Peke-A-Pap

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Breed Attributes

General

Breed group:     Type: Hybrid    Talent:

Physical

Size: Small     Weight: 7-17 lbs     Fur length: Long    Ears: Flappy    Fur type: Straight    Fur Color: 3 Colors, Black & White, Brown & White, White / Cream

ATTRIBUTES

Life Expectancy: About 10-16 years    Rarity: Uncommon    Availability: Hard to find    Climate: Good for every climate.

Breed Details

General

The Peke-A-Pap breed is a hybrid, also known as designer breed, developed from the Papillon and the Pekingese breeds. They are smart, loyal and protective dogs in nature. If they are kept happy and balanced, they make great family dogs.

Color

The Peke-A-Pap's coat color may vary depending on their predecessor's. It can come in all colors.

Coat

The breed's coat are long and straight. Daily combing and brushing of their long coats is very important to keep them looking healthy and beautiful.

Personality

The Peke-A-Pap are known to be very intelligent, loyal and protective dogs. With proper exercise and training, they can be balanced and happy dogs.

Care

The Peke-A-Pap breed, as a hybrid, has the possibility to inherit it's predecessor's health issues. Either we look at health issues encountered by their parents themselves or look-up their ancestral breeds. Bathe and dry shampoo regularly. Their face and eyes need to be cleaned everyday to avoid matting and staining. Their paws should be checked after walks to ensure they are clean from any debris.

Training

This breed can be trained to perform tricks but as a small dog, they can sometimes be difficult to housebreak. With proper exercise, and being the dog's firm, consistent pack leader, with rules and limits, they can be trusted with children.

Activity

The Peke-A-Paps need their daily walks as to satisfy their primal instinct to walk and sniff around. Do not allow these dogs to take over the house as they have the tendency to develop Small Dog Syndrome which could result to behavioral problems.

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