Shihpoo

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Shihpoo

The Shih-poo is a fun-loving charmer who’s full of energy and who’s both eager to please and craves your attention. They’re so friendly and playful, and they’re the ideal candidate for an emotional support animal. These confident pooches are curious creatures who are also content with laying in your lap and cuddling with you.

  • Great companions for owners who are less active
  • Can live in an apartment, and doesn’t bark much
  • Compact in size, sturdy, and easy to travel with

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What is a Shih Poo?

A Shihpoo dog is a hybrid or designer dog who’s the offspring of two popular purebreds. They are a mix of a Shi Tzu, and a Poodle.

How big do Shihpoos get?

On average, a Shih-poo will grow anywhere from 8 to 15 inches tall.

How much does a Shih Poo weigh?

In regards to their weight, they can weigh as many as 8 to 18 pounds.

When do Shih Poos stop growing?

Typically, a Shih Poo dog will reach their adult size around their first birthday.

How long do Shih Poos live?

On average, a Shihpoo dog can live approximately 16 years. This is contingent upon their health, and if they don’t have any ailments or debilitating diseases.

How much exercise does a Shih Poo need?

For their well-being, a Shihpoo needs around 70 minutes of daily exercise. Including playing, you as their owner should walk them two to three times a day. It’s also a necessity that they get some rest as well.

Can a Shih Poo be left alone?

Shihpoo dogs can be left alone, but it’s best not to leave them home for no longer than four hours at a time.

Do Shih Poo dogs bark a lot?

They are a dog, so they will bark, but Shihpoos aren’t known to be big barkers, which is a positive for those who live in apartment complexes or have relatively close-in-proximity neighbors. They will bark if they’re hungry, or they feel they need to alert you of anything, especially people or any of their needs they want tending to.

Are Shih Poos easy to potty train?

Shihpoo puppies are very smart, and this helps when it comes to potty training. They can be taught to ring a potty bell to alert you that they need to handle their business. They can also be crate trained as well.

Are Shih Poos good family dogs?

In simple terms, yes, they are good family dogs. Shihpoos are ideal for anyone who can pay them a lot of attention in terms of loving, pampering, and doting on them. They’re adaptable in terms of their dwellings, be it an apartment, house, or any type of living quarters. They would be a good match for someone who’s retired, and who can devote a lot of their time and attention to their fur baby. Because remember, you’re dealing with a companion dog.

How much food should a Shih Poo eat?

A Shihpoo adult typically eats one or two daily meals. As for Shihpoo puppies, four to six times a day should be for the 2-4-month-olds, while three times for the 4-6 months old. As an aside, it’s a good idea to feed your pup high-quality dry kibble. Whatever you do, you should consult with your vet as to what foods and diet you should be feeding your dog, and keep them abreast as to what’s going on with the growth, behavior, and progress of your pet.

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