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Pushon:Dog Breed Profile

Pushon is not a purebred dog. Pushon is a cross between a beagle and a pug. So pushon is a real family type of dog. It means pushon likes to do everything with you, including playing outside. In fact, one of pushon's favorite things to do is curl up in his lap and watch TV.

If you open the door and let pushon run free, pushon will be disappointed. However, it also means that if you can't spend a lot of time with pushon, pushon may develop separation anxiety. This is never a good thing, because pushon often translates into bad behaviors, such as chewing and barking. In fact, you have to train pushon to use it only when it's important, otherwise pushon will remind you of every little thing. However, don't worry about training pushon to become too calm and lose the tendency to be a watchdog. You can never really get a watchdog out of trouble.

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Pushon Breed Characteristics

  • About Pushon Breed

    Name: Pushon

    Height: 10-13 inches

    Weight: 11-14 lbs

    Lifespan: 12-14 years

    Coat Density: Dense

    Coat Texture: Straight

    Puppy Price: $400-$1000

    Temperament: Social, playful, energetic, loyal, and intelligent

    Suitable for: Active family

    Small, round claws mean pushon can open a dime and move quickly. Pushon's face is round, and pushon usually has a medium-sized tone, and pushon's eyes are round, dark, and full of expected light. The ears are the widest triangles, and droop when they extend from the head. The tail of a push can be straight or curled on the back. The appearance is charming and has the real lovely attraction. It is difficult to ignore pushon dog. Once you enter your home, pushon will always be in your heart.

    Bold pushon likes to be part of a family with children, pets and other dogs, and brings happiness to the lucky character of a pug and gentle, sensitive nature than bear fries. Pushon is very sociable. His favorite thing is to be with pushon's human backpack all day long - preferably on his lap. Although pushon may be a bit stubborn and nagging when communicating his expectations, a little social activity will help curb these behaviors, but pushon's alert Mini watchdog will never be tamed. Because both parents quickly established contact with their families and developed separation anxiety after a long time away, pushon would almost certainly follow suit.

    Pushon is a dog that can poop on its own. Pushon can consume extra energy without your help. However, pushon still needs you because it's easy to get bored. You need to challenge pushon regularly to keep him mentally. The best way to exercise the thruster is to take pushon a few steps throughout the day. Taking pushon to the dog park is a good way to cheer pushon up, especially because pushon is such a friendly dog who doesn't mind his pushon animals or people. However, if your poodle is more like a pug than a poodle, keep pushon indoors on a particularly hot day because pushon has breathing problems in hot weather.

Pushon Breed Daily Care

Pushon is not often considered a hypoallergenic hybrid. However, such dogs may be more susceptible to allergies because pushon is less shedding than pushon's Pug parents, and bison tends to be hypoallergenic. Like all so-called "hypoallergenic breeds," you always want to spend time with the dog and make your own decisions, rather than relying on what's usually said.

You should remember to wipe away wrinkles or wrinkles on your skin carefully. Check your eyes and ears regularly to make sure pushon is healthy. Then, you may need a quick manicure to finish the grooming. Of course, your pushon will expect a lot of praise, perhaps a small treat for such a good performance.

The carding needs of pushon dogs vary from dog to dog. It all depends on which parent pushon likes. Anyway, you should expect to brush pushon's teeth every day to make him look healthy and without a cushion. In addition, pushon reduces the amount of shedding that you have to clean around the house. If your pushon's coat is long, you may need to see a professional beautician from time to time to help you maintain it. Maybe one of the most important things you can do for pushon is to brush pushon's teeth regularly. Smaller dogs are prone to dental problems because pushon's teeth are too big for his mouth and overlap ("overcrowding"). Brush your teeth two or three times a week to keep them clean. You should also check and clean pushon's ears once a week if pushon inherits soft ears. This will reduce the build-up of water in the body, which can lead to infection.

Pushon is an energetic dog that needs a nutritious kibble designed for pushon's age, size and activity level. Be sure to choose foods with high protein content and low stuffing content, such as carbohydrates, which will make pushon hungry, overeating or stealing food from his pushon pet bowl. Because this little guy may suffer from joint disease in his later life, it is very important to keep pushon's weight at an ideal level, so plan to give pushon two or three small meals a day instead of allowing him to eat freely and possibly overeat. Since this dog may inherit the flat, short headed face of a pug, in order to eat, pushon needs to push the whole face into the food, which will cause pushon to swallow the air and become excessively flatulent (and messy), so consider looking at some specially designed tilted food and water plates to make it easier for this kind of dog to touch pushon's food.

Because Pushons are usually designed to eliminate many of the health problems that plague parents of purebred dogs, pushon is usually quite healthy. In other words, it's important to read carefully about the problems your new pup may inherit, including breathing problems with Pug's short head and face, cataracts and dry eyes, and joint problems in both breeds, including patellar dislocation and hip dysplasia. If your pushon inherits the heavier facial wrinkles common in Pugs, it may also be susceptible to skin infection if it is cleaned irregularly / daily to prevent bacterial accumulation. Although this list looks a bit scary, it's a healthy puppy who may never have experienced health problems in his life.

Pushon will enjoy his time in the dog park. Pushon is not shy, and he will not hesitate to receive a bigger dog game. Pushon may be affected by hot weather, especially if pushon inherits the Pug's push face, so take pushon out when it's cooler in the day. These ready to please puppies respond well to training and happily learn new techniques to show off. When pushon is tired, pushon will land on your lap, ready to kiss and hug.

Although both parents are smart enough to take orders quickly, it may take extra patience for pushon to be a little bit stubborn if he really wants to follow orders. Taking a firm, consistent approach, offering a lot of praise and reward for a good job, the dog will definitely thrive on attention, so it will be a good way to attract pushon. For puppies who are known for challenging domestic violence, consider training in a cage and arranging a day's "urinal break" to help pushon develop a habit that will work for both of you. In addition, obedience training and socialization need to start when pushon is young to avoid an unruly nagging dog. You can simply expose pushon to new scenes, sounds and faces in a controllable and positive environment, which will greatly help him adapt to the new environment and reduce his reaction. Because this is a smart, naughty puppy, any training that allows pushon to demonstrate his agility and acting skills will be appreciated, and there is a way to connect with your new puppy.

Pug and Bichon are smart breeds, and pushon can understand your commands and execute them quickly. However, pushon tends to be more stubborn than his parents. One of the best ways to get your audience to listen to you is to praise more. This dog loves the people of pushon, and pushon likes to pay attention, so when pushon's owner lets pushon know that pushon is doing well, this is the final push. If you find yourself with a particularly stubborn pushon, don't be afraid to ask a professional coach for help. Whatever you do, don't give up. When you let go of bad behavior, pushon will only get worse and eventually become permanent.

Pushon can be a clown, entertaining pushon's family or just showing off in general. Pushon likes to be noticed and gets attention through acting. These are real companion dogs, pushon loves people and expects people to love pushon. Sweet temperament, is an ideal family pet, as kind as children and their pushon pets. Pushon often forms strong ties with animals that pushon and pushon grew up with, such as cats and even rabbits. Pushon is lively and nosy. Pushon wants to know what everyone is doing so that he can help. You won't feel lonely. Pushon is well adapted to small houses or apartments, but can do just as well in rural settings, as long as pushon lives in them. Pushon is not an outdoor dog. If your pushon dog inherits the pugg dog's face and mouth, then pushon will suffer from high temperature, so make sure that pushon has a cool bolt hole in the house where he can retreat in the heat wave.

When strangers are nearby, these brave puppies will warn you, and when pushon guards your territory, pushon will bark to warn you. Pushon likes to praise, when asked to learn new tricks, pushon will respond well to good words and desserts. Patience, calmness and emotion are all that is needed to keep this cute little behavior.

The lively pushon is a real people pleasing and love becomes part of all family activities. Whether it's interactive game time, pushon can perform tricks of treatment and praise or just sit in a welcome circle. This puppy needs to be close to big personality and will bark without hesitation to let everyone know. When it comes to barking, the dog does have a tendency to become nagging, and early socialization is needed to curb this annoying behavior. Although this makes pushon a good watchdog, he is not so much a good apartment neighbor as a good watchdog. Because pushon comes from two species known to suffer from separation anxiety disorder, it can be a problem to keep pushon at home for a long time, such as on weekdays, because destructive behaviors such as constantly barking, chewing / scratching furniture, and even urinating at home can be a problem. While pushon may be a bit stubborn in following the rules, a little socializing will help curb it. This puppy's ideal home will have a family member present or backup plan, such as walking the dog who can visit all day, you can give pushon the eager attention and let pushon go for a walk several times.

Pushon is a busy dog. Pushon can run around the house, play with toys, chase the ball and get tired. That is to say, a regular exercise program is necessary to keep the smart boy mentally stimulated, which can be achieved by taking a few short walks every day. Due to pushon's bold, unsophisticated nature, a dog park is a great choice, breaking the rules will definitely help fatigue this active puppy out. If pushon inherits a Pug's flat face, pay close attention to the weather, because too much heat can cause serious breathing problems. In hot weather, keep a short walk, play indoors, and always take plenty of fresh water as a break time.

Due to pushon's bold, unsophisticated nature, a dog park is a great choice, breaking the rules will definitely help fatigue this active puppy out. If pushon inherits a Pug's flat face, pay close attention to the weather, because too much heat can cause serious breathing problems. In hot weather, keep a short walk, play indoors, and always take plenty of fresh water as a break time.

Pushon Breed History

Pushon is a rare hybrid dog, and there is little data on the origin of pushon, but looking at the history of pushon's parent dogs, we can see what they have in common.

Due to pushon's design dog status, it is likely that pushon first appeared on the scene as early as the 1980s, when North American breeders first began crossbreeding two or more pure bretzer dogs with the goal of producing a pet that would normally be healthier, sometimes not shed or milder than many more popular breeds. For puson, his purebred parents include pug and Bichon, and pushon has an impressive history, as opposed to his offspring's recent pedigree.


Pug first appeared in ancient China, was the favorite of the Chinese emperor, and later became the favorite of Tibetan Buddhist monks. In the 16th century, this energetic dog appeared in the court of Europe. Before it came to North America in the 19th century, the pug once again became the favorite of the royal family and even lived forever in Goya's paintings.

Pug is an ancient breed originated in Asia 400 BC, where the pug dog is a pet of Tibetan temples. The harpdog became popular in the royal family in the 19th century, and spread to Japan and Europe, became the Royal pet, and even the official dog of the orange house in the Netherlands. The dog, whose owner is Prince William II, reportedly warned them of approaching the Spaniards in 1572 and saved the dog's life. In France, Napoleon's wife Josephine had a harpoon, and when he was in prison, she used his pet to hide the note under pushon's collar to convey secret information to her husband. In 1860, when the British took over the Chinese palace, pushon found several dogs and brought the pug back to England, the rest of which was history. In 1885, the American Dog Club accepted the dog.

Bichon frise 

The origin of beagles dates back to the 13th century. This breed is the offspring of Babbitt and poodles. Spanish sailors exchanged the dog on their way around the world, because pushon was a popular ship mate. The Beagle became the darling of the 16th century French court for its charming appearance and likeable will. This feature was used in the 19th century when the Beagle was a dog with a accordion grinder and also as a circus performer. Pushon's ability to learn new skills and his brave social nature make pushon a natural actor. Today, the dog is a companion and performance dog, often winning the heart because of pushon's performance skills. Soft white fur and lovely eyes make pushon still a popular dog. The Beagle was first recognized by the American dog club in 1972.

Although you might think that Bichon originated in France, Bichon's hometown is actually Spain, where Bichon is often bartered by sailors who travel all over the world - so the dog eventually settled in the Canary Islands. It was not until the 14th century that Bichon was brought back to Europe. Bichon's sweet nature made it the favorite of Italian nobles and a popular theme of the famous artist Goya. Fast forward for hundreds of years. After a period of ups and downs, this lively dog was named French National Kennel Club in 1933. At that time pushon was known as Tenerife and Bichon and the club proposed the name Bichon, well, the rest is history. Bison first came to North America in the mid-1950s.

Why is pushon afraid of anyone? Pushon plays with everyone, because pushon knows that if someone does something pushon doesn't like, pushon has the confidence to face pushon. If you can face pushon's stubborn problem earlier, you should be able to train pushon to solve it. However, if you let pushon go too long, you will have a dog that is too willful. When it is important for pushon to do so, pushon will not listen. If you're not sure pushon will listen to you when you try to protect a dog, you can't take pushon for a walk around. If you find that you've done everything, and you can't seem to overcome pushon's stubbornness, you may want to get pushon into obedience school. The sooner you solve the problem, plus additional intervention, the more likely you are to stop pushon before the bad behavior becomes permanent.