Shiranian Breeders in 1 States

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Shiranian Breed Information

If you’re looking for a compact dog that is loyal, affectionate, and adorable looking, consider the Shiranian. This mixed breed is a cross between a Shih Tzu and a Pomeranian. Other names for this breed include Shih-Pom, Pom-Tzu, and Pomshi. Shiranians have some of the best traits of their parents and are not prone to many of the health conditions that afflict their parent breeds. Please continue reading to learn more about Shiranians and see if this dog would be a good fit for your family.

Shiranians are versatile dogs that stand 7-12 inches tall and weigh anywhere from 5-15 pounds. The average lifespan of a Shiranian is 12-16 years. They can adapt to city life and country living. They do well with families with older kids, seniors, and single people. Apartment dwellers and novice pet parents can consider a Shiranian. However, prospective owners of a Shiranian should keep in mind that this dog needs a lot of love and attention to thrive. This is a sensitive pooch that does not do well if left alone for long periods. Also, Shiranians have small bladders and need regular potty breaks. This is a breed that cannot tolerate extreme temperatures.

In terms of personality, Shiranians are very loving towards family members and are friendly with strangers. They do reasonably well with kids and get along moderately well with other dogs in the home and in public.

The good news is that a Shiranian does not shed excessively, nor drool heavily. This is a good choice of dog breed for allergy sufferers. However, the coat does require some time commitment from the owner in terms of grooming care with a daily brushing to remain healthy.

It can be slightly challenging to train a Shiranian. However, these dogs are very intelligent and learn quickly with reward-based approaches. Shiranians have moderate energy levels and their exercise needs are generally low.

Shiranians are not very mouthy, and when properly trained, will not chew stuff around the home. This is not a very vocal breed either. Shiranians do not have a strong prey drive or wanderlust potential.

If you think a friendly and playful Shiranian would be the ideal pet for you, get in touch with reputable and responsible Shiranian breeders on Puppy Hero today. We’ve done all the homework for you by pre-screening all breeders, so you can be sure you’re bringing home a puppy that was raised with love and care.

Shiranian Breeders in 1 States

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