Since yorkiepoos are a mixed breed of Yorkshire terrier and poodle, yorkiepoos are available at rescues that specialize in either of those breeds, such as Yorkshire Terrier National Rescue. Although the dogs themselves are free, rescue organizations typically require reimbursement for veterinary care.
The Petfinder service provides online searches for dogs in regional rescue organizations and is a good starting point to search for adoptable dogs. Poo-Mix Rescue is a more specialized search site, providing information only on dogs that are some combination of poodle.
Veterinary fees to be reimbursed usually include a current check-up and heart worm test, annual shots, spaying or neutering, and any additional care that the dog received upon entering the rescue. Some rescue groups also place microchips, a device that allows vets and shelters to find a dog's home in case the dog is lost.