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Cheke-A-Pom Breed Information

Cheke-A-Pom

 

Living with a Cheke-A-Pom

Temperament: Very sweet and loving, loves to play and sleep.

Family Dog: Yes, but will be especially attached to one person. Mostly chooses the female adult owner but will interact with all members.

Shedding: Minimal

Grooming: Minimal combing and bi-weekly washings.

Training: Consistency is key.

Barking: Mostly when seeking attention.

Exercise: Moderate. Adapts well to apartment living.

Physical Ability: Wide range of energy levels can adapt easily to changes inactivity.

Living Conditions: Can easily adapt to a variety of conditions.

Cheke-A-Pom Appearance

Appearance: Can look like a large/long chihuahua or a miniature elongated lab pup.

Size: Medium, heavier than appears.

Ears: Folded-over triangle shape.

Body: Stocky/ slightly bowed front legs with largish paws. Long feathery tail with slight curl. Smooth medium length coat with minimal shedding.

Feet: Can be large for size.

Coat: Straight, medium length with white undercoat and minimal shedding.

Cheke-A-Pom Facts

Characteristics: Rambuncious, high-jumping playfulness. Loves to fetch and would be excellent at Frisbee or Flyball.

Cheke-A-Pom Health

Skin Health: Can become flakey if overwashed.

Eye Health: Slight tearing produces tear deposits, wash away with warm water to prevent staining.


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