Peekapoo

Peekapoo

Introducing the Peekaboo. He’s a playful and energetic dog who’s so much fun to have around. He’s also very smart and loves being the center of attention. He makes a good guard dog even at his small size because of his protective nature. He’s the perfect lapdog who’s very attentive and outgoing.

  • A wonderful companion dog who gets along with everyone
  • Considered one of the original designer dog breeds around
  • Hypoallergenic, low-shedding, and good for allergy sufferers

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What is a Peekapoo?

A Peekapoo is a designer dog that’s a cross between a Pekingese and a Poodle. This coupling not only created a Peekaboo dog, but this pairing also produced an F1 dog. This is when two purebred dogs mate and their offspring is what’s called an F1 generation.

How long do Peekapoos live?

The Peekapoo lifespan can range anywhere from 10 to 15 years on average.

Do Peekapoos shed?

Yes, Peekapoos shed, but not a lot. They’re classified as low-shedding dogs.

Are Peekapoos hypoallergenic?

Peekapoo dogs qualify as hypoallergenic dogs, which makes them a good choice for those people who suffer from allergies.

What color is a Peekapoo?

Peekapoo puppies come in a wide range of colors. You have the buff, chocolate, red, sable, and black Peekapoo. Along with the white, cream, gray, silver, and apricot Peekapoo.

How big do Peekapoo dogs get?

The Peekapoo weight ranges anywhere from 4 pounds up to 20 pounds.

How tall does a Peekapoo get?

A Peekapoo dog can be anywhere from 6 inches to 11-inches tall. Peekapoo dogs come in three sizes, and those included are Teacup Peekapoo, Toy Peekapoo, and Miniature Peekapoo. Their size is all dependent on if their Poodle parent was a teacup Poodle, Toy Poodle, or Miniature Poodle.

What age are Peekapoo fully grown?

A full grown Peekapoo reaches its adult body size right before its first birthday.

Do Peekapoos bark a lot?

Yes, Peekapoo dogs can bark a lot. They’re very alert, so they make good watchdogs. They will bark when they hear sounds or when they’re around strangers.

Are Peekapoo dogs intelligent?

Peekapoos are intelligent dogs. This stems from their parental breeds. The Poodle is the second smartest dog, while the Pekingese is listed as the 73rd smartest dog.

Are Peekapoos easy to train?

Although they are intelligent dogs, which helps with training because they pick up things fairly quickly and they are eager to please their owners, but having a stubborn side, Peekapoo dogs can be difficult to train.

Are Peekapoo good dogs?

A Peekaboo dog makes a great addition to any family with older children because smaller children might unknowingly hurt the dog. He’s a very friendly, loving, and loyal pet who does well with other animals as long as they’re properly trained and socialized from puppyhood.

Can a Peekapoo be left alone?

Companion dogs, like a Peekaboo, have the hardest time being alone for long periods because they become attached to their owners and they’re very prone to suffering from separation anxiety.

Are Peekapoos loyal?

Peekaboo dogs are very loyal animals. They love their owners and they’re very protective of them, especially when it comes to strange or new people.

Should you feed soft moist food to a Peekapoo?

Wet, soft, and moist dog food is especially good for Peekapoo puppies and senior dogs because it’s easier to chew and digest. It’s also a good source of nutrients and provides hydration.

What do Peekapoo dogs eat?

The Peekapoo dog is prone to obesity, so it should be consuming forty calories per pound of its weight and should be given nothing but a cup of ¼ to ¾ of high-quality dry dog food with occasional lean meat, wet dog food, and dog-safe vegetables.

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