The Daisy Dog has life expectancy of 12 to 14 years.
The Daisy Dog is a hybrid dog and a cross of the Bichon Frise, Poodle and Shih Tzu or the Maltese, Poodle and Shih Tzu.
The Daisy Dog’s size depends on their parents, but generally the Daisy Dog weighs 8 to 15 pounds and measures 7 to 11 inches.
The Daisy Dog is a low-shedding breed and can vary in terms of appearance, although they typically resemble teddy bears. The Daisy Dog’s coat may be curly like the Poodle, straight like the Maltese, fluffy like the Bichon Frise or silky like the Shih Tzu. The Daisy Dog’s coat may be short or long and can require no trimming or a regular trip to the groomer. In general, the Daisy Dog should be brushed once a week and bathed every few months.
Regardless of their coat type, the Daisy Dog needs basic grooming. They need to have their teeth brushed, ears cleaned and nails trimmed on a regular basis.
The Daisy Dog is sweet and adaptable.
The Daisy Dog is a loving family companion with a friendly and welcoming personality. The Daisy Dog is not hyper or yappy like some other smaller breeds. Instead, the Daisy Dog is gentle and mild-mannered. They tend to get along well with just about everyone and are quite social.
The Daisy Dog likes to play and can be a good companion for older, gentler children as well as other dogs. They love attention and are happy to give and receive affection.
The Daisy Dog is highly intelligent and eager to please, making them easy to train. They respond well to praise and other positive reinforcement, but do need clear boundaries and direction.
The Daisy Dog has a moderate activity level. The Daisy Dog just needs a daily walk as well as regular time outside in a secure area to run around and play.