DBR , IDCR
||Doxie-poo, Doxipoo, Doxi-poo, Doxypoo, Doxiedoodle, Doxypoodle, Doodle, Dachdoodle, Doxiepoodle
Living with a Doxiepoo
Personality: The Doxiepoo is typically friendly to everyone.
Family Dog: Doxiepoos make good family pets and do well with children.
Shedding: Doxiepoos are very low to no shedding dogs.
Grooming: The coat of a Doxiepoo can be trimmed or kept long, but should be combed several times a week. They may need to have their coat professionally groomed and brushed often when it is left long.
Training: Doxiepoos are intelligent dogs who are easy to train with positive reinforcement.
Behavior: The Doxiepoo is a very good, playful and cuddly dog.
Barking: Doxiepoos make great watchdogs. Some will only bark occasionally but others do like to bark especially when left alone.
Weather: Doxiepoos are mostly suited to be indoor dogs.
Exercise: Doxiepoos make good dogs for people living in apartments or with limited space. Doxiepoos don't need a lot of excercise because of their small size but they do love a daily walk or run outside.
Size: Doxipoos typically weigh between 5 to 15 pounds when fully grown.
Companionship: The Doxiepoo makes a wonderful companion dog.
Color: Doxiepoos can be chocolate, black, dapple or cream in color.
Coat: The coat of a Doixepoos depends on the parents, but can be longhaired, smooth or wirehaired. They may have a curly coat.
Life Expectancy: Doxiepoos usually live to be between 12 to 15 years of age.
Allergies: The Doxiepoo may suffer from skin and nasal allergies.
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