Morkie Puppies For Sale in Tennessee

Julia Schklar – Morkie Puppies
Location: Springfield, TN, United States
Telephone: 615-944-3437

Katherine Grayson Moree – Morkie Puppies
Location: Sweetwater, TN, United States
Telephone: 423-442-9996

Brummel’s Country Charm – Morkie Puppies
Location: Sevierville, TN, United States
Telephone: 865-250-3127

Yorkie, Dog, Cute, Terrier, Yorki

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The following Tennessee Rescues below are listed to help you in your search for that perfect puppy or dog.

Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary
P.O. Box 2482
Hendersonville, TN 37077

Red Rover Pet Svc LLC (formerly Sylvan Bark Poodle Rescue)
Nashville, TN 37209

Tennessee Hollow
Nashville, TN 37216

Humane Society of Sumner County
16 Volunteer Dr.
P.O. Box 2412
Hendersonville, TN 37075
(615) 822-0061

Dakota and Casey Rescue Inc.
Hendersonville, TN 37075

Cheatham County Animal Control Shelter
2797 Sams Creek Road
Pegram, TN 37143
(615) 792-3647

Cheatham County Animal Awareness Foundation
PO Box 361
Pegram, TN 37143

Doodlebug Manor
Nashville, TN 37224

Last Chance Pet Rescue, Inc
PO Box 118
White Bluff, TN 37187
(615) 797-9716

Agape Animal Rescue
P.O. Box 292766
Nashville, TN 37229
(615) 406-7799

Adopt A Golden Nashville
Nashville, TN 37213
(615) 496-7297

Camp Chaos 37206
Nashville, TN 37206

East CAN (Community Action Network)
Nashville, TN 37206

Schnauzer Love Rescue, Inc.
Nashville, TN 37203

Crossroads Campus
707 Monroe
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 712-9758

Desperate House Cats
Davidson Road
Nashville, TN 37205

Stewart County Faithful Friends Animal Rescue
Indian Mound, TN 37079

Sagley’s Biker Bully Farm
Indian Mound, TN 37079

Bonaparte’s Retreat
P.O. Box 150232
Nashville, TN 37215

Noah’s Ark Society
Nashville, TN 37215

Nashville, TN 37215

Kimbers Kritters Dog Rescue
Nashville, TN 37204

The Cat Shoppe
2824 Bransford Ave
Nashville, TN 37204

IMPS – Internet Miniature Pinscher Service, Inc. – TN region
Nashville, TN 37214

Nashville Cat Rescue
P.O. Box 140898
Nashville, TN 37214
e-mail only

Pet Community Center
PO Box 148846
Nashville, TN 37214
(615) 512-5001

Safe Place for Animals (SPA)
905 Mallard Drive
Gallatin, TN 37066

Clover for Rover Animal Rescue and Sanctuary
Gallatin, TN 37066

Sumner County Sheriff’s Office Animal Control Div
1033 Union School Road
Gallatin, TN 37066

Volunteer Equine Advocates
Gallatin, TN 37066

JoJo’s DogHouse
Gallatin, TN 37066

Lucky Farms Animal Rescue
Gallatin, TN 37066
(615) 500-9751

Southern Style Great Dane Rescue
Gallatin, TN 37066

Zen Animal Rescue
Gallatin, TN 37066
(615) 222-2222

Dogingham Palace Rescue
Hermitage, TN 37076

Humane Society of Dickson County
410 Eno Road
Dickson, TN 37055

Animal Control of Dickson TN
100 Virgil Bellar Drive
Dickson, TN 37055

Metro Animal Care and Control
5125 Harding Place
Nashville, TN 37211
(615) 862-7928

Silver Rescue
Nashville, TN 37211

The Purr Factory
Nashville, TN 37211
(615) 331-9274

Kimbers Kritters, Parrot & Exotic Animal Rescue
PO Box 41401
Nashville, TN 37211
Email please for application

SPCA of Tennessee
P.O. Box 1014
Brentwood, TN 37211
(615) 354-3531

Puurrrfect Paws Rescue
Nashville, TN 37211
(615) 689-5036

Hickory Hill Farm
PO BOX 1454
Mount Juliet, TN 37121

Music City Animal Rescue
Nashville, TN 37217
(615) 485-4452

Nashville PITTIE
Antioch, TN 37013

Paws Angels Dog Rescue
Antioch, TN 37013

Humane Society of Dover – Stewart County
Dover, TN 37058

Life House Animal Refuge And Rehabilitation
Mount Juliet, TN 37122
(615) 310-5996

Mt. Juliet Animal Control
115 Industrial Dr.
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
(615) 773-5533

Williamson County Animal Center
106 Claude Yates Dr
Franklin, TN 37064
(615) 790-5590

Westie Rescue of Tennessee & Westie Rescue of Alabama
Franklin, TN 37064

Must Love Danes
Franklin, TN 37064

Animal Support and Placement Rescue
Franklin, TN 37064

Rural Animal Rescue Effort – RARE
Franklin, TN 37064
(615) 330-4769

Calavar Farm Animal Rescue
Franklin, TN 37064

Animal Relief Fund
Franklin, TN 37067

Heaven Can Wait Animal Rescue and Sanctuary
Franklin, TN 37068

Critter Cavalry Rescue
Franklin, TN 37069
(615) 661-5333

Clover Patch Sanctuary
Franklin, TN 37069
PO Box 1007
Franklin, TN 37964

Project Felix
PO Box 861
Nolensville, TN 37135

New Leash on Life
PO BOX 247
507 Jim Draper Blvd.
Lebanon, TN 37087
(615) 444-1144

Country K-9 Rescue
116 Rocky Road
Lebanon, TN 37087

Freetown Farm Sanctuary, LLC
Lebanon, TN 37087

Wilson County Animal Control
378 Dump Road
P.O. Box 584
Lebanon, TN 37087
(615) 444-9775

City of Lebanon Animal Control
Lebanon, TN 37087
(615) 566-4764

Snooty Giggles Dog Rescue
Thompson’s Station, TN 37179

Sunshine Bridge Animal Rescue
Brentwood , TN 37027
(615) 663-4714

Husky Haven Rescue
Lyles, TN 37098
(931) 623-1266

Macon County Animal Control
528 Learly Lane
Lafayette , TN 37083
(615) 388-8956

Rutherford County Cat Rescue
PO Box 11824
Murfreesboro, TN 37129

All Aboard Animal Rescue
Eagleville, TN 37060

Halos Second Chance Animal Rescue
Murfreesboro, TN 37128
(615) 556-6138

Rutherford County P.A.W.S.
285 John Rice Blvd
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
(615) 898-7740

JK Rescue
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
(615) 904-8776

Bunny Rescue
Columbia, TN 38401
(615) 260-3808

Russell Rescue, Inc.
Columbia, TN 38401


Some of the Tennessee, TN Cities that we plan to include Puppies For Sale and Rescue Organizations are listed below.

If you are located in this state and would like to be listed in our Breeder and Rescue Directory please contact us for more information.

Memphis, TN
Nashville, TN
Knoxville, TN
Chattanooga, TN
Clarksville, TN
Murfreesboro, TN
Jackson, TN
Johnson City, TN
Kingsport, TN
Franklin, TN
Hendersonville, TN
Bartlett, TN
Germantown, TN
Cleveland, TN
Columbia, TN
Collierville, TN
Oak Ridge, TN
Smyrna, TN
Morristown, TN
Bristol, TN
Cookeville, TN
Brentwood, TN
Gallatin, TN
Maryville, TN
East Ridge, TN
Lebanon, TN
La Vergne, TN
Tullahoma, TN
Farragut, TN
Dyersburg, TN
Shelbyville, TN
Greeneville, TN
Springfield, TN
East Brainerd, TN
Goodlettsville, TN
Elizabethton, TN
Athens, TN
McMinnville, TN
Red Bank, TN
Dickson, TN
Mount Juliet, TN
Sevierville, TN
Middle Valley, TN
Soddy-Daisy, TN




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24 Things You Didn’t Know About Morkies: Frequently Asked Questions about the Morkie

Frequently asked questions about the Morkie dog breed. Here you will find 24 Things you didn’t know about Morkies. Over 24 questions and answers about this wonderful dog breed.

1. How Big Do Morkies Get?

Morkies can be as small as 3 lbs and as large as 15 lbs. How big your Morkie gets will be a direct result of it’s parents, grandparents and genetics. Many breeders and pet stores tend to underestimate the size to help sell a puppy quicker. It’s best to be able to see parents in person so that you can see if that’s how big you want your Morkie to be as an adult.


2. What Health Issues Do Morkies Have?

Morkies are typically a healthy breed. They need to be spayed or neutered and vaccinated against parasites and bacterial infections like rabies and parvo. However, there are some Morkie health issues that you need to watch out for. Below is a list of things that you should be aware of when caring for Morkies. Most Common Morkie health Issues and Problems
Hypoglycemia in Yorkies, Legg-Perthes Disease, Retinal Dysplasia, Cataracts, Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Luxating Patella, Collapsed Trachea, Portosystemic Shunt, Skin Allergies, Pancreatitis, Hemorrhagic Gastroenteritis, Jaw & Dental Issues.


3. Why Does My Morkie Have Tear Stains?

Before applying the following technique be sure to contact your local veterinarian and make sure he agrees with this product. Tear stains are not uncommon in Morkies and they usually can be fixed by the use of a mild detergent and/or a mild chemical scabicide shampoo. If the stains are too difficult to remove you can try applying a dilute solution of OxyClean™ directly to the stains. OxyClean™ is a proprietary detergent with powerful cleaning properties. Apply directly to the stain and then gently blot. Be sure to thoroughly dry the area after each use. You may also wish to try a mild bleaching agent such as Mr. Clean™ to remove the stains. Always follow directions when using any home-cleaning products on a pet.


4. Why Is My Morkie Shaking?

There is a number of reasons your Morkie might be shaking.

1a. There is a possibility the dog may be a little tense or anxious, especially if they have seen someone (like you) coming home.

2b. There is a possibility your Morkie may be having separation anxiety, especially if they have been left alone too long.

3c. There is a possibility the dog may be excited, a little nervous, or even excited to see you again! (For a tired dog, they might shake to relieve themselves as well as to show excitement.)

4d. There is a possibility the dog may be anxious.

5e. There is a possibility the dog has just woken up! They may have woken up from a deep sleep, and may not be able to move and may have a hard time finding their tail!

6f. They also may be sleepy because it is time for them to go out!


5. How Do I Stop My Morkie From Eating Their Poop?

Every dog owner has had those heartbreaking moments where their dog decides to eat the poop they have left in their back yard. Dogs don’t get sick or fat from eating their poop. Dog poop is made up of mineral deposits from the ground and decaying plant matter that dogs help digest with their stomach acid. If dogs do eat their own poop and get sick, it usually happens when a dog is stressed or bored which make their body hold on to the poop for longer than they should. Morkies are strong, playful, and naturally curious so a dog that has a lot of personality may be tempted to eat their poop. It can sometimes happen accidentally when your Morkie walks into a pile of poop while you are not watching.


6. What Type of Temperament Does a Morkie Have?

The Morkie is an active and friendly dog with a good temperament. They need lots of physical exercise, they will also need a good amount of mental stimulation. Since Morkie’s are a designer breed that comes about from breeding full blood Maltese and Yorkshire Terrier it’s safe to say that the temperament of your Morkie will have lots to do with the personality of it’s parents and the amount of socialization the puppy is given from birth to the time that you get it. It’s extremely important that you as the new owner continue to socialize and love on your new puppy. Being around other people and animals within your household is equally important. Be sure all animals are vaccinated properly and dewormed according to your vet’s instructions.


7. How Do You Take Care Of a Morkie?

If you have never owned a Morkie or other dog it’s important to read online or purchase books about how to care for young puppies or dogs depending on what age your Morkie is. Taking care of a Morkie is much like taking care of any other small breed dog.


8. Do you have to exercise a Morkie often?

Morkie’s do require exercise but only as much as smaller dog breeds. Once a day plus room to run within your apartment or home is a must. It’s ideal if you have a fenced yard to allow your Morkie freedom to play without being at risk from other dogs or animals.


9. How Do You Train a Morkie?

Training a Morkie can be difficult if your not consistant with your training. Whether your crate training or outside potty training it’s important to set daily times for going outside to potty. Rewards are a great idea for each time your puppy goes where and when it’s supposed to.


10. How Do You Groom a Morkie?

Frequent brushing and combing of your Morkie’s coat is not only suggested but required if you don’t want to deal with matting and tangles. Another option is taking your dog to the groomer and getting a short haircut, then grooming isn’t required for awhile.


11. How Much Exercise Does a Morkie Need?

One of the most asked questions on your web page is about how much exercise a Morkie needs. Morkies need moderate exercise. They are highly active dogs. However, if you are a young person, there is no need to exercise your dog at all. He has plenty of energy to expend. Even for those who are elderly or have health conditions, you can exercise your dog safely in your own home. Why Do Morkies Have a Flat Face? How do you know your Morkie has a flat face? The upper half of a Morkie’s head is flat. The area of his face directly under his eyes is slightly upturned. This feature is known as the sit-stay nose. How can I train my Morkie to “sit stay?” When you give your dog a treat, throw it some place that he cannot reach. When he sits, wait until he gets the treat.


12. How Many Puppies Can a Morkie Have?

Puppies/babies are not common. Most Morkie puppies are born between 10 – 13 weeks of age. This is also when most adult Morkies are sold. Is the Morkie a “Dachshund in a Dog Coat?” It’s more like a Morkie in a human coat. What Breed or Variation Is the Morkie? The most popular variety of Morkie is called the Miniature Morkie or Mackerel Morkie, but there are many more. Some are quite similar to the Shih Tzu or Pomeranian. What Kind of Environment Do Morkies Need? Most of the popular Morkie varieties are well suited to households with smaller children. They do not need too much activity. They can live indoors and also well-maintained backyard environments. Some enjoy going outside to play. Where do Morkies Come From? The breed is one of the most popular dog breeds today.

13. Do Morkies Get Along Well With Children?

Yes, they are very friendly and can be an excellent family pet, and are not difficult to train. They have a very lively and playful nature and love human contact. Their easy-going nature makes them fantastic for children. Can I Have a Morkie as a Pet? At the time of this posting, you can’t currently have a Morkie as a pet. Do Morkies Get Along Well With Other Pets? Morkies are friendly dogs, but can be protective, especially if their owners are away. If they do not get along well with other pets, they are best suited for being an only dog.


14. Are Morkies Hypoallergenic?

According to Healthline, “the Morkie, like all dobermans, is very much non-shedding, so it does not shed much fur.” According to the Canine Health Foundation website: “Although many humans report that they’ve been allergic to certain breeds of dogs, recent studies have shown that this is not the case. This is because our immune systems have evolved to cope with the different environments in which we live. Many of the breed-specific allergies occur because dogs we had in the past are in our immune memory banks, along with their likely allergens. We may still react to them and have symptoms. For example, if you had a reaction to your dog when you were a child, or you have had a recurring allergy, you will react to your dog if it is similar to that dog.


15. How Much Does a Morkie Cost?

Morkies cost between $100 to $1000 or more. If purchased from a rescue you can expect to pay $100 or less. If you buy from a pet store or breeder prices will start at $300 and can go to $1000 or more.


16. Are Morkies Aggressive?

Yes. They can be very aggressive, but they will get better with maturity and training. In most cases, their aggression is only towards other dogs, so they should not be aggressive with humans. You can never force a Morkie to play or interact with another dog, because they are generally very timid and want to be left alone. If you are in a group of dogs and one tries to play, it is important to keep the Morkie as close as possible to you and not let him get to close to the other dogs. If you have an aggressive Morkie, you need to take him to a dog trainer for him to be able to learn to tolerate other dogs. In many cases, this training will take place while the dog is living with you. What is the Difference between the “Morkie” and “Pomeranian” Pomeranians are the same thing as the Morkie.


17. What Is The Morkie Lifespan?

The average life span of the Morkie is 8 to 12 years. Most health problems of the Morkie dog are caused by certain conditions in the dog’s body. These conditions are inherited. Many Morkies live into their teens and even 20 years of age.


18. Are Morkies prone to skin allergies?

Not usually. As in most other dog breeds, it’s possible for a Morkie to be affected with skin allergies. The vast majority of them are, however, completely immune to the common reactions to these. They are not, for example, susceptible to contact dermatitis as a consequence of their keen nose. In fact, their sense of smell is so acute that they are able to detect a bee sting before their owners can and sometimes even to be able to smell the sting from a distance of over a metre. The second reason for their lack of allergy is the fact that Morkies have an “inborn resistance to allergic reactions” because they have a “high sensitivity to the underlying histamine”, according to the FAQs. They are also less prone to this response than most other dogs.


19. Are Morkies good with other dogs?

Some Morkies are shy and will not even let other dogs get near their neck, chest or face. Others will sometimes play, roll over on their back and let another dog ride them like a pony. Some Morkies are big and will need room to roam around; others are small and will be happy on a leash.


20. Are Morkies good with cats?

Most Morkies are good with other dogs. They are very affectionate and love to give and receive pats. However, there are some Morkies that are too energetic to be around cats. If you own a cat, you should keep your Morkie around other animals to avoid any problems. They are also good with cats and dogs that are young.


21. Are Morkies good with other pets?

Morkies are very social and affectionate with humans, other dogs, and with children. Because of their affectionate nature, they are great companions for children who are a bit older and are highly likely to adjust well to an older dog. In fact, they are known to be very affectionate with other dogs and especially with puppies, which makes them a good dog for families with kids.


22. Why Is My Morkie Sneezing A lot?

Your dog could have allergies or might have smelled flowers or grass outside. Some perfumes and candles and make a dog sneeze too.


23. Why Is My Morkie Is Itching All The Time?

If your Morkie is itching all the time it could have scabies, fleas or ticks. Your Veterinarian can provide treatment according to what the problem is. Often a microscope is required to see. It’s definitely important to have it checked out because you definitely don’t want scabies, fleas or ticks on you.


24. Why Is My Morkie Puppy Is Leaking Pee?

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