Designer Dogs 101: Chorkie Dogs 10 Chihuahua Yorkie Mix Facts Popular Designer Breeds - Animal Facts

Chorkie Dogs 101 Chihuahua Yorkie Mix Facts #chorkie #dog

Chorkies are without a doubt one of the cutest designer dog breeds available to the modern dog fancier. A relatively new breed created in the early 1990s, a Chorkie is the result of crossing a Yorkshire Terrier and a Chihuahua. Sometimes referred to as a Chia-Yorkie, Yorkie-Chi, or Yorkiehuahua, he is a high-energy dog between 8 -10 pounds with a confidence and self-assuredness of a dog ten times his size.

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10 Reasons Not to Buy an Easter Bunny Rabbit #Easter #EasterBunny - Animal Facts

10 Reasons Not to Buy an Easter Bunny Rabbit PLEASE SHARE #easter #easterbunny

Did you know 4 out of 5 rabbits purchased as Easter presents will not live to see their first birthday? Unfortunately, those that do, generally live in less than optimal conditions or end up in shelters and euthanized. Each year, thousands of people purchase rabbits, as novelty gifts, but more often than not they end up with a living being they are not prepared to accommodate.

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Designer Dogs 101: Schnoodle Dogs 10 Facts About Schnoodles Popular Designer Breeds - Animal Facts

Designer Dogs 101: Schnoodle Dogs 10 Facts About Schnoodles Popular Designer Breeds – Animal Facts

Intelligent, active, and downright adorable, the Schnoodle has become a popular hybrid dog breed. A cross between the Poodle and the Schnauzer, he can be found in many colors and sizes. Ranging from 6 to 76 pounds, the Schnoodle has a place as a lap dog, a family dog, a therapy dog, or a performance dog. Described as “forever happy,” this designer dog generally has the Poodle’s willingness to please, mixed with the sturdiness and energy of the Schnauzer. Playful and lovable, this dog lives to have fun and is always the center of attention.

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Dogs 101: English Bulldogs Facts Information Most Popular Dog Breeds - Animal Facts

English Bulldogs Dogs 101 Facts Information #bulldog #dog

Few breeds are as easily recognized as the Bulldog, with his wrinkled mug, distinctive underbite and Churchillian jowls. Sometimes referred to as the English or British Bulldog, although there are French and American bulldogs as well. If you’re talking about personality and temperament, the Bulldog is just about a perfect, gentle family companion. He loves children and is very easy to train as a family pet. He’s an endless source of amusement, clever and very affectionate. He’s also an attention magnet everywhere he goes. Welcome to Animal Facts, today we discuss the universal mascot, the rollicking family canine, the Bulldog. Let’s get started.

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