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Crestepoo Breed Information

Crestepoo

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: Chinese Crestepoo, Poochis
   
Mispellings: Crestapoo, Crestipoo
   
 

Caring for a Crestepoo

Feeding: The Crestepoo can be fed two meals a day.

Living with a Crestepoo

Personality: The Crestepoo can be a high strung, picky dog but they are very lovable.

Family Dog: The Crestepoo makes a very good family dog. They are typically very gentle with children and very protective of their family.

Shedding: The Crestepoo is a very low shedder.

Training: The Crestepoo can be stubborn when it comes to training.

Barking: The Crestepoo doesn't bark too much and when they do it is not a yappy bark.

Exercise: The Crestepoo loves to run.

Crestepoo Appearance

Appearance: The Crestepoo is a small to medium sized dog with thin legs, a long thin tail, a wavy coat, hairless ears and a beard.

Size: A fully grown Crestepoo weighs around 9 pounds.

Nose: The Crestepoo has a small nose.

Ears: The Crestepoo may have hairless ears.

Muzzle: The Crestepoo has a short, thin muzzle.

Color: The coat of the Crestepoo is typically black and white in color.

Coat: The Crestepoo has a long, soft, wavy coat with soft, straight hair on legs and feet.

Crestepoo Health

Allergies: The Crestepoo has no known allergies at this time.


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