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Cheaglehund Breed Information


Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
Mispellings: Cheagalhund

Living with a Cheaglehund

Family Dog: The Cheaglehund is a great family dog. They are typically great with children.

Grooming: The Cheaglehund does not require lots of grooming. They should be brushed frequently and bathed when needed.

Training: The Cheaglehund is a very intelligent dog who can learn very quickly with Positive Reinforcement Techniques.

Behavior: The Cheaglehund is a realatively calm, loyal, loving dog who can be submissive and slightly nervous at times.

Barking: The Cheaglehund has a very deep bark for their size.

Weather: The Cheaglehund is definitely an indoor dog. They do not like cold weather.

Cheaglehund Appearance

Size: A fully grown Cheaglehund weighs around 16 pounds.

Companionship: The Cheaglehund makes a great companion dog. They love to be with you and make wonderful lap dogs.

Head: The Cheaglehund may be slightly apple-headed.

Nose: The nose of the Cheaglehund can be black or pink in color.

Eyes: The Cheaglehund has brown eyes.

Ears: The ears of the Cheaglehund are typically longer and floppy.

Muzzle: The Cheaglehund has a lengthy muzzle.

Body: The body of the Cheaglehund is long but short in height.

Hindquarters: The hindquarters of the Cheaglehund are slim and muscular.

Feet: The Cheaglehund may have Beagle feet meaning the front feet are positioned outward.

Tail: The tail of the Cheaglehund is typically held upright.

Color: The coat of the Cheaglehund is often white, brown and black in color.

Coat: The Cheaglehund has a short, soft, shiny coat.

Cheaglehund Facts

Life Expectancy: The average life Expectancy of the Cheaglehund is around 15 years.

Characteristics: The Cheaglehund is a very intelligent, lap dog who loves a blanket.

Cheaglehund Health

Health: The Cheaglehund may have a tendency toward seizure disorders.

Skin Health: The Cheaglehund may have sensitive skin.

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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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