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Shorkies are sweet and easy going. Shorkies make good companions for singles, and Shorkies are excellent therapy dogs. Cross breeds like the Shorkie are also known as designer dogs or hybrids, which are a deliberate combination of two breeds. Shorkies are non-shedders and are a good choice in hypoallergenic pets. If you have allergies, please visit our "Allergies" link for much valuable information before you buy a Shorkie or any other pet. You will find thatShorkies are an active, feisty, fun-loving dog. Shorkies enjoy life, and love games, walking, and following you through the house. Shorkies can be a good choice for anyone who might be afraid of dogs. Shorkies normally train easily.
Shorkies do well with people of all ages, and Shorkies love to be held and cuddle. Shorkies will adapt to any home, but Shorkies love being with people. Shorkies will normally bark and make a good intruder alert. Shorkies are fun and happy, and many have fallen in love with Shorkie cuddling and companionship. Shorkies may need daily brushing, grooming, occasional baths, and frequent haircuts. Shorkies are loving and gentle, and Shorkies do well with kids. Shorkies were bred to be a small breed hypoallergenic companion dog. Shorkies are one of the most highly sought after designer breeds. Shorkies are intelligent, sweet, and play well with all others. Shorkies love lying in your lap or following from room to room. Shorkies can be active and feisty, and love to play as well as cuddle. Shorkiescan bark to alert, but would offer minimal protection as a guard dog. Shorkies are generally healthy, as long as they are not too small. Shorkies love people and should live indoors with people.
Most Shorkies are too small to live outdoors. The Shorkie has a low-shedding coat with low dander. Shorkies coat is medium to long, and can be straight or wavy. Shorkies coat colors are cream, white, silver, black, brown, brindle, chocolate, and parti. Shorkies need brushing to clean coat and prevent mats. Many Shorkies are kept in puppy cut to reduce the need for brushing and bathing. Shorkies are OK with hair cut twice a year if put in puppy cut, but head may need to be trimmed more often. Shorkies need a bath at least monthly. It is also good to clean Shorkies ears. Shorkies also need teeth cleaned occasionally. Shorkies nails may need trimming twice or so monthly.
Start brushing and grooming your Shorkiepuppy early to get him used to having it done. Always check your Shorkies mouth and ears. Be gentle so yourShorkie likes being groomed and handled. Teach children to be gentle with the Shorkie, and supervise play time.