Chinese Foo Puppies and Dogs

A complete guide to Chinese Foo Puppies and Dogs including photos and articles about grooming, training, care tips, exercise needs, male and female Chinese Foo dog names, illness and health problems with a definition and description of Chinese Foo Puppies and Dogs.

Fast Facts & Guide to Chinese Foo Puppies and Dogs

Have a glance at our Fact File and Guide to Chinese Foo Puppies and Dogs. Discover some fast facts to gain a really fast overview of the Chinese Foo.

Chinese Foo Guide and Fact File

Height: Toy 10 inches, Miniature 10-15 inches, Standard 15-18 inces

Weight: Toy 10-20 lbs, Miniature 21-50 lbs, Standard 51 lbs plus

Size of Dog: Available in either Toy, Miniature or Standard sizes

Breed Type and Dog Group: The Chinese Foo is not recognized by the American Kennel Club

Country of Origin of the Breed: China

Exercise Needs: Smaller sizes will enjoy a daily walk, larger dogs will need more varied exercise

Coat Type: The Chinese Foo has a thick double coat ranging from short - long in length

Shedding hairs: The Chinese Foo sheds a moderate amount of hair (average shedder)

Grooming needs: The Chinese Foo should be groomed on a weekly basis

Training a Chinese Foo (Trainability): Moderate


Other Names of Chinese Foo: Mascot of the Tongs, Chinese Choo Hunting Dog

Chinese Foo Lifespan - This dog lives for approximately 10 - 12 years

Number of puppies per litter: The litter size for the Chinese Foo is around 3-6 puppies

Temperament / Behaviour: Courageous, Strong, Alert and Active

We hope that the fast facts and information provided in our Chinese Foo puppy and dog fact file and guide will prove a useful overview of this particular breed. Please click one of the links at the top of the page for detailed articles relating to training, pet care, grooming, personality, exercise needs, male and female Chinese Foo dog names, illness and health problems.


Summary of Chinese Foo Puppies and Dogs

Chinese Foo puppies and dogs are very dignified and elegant animals. They stand proud and have a graceful air about them. The personality and temperament of the Chinese Foo is very well balanced if they are owned by a suitable, firm and experienced handler who knows how to care and look after them properly. With the right training, this breed of puppy and dog can make an excellent family pet. It loves the company and interaction with humans, and is friendly, sociable and loving. This particular breed can be a little difficult to train as it's an independent thinker. The Chinese Foo was bred to guard Buddhist temples and this trait is still very much apparent in their personality and temperament; dogs and puppies from this breed are natural guardians and will remain dedicated to protecting their families.

Choosing Chinese Foo Puppies and Dogs as Pets

Chinese Foo puppies grow into variable sized adult dogs depending on the type i.e. toy, miniature or standard breeds, and the above summary will help you to determine whether they are suitable as a family pet. If you are considering whether to buy a Chinese Foo puppy, adoption is also an option for this particular type of dog, or even selecting one from a rescue centre, or reputable dog breeder. This breed of dog doesn't appear to have any major diseases or hereditary problems connected to it. However, like all breeds their health can deteriorate in different ways. It is important to feed this breed of puppy and dog a very well-balanced diet and to ensure that it is provided with enough daily exercise to keep it both physically and mentally stimulated. The grooming needs for this breed are moderate. They have thick, double-coats which should be thoroughly combed at least once or twice per week.

Chinese Foo Puppies and Dogs
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