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Snoopy

Our chi-chon is 6, going on 7. He's the greatest dog we could ever ask for. Very cute, but hairy, does require grooming (we get him cut every 1-2months). He's all white, about 14 pounds, looks like a bichon with the sleek body type and longer snout of a chihuahua. A very fast runner, but not great at jumping (it takes him a few tries to get on the furniture). Has always been great with all people, totally trustworthy around kids of all ages,even when they tug on his fur. It's great to know I can walk him, let people approach and pet him, and not have to worry. Highly recommended dog for people with allergies and/or small children.
Posted: 6/7/2011 9:05:57 AM by Anonymous

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Bertie

Our Chi-chon is now 9 months old and we have had him since he was 8 weeks old. He looks just like a little maltese, small, white and has curly fur and is the most lovely dog you could ever have. He is playful, well-behaved and excellent with my children. He is aleays gentle and has never shown any agression at all. He follows me everywhere and i couldn't ask for a better dog.
Posted: 2/24/2010 9:58:50 PM by Anonymous

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The Chi-Chon

I have an adorable Chi-Chon - she is bundle of fluff and fun and is loving and gentle natured. She likes to be near you and loves nothing more that sleeping at my feet. She is very good with young children too. She doesn't bark but does make herself heard when left in the crate. House-training is taking a while but that is to be expected due to her breed heritage. Her nature is much softer and less agressive and she is sweet baby.
Posted: 11/7/2009 9:58:49 AM by Anonymous

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