Living with a Bossi-Poo
Personality: The Bossi-Poo is an excellent, fun loving and agile dog.
Temperament: The Bossi-Poo is an excitable yet docile dog.
Shedding: Bossi-Poos are very low to no shedding dogs.
Grooming: The coat of the Bossi-Poo needs to be clipped occasionally.
Training: The Bossi-Poo is an intelligent dog who needs to be trained due to their high energy level and intelligence.
Behavior: The Bossi-Poo is a loyal and loving dog. They have a tendency to be practical jokers at times.
Barking: The Bossi-Poo typically barks only as a warning.
Weather: The Bossi-Poo prefers to be indoors except when exercised.
Exercise: The Bossi-Poo needs a lot of running and playing time as they are high energy dogs.
Physical Ability: The Bossi-Poo is a very agile dog that can do pretty much anything. They love to swim and hunt for rodents.
Appearance: The Bossi-Poo has a loose, curley coat with an adorable face.
Size: The average Bossi-Poo weighs between 20 to 25 pounds when fully grown.
Companionship: The Bossi-Poo makes a wonderful companion dog.
Body: The body of the Bossi-Poo has muscular build.
Tail: The tail of the Bossi-Poo is typically docked.
Color: The Bossi-Poo has a tuxedo black and white coat.
Coat: The coat of the Bossi-Poo consists of soft, loose curly human-like hair free from dander.
Characteristics: The Bossi-Poo is a sweet, kind dog that loves to run and jump. They are very intelligent dogs.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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