DBR , IDCR
||Pomchi, Pom-Chi, Chipom, Chi-Pom, Chi Pom, Chiapom, Pomahuahua, Chimeranian, Pomachi, Pom-A-Chi
Caring for a Chiranian
Feeding: The Chiranian being a very small dog does very well with free-feeding. Small dogs typically need food more often to get enough nutrients and keep their blood sugar level.
Living with a Chiranian
Personality: The Chiranian is a very sweet, loving dog.
Temperament: The temperament of the Chiranian may vary. They are generally good-natured, affectionate, protective dogs that enjoy being close to their family. They are very courageous which makes them a great watchdog. Chiranians seem to love everyone they meet.
Family Dog: The Chiranian gets along well with other dogs and cats.
Shedding: The Chiranian shed very little and is a seasonal shedder.
Grooming: The Chiranian requires frequent brushing to keep the skin and coat healthy.
Training: The Chiranian may be a bit stubborn but is typically eager to please its owner which makes them very responsive to training.
Behavior: The Chiranian is full of energy and loves to play with people and toys. They love fetch and tug-o-war. They do love people and may tend to follow you anywhere you go.
Barking: The Chiranian likes to bark when people come to the door.
Weather: The Chiranian should not be kept outside in extreme weather conditions especially cold weather.
Exercise: The Chiranian can get sufficient exercise indoors, but they would love a walk or outdoor romp in a fenced in area.
Physical Ability: Being so small the Chiranian may need to have doggie steps to get onto the bed or other furniture.
Living Conditions: The Chiranian is well suited for indoor or apartment living.
Appearance: The Chiranian has a distinctly round head, tapering muzzle, large, round eyes and moderately sized, erect ears. Their long body and short limbs can be covered in a short to very long coat.
Size: A fully-grown Chiranian is between 6 to 9 inches tall and weighs between 2 to 10 pounds.
Eyes: The Chiranian has black eyes.
Ears: The Chiranian has pointed ears.
Tail: The tail of the Chiranian is curled.
Color: The coat of a Chiranian can be brown, gray, gray-blue, red-beige or tan.
Coat: The Chiranian has a very soft, short coat.
Life Expectancy: The life expectancy of the Chiranian is 10+ years.
Characteristics: The Chiranian is a loyal and affectionate dog who loves to run very fast and can dart here and there very quickly.
Health: Hybrids my suffer from any of the health conditions that affect either of the parent breeds. There are currently no known health issues specifically associated with the Chiranian.
Litter Size: The Chiranian can have a litter size ranging from 2 to 8 pups.
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