Yo-Chon puppies are known for their adorable looks, affectionate personality and small size, making them popular among families and individuals living in small apartments
Good With Children
Yochon are typically friendly and personable dogs who do well with children. However the size of them makes vulnerable to children and fragile.
Good With Other Pets
Yochans get along with other dogs well, when they are socialized early.
Yo-Chon coats need to be brushed 2-3 times per week to make sure they don’t get tangled or matted. They usually need regular trips to the groomer as well to have excess fur trimmed or stripped.Like many small dogs, Yo-Chons often suffer from dental problems. Regular teeth brushing or the use of other vet-recommended dental cleaning products are a must for this breed. You should also keep their nails trimmed short and check and clean their ears out regularly.
This breed is expected to live for about 10-12 years.
Because of their mixed parentage, Yo-Chons could suffer from any of the inherited health conditions of either Bichons or Yorkies. Some minor conditions they are prone to can be cataracts, and allergies. More serious conditions to pay attention to can be luxating patellas, hip dysplasia, cushings disease and bladder stones.