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Peekapoo Pug­gle Chorkie

Country Life Every Week - - In The Garden -

A pow­der­puff with paws, the peekapoo is bless­edly free from the res­pi­ra­tory dif­fi­cul­ties that plague Pekinge­ses, thanks to its longer poo­dle snout. A loyal and lov­ing friend, but wary of strangers.

The se­cu­rity-con­scious or deaf—peekapoos make ex­cel­lent, vo­cal watch­dogs Don’t be fooled by the Ti­motei-girl locks. This chi­huahua-york­shire ter­rier cross is plucky to a fault—a Vik­ing trapped in the body of a bal­le­rina. Apt to go tear­ing af­ter mice, rats and much big­ger dogs.

A landowner. No, re­ally. Chorkies need masses of ex­er­cise and are sur­pris­ingly sport­ing There are shades of Harry Pot­ter in the name of this one. Bet­ter look­ing than a full-blown pug (less Serge Gains­bourg, more Steve Mcqueen) and bub­bling over with ea­ger bea­gle charm. Will yowl along to the ra­dio.

Par­ents of sulky teens. There’s some­thing adorably clown­ish and win­some about a pug­gle that’s guar­an­teed to defuse do­mes­tic ten­sion

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