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Pushon Breed Information

Pushon

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA:
   
Mispellings: Puchon
   
 

Living with a Pushon

Personality: The Pushon definitely has their own personality. They are extremely smart but can be very stubborn. They are loyal to their owners.

Family Dog: The Pushon makes a good family dog. They typically gets along well with children and cats.

Shedding: The Pushon is a low shedding dog.

Grooming: The Pushon's fur does grow quickly so they will need to be groomed often.

Training: The Pushon may be difficult to house-train.

Behavior: The Pushon is a pretty even-tempered dog. They can be wary of strangers. They love to play and have lots of energy. They also like to lay in your lap and cuddle.

Barking: The Pushon does tend to bark especially when they are scared or unsure of things.

Exercise: The Pushon needs a lot of exercise. They can do well in an apartment provided they are given plenty of exercise and taken outside often for walks and time to run.

Pushon Appearance

Size: A fully grown Pushon will weigh around 19 pounds.

Nose: The nose of the Pushon is black in color.

Eyes: The eyes of the Pushon resemble those of the Pug.

Ears: The ears of the Pushon resemble those of the Pug.

Muzzle: The muzzle of the Pushon can be shorter like the Pug's or longer like the Bichon's. They may have a tongue that is almost always out even when they are asleep.

Body: The body of the Pushon is right in the middle between a Pug and Bichon. They may have a stocky body like a Pug or it may be more like the Bichon's but smaller.

Tail: The Pushon's tail can be short and curly or straight.

Color: The coat of the Pushon can be mostly black with brownish-red and white markings.

Coat: The Pushon can have a wirey top coat and a shorter, thicker undercoat.

Pushon Health

Allergies: The Pushon may have allergies to numerous things including bee stings and spider bites which cause them to swell up or break out in hives.

Health: The Pushon may have a sensitive stomach. The tend to pick up an and eat everything they find which can cause them to have an upset stomach.

Skin Health: The Pushon may be prone to dry skin.


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