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Last Updated on February 11, 2024 by Scott Lipe

Morkie Puppies For Sale in Connecticut under $100, $200, $300, $400, $500 and Up

Welcome to our Connecticut Morkie Puppies for Sale page. If you have been searching for a “Morkie Dog” or “Maltese Yorkie” or even a “Morkie Poo” then you’ve landed on the right page. We have compiled a directory of Connecticut Morkie for Sale listings from breeders, rescues, and shelters that will help you find the cutest Morkie for Sale or Morkie Teacup without paying too much.

Are they looking for a Morkie puppy for sale in Connecticut? Here are some resources to help you find one near you! Morkie dog breeders, rescues, shelters, and humane society organizations are listed below, along with helpful information about the Morkie breed. The Morkie is a cross between a Maltese and a Yorkshire Terrier, and they come in a wide range of colors and sizes.

Feed your Morkie puppy a high-quality diet; they love going on walks or playing games. When searching for a puppy or adult dog, ask important questions. It is always best to see the dog in person so that you can socialize with the pet and see where they are being raised. Your Morkie will bring you years of joy with proper care and attention!

Find Puppies Near You: Enter Your City or State Below

As always, Adopt or Rescue versus paying too much! Please consider adopting or rescuing your next pet from the many Connecticut non-profit organizations below. If you decide adoption or rescue isn’t for you and purchase a puppy from one of the breeders or puppy stores listed below, please do your homework, check reviews, never send money in advance, or meet a stranger alone with cash.  You can be sure to find thousands of rescues, shelters, breeders, and other organizations that will help you in your puppy search. The best part is all of this information is Free.

Contact the Rescues and Animal Shelters below directly for information on adoption and costs.

Dog Star Rescue
PO BOX 721
Canton, CT 06019
adopt@dogstarrescue.org

 

Odies Orchard Hill Rescue
Simsbury, CT 06070
(860) 310-9694
oohrescue@gmail.com

 

Addicus Legacy Dog Rescue
West Hartford, CT 06107
(860) 794-9357
addicuslegacydr@aol.com

 

The Simon Foundation, Inc.
120 Rescue Lane
(formerly 89 W Dudley Town Road)
Bloomfield, CT 06002
(860) 519-1516
adopt@thesimonfoundation.org

 

City of Hartford Animal Shelter
Bloomfield, CT 06002
(860) 214-2408
pizon67@yahoo.com

 

Plainville Animal Control
19 Neal Court
Plainville, CT 06062
(860)-747-1617 X291
weinhofer@plainville-ct.gov

 

Fur-Gotten Tails Animal Rescue
PO Box 778
Plainville, CT 06062
(860) 308-0899
furgottentailsanimalrescue@yahoo.com

 

Rescue Dog Village Guardian, Inc
Bristol, CT 06010
(860)940-3350
villagepeople32@yahoo.com

 

Friends of the Bristol CT Animal Shelter
PO Box 1055
Bristol, CT 06011
(860) 305-0519
friendsbristolanimalshelter@gmail.com

 

Connecticut Humane Society – Newington
701 Russell Road
Newington, CT 06111
800-452-0114
info@cthumane.org

 

City of New Britain CT Animal Control
642 Christian Lane
New Britain, CT 06051
(860) 826-3095
pkeller@newbritainct.gov

 

Furry Friends Foster and Rescue, Inc.
Harwinton, CT 06791
(413) 664-2096
furryfriendsct@yahoo.com

 

Town of Windsor Animal Control
970 Marshall Phelps Rd
Windsor, CT 06095
(860) 688-5273
davis@townofwindsorct.com

 

Bandits Place
East Hartland, CT 06035
860-653-0558
BanditsPlace1@gmail.com

 

East Hartford Animal Control
31 School Street
East Hartford, CT 06108
860-291-7575

 

Best Friends For Life Animal Rescue
Southington, CT 06489
(203) 250-7387
Pigpen389@Cox.net

 

Hidden Treasures Adoption Center
PO Box 322
Berlin, CT 06037
ht-ac@comcast.net

 

Northwest Hills K9 Rescue
Torrington, CT 06790
(860) 459-0767
Northwesthillsk9rescue@yahoo.com

 

Protectors of Animals
144 Main Street Unit O
East Hartford, CT 06118
(860) 569-0722
poaplacement@gmail.com

 

Animal Friends of Connecticut
West Hartford, CT 06137
(860) 827-0381
afoc@afocinc.org

 

Windsor Locks Animal Control
4 Volunteer Drive
Windsor Locks, CT 06096
860-627-1461

 

Hole In One Animal Rescue
Windsor Locks, CT 06096
(860) 808-6397
HoleInOneAnimalRescue@yahoo.com

 

Glastonbury Animal Control
1086 New London Tpke Rear
Glastonbury, CT 06033
860-633-7227

 

Our Companions Animal Rescue
PO Box 956
Manchester, CT 06045
860-242-9999
helpline@ourcompanions.org

 

Pack Leaders Dog Rescue of CT
1026 Tolland St
Manchester, CT 06040
packleadersrescueCT@gmail.com

 

The Queenie Foundation Inc.
Manchester, CT 06040
860.649.4488
queeniefound@hotmail.com

 

Meriden Humane Society
311 Murdock Ave
Meriden, CT 06451
(203) 238-3650
info@meridenhumanesocietyrescue.com

 

New Beginnings and Forever Homes
P.O. Box 45
Meriden, CT 06450
AdoptNBFF@gmail.com

 

Perfect Imperfections
Watertown, CT 06795
(203) 232-1274
trishaperfectimperfections@gmail.com

 

Spotty Dog Rescue, Inc
PO Box 1571
Waterbury, CT 06721
203-441-4260
info@spottydogrescue.org

 

Rose Hope Animal Refuge
Waterbury, CT 06708
(203) 597-1236
patbob@reagan.com

 

MCR – New Preston & West Coast
Bethlehem, CT 06751
(203) 266-5868
jsardo5868@charter.net

 

Little Feet, Big Heart Rescue
Vernon, CT 06066
860-372-6455
lfbhr@yahoo.com

 

Sadie Mae Foundation
Bolton, CT 06043
(860) 865-0492
adoption@sadiemaefoundation.org

 

Little Guild of Saint Francis
285 Sharon Goshen Turnpike
West Cornwall, CT 06796
(860) 672-6346
adopt@littleguild.org

 

Flora’s Pet Project
Naugatuck, CT 06770
(203) 723-6609
floradog2003@yahFlora’s

Animals for Life, Inc.
195 L Rubber Avenue
Naugatuck, CT 06770
(203) 267-6777
contact@animalsforlife.org

 

Foster and Forever Pet Rescue
PO Box 284
Naugatuck, CT 06770
(203) 490-6530
fosterandforever@gmail.com

 

Naugatuck Animal Control
508 Cherry St. Ext.
Naugatuck, CT 06770
203-729-4324
animalcontrol088@naugatuckpd.org

 

Better Days Rescue Fund
PO Box 298
Woodbury, CT 06798
betterdaysrescue@gmail.com

 

REGAP of Connecticut, Inc.
Bethany, CT 06524
(203) 393-1673
info@regapct.com

 

The Animal Haven Inc.
89 Mill Road
North Haven, CT 06473
203-239-2641
theanimalhavenstaff@gmail.com

 

Fix and Feed North Haven Inc
PO Box 253
North Haven, CT 06473
203-772-8528
lisa@fixandfeednorthhaven.org

 

Haddam Dog Control
30 Field Park Drive
Haddam, CT 06438
860-345-8531, ext 218
actanimals@comcast.net

 

East Coast Canine Rescue Inc.
PO Box 203
Pomfret Center, CT 06259
Email: No@no.com

 

Next Stop Forever
45 Old Sawmill Rd
Woodstock, CT 06281
Phone: (860) 974-9159
Email: nextstopforever@aol.com

 

Wings of Freedom Animal Rescue
Griswold, CT 06351
Phone: 8609429871
Email: WOFARinc@gmail.com

 

Ridgefield Operation Animal Rescue (ROAR)
45 South Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Phone: (203) 438-0158
Email: roarshelter@sbcglobal.net

 

Looking Glass Animal Rescue
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Email: adopt@lgarinc.org

 

Rescue Dog Village Guardian, Inc
Preston, CT 06365
Phone: (860) 940-3350
Email: stormyvu@yahoo.com

 

Super Paws Rescue Inc
Southport, CT 06890
Phone: (203) 578-6396
Email: Superpawsrescue@gmail.com

 

Westport Animal Control
50 Jesup Road
Westport, CT 06880
Phone: (203) 341-5076

 

Save Our Strays Inc.
1677 Post Road East
Westport, CT 06880
Phone: (203) 255-0514
Email: Adoptm@aol.com

 

TAILS (The Alliance In Limiting Strays)
PO Box 2277
Westport, CT 06880
Phone: (203) 222-1992
Email: info@tailsct.org

 

Passion 4 Paws
PO Box 791
http://www.passion4paws.org
Dayville, CT 06241
Email: info@passion4paws.org

 

Northeastern Connecticut Council of Governments
125 Putnam Pike
PO Box 759
Dayville, CT 06241
Phone: 860-774-1253
Email: animalcontrol@neccog.com

 

PAWS (Pet Animal Welfare Society)
504 Main Ave
Norwalk, CT 06851
Phone: (203) 750-9572
Email: paws@pawsct.org

 

Animal Nation, Inc
Norwalk, CT 06850
Phone: (203) 962-8684
Email: laurie@animalnation.org

 

STRAYS AND OTHERS
PO Box 473
New Canaan, CT 06840
Phone: 203-966-6556
Email: straysandothers@hotmail.com

 

Red Leash Rescue Inc
Stamford, CT 06907
Phone: (203) 658-7787
Email: redleashrescue2015@gmail.com

 

Project Precious Rescue
PO Box 17307
Stamford, CT 06907
Email: Projectpreciousrescue2@gmail.com

 

Stonington Animal Care & Control
151 Greenhaven Rd.
Town Landfill
Stonington, CT 06379
Phone: 860-599-7566
Email: twescovich@stonington-ct.gov

 

STARelief and Pet Assistance
PO Box 3035
Stamford, CT 06905
Phone: 203-636-0971
Email: care@starelief.org

 

Animals-R-Family
PO Box 2444
Stamford, CT 06906
Email: animalsrfamilyinc@gmail.com

 

Stamford Homeless Pets & OPIN
Stamford, CT 06902
Email: adopt@opinpets.org

 

Stamford Animal Control Center
201 Magee Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902
Phone: (203) 977-4437
Email: TCobb@StamfordCT.gov

 

Garden Rescues, Inc.
119 Research Dr.
Stamford, CT 06902
Phone: (203) 554-2610
Email: info@gardenrescues.net

 
 

 

Morkie Dog Health Care Tips

1.

🐾 Regular grooming is essential for Morkies to prevent mats and tangles in their long, silky coats. Brush them daily and schedule professional grooming appointments every 6-8 weeks. 🛁✂️

2.

🐶 Morkies are prone to dental issues, so establish a daily teeth-brushing routine and provide dental chews or toys to promote oral hygiene and reduce tartar buildup. 🦷🚿

3.

🐕 Maintain a balanced diet for your Morkie by feeding them high-quality dog food appropriate for their size and age. Monitor their weight and adjust portion sizes as needed to prevent obesity. 🥩🥦

4.

🌟 Keep up with your Morkie's veterinary care by scheduling regular check-ups and vaccinations. Discuss preventive measures like flea and tick control, heartworm prevention, and annual bloodwork with your vet. 🩺📋

5.

🦴 Provide your Morkie with plenty of exercise to maintain their physical and mental well-being. Daily walks, play sessions, and interactive toys are essential for keeping them healthy and happy. 🏃‍♂️🐾

6.

🛋️ Create a safe and comfortable environment for your Morkie at home by providing a cozy bed, food and water bowls, toys, and access to a potty area. 🏡🐶

7.

🍖 Avoid feeding your Morkie table scraps or human foods that may be harmful to their health. Stick to a diet consisting of quality dog food and occasional dog-safe treats. 🚫🍗

8.

🏥 Be proactive about your Morkie's health by learning to recognize signs of illness or discomfort. Contact your veterinarian promptly if you notice any changes in behavior, appetite, or energy level. 🚨🩺

9.

🌟 Keep your Morkie's ears clean and dry to prevent infections. Gently wipe them with a damp cloth as needed and avoid inserting cotton swabs or other objects into the ear canal. 👂🧼

10.

🐾 Protect your Morkie's paws from hot pavement, ice, and rough terrain by using paw balm or booties during walks. Trim their nails regularly to prevent overgrowth and discomfort. 🐾👟

11.

🐶 Monitor your Morkie's skin for signs of irritation, allergies, or parasites. Bathe them with a gentle dog shampoo as needed and consult your vet if you notice any concerning changes. 🛁🔍

12.

🌳 Provide your Morkie with access to clean, fresh water at all times to stay hydrated, especially during hot weather or after exercise. 💧🐶

13.

🦴 Incorporate dental treats, chews, or toys into your Morkie's routine to help promote healthy teeth and gums. Consult with your veterinarian for recommendations on dental care products. 🦷🎾

14.

🎉 Celebrate your Morkie's milestones and accomplishments with praise, cuddles, and rewards. Positive reinforcement encourages good behavior and strengthens your bond with your furry friend. 🎉❤️

Morkie Socialization Tips

1.

🏡 Create a positive association with new experiences by introducing your Morkie to different environments, people, and animals at a young age. Use treats, toys, and praise to reinforce good behavior. 🐾😊

2.

🐾 Arrange playdates with other friendly dogs to help your Morkie develop social skills and learn appropriate canine behavior. Supervise interactions closely and intervene if necessary to prevent conflicts. 🐕🤝

3.

🌟 Expose your Morkie to various sounds, sights, and sensations to desensitize them and reduce fear or anxiety in new situations. Gradually increase exposure and reward calm behavior. 🔊🐶

4.

🐶 Enroll your Morkie in puppy training classes or obedience courses to provide structured socialization opportunities and teach essential commands and manners. Look for positive reinforcement-based programs led by experienced trainers. 🎓🐾

5.

🏥 Familiarize your Morkie with veterinary visits from an early age to reduce stress and fear during check-ups and procedures. Bring treats and toys to make the experience positive, and reward calm behavior. 🩺🍖

6.

🌳 Take your Morkie on outings to dog-friendly places like parks, pet stores, and outdoor cafes to expose them to different sights, smells, and social interactions. Always prioritize their safety and well-being. 🌳🐾

7.

🛋️ Invite friends and family members of all ages to interact with your Morkie at home to help them become comfortable around people of different sizes and personalities. Supervise interactions to ensure positive experiences for everyone. 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦🐾

8.

🐾 Use positive reinforcement techniques to reward desired behaviors like greeting strangers politely, walking on a leash without pulling, and responding to commands. Consistency and patience are key to successful socialization. 🍖🐶

9.

🌟 Incorporate daily training sessions into your Morkie's routine to reinforce obedience, improve focus, and build confidence. Keep sessions short, fun, and rewarding to maintain their interest and motivation. 🎾🧠

10.

🦴 Introduce your Morkie to different types of handling, including grooming, nail trimming, and ear cleaning, to help them feel comfortable with routine care tasks. Start slowly and reward calm behavior. 🛁✂️

11.

🐶 Supervise interactions between your Morkie and children to ensure mutual respect and safety. Teach children how to approach and handle dogs gently and respectfully, and monitor their interactions

 closely. 👶🐾

12.

🌳 Encourage positive encounters with strangers by rewarding your Morkie for calm and friendly behavior when meeting new people. Use treats and praise to reinforce polite greetings and interactions. 🤝🍖

13.

🎉 Host puppy parties or playgroups with other Morkie owners to provide socialization opportunities in a controlled and supervised environment. Rotate locations and participants to expose your Morkie to different dogs and people. 🎈🐾

14.

🏡 Create a predictable routine for your Morkie to help them feel secure and confident in their surroundings. Stick to consistent meal times, potty breaks, and training sessions to establish a sense of stability and trust. 🕰️🐾

 

Morkie Dog Facts and Training Tips

1.

🐾 Morkies are a crossbreed between Maltese and Yorkshire Terriers, resulting in adorable, affectionate, and energetic companions. Despite their small size, they have big personalities and love to be the center of attention. 🐶❤️

2.

🌟 Morkies are known for their intelligence and eagerness to please, making them highly trainable dogs. Use positive reinforcement techniques like clicker training to teach them commands and tricks. 🐾👩‍🏫

3.

🐕 Crate training is beneficial for Morkie puppies to provide them with a safe and secure space and aid in housebreaking. Introduce the crate gradually and make it a positive experience with treats and toys. 🏠🐾

4.

🦴 Obedience training is essential for Morkies to ensure they are well-behaved companions. Enroll them in obedience classes or work with a professional trainer to establish good manners and obedience. 🎓🐾

5.

🛁 Potty training a Morkie requires patience and consistency. Establish a regular schedule for bathroom breaks, reward them for going outside, and supervise them closely indoors to prevent accidents. 🚽🐾

6.

🌳 Socialize your Morkie from an early age to help them become well-adjusted and confident dogs. Expose them to various people, animals, environments, and experiences in a positive and controlled manner. 👫🐕

7.

🎾 Engage your Morkie in regular mental and physical exercise to keep them stimulated and prevent boredom and behavioral issues. Activities like walks, play sessions, and puzzle toys are great ways to keep them entertained. 🏃‍♂️🧠

8.

🐾 Morkies may inherit characteristics from both parent breeds, including a silky coat that requires regular grooming to prevent mats and tangles. Brush them daily and schedule professional grooming appointments as needed. 🛁✂️

9.

🏥 Regular veterinary check-ups are crucial for monitoring your Morkie's health and detecting any potential issues early. Discuss preventive care measures like vaccinations, parasite control, and dental hygiene with your vet. 🩺📋

10.

🍖 Provide your Morkie with a balanced diet consisting of high-quality dog food formulated for small breeds. Avoid overfeeding and monitor their weight to prevent obesity-related health problems. 🥩🐾

11.

🌟 Morkies thrive on positive reinforcement and praise, so be sure to reward good behavior with treats, toys, and verbal cues. Consistency and patience are key to successful training sessions. 🎉🐾

12.

🐶 Morkies may have a strong prey drive inherited from their Terrier ancestry, so supervise them closely around smaller pets like cats or rodents. Proper socialization and training can help minimize this behavior. 🐭🐾

13.

🛋️ Provide your Morkie with plenty of toys and activities to keep them mentally stimulated and prevent boredom. Interactive toys, puzzle games, and daily walks are great ways to keep them engaged and happy. 🧩🐾

14.

🚗 Gradually introduce your Morkie to car rides by starting with short trips to fun destinations like parks or pet stores. Use positive reinforcement and treats to create positive associations with travel. 🚗🐾

Morkie Pet Adoption Tips

1.

🏡 Research reputable breeders or shelters when considering a Morkie adoption. Prices can vary depending on factors like lineage and location, with Morkies typically ranging from $500 to $2500. 💰🐶

2.

🐾 Consider adopting an adult Morkie from a rescue or shelter. Adult dogs often come with established personalities and may be easier to integrate into your home. 🐕❤️

3.

🌟 Compare the costs and benefits of adopting from a breeder versus a rescue or shelter. While breeders may offer more predictability in terms of breed characteristics, rescues often have lower adoption fees and provide valuable support services. 🛒🐾

4.

🦴 Prepare your home for a Morkie's arrival by puppy-proofing living spaces, setting up a designated sleeping area, and stocking up on essential supplies like food, toys, and grooming tools. 🏠🐶

5.

🛁 Research Morkie breed traits and characteristics to ensure they align with your lifestyle and preferences. Consider factors like exercise needs, grooming requirements, and temperament. 📚🐾

6.

🐶 Schedule a meet-and-greet with potential Morkie adoptees to assess compatibility and bond with your new furry friend. Pay attention to their behavior, energy level, and interaction with family members. 🤝🐾

7.

🌳 Be prepared for the commitment of owning a Morkie, including regular grooming, training, veterinary care, and socialization. Ensure you have the time, resources, and dedication to provide a loving and stable home. ⏰💼

8.

🍖 Invest in high-quality dog food suitable for small breeds like Morkies. Consult with your veterinarian to determine the best diet for your Morkie's age, size, and activity level. 🥩🐾

9.

🏥 Schedule a veterinary check-up soon after adopting your Morkie to address any health concerns, update vaccinations, and discuss preventive care measures like flea and tick prevention and dental hygiene. 🩺📋

10.

🚗 Gradually introduce your Morkie to car rides by starting with short trips to fun destinations like parks or pet stores. Use positive reinforcement and treats to create positive associations with travel. 🚗🐾

11.

🐾 Socialize your Morkie early and often to ensure they grow up to be well-adjusted and friendly companions. Expose them to different people, animals, environments, and experiences in a positive and controlled manner. 🌟🐶

12.

🐶 Provide your Morkie with regular exercise and mental stimulation to keep them happy and healthy. Daily walks, play sessions, and interactive toys are essential for their physical and mental well-being. 🐾🎾

13.

🛋️ Create a comfortable and safe space for your Morkie at home, complete with a cozy bed, food and water bowls, toys, and access to a potty area. 🏡🐶

14.

🌟 Show your Morkie plenty of love, attention, and affection to strengthen your bond and build trust. Spend quality time together, engage in fun activities, and reward good behavior with treats and praise. ❤️🐾

 

Some Connecticut cities we plan to include Puppies For Sale and Rescue Organizations are listed below.

Bridgeport, CT
New Haven, CT
Hartford, CT
Stamford, CT
Waterbury, CT
Norwalk, CT
Danbury, CT
New Britain, CT
West Hartford, CT
Meriden, CT
Bristol, CT
West Haven, CT
Stratford, CT
East Hartford, CT
Milford, CT
Middletown, CT
Norwich, CT
Shelton, CT
Torrington, CT
Trumbull, CT
Naugatuck, CT
Newington, CT
Manchester, CT
East Haven, CT
New London, CT
Wethersfield, CT
Westport, CT
North Haven, CT
Darien, CT
Ansonia, CT
Wallingford Center, CT
Willimantic, CT
Storrs, CT
Orange, CT
Greenwich, CT
Derby, CT
Windsor Locks, CT
Conning Towers Nautilus Park, CT
Groton, CT
Bethel, CT
Oakville, CT
Thompsonville, CT
Kensington, CT
Riverside, CT