Peka-A-West

Breed Rating


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family friendly:
Dog friendly:
Watch/guard dog:
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Breed Attributes

General

Breed group: Toy    Type: Hybrid    Talent:

Physical

Size: Small     Weight: 10-20 lbs     Fur length: Long    Ears: Flappy    Fur type: Straight    Fur Color: Black & Brown, Merle / Spotted / Brindle / Speckled, White / Cream

ATTRIBUTES

Life Expectancy: About 10-17 years    Rarity: Uncommon    Availability: Hard to find    Climate: Good for every climate.

Breed Details

General

The Peka-A-West breed is a mixed breed from half West Highland White Terrier and half Pekingese breeds. They are loving creatures. They make great watchdogs despite their not so big size. Regular play and exercise with humans with good leadership skills will keep this dog happy and balanced.

Color

This breed's color can sometimes come in Black/Brown or in solid White.

Coat

Their long straight coats need brushing and combing everyday to keep them tangle-free and beautiful. Bathing and dry shampooing should be done as needed.

Personality

They Peka-A-Wests are very loving in nature which makes them a joy to own. They are smart and eager to please their owners which makes training easier with great leadership skills of the humans around them.

Care

The breed needs grooming to keep them healthy, good-looking and hygienic. Keep their eyes and face clean to avoid staining especially for the light coated Peka-A-Wests.

Training

This breed needs a patient, firm and consistent owner to train him in a gentle and non-harsh way. They tend to take over the pack leader so make sure that they do not. Humans around him should know how to display firm, confident, consistent, leadership skills or it could lead to behavioral problems in the future.

Activity

The Peka-A-West requires to have walks daily. They enjoy playing as well but walks are so much more important to consume their energy as well as to satisfy their primal instinct to walk. Behavioral problems could result when they do not fulfill their daily walks.

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