Caring for a Papeagle
Feeding: The Papeagle can be a finicky eater.
Living with a Papeagle
Personality: The Peagle is a docile and alert dog that can be shy at times.
Temperament: The Papeagle is a very sweet and loyal dog.
Family Dog: The Papeagle makes a wonderful family dog. They typically dog get along fine with other dogs and cats.
Grooming: The Papeagle is very easy to groom and requires a bath occasionally.
Training: The Papeagle is fairly obedient and relatively easy to train.
Behavior: The Papeagle is a sweet well behaved dog.
Barking: The Papeagle barks very little.
Weather: The Papeagle does not have particular trouble in hot or cold conditions, but should not be left in extreme weather for extended periods of time.
Exercise: The Papeagle is not an overly active dog.
Living Conditions: The Papeagle would be fine dog for a house or apartment.
Appearance: The Papeagle has a cute elongated body like a small Beagle.
Size: The Papeagle is 12 to 15 inches tall at withers.
Companionship: The Papeagle loves to be with people but with do ok when left alone.
Head: The head of the Papeagle is similar to the Beagle's head.
Nose: The Papeagle has a long black nose.
Eyes: The Papeagle has beautiful brown eyes with a sad expression.
Ears: The ears of the Papeagle are long and soft.
Muzzle: The Papeagle has a long spotted muzzle.
Neck: The neck of the Papeagle is short and furry.
Body: The Papeagle has a longer body built more like a Beagle's.
Forequarters: The Papeagle has fine sturdy front legs.
Tail: The tail of the Papeagle has a white pointed tip and wags constantly.
Color: The coat of the Papeagle is a deep auburn and white color like a Beagle.
Coat: The Papeagle has a medium length, soft coat.
Characteristics: The Papeagle is a very sweet and loyal dog.
Eye Health: The Papeagle has good eye health but is a little weepy at times.
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