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Chinese Boston-Tzu Breed Information

Chinese Boston-Tzu

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Caring for a Chinese Boston-Tzu

Feeding: The Chinese Boston-Tzu eats a lot for their size due to a higher metabolism.

Living with a Chinese Boston-Tzu

Temperament: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is a very friendly and sweet dog.

Family Dog: The Chinese Boston-Tzu loves everyone.

Shedding: The Chinese Boston-Tzu shed little to no hair.

Grooming: The Chinese Boston-Tzu typically requires minimal grooming. If the coat is thin sunscreen is required and the skin should be lotioned to keep it from becoming dry.

Training: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is eager to please and train.

Behavior: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is a hyper and happy dog.

Barking: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is a very mimimal barker.

Weather: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is not a good dog for cold weather. They must be an indoor dog.

Exercise: The Chinese Boston-Tzu requires minimal exercise but loves to go on walks.

Chinese Boston-Tzu Appearance

Appearance: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is a medium sized small dog with only a few random hairs on his head and legs with very soft, smooth skin.

Size: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is 15 to 25 pounds when fully grown.

Companionship: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is a good cuddler.

Head: The head of the Chinese Boston-Tzu is rather square and blocky with a soft mouth.

Eyes: The eyes of the Chinese Boston-Tzu are well spaced and large.

Ears: The ears of the Chinese Boston-Tzu are mostly erect but not firm.

Neck: The Chinese Boston-Tzu has a long neck that is not to thick with a nice arch.

Body: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is a very leggy dog with a well muscled body and long thin tail.

Forequarters: The forequarters of the Chinese Boston-Tzu are straight and square.

Hindquarters: The hindquarters of the Chinese Boston-Tzu are well muscled and straight.

Gait: The gait of the Chinese Boston-Tzu is swift and sturdy with a straight forward action.

Feet: The Chinese Boston-Tzu has long toes due to their large size.

Tail: The tail of the Chinese Boston-Tzu can be long and thin or docked.

Color: The coat or skin of the Chinese Boston-Tzu can be any color including gray on top and white on the belly with mottling on his legs, sides and tail.

Coat: The Chinese Boston-Tzu has very little hair if any.

Chinese Boston-Tzu Facts

Life Expectancy: The life expectancy of the Chinese Boston-Tzu is 12 to 14 years.

Chinese Boston-Tzu Health

Allergies: The Chinese Boston-Tzu has no known allergies at this time.

Health: The Chinese Boston-Tzu has no major health problems.

Skin Health: The skin of the Chinese Boston-Tzu needs protective care as it is prone to abrasions.

Eye Health: The Chinese Boston-Tzu is prone to eye discharge.

Dental Health: The Chinese Boston-Tzu can have dental issues due to crooked teeth.

Litter Size: The average litter size of the Chinese Boston-Tzu is 2 to 4 pups.


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