airport.

Please plan on being here a minimum of one hour to meet, spend time with, go over contract, and to go over training of your new family member.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoptions fee's are on a case by case basis. Each dog's listing has their adoption fee in it. Our fee's are not negotiable.If you cannot afford the adoption fee on a fully vetted, purebred ex-large breed then you cannot afford to maintain their care properly.

Dogs that are available as therapy, ESD, and Service dogs to Veterans are free of charge to qualifying veterans. Please note, not every dog is service dog material. Military, Veterans, Law Enforcement, Firemen, Paramedics are entitled to a discount.


1) We require a photo copy of your DL or Passport/Visa. In addition if you have a military ID presenting that as well will entitle you to a discount for the adoption fee.

2) We require a letter of reference from your veterinarian for past/current pets. Even if you have not owned a pet in numerous years, we must have your last veterinarian's letter of reference stating your dog(s) were well cared for, received all needed medical care, were/are altered, and if passed on COD.

3) We require a video tour of your home/yard/fence. You may need to break this down to a few video's to send to us which is fine.

4) If you rent: Letter from landlord stating you are allowed to have a dog and include the breed you are looking to adopt. This must include the landlords phone number as well as address. We do verify property owner through public records.

5) If you own: Letter from insurance agent or copy of policy stating you have no restrictions on tenacious breeds.

6) We will run a criminal background check. Any violent offenses or offense animal related automatically disqualify you.

7) A home check is required. If living outside of the area a home check will be performed by a reputable rescue.

Please tell us about yourself, family, lifestyle, current/past pets when contacting us. If an ad states past experience required, that means the dog is only available to someone with guardian breed experience. If you do not have this, please do not inquire. Pit Bull experience is NOT guardian breed experience.