Yorkipoo Size Chart for Standard and Small Yorkipoos

As Yorkipoos are a relatively new member of the Doodle family, we don’t have a lot of specifics about them yet. To try and figure out height and weight variations, we need to look to the two parent breeds. Predictions about your pup’s final size can also be made by looking at their rate of growth using our interactive puppy growth calculator, which you can find in this Yorkipoo size guide.

The Different Types of Yorkipoos

If you are looking for a toy or small-sized breed of dog to adopt, you might be considering the adorable Yorkipoo. An excellent blend of Yorkshire Terrier and either a Toy or Miniature Poodle, these diminutive pups have all the confidence of a much larger dog. However, you might be wondering – just how big does a Yorkipoo get?

While the most likely indicator of your pup’s future size is the Poodle used in breeding (the smaller Toy or slightly larger Miniature), their Doodle generation can also play a role. Here are all the different combinations: 

1st Parent2nd Parent% Yorkshire Terrier*% Poodle*
F1 Yorkipoo (first-generation)Yorkshire TerrierPoodle50%50%
F1B Yorkipoo (first-generation backcross)F1 YorkipooPoodle25%75%
F1BB Yorkipoo (first-generation backcross backcross)F1B YorkipooPoodle12.5%87.5%
F2 Yorkipoo (second-generation)F1 YorkipooF1 Yorkipoo50%50%
F2B Yorkipoo (second-generation backcross)F1 YorkipooF1B Yorkipoo37.5%62.5%
F2B Yorkipoo (alternate cross)F2 YorkipooPoodle25%75%
F3 / Multigen YorkipooF1B Yorkipoo or higherF1B Yorkipoo or higherVariesVaries
*These are generic calculations only – genetics are rarely mathematically accurate.
Doodle Generations explained 2022

As Yorkipoos are quite a young hybrid breed, most litters are still of the F1 variety. However, as they continue to grow in popularity, some of the other variations are starting to be seen.

Yorkiepoo Size Predictions

Whether you opt for a standard or small Yorkipoo, calculating their size can help you anticipate all sorts of needs. From their crate and bed size to the amount of food, you will have to budget into your weekly or monthly grocery shop. 

So let’s take a look at the Yorkipoo stats…

Yorkipoo Size Charts & Growth Patterns 

Here are the initial observed averages for both the different types of Yorkipoo:

 Toy YorkipooMini Yorkipoo
Weight3-6 pounds10-14 pounds
Height*10 inches or less10-15 inches
Age at Full-Grown6-7 months7-12 months
*A dog’s height is measured from their withers, which is the highest part of their shoulder blades.

Mini Yorkipoos are bred with Miniature Poodles, whereas Toy Yorkipoos have Toy Poodle parents. 

As with most smaller dogs, Yorkipoos do most of their growing in the first 2 to 5 months of their lives. At this time, they will get to around 50% of their adult weight.

Keep in mind that all pups should be on a diet specially formulated for puppies. Moreover, with Yorkipoos, you should consider a formula specially designed for small breed puppies. Make sure to check out our Doodle puppy food guides.

Toy Yorkipoos

Toy Yorkipoos usually get to 50% of their full weight around 2-3 months, and their full adult weight between 6-7 months.

You can calculate their potential adult weight at 15 weeks by taking what they weigh at that age and multiplying it by two.

Yorkipoo size

Mini Yorkipoos

Mini Yorkipoos usually get to half their full weight around 4-5 months and their adult weight between 7-12 months.

You can calculate their potential adult weight at 18 weeks by taking what they weigh at that age and multiplying it by two.

Mini-Medium Doodle Weight-Formula

A different formula you could use is: 

Alternative Doodle Weight Formula

At What Age Are Yorkipoos Considered Full Grown?

Much of the information we have on newer hybrid breeds such as the Yorkipoo comes from observations on Yorkshire Terrier and Poodle growth rates – although new data is filling in the gaps every day. 

Yorkipoos straddle the line between a toy and a small breed. Depending on their size potential, a Yorkipoo will reach their adult height somewhere between 6 to 12 months. Generally speaking, the smaller the dog, the sooner it will be considered fully grown. 

Once they have reached their adult size, both types continue to gain weight for a while and hit their adult weight somewhere between 9 and 17 months.


Having a way to predict your future pup’s size is important for so many reasons. While this isn’t always easy with Doodle breeds, it is possible – especially with the help of useful tools such as our interactive puppy growth calculator.

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The information on this page is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for qualified professional veterinary advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian or other qualified animal health provider with any questions you may have.

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