Caring for a Fox-Chi
Feeding: Care should be taken not to overfeed the Fox-Chi as they can gain weight easily if not properly exercised.
Living with a Fox-Chi
Family Dog: The Fox-Chi makes a great family dog but should be supervised around small children because of their size.
Shedding: The Fox-Chi is a low to average shedder.
Grooming: The coat of the Fox-Chi typically requires little grooming.
Barking: The Fox-Chi does tend to bark when they are alerted by a noise or guarding something.
Exercise: The Fox-Chi needs plenty of daily exercise.
Living Conditions: The Fox-Chi does best as an only dog or as part of a small group of dogs.
Size: The Fox-Chi stands between 10 to 18 inches tall.
Companionship: The Fox-Chi makes a loving and loyal companion.
Head: The head of the Fox-Chi is rounder than that of a Fox Terrier.
Nose: The nose of the Fox-Chi is black in color.
Eyes: The eyes of the Fox-Chi are black or brown in color.
Muzzle: The Fox-Chi has a medium length pointed muzzle.
Neck: The Fox-Chi has a medium length neck.
Forequarters: The Fox-Chi has a broad chest.
Hindquarters: The Fox-Chi has muscular, well rounded hindquarters.
Gait: The Fox-Chi has a very smooth gait.
Color: The coat of the Fox-Chi can be Black and White or Tri-Colored.
Coat: The Fox-Chi has a smooth coat.
Life Expectancy: The life expectancy of the Fox-Chi is well over 10 years of age.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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