Pooton puppies are lovable, energetic, and life-long companions. Their small size and sociable personality make them excellent pets for families or individuals living in an apartment. If you’re still on the fence about adopting a Pooton puppy, then read over these quick facts:
Pootons hardly shed
There are many of us out there who love the idea of getting a dog but are held back due to allergies. Thankfully, the Pooton is a low-shedding breed. This means that you won’t have to deal with as much fur or dander as you would with other canine breeds. While no dog is completely hypo-allergenic, Pootons are the closest thing to it.
They love to play
Pootons are fun-loving, playful dogs, and one of their favorite things to do is to play around with the owners. They won’t be bouncing off the walls with energy, but they also won’t be laying around on the couch all day either. They love playtime, and you won’t see them more excited than when you take them out for a game of fetch.
They’re a mix between Poodles and Coton de Tulears
While we don’t know much about the history of the Pooton, we do know that they’re a hybrid breed of Poodles and Coton de Tulears. Cotons come from Madagascar and are related to the Bichon Frise and the Maltese. Poodles, on the other hand, likely come from Germany (though some accounts dispute this). Pootons are typically descended from Miniature or Toy Poodles.
Pootons are great for families and single households
Pootons are small dogs who love being around people. This makes them great for families, but also for single households who are craving some extra company. Their small size ensures that they can be comfortable in an apartment or around kids, while their sociability guarantees that they’ll always be by your side, no matter what. They are especially great companions for small children.
To learn more about Pootons, or to adopt a Pooton of your own, contact Family Puppies today!