Teddy Poo (Shichonpoo): The Ultimate Breed Guide

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Are you tired of the same old dog breeds? Well, you should meet the Teddy Poo: the ultimate combination of cuddly teddy bear and smart pooch!

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The Teddy Poo is a small-sized Doodle breed that mixes three other popular and well-established breeds: Shih Tzu, Bichon Frise, and Toy Poodle.

The name Teddy Poo was given to the breed because it resembles an adorable Teddy Bear. The mix can also be called a Shichonpoo.


The parent breeds have a few visual elements in common. First of all, they are thick with fur and often lean towards all-white or primarily white coats.


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Teddy Poos have two layers to their fur. Each part of the double coat serves its purpose. The undercoat is soft & helps insulate the dog. The topcoat is where the color & texture of the hair really shine.



The colors you should expect to find on a Teddy Poo are black, white, brown, and apricot. Of course, these colors are usually not solo acts.


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As you might have gathered, a Teddy Poo is a lap dog. They may not be small enough to put in a purse and carry around, but these dogs are relatively easy to pick up or transport.



Each of the three parent breeds of the Teddy Poo has a similar lifespan. On average, Teddy Poos are expected to live between 10 and 16 years.


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