Paperanian

Paperanian

Meet the Paperanian. The sweet, sociable, and sassy dog who’s so cute and cuddly. He’s extremely smart and comes from good intelligent stock. He’s quite the lively one and loves to play. He can be a little curious and mischievous, but he’s such a gentle soul that you can’t help but to love him.

  • Highly intelligent and the offspring of smart breeds
  • Doesn’t require a lot of exercise; good busy people
  • Perfect for traveling and compact for transporting

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What is a Paperanian?

A Paperanian is a hybrid dog who’s a cross between a Papillon dog and a Pomeranian. This is a designer dog who’s an F1 dog from an F1 generation. This refers to two purebred dogs mating and producing one of the many mixed breed dogs. The next generation is called the F2 generation which produces an F2 dog. This is when two F1 dogs mate and produce additional dogs of the same mix.

How long does a Paperanian live?

A Paperanian dog can live anywhere from 14 to 16 years.

Does a Paperanian shed?

Yes, a Paperanian does shed, but it’s considered to be a low-shedding dog.

Are Paperanians hypoallergenic?

A Paperanian dog qualifies as a hypoallergenic dog, which makes it a good choice for those who suffer from allergies, especially when dealing with dander.

How big can a Paperanian get?

A Paperanian can grow somewhere in the range of 7 to 11 inches tall. Due to its small size and stature, a Papi Pom is classified under toy dog breeds.

How much does a Paperanian weigh?

A Paperanian dog can weigh anywhere from 4 to 11 pounds.

Do Paperanians bark a lot?

There is a possibility that a Paperanian can bark excessively. This can be an issue if the dog isn’t properly trained. They can bark if they’re not exercised enough if they’re lonely, or if they’re suffering from separation anxiety. Boredom is another factor that causes excessive barking. They will also bark when strangers are approaching, so they’re alert and make good watchdogs.

Are Paperanians aggressive?

A Paperanian dog isn’t an aggressive dog. It harbors no hostility, and it doesn’t have an aggressive temperament, It can sometimes be more standoffish.

Are Paperanian dogs smart?

A Paperanian is a highly intelligent dog who comes from two intelligent parental breeds. Their Papillon parent ranks #8 on the list of smartest dogs, while their Pomeranian parent ranks #23.

Are Paperanians easy to train?

Training a Paperanian dog is unpredictable depending on which parent they take after. A Papillon is easy to train, but a Pomeranian can be a little difficult because they can be both stubborn and independent making training a harder task to accomplish. It’s always best to never baby your small dog while training. They need the same treatment as a larger size dog. If not, they might develop anti-social behaviors like snapping.

Are Paperanian good dogs?

A Paperanian is a good dog because it’s friendly, loyal, and good with children particularly older children because of its small size a smaller child might unintentionally hurt the dog. It also makes a wonderful companion.

How much should a Paperanian eat?

It’s recommended that adult dogs eat twice a day. Preferably 12 hours apart. A Paperanian should consume 1 cup of high-quality dog food per day. It’s best to consult your veterinarian to see what’s the best diet for Paperanian puppies.

Do Paperanians require a lot of exercise?

No, a Paperanian dog doesn’t need a lot of exercise, but it’s important to have daily activities such as walking and some playtime every day.

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