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Bologco:Dog Breed Profile

Bologco has a compact body, but not a subtle one. Bologcos have strong muscles and usually weigh less than 15 pounds in adulthood. The head is round, with an average length of muzzle and a matching black nose. This face is most like a Bologna dog. It has oval black eyes, but its smooth ears are obviously Cocker dogs. Its long ears hang down and curl. Bologco's legs are short and the body is longer than bologco's height, which makes bologco look very low. The back of the tail also has a sickle shaped curve.

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Bologco Breed Characteristics

  • About Bologco Breed

    Name: Bologco

    Height:  12-15 inches

    Weight: 12-17 lbs

    Lifespan: 12-14 years 

    Coat Density: Dense

    Coat Texture: Wavy

    Puppy price: $400-$600

    Temperament: active, friendly, loyal

    Suitable for:  Families with older children, singles and seniors, apartments, houses with/without yards

    Bologco's mandible is well developed and the upper lip does not cover the lower lip. Bologco's lips are black. Bologco's teeth are white, strong and well arranged. Bologco's eyes are very developed, big and round. The edge of the eyelid is black and the iris is dark ochre. The ears are tall, long and drooping, but hard at the bottom. The tail is bent on the back. Bologco is 10.5-12 inches tall for men and 10-11 inches tall for women. The weight varies from 4.5 to 9 pounds.

    Bologco is a mixture of two high-energy varieties. Due to its small size, Bologco needs a lot of exercise every day. It doesn't have to be very intense. Instead of focusing on dressing up for your meal, take part in some stimulating games and exercises to satisfy bologco. Psychological training can include learning new skills to make the body and mind work together. This energy output will help your bologco develop a healthy personality without potential behavioral barriers. You can run around the sofa or backyard with Bologco once a day. Bologco can do all the daily psychological and physical exercises indoors, which is very suitable for apartment life. This combination is also highly tolerant to hot and cold weather, but bologco's indoor living arrangements make it possible to live anywhere. Bologco is a mixture of Bolognese and Cocker dogs. Bologcos are small, round headed, with soft ears and rectangular eyes. Bologco's fur is thick and silky, of medium length, and comes in many colors, including cream, apricot, black, blue, sable and mailer.


Bologco Breed Daily Care

Bologco is a hypoallergenic hybrid, or at least tends to be hypoallergenic. 

Bologco's hair will continue to grow, because Bologco will not fall off, you will have to keep diligent beauty practice. When brushing, clean her ears with a veterinarian approved solution to remove any dirt, wax or debris, as the mixture can cause ear infections. As a hypoallergenic blend, avoid bathing, adhere to regular brushing to distribute natural oils, eliminate dead and loose hair, and remove dirt and debris from the coat.


You can choose high protein dog food for bologco. Bologco would like a mix of canned and dry food. Try to get high quality dog food. You can choose dog food for bologco without excessive additives.


Bologco may suffer from a variety of problems, including heart problems, patellar dislocation, skin irritation, eye infection, and periodontal disease.


Bologco can alert potential dangers and become a good watchdog. Bologco is playful and affectionate and has a close relationship with the host. Bologco likes to be with other dogs, pets and children. Young children should be supervised around the Bologna dog (like all small breeds) to protect the Bologna dog. Bologco likes to be with his family, so he shouldn't be left alone often. Bologco is conservative to strangers, but not aggressive.

Bologco will shed tears on a regular basis. If not wiped off, it will discolor the hair near the eye tube. Bologco rarely shed and does not shed seasonally. Therefore, it is very important to sort out and sort out bologcos.


The willing dog responded well to obedience training. Bologco is a mess outdoors; he is quiet and happy indoors. Bologco is friendly to strangers. Let bologco get used to people and noise since childhood.

This kind of mix and match will not only make people inarticulate, but also be afraid of noise and children, which will lead to behavioral problems. However, borogo will be very nice with strangers and very friendly. A gentle, cheerful voice conveys the safety of this blend. Bologco is a special companion for other dogs and even cats. Bologco does like to play and may chase the family cat for a few minutes, but it will settle down soon. Bologco is an intelligent hybrid and easy to train. However, bologco's sensitivity requires mild training. There is no tough or harsh voice for this combination. Bologco needs a lot of mental and physical stimulation to live a healthy life every day.

Bologco is loyal and focused, likes to be noticed, and needs to establish a strong connection with the host. Bologco not only needs continuous and firm training to control himself, but also needs a lot of physical and mental exercise to control his energy level.


Because of the size of this breed, bologcos are prone to dog syndrome, which is human induced behavior, and dogs think they are the leaders of human beings. This can lead to many behavioral problems, including separation anxiety and timidity.

However, dogs should brush at home several times a week and lighter colors will show more dirt and stain than darker ones. Bologcos are available in a variety of colors and stripes. Lighter colors include silver, platinum gold, champagne, cream and apricot, and darker colors include black, seal, mellos, sable and tan, usually with white stripes. Bologco is a dog and pet companion, although they do need exercise. And bologcos are small enough to live in apartments or apartments, as long as they can walk regularly, although, like any pet dog, a fenced yard is ideal for supervising dogs. Bologcos are big enough to walk with a leash, to go to the park or even to the beach. But bologco craves friendship and should not be left alone in the backyard.

Bologco can alert potential dangers and become a good watchdog. Bologco is playful and affectionate and has a close relationship with the host. Bologco likes to be with other dogs, pets and children. Young children should be supervised around the Bologna dog (like all small breeds) to protect the Bologna dog. Bologco likes to be with his family, so he shouldn't be left alone often. Bologco is conservative to strangers, but not aggressive.

Bologco will shed tears on a regular basis. If not wiped off, it will discolor the hair near the eye tube. Bologco rarely shed and does not shed seasonally. Therefore, it is very important to sort out and sort out bologcos.


Bologco Breed History

Bologco is a cross between Bologna and Cocker. As a companion and designer dog breeder, it's a good manners, sweet combination is perfect for family and small space life. These little-known hybrids, parent varieties are well known, bologco's long, beautiful coats. Borlaug needs to dress up every day to keep his appearance. Sometimes a little submissive, borogo is a sensitive combination that needs a patient family and a happy home.

Bolognese

Bologco is a hybrid of Bolognese and Cocker. As is known to all, dogs and modern designers have no intention of being a long-term companion. Therefore, the owner must look at the history of the breed parents to understand the history of this hybrid. Bolognese is a toy companion breed of the water hound family. Prostitutes and aristocrats in France and Italy maintained this breed. Bologco, also known as Beauchamp Bologna, is closely related to Beauchamp's curly hair. Curly hair is a French word for curly hair, which refers to close relatives with soft curly hair on white coated toys. The Italian name for this breed, Bolognese, refers to the Italian province of Bologna, where the breed is considered to be developed.

Cocker Spaniel

The cocker spaniel is divided into two breeds, the British and American Cocker Spaniel, and is part of a larger Spanish family. Hound family is an ancient and huge family, divided into two categories, water hound and land hound. The cocker retriever belongs to the land type and is small in size. The cocker spaniel is bred for its ability to kill wood chickens, which gives it its name. Spain refers to Spain, where all the hounds were developed before they were imported. Cocker Spaniel was widely welcomed as a type of dog in the 19th century, and some champion dogs appeared in the United States and the United States. The popularity and acting skills of this breed have shifted people's attention from hunting to acting. However, the cocker retriever still retains bologco's hunting ability in the sports group. Today, the Borlaug dog is recognized by the American crossbreeding club, the design Dog Club, the American dog registry and the international design dog registry. Loyal to both parents, this kind of hybrid is bred for company and has the sweetest character. Bologco is also a perfect mix of apartments for small spaces.

Bologco was the first generation (F1) designer to mix two purebred dogs - the bichonian Bologna from Italy and the Cocker Spaniel from the United States. This blend is a bit hypoallergenic because bologco's wavy to loosely curly hair keeps growing, so it doesn't fall off. Bologcos are sturdy puppies with strong bones that are suitable for playing or walking with children and / or going to the park, but bologcos are small enough to live in apartments or apartments.

Bologco's body is usually longer than Bologco's height because Bologco tends to have shorter legs, Bologco has a broad chest and a short neck. Bologco has a beard, which makes Bologco people look very cute, but below the beard, Bologco has a very beautiful shape, a longer tone, and enough space for accurate scissors bite with neat teeth. Bologcos are not "dirty faced" dogs, so they don't have breathing or snoring problems, and they don't overheat from normal exercise. In addition to the hound like ears, the bologcos are more bearish than American Cocker dogs. However, Bologco doesn't have super curly, rope coat of Bologna, because Bologco's hair is more relaxed. This is a natural puppy with no hook on its tail and usually curls on its back. And the exposed claws won't be removed, because the bologcos are tightly connected to the bones and nerves, and the exposed claws help the dog keep balance when turning fast. Bologcos is a small dog with short distance from the ground, smaller females and larger males. Height varies, but bologcos are generally within the height range of mini poodles. Mini poodles are more than 10 inches tall, but the highest point of shoulders is less than 15 inches. However, the chest of a Bologna is much wider and deeper than that of a mini poodle, so bologco weighs more than a mini poodle.