Borkie is a crossbreed of the Yorkshire Terrier and the Beagle, and don’t get confused by the Yorkshire Terrier and Bichon Frise mix. Borkies are fun and loving mix dogs; for their owners, it can be hard to resist them. This breed is very popular because it makes an excellent family dog. Borkie has a high energy level and enjoys being active, so make sure your Borkie gets plenty of walking and playing time in order to release his energy. This breed loves the attention; he will definitely bring a smile on your face. They love to cuddle and snuggle a lot; also, they can easily make friends with other people. Borkies tend to bark a lot and also can howl like Beagles. They are very smart and easy to train; they desire to learn new things, but be patient because they can become distracted easily. This is the breed that can easily be trained even to dance or walk in circles. Borkie is a small-sized breed and weighs between 20 and 25 pounds.
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“Bichon frise” literally translates to “curly lap dog,” which is certainly an accurate description of these little white dogs! Made popular by their use as circus dogs, Bichons love attention and excel in learning and performing tricks. Bichons are lively, cheerful and unconditionally devoted to their owners. They also tend to be more allergy friendly, because they are non-shedding and have hair instead of fur. Bichons are playful and affectionate, are great with children and usually weigh 10-15 lbs. as adults.
The Yorkiepoo is a cross between a Yorkshire Terrier and a Toy or Miniature Poodle. This fun-loving dog is gentle, affectionate and intelligent. At the same time, they love to be active and tend to be vocal, so they make great watchdogs. Yorkiepoos make amusing, devoted companions and are perfectly suited for apartment life, but would also enjoy living in larger spaces.
A small, affectionate dog, the Yorkshire Terrier has been a popular breed all over the world for decades. They were originally “ratters” - bred to catch rats - for the working class of England, and were one of the first AKC registered breeds after their move to the United States in the late 1800s. These days, Yorkies are known for being independent and feisty at times, but they learn very quickly and are keen to be near their owners. Yorkies are small dogs, typically weighing in at an average of 5-7 pounds, and, although nobody can guarantee any dog is hypoallergenic, Yorkies are often referred to as hypoallergenic because they have human-like hair instead of fur.