About the Papi-Poo
The Papi-Poo is a hybrid dog that is made up of a combination of two different purebreeds. It's a cross between the Papillon and the Toy Poodle. We've found the best method for understanding the characteristics of the Papi-Poo is to read both of its ancestors descriptions taking note of their temperaments, size and general look.
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Papi-poos are considered low to no shedding dogs. They have either straight or wavy, medium length coat and their tail curls over their back and plumes like a Papillions tail.
Both Papillions and Poodles are considered to be in the top 10 list of intelligent dogs. Papi-poos are very smart and train easily. They are happy-go-lucky dogs and generally love people and other animals. Snuggling would also be considered a favorite pass time for a Papi-poo. They are very loving and loyal.
Surprisingly, the Papi-Poo is known to love water.
A primary advantage to a cross bred dogs it they usually pick up the stronger, healthier genes of each breed. The biggest thing to watch for with Papi-poos is Luxating Patellas (kneecap).
The Papi-poo has long hair that needs its coat maintained with brushing every 1 to 2 days. Most choose to bath a Papi-poo every couple of weeks and have a groomer trim hair every few months.
The Papi-poo has long hair that needs its coat maintained with brushing every 1 to 2 days as it mats very quickly. Most choose to bath a Papi-poo every couple of weeks and have a groomer trim hair every few months.
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