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Cheeks Breed Information


Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
AKA: Pek-A-Chi
Mispellings: Cheaks, Peekachu, Peekchi, Pekachi, Peka-chi, Chipeke, Pekachu, Pekechi

Living with a Cheeks

Personality: The Cheeks is a very sweet, humble little who dog loves people and playing but can overran by bigger dogs and cats.

Temperament: The Cheeks is a very mellow dog.

Family Dog: The Cheeks makes a great family dog. They are love being around people and are great with kids and other pets.

Shedding: The Cheeks is an average shedder. Extra brushing can help reduce this.

Grooming: The coat of the Cheeks should be brushed at least once a week.

Training: The Cheeks learns new commands very quickly.

Barking: The Cheeks is not a constant barker but does like to bark at the doorbell.

Weather: The Cheeks gets cold easy and requires clothes during the winter.

Exercise: The Cheeks does not require lots of daily exercise.

Cheeks Appearance

Size: A fully grown Cheeks weighs around 5 pounds

Companionship: The Cheeks is a wonderful companion dog.

Head: The Cheeks has a round skull.

Eyes: The eyes of the Cheeks are big and round.

Ears: The ears of the Cheeks are large and can be erect or floppy.

Body: The body of the Cheeks is small yet sturdy. The overall proportion is slightly longer than it is tall.

Forequarters: The forequarters of the Cheeks are low to the ground.

Feet: The Cheeks has sturdy and dainty feet.

Color: The coat of the Cheeks can be white and cream in color.

Coat: The coat of the Cheeks is semi-long and dense.

Cheeks Health

Allergies: The Cheeks has no known allergies at this time.

Health: The overall health of the Cheeks is very good.

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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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