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Breed Group: Not AKC Recognized
Pekepoo

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Weight
8-18 lbs
Height
10-12 inches
Color(s)
Variety of colors that include white, brown, gray, apricot, black; may be solid or patterned.
Overview
The Pekepoo, also called the Peke-A-Poo, is created by the crossing of two breeds: Pekingese and Poodle. They are commonly referred to as "designer dogs" and are one of the more popular crosses.
Character
The ideal Pekepoo should be well-built, sturdy, and hardy in appearance. They should possess a lively and keen expression.
Temperament
Devoted, loyal, and affectionate, the Pekepoo is cheerful and loving. They are sensitive, family oriented, and do not do well if ignored or left alone for extended periods of time. Boredom and loneliness will lead to destructive behavior and incessant barking. They do best in a home with older, well-mannered children. They do well with dogs and non-canine pets they have been raised with. Pekepoo's are wary of strangers and will quickly alert their family to visitors and out of the ordinary sounds.
Care
Depending on coat type, the Pekepoo requires daily brushing to prevent matting and tangling or professional clipping. Bathing should be done when necessary using a mild shampoo. Dental hygiene is important to prevent early tooth loss. The Pekepoo may be prone to such health issues as PRA, skin problems, diabetes, anemia, ear infections, and heart disease.
Coat
The Pekepoo may have a double coat that consists of a long, straight outer coat with a short, dense under coat. They may also have a very curly coat or a combination of both.
Training
Early socialization and obedience are recommended. The Pekepoo may be stubborn and difficult to housebreak. The crate training method works best. They will not respond to harsh or heavy-handed methods. Training must be done with firmness, fairness, patience, and consistency.
Activity
The Pekepoo is well suited for apartment living. They are relatively active indoors and should be given a variety of safe toys to keep them occupied. Pekepoo's enjoy family play sessions, securely leashed walks, and off-lead play time in a fenced yard.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Pekepoo puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Featured Pekepoo Breeder

North Country Kennels
Member Since: September 2008
Location: Brainerd, Minnesota
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At North Country Kennel, we breed Goldendoodles to mature between 20 and 60 pounds, depending on the size background of the parents. Our Goldendoodles inherit qualities from the Poodle and the Golden Retriever, creating a dog that is social, great with kids, exceedingly intelligent and easy to trai...

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Anonymous asked:

12/28/2014 12:36:53 PM

12/28/2014 12:36:53 PM

Pekepoo has really bad breath Hi my Pekepoo has really bad breath. She doesn't like the doggy breath treats. No matter how much I brush them her mouth still stinks, what can I do for her?

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Anonymous

Bad breath can be a sign of three things. Bad dog food, an infection tooth or kidney/liver issues. First a foremost, I would take your dog into the vet to get a check up. Once you've ruled out the two possible life threatening issues, then changing her food to a high quality, grain free dog food with help her breath stay fresh and nice.
12/29/2014 1:59:40 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/16/2013 10:58:27 AM

3/16/2013 10:58:27 AM

why does my peek a poo have trouble breathing when he eats

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Anonymous

The Pekingese breed of dog has issues eating/breathing because of the skin that is in the back of the throat. Contact your vet in this situation, as surgery may be needed. But if not, then a wet food needs to be added to your dogs food.
7/15/2014 1:03:27 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/16/2013 10:56:44 AM

3/16/2013 10:56:44 AM

why does my peek a poo have trouble breathing when he eats

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Anonymous asked:

10/12/2012 10:02:33 AM

10/12/2012 10:02:33 AM

I just lost my Pekepoo 12 and a half - how old was she in human years?

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Anonymous

The dog-human years calculator changes almost every year. But on average, it is 10 years for the first two years and then plus four years after that. So by age two, your dog is 20 in human years. So for a dog that was 12 years old in dog years, is an average of 60 human years.
7/15/2014 1:04:59 PM

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9/11/2012 9:50:54 PM

9/11/2012 9:50:54 PM

I just got a 6 month old pekepoo the first 2 days he was all over the house but now his so calm... I just got a 6 month old pekepoo the first 2 days he was all over the house but now his so calm and doesn't move his always laying down. Is this normal ?

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Anonymous

Yes, it means your dog is comfortable in his/her new home.
7/15/2014 1:05:56 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/14/2012 2:24:00 PM

2/14/2012 2:24:00 PM

My mother is looking for a tea-cup pekepoo... is there such a thing?

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Anonymous

Tea cup is a dog that will remain 5# or less as an adult. This also could be considered a "toy" which has a range up to 7-8#. My male pekapoo is 5# and our pups are usually 4.5-6# adult weight.
9/20/2012 9:49:57 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/19/2011 8:34:53 AM

12/19/2011 8:34:53 AM

how much do you feed a pekeapoo puppy

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Anonymous

About 1/2 TBS of wet food daily or just put down dry puppy food for on-demand feeding. I have two adult peke-a-poos and it takes them about 4 days together to go through 2 Cups of dry food.
1/25/2012 9:30:59 PM

Anonymous

Feeding is based on weight of dog. Most reputable companies will provide weight based feeding amounts on their packaging. Divide the 24hr amount by the # of times that you are feeding/day. Don't over feed a dog. Puppies need to be fed 3x daily and adult dogs 1-2 times daily. If they don't eat their whole ration within 20 minutes pick the bowl up. The dog will quickly learn that when it is feeding time, they had better eat it.
9/20/2012 9:55:26 PM

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12/7/2011 10:48:36 PM

12/7/2011 10:48:36 PM

Insofar as peekapoo parentage, what is the difference between a puppy whose mother is a... Insofar as peekapoo parentage, what is the difference between a puppy whose mother is a purebred peke and the father is a purebred poodle VS. a puppy whose mother is a purebred poodle and the father is a purebred peke? What are the distinguishing characteristics of puppies of these different parentages?

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There isn't any difference between which parent is which. Be careful though if one parent is an actual peke-a-poo. Some breeders try to breed out the "peke" part by breeding a peke-a-poo with a pure bred poodle. Others will try to breed out the "poo" by breeding a peke-a-poo with a pur bred Peke. Poodles have a tendency to be hyper with a curly coat. Pekes can be a bit more tempermental but have a silky, glossy coat. The best temperment is when you have an equal mix of both breeds.
1/25/2012 9:37:23 PM

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11/23/2011 6:55:17 PM

11/23/2011 6:55:17 PM

Hello I just received a peke-chi as a gift for my son. She seems very timid and sweet. I was an... Hello I just received a peke-chi as a gift for my son. She seems very timid and sweet. I was an owner for 14 years to THE BEST cocker spaniel and I am clueless about this dog breed. So any info you can give me on this cross breed would be great. Will she be a major shedder? Will she do well with my son who is 4 months now? Will she be difficult to train? Is she a dog that will constantly be sick? Is there something I should look out for? How is her life span? Thanks again -Kelly-

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Anonymous

Yes, the dog will be a major shedder. The dog should do fine with your son, but you must train the dog to respect children and when your child is old enough to teach him to respect dogs. The Pekingese/Pomeranian mix breed of dog is of low-average intelligence, so consistency is the best thing for training for this breed as they can be hard to train. There is no indication that your dog will be sick all the time, but there are health problems with the two breeds. The average life-span would be 12 - 15 years.
7/15/2014 1:32:55 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/28/2011 8:13:23 AM

9/28/2011 8:13:23 AM

My sister is allergic to our peekapoo, but she had a golden retriever, and wasn't bothered as... My sister is allergic to our peekapoo, but she had a golden retriever, and wasn't bothered as much, even when our dog is not in the house. Our Peanut is groomed prof. every month and we brush her often. Why the reaction?

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Anonymous

Pekeapoos are actually known as "hypoallergenic" dogs and are actually recommended for people with allergies. Check with your groomer. My guess is that the actual reaction is to a shampoo that they are using.
1/25/2012 9:39:00 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/1/2011 10:38:51 PM

2/1/2011 10:38:51 PM

I have a friend that wants to find out health information before breeding her 5 and a half year... I have a friend that wants to find out health information before breeding her 5 and a half year old peekepoo, boston terrier mix with a thoroughbred peekepoo. She does not want to risk it if there is any high risks of health issues by doing this. I would be very greatful to anyone who could answer this for me. Shyla is her baby, but someone has told my friend that it is more healthy for Shyla to have atleast 1 litter of puppies.

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Anonymous

I'd check with your vet. The pure Pekeapoo will most likely be smaller than your pke/boston terrier so the size of the pups shouldn't be an issue. However, I had a peke-a-poo who turned out to have a serious heart murmer. They didn't catch it until she was 12 and if I had tried to breed her it would have killed her. Have your vet specifically check for that.
1/25/2012 9:40:59 PM

Anonymous

Breeding is a personal issue and needs to be done for the right reasons for dog and owners. I know of no reason to breed that will produce health benfits for the female especially when the female is already 5 1/2 years old. I can think of multiple health risks for the breeding female. It would be healthier for her to be spayed.
9/20/2012 10:03:36 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/31/2011 12:00:14 AM

1/31/2011 12:00:14 AM

Is a pekepoo hypoallergenic?

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Anonymous

There is no such thing as a truly hypoallergenic dog, however, a Peek a poo most certainly is a dog that can be tollerated more easily (if not entirely) by allergy sufferers. This is a trait that they inherit from the Poodle. The only way to completely know if this dog would not bother a person with allergies is to spend some time in the dogs presense and see if there is any kind of allergy reaction. But chances are good that there won't be. A Schnoodle might be a better choice (1/2 poodle & 1/2 schnauzer) because both the poodle and the schnauzer are breeds that are considered to be great for allergy sufferers (with Peekapoos it's only the Poodle). http://www.dogsdiscovered.com
3/15/2011 1:07:05 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/6/2011 6:52:54 PM

1/6/2011 6:52:54 PM

Do pekepoo's shed alot?

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Anonymous

Peekapoo's do not shed much at all and have to be kept well brushed or their fur matts up quickly.
1/11/2011 7:22:10 PM

Anonymous

Almost no shedding at all. In winter, when a pekepoo's coats are longer they may leave a few little "tufs" similar to cotton balls in their bedding but that's it.
1/25/2012 9:42:00 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/25/2010 6:23:49 PM

10/25/2010 6:23:49 PM

i HAVE A Pekepoo, 2 YRS OLD, BUT SHE ALWAYS HAD A VERY SENSITIVE STOMACH. DO THESE BREEDS... i HAVE A Pekepoo, 2 YRS OLD, BUT SHE ALWAYS HAD A VERY SENSITIVE STOMACH. DO THESE BREEDS OFTEN HAVE SENSITIVE STOMACHS? PLEASE CAN U ANSWER THIS QUESTION REPLY

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Anonymous

I had a Pekepoo when I was growing up. Back then they were just mutts. He was probably the best dog we ever had; intelligent, protective, and quite hardy. We never pampered our dogs and we never had a problem with him eating anything. They are a GREAT breed!
11/24/2010 12:24:38 PM

Anonymous

I have a Pekepoo too, I have found that it had to do with the fiber content. If I stayed at 3% or lower fiber on the package she did well no the vomiting and straining stopped. We use Hills Science Diet Bite Size for Toy Dogs. I am nervous because I will soon switch to for seniors in this brand so hope it will work as well.
12/27/2010 12:49:15 PM

Anonymous

I am on my 3rd and 4th pekeapoo right now. Two have had sensitive stomachs and two haven't. The first one found an old bone in the yard and later developed an infection that I believe led to the life-long sensitive stomach. The other one is on the nervous side. They can eat anything, just be sure to keep it consistent. Don't mix brands if you can avoid it and limit or eliminate table feeding.
1/25/2012 9:44:06 PM

Anonymous

I have owned 5 pekapoos and have had no trouble with sensitive stomachs. Feed them high quality dog food. Avoid feeding table scraps.The only thing that I have noticed is my older dogs occasionally they vomit after drinking too much water or eating too quickly. I think that this is largely due to competition to get the most food, I have 4 dogs eating at the same time.
9/20/2012 10:12:01 PM

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