||Bea Tzu, Beazu
Caring for a Bea-Tzu
Feeding: The Bea-Tzu can be fed 1 or 2 times daily.
Living with a Bea-Tzu
Personality: The Bea-Tzu is a sweet and loving dog who has a great personality and gets along great with people.
Temperament: Bea-Tzus are very sweet and loving dogs.
Family Dog: The Bea-Tzu makes a great family pet.
Shedding: Bea-Tzus shed very little.
Grooming: Bea-Tzus should be groomed every 6-8 weeks to keep their coat medium length. They have longer hair around the face that needs to be kept clean.
Training: With proper training techniques, Bea-Tzus are relatively easy to train.
Behavior: The Bea-Tzu is an active, playful, intelligient dog.
Barking: The barking habits of a Bea-Tzu can vary widely, some do not bark much at all while other bark quite a bit.
Weather: The Bea-Tzu can tolerate almost any weather.
Exercise: Bea-Tzus love exercise. A good daily walk or run will suit them fine.
Physical Ability: Bea-Tzus are athletic dogs and love to run, play and jump.
Living Conditions: Bea-Tzus make great indoor pets. Ideally they should have at least a small yard in which to play.
Size: Bea-Tzus are around 25 lbs.
Companionship: Bea-Tzus are very loyal and make great companion dogs.
Head: The Bea-Tzu has a fairly large head in proportion to their body.
Nose: The Bea-Tzu can have the heart shaped nose like the Shih-Tzu.
Eyes: Bea-Tzus have brown eyes.
Ears: The Bea-Tzu has droopy ears.
Muzzle: The muzzle of the Bea-Tzu is shorter than the Beagle's.
Body: The body of the Bea-Tzu is slim and short.
Forequarters: The Bea-Tzu has short front legs.
Tail: Bea-Tzus have a long, furry, curved tail.
Color: Bea-Tzus can be white, brown and gray.
Coat: Bea-Tzus have a soft, furry coat. The coat of a Bea-Tzu grows very fast.
Characteristics: Bea-Tzus are energetic, compassionate, lovable and active dogs.
Allergies: The Bea-Tzu has no known allergies at this time.
Health: Overall the Bea-Tzu is a generally healthy dog.
Skin Health: The Bea-Tzu may have trouble with dry skin.
Ear Health: The Bea-Tzu typically has great ear health.
Dental Health: When properly cared for, Bea-Tzus have great dental health.
Litter Size: The average litter size of the Bea-Tzu is around 5 pups.
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