DBR , IDCR
||Papatzu, Papitzu, Papaszu
Caring for a Papastzu
Feeding: Papastzus should be fed at least two times a day.
Living with a Papastzu
Personality: Papastzus have a great personality.
Temperament: Papastzus are very laid back, sweet and playful dogs.
Family Dog: Papastzus make good family pets. They get along with people and other dogs.
Shedding: Papastzus are small dogs weighing around 1.5 pounds at 10 weeks old.
Training: Papastzus do fairly well in training and seem to catch on quickly.
Barking: Papastzus may bark but not too often.
Nose: The nose of a Papastzu is black in color.
Eyes: Papastzu have black eyes.
Ears: Papastzus have ears that are down like a Shih Tzu.
Muzzle: Papastzus have a short muzzle like that of a Shih Tzu.
Teeth/Bite: Papastzus may have a slight underbite.
Neck: Papastzus have a relatively short neck.
Tail: The tail of a Papastzu is long and curls up at the end.
Color: Papastzus can be black and white.
Characteristics: Papastzus are very curious dogs.
Health: Papastzus are generally healthy dogs. They may have a condition where crystals form in their urine. This is usually controlled by feeding them prescription food.
Dental Health: Papastzus have good dental health. They generally have straight teeth without tarter problems. Like all dogs, a Papastzu's teeth should be brushed regularly to ensure superb dental health.
Litter Size: Papastzus may have around 5 puppies in a litter.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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