Thinking of getting a Bichoodle Puppy? Get all the information you need in our dog breed guide to see if a Bichoodle is the right dog for you.
How long will my Bichoodle live? 12-16 years
What will my dogs energy levels be like? High
How big will my Bichoodle grow? 3-6kg
Will a Bichoodle be suitable for my family? Bichoodles are suitable for most families
What size housing is recommended for my Bichoodle? Backyard not essential
Bichoodles are an alert, playful and lively breed, although they are small they are known to be energetic and boisterous. The Bichoodle is an intelligent dog that loves human companionship and enjoys any attention you can give them. Their intelligence makes them fairly easy to train, although they can be stubborn at times so owners must be firm and consistent.
They are generally good around children, although due to their small size are not suited for young children. As Bichoodles can be quite vocal at times, it is important that they are taught from an early age that barking is not okay. If it is an issue that develops it is essential that it is dealt with before it becomes a habit.
It is also important to remember not to ‘baby’ small breeds like the Bichoodle, as they can become bossy and demanding - believing they are the top of the hierarchy in your home. They are also one of the few hypoallergenic breeds making them the perfect companion for people with allergies or asthma.
Bichoodle Health Issues
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA): A group of retinal degeneration diseases that worsens over time and can lead to impaired vision or even blindness.
Patella Luxation: An abnormally shallow groove in the knee, which causes the knee cap (patella) to slip out of position.
Hypoglycemia: A drop in glucose levels which can result in a severe decrease in energy, sometimes to the point of loss of consciousness.
At Kellyville Pets, we encourage responsible pet ownership.
CARE GUIDE © Copyright 2016 Kellyville Pets - All information found in this care guide is based upon our own experience. The information provided is not the only information available. In any medical situations, you should always consult your vet, including questions regarding your pet's diet.