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Zuchon Breed Information

Zuchon

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: BichonTzu, Shihchon, Shih-Chon, Shi-Chon, Shichon, Teddy Bear, Rag Doll
   
Mispellings: Schion, Shishon, Shichion, Teddybear, Zhuchon, Zochon
   
 

Living with a Zuchon

Family Dog: The Zuchon makes a great family dog.

Grooming: The Zuchon needs to be groomed often. Taking them to a professional groomer is a good idea.

Behavior: The Zuchon is a very social, spunky, lively, loyal dog.

Barking: The Zuchon may bark when left alone as they are very social and don't like to be left alone for very long.

Exercise: The Zuchon requires a low to moderate amount of exercise daily depending on the dog.

Zuchon Appearance

Appearance: The Zuchon has a small, fluffy appearance much like a stuffed Teddy Bear.

Companionship: The Zuchon makes a very loyal companion dog.

Color: The coat of the Zuchon can come in a wide variety of colors including gold and black.

Coat: The coat of the Zuchon is very soft and fluffy.

Zuchon Facts

Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Zuchon is around 12 years.

Zuchon Health

Eye Health: The Zuchon can have problems with their tear ducts which can usually be easily fixed.

Zuchon History

History: The Zuchon is a fairly new mix which was first bred for their teddy bear appearance.


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