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Doodles

Impressive Hairdo and Regal Attitude Breed Of Dog.


  • Average Height:
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  • Average Weight:
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  • Life Expentancy:
  • 12 to 15 years

But more often than not, they’re intelligent, obedient and extremely loving dogs. Goldendoodles love people and also get along great with other pets, and they tend to be patient and gentle with young children — making them a fantastic choice for families.

They are softer natured and don’t always stand up to accidental rough handling well, but when the Poodle is crossed with a Retriever, one finds that the Doodle blend creates a dog that is outgoing and social, yet more cognizant of personal space. They are just more mannered.

Wonderful companions, love personal contact

Make great service, therapy, and sniffer dogs.

Low dander, low shed

seperation anxiety makes EGD destructive

Too large for apartments or condos, needs a fenced in back yard, and room to move/play

EGDs are prone to ear infection

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Frenchies

 


  • Average Height:
  • Male:4 – 6 inches
  • Female:4 – 6 inches

 

  • Average Weight:
  • Male:10 – 14 lbs
  • Female:10 – 14 lbs

 

  • Life Expentancy:
  • 10 to 14 years

The bright, affectionate Frenchie is a charmer. Dogs of few words, Frenchies don’t bark much, but their alertness makes them excellent watchdogs. They happily adapt to life with singles, couples, or families, and do not require a lot of outdoor exercise.

The breed is small and muscular with heavy bone structure, a smooth coat, a short face and trademark “bat” ears. Prized for its affectionate nature and balanced disposition, they are generally active and alert, but not unduly boisterous. Frenchies can be brindle, fawn, white, and brindle and white.

Affectionate — French Bulldogs are super loving and will let you know how much they adore you. They’re also huge cuddle bugs.

Easy to Train Choosing a French Bulldog as your first pet can be a great decision due to their intelligence and trainability.

They are great family dogs. French Bulldogs make great family pets. They are bred to be companions, and they love being around people and other dogs.

 

French bulldogs are a brachycephalic (flat-faced) breed, making them prone to Brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome

Separation Anxiety. French Bulldogs are known for their strong bond and deep affection for their owners, which can sometimes lead to separation anxiety

Infections, allergies, and dermatitis are common causes of itchy or irritated spots. Heart issues: Because of their limited oxygen intake, Frenchies

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Poodles


  • Average Height:
  • Male:14 – 15 inches
  • Female:14 – 15 inches
  • Average Weight:
  • Male:22 – 26 lbs
  • Female:22 – 26 lbs
  • Life Expentancy:
  • 10–18 years

The Poodle is a lively, clever dog who is also very in tune with his family. Active and intelligent, he is good natured if not somewhat shy and reserved around strangers. Socialization brings out his confidence and cheerfulness.

Poodles tend to have a friendly and outgoing personality. High energy and intelligence also influence their temperament, and they prefer to have an active lifestyle. They generally are good with kids and even open to meeting strangers if socialized properly.

Poodles are good family dogs — fun, energetic, smart and easy to train. They do best with plenty of exercise for both mind and body and prefer to be with people most of the time. They are not good kennel dogs. Socialization should begin early and include other people, other pets and the grooming routine.

  • Requires a significant amount of grooming.
  • Requires sufficient daily exercise.
  • Needs lots of attention.

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Yorkies


  • Average Height:
  • Male:6.5-7.5
  • Female:6.5-7.5
  • Average Weight:
  • Male:5-6
  • Female:5-6
  • Life Expentancy:
  • 11 to 15 years

The Yorkshire Terrier is a brave and bossy breed that’s exceptionally affectionate with family and strangers alike. They are usually gentle with children and most other pets, though adult supervision is always important when dogs are around children or other animals.

The Yorkshire Terrier is true to its terrier roots: bold, brash, and busy. It is a high-energy and playful breed that can even be feisty at times, especially to strange dogs, and it may not be trustworthy around small rodent pets. It is affectionate and can make a good lapdog given sufficient exercise.

  • Fine-boned, elegant, easy to carry, doesn’t take up much space.
  • Sheds very lightly (one of the best breeds for allergy sufferers)
  • Lively and inquisitive, moves swiftly with light-footed grace.
  • Doesn’t need a lot of exercise.
  • A keen watchdog – won’t fail to announce strangers.
  • Their bones are more fragile. There isn’t enough room in their mouth for healthy teeth. Their internal organs are often weak and can fail suddenly. They tend to have difficulty regulating their blood sugar and can go into hypoglycemic shock if they go too long without eating.