Caring for a Schip-A-Pom
Feeding: Requires very small portions of food due to his size.
Living with a Schip-A-Pom
Personality: Very playful and loving.
Temperament: Like to talk back.
Shedding: Shed in the Winter and Summer.
Grooming: Brushing only
Training: Easy to train
Behavior: Very smart, curious, loving, scared of loud noises (thunder &fireworks)
Barking: Very vocal.
Weather: Tend to get over heated in the Summer.
Exercise: Very active but does not require much space due to his size.
Living Conditions: Do not require large spaces.
Appearance: Small, 10 inches tall, 7.5 pounds
Size: Toy size
Companionship: Very attached to his owner.
Nose: black and small
Eyes: Very clear
Ears: Excellent hearing
Teeth/Bite: Small teeth/under bite.
Neck: Tend to be prone to collapsed trachea's.
Body: Slender with a broad chest.
Feet: Easy to care for and only requires nail trim.
Tail: Curls up
Color: Black with white chest and tips of toes.
Coat: Fluffy and medium length with soft under coat (does not requiregrooming just brushing)
Characteristics: Sneaky, affectionate, protective.
Skin Health: Tend to gets a bit dry around the tail.
Eye Health: Requires eyes to be cleaned daily.
Ear Health: Excellent and clean.
Dental Health: Tarter buildup easily due to very tiny teeth .
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