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Living with a Eskipoo
: Eskipoos are generally sweet, friendly dogs who get along well with people and other pets.
: The Eskipoo makes a wonderful family dog.
: Eskipoos are low to no shed dogs.
: Eskipoos require routine brushing to maintain their fluffy coat.
: Eskipoos possess the Poodle quality of intelligence and tend to learn new things very quickly.
: The behavior is typically a happy and affectionate dog.
: Some Eskipoos rarely bark while others make great "doorbell dogs" and bark if they hear anything outside. Some may also bark if left home alone.
: The Eskipoo usually prefers colder weather.
: The Eskipoos has lots of energy, but gets tired after about 30 minutes of running.
: The Eskipoo will do fine in apartments, condos, houses, etc. provided they are given the necessary exercise.
: Eskipoos are about 14-15 inches high at the shoulder and weigh around 13-20 pounds.
: The Eskipoo is definitely a wonderful companion dog.
: The Pookimo can have gray eyes.
: Eskipoos come in grey, brown, beige, apricot, black, but the most common is white. They may have white patches on the paws and tail.
: Eskipoos have can have a soft smooth or a more frizzy wooly coat.
: The Eskipoo is a quirky, friendly, smart and affectionate dog who bonds to their owner quickly. They are obediant and like to please.
: The Eskipoo is can be good choice for people with allergies.
: The Eskipoo may get frequent eye infections.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.
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