Yorkie Chon Puppies For Sale
Frequently Asked Questions
A Yorkie Chon is a hybrid breed created by crossing a Bichon Frise and a Yorkshire Terrier.
Yes. They are also referred to as the Yorkie-Bichon, Yo-Chon, Borkie, and Yorkshire Frise.
The average weight of a Yorkie Chon is between 6 to 9 lbs.
The Yorkie Chon Measure between 9 to 12 inches.
The Yorkie Chon was developed right here in the United States.
No. This breed actually has a fairly thick coat that sheds quite a bit.
The Yorkie can be golden, white, black, brown, grey, dark brown, blonde, cream or a combination of these colors.
These little pups are energetic and on the move so they won’t need much in the way of additional exercise. A short daily stroll should be plenty to keep them fit and healthy.
The Yorkie Chon takes on strong personality traits from each of its parent breed. They are energetic, playful and loving attention seekers with a streak of independency and stubbornness.
The Yorkie Chon should be brushed regularly with a grooming brush in order to avoid matting and tangles and also to pick up loose hairs that can be shed onto the floor. Regular scheduled grooming appointments are also necessary to keep their coats trimmed and cleaned as well as their nails, ears and teeth cleaned.
The most common health concerns with this breed include, but are not limited to eye problems, Legg-Calve-Perthes, dental problems and hypothyroidism.
The Yorkie-Chon is known to be vocal, but can be trained at an early age to calm an overabundance of barking tendencies.
The Yorkie Chon can get along well with other animal as long as it is socialized at an early age; taking it to the dog’s park, or visiting friends with pets will help the Yorkie-Chon to socialize.
Currently, they American Kennel Club doesn’t recognize mixed breeds, therefore they are not registered with them.
The Yorkie Chon should be fed ½ cup of high quality dry pet food with lots of vitamins and nutrients separated into two separate meals each day.
The Yorkie Chon also recognized as the Yorkie Bichon, Yo Chon, Borkie and Yorkshire Frise, this designer dog is a cross between the Bichon Frise and Yorkshire Terrier. Though they have been around for a few decades, their popularity has dramatically increased over the last 10 years due to their low maintenance and friendly nature.
Appearance and Grooming
This toy dog, with a blunt muzzle, black nose, round skull and eyes, and a long tail has a dense and hypoallegengic coat making it a perfect pet for allergy sufferers. Regular monthly trimmings are important for this breed as well as daily brushing as their dense hair can become tangled and knotted. Depending on the parents your puppy can be a combination of many colors including, black, blonde, brown, cream, dark, brown, golden, gray, white.
Their energetic spirit partnered with their strong sense of curiosity is surely to keep you on your toes. Though it won’t be spilt evenly, this puppy will inherit combinations of different characteristics of its parents. The boisterous and vocal nature of this high-pitch barker makes for a great watch dog. They are very fond of people and love to get attention, however their curiosity and sometimes stubbornness ways can prove destructive if left alone to long.
Family and Companionship
With a mild temperament with a streak of independence, these dogs make for the perfect companion as they don’t need constant attention. Though they do love human companionship leaving them to entertain themselves for too long can prove to be destructive as they tend to get bored. With their fun loving and playful personality they make for great additions to a family with children and other pets, although it is important to supervise play as these delicate pups think they are large and will not back down. In addition to a family unit, they also fit in perfectly with singles and seniors living in an apartment or house, with or without a yard.
This breed is naturally active, so they don’t require an overly strenuous exercise regimen every day. Though small walks are recommended, allowing them to play freely indoors with plenty of toys will surely burn plenty of calories and help to keep them healthy and trim.
Training and Socialization
You can expect that your Yorkie Chon will be a lively and intelligent little dog. Beginning training at an early age is very important for these pups as they show a high level of intelligence and an interest at a very young age in learning how to do tricks.
Socialization is also important at a young age as your new puppy may start showing negative behaviors, such as territorial aggression, fearfulness, or excessive barking. If these traits are not corrected immediately they can be difficult to change as your dog ages.