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Bospin Breed Information

Bospin

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Caring for a Bospin

Feeding: The Bospin doesn't require large amounts of food. They do fine if fed only once a day.

Living with a Bospin

Personality: The Bospin is a friendly, bouncy, silly dog who loves human companionship.

Temperament: The Bospin can be excitable at times and lazy at others, overall they are even tempered.

Shedding: The Bospin does shed short hairs year round. The short hairs make it seem minimal.

Grooming: The coat of the Bospin requires little grooming.

Training: The Bospin can be easily trained.

Behavior: The Bospin is an easily excitable, loving, cuddly dog.

Barking: The Bospin barks very rarely.

Weather: Bospins typically don't enjoy the rain, but will walk in it if they don't have a coat. They are definitely not big fans of snow and ice.

Exercise: The Bospin doesn't demand a lot of activity, but will be active if it's available or they can just be lazy.

Physical Ability: Some Bospins may be excellent agility dogs, most can be excellent runners and most can be taught to retrieve.

Living Conditions: The Bospin can adapt to any living environment.

Bospin Appearance

Size: The average size of the Bospin is 10 to 15 pounds with males being larger than females.

Companionship: The Bospin is very much a companion dog. They will play or cuddle and just want to be with people.

Head: The Bospin has a mesocephalic head.

Nose: The Bospin has a long but not narrow nose.

Eyes: The Bospin's eyes are brown in color.

Ears: The Bospin has over sized and upright ears.

Muzzle: The muzzle of the Bospin is very small.

Teeth/Bite: The Bospin has an even bite.

Neck: The neck of the Bospin is not very broad.

Body: The Bospin has a petite, dainty body.

Forequarters: The front legs of the Bospin are slender.

Hindquarters: The hindquarters of the Bospin are slender and level with the body.

Gait: The Bospin has a happy, bouncing, fast gait.

Feet: The Bospin has small feet with black pads and nails.

Tail: The tail of the Bospin is typically docked.

Color: The coat of the Bospin is Brindle in color.

Coat: The Bospin has a soft, short coat.

Bospin Facts

Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Bospin is 15 years.

Bospin Health

Health: The Bospin has extremely good health.

Skin Health: The Bospin has no major skin issues.

Eye Health: The Bospin's eyes can be a bit watery at times but overall they are very healthy.

Dental Health: The Bospin has no extreme dental problems.

Litter Size: The average litter size of the Bospin is 5 pups.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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