It's called the "teddy bear dog." Half shih-tzu and half bichon frise. PLEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASE!!!
Mini Teddy Bear puppies are a newer type of cross breed between a Shih Tzu and a Maltese. They are very similar to the full sized Teddy Bear dogs in their disposition, coloring, and temperament, and have also been bred to be hypo-allergenic as well.
There is nothing more fun than looking at photos of dogs (and cats) on the internet. Wait till you see this post though as it will blow you away with its cuteness level! Cute little puppy dogs that look like actual cuddly teddy bears. Gorgeous!
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Chubby little puppy dogs are so very cute, but sometimes they don’t look like dogs at all! In fact, some chubby puppies are being misidentified as sweet and cuddly teddy bears.No, that’s not a teddy bear – it’s a Zuchon! A non-shedding, designer dog breed, the Zuchon is a mix of Shih Tzu and Bichon Frise. This breed is also known by the names of Shichon and Teddy Bear Zuchon (no surprise there). No matter what you call it, this dog will melt your heart […]Whether you have owned a teddy for years, or this is your first time hearing about the most adorable dogs in the world, we are your #1 resource for everything about teddy bear puppies. Also known as Shichon or Zuchon dogs, “Teddy Bear” dogs are quickly becoming one of the most popular designer cross-breeds in the entire country!Teddy Bears are not an officially recognized breed of dog by the AKC. However, it is possible that with several more generations of breeding they will gain that acceptance under the name: Zuchon.The Shih Tzu/Bichon Frise cross is also commonly known as a Zuchon, Shichon, or Tzu Frise. This particular type of designer dog has gained the term “Teddy Bear” because of their small size, delicate features, fluffy coat, large eyes, and general resemblance to a stuffed teddy bear.Teddy Bears are extremely loyal dogs and love physical contact. It is not unusual for a Teddy to take a midday nap on your lap, or at your feet. They usually get along very well with other pets, especially other dogs, and are very good with small children. In fact, they started out being bred as therapy dogs for children with disabilities. Their mild temperament makes them the perfect companion for just about anyone. They do not typically bark, but they will if they sense danger, or when someone new enters their house for the first time.