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Bossi-Poo History

The Bossi Poo is another relatively new hybrid, or designer, breed of dog that has been created by mixing a Pomeranian and a Boston Terrier. The Bossi Poo is a dog that is the result of breeding a Boston Terrier and a Pomeranian. The Boston Terrier is a descendant of the Bull and Terrier, which goes back to English bulldogs and an English terrier called the White English Terrier, which goes back to the black and tan terrier. The Pom was thought to have originated in Russia, where it was first bred for sledding, as a “working” dog, and as a watchdog. The Pom is a toy-sized, short-haired, low-shedding, and hypoallergenic breed of dog. The Boston Terrier is descended from the English Bulldog, which can be traced back to the Lacebark Bulldog, which goes back, in turn, to the Old English Bulldog. The Bossi Poo is a medium-sized, medium-boned, and well-muscled purebred canine that weighs between 15 and 20 pounds. The coat comes in red, brindle, and merle (a combination of black and white). The weight range for males is 13 to 17 pounds and 12 to 16 pounds for females. The height is 11 to 14 inches at the shoulders and 7 to 9 inches at the hips. The head is square, compact, and broad, with a muzzle that is slightly longer than it is wide, tapering slightly. The eyes are dark, round,

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Bossi-Poo Physical Characteristics

The Bossi-Poo is a miniature breed of long haired, non-shedding, hypoallergenic dogs. They weigh between 15 and 22 pounds and stand between 8 and 12 inches at the shoulder. They have a round head, wide nose and eyes, and a medium length muzzle. Their ears are rounded and stand up. They have a curly, silky, thick coat of any color. They are intelligent, playful, affectionate, and loyal.

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Height Range

Male Height Range: 11 – 15 inches

Female Height Range: 11 – 15 inches

Weight Range

Male Weight Range: 25 – 50 lbs

Female Weight Range: 25 – 50 lbs

Bossi-Poo Health

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12-15 yrs

Bossi-Poo Health Concerns

Addison’s Disease, Mitral Valve Disease, Cataracts, Cushing’s Disease

Bossi-Poo Temperament and Behaviour

The Bossi-Poo is a highly intelligent and curious breed that loves to play and socialize. They are independent, yet good-natured, and get along well with other dogs and cats. They are devoted and loyal to their family, but can be territorial and protective of their homes.

Bossi-Poo Activity Requirements

The Bossi-Poo is a cross between a Shih Tzu and a Bichon Frise. They are small, cuddly, and fun-loving. While they are not as high energy as some other breeds, they do require regular exercise. A daily walk or short play session is a good way to keep your playful little pet happy and healthy. While a Bossi-Poo may enjoy the occasional romp in the yard, they do not require a big back yard. As long as they get some exercise and attention, they are happy to live in an apartment or a home with a small yard. If you are looking for a good apartment dog, a Bossi-Poo could be a good choice. They don’t require a lot of space, but they do require some interaction and affection.

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Kennel Club Recognition

American Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Bossi-Poo is part of the Unclassified group.

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The Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Bossi-Poo is part of the Unclassified group.

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Australian National Kennel Council

Not Recognized

Bossi-Poo is part of the Unclassified group.

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Canadian Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Bossi-Poo is part of the Unclassified group.

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