Caring for a Boingle
Feeding: The Boingle should be fed 1 or 2 meals a day. Be careful as they will eat till they get sick.
Living with a Boingle
Personality: The Boingle is a very sweet and playful dog who loves people.
Family Dog: The Boingle makes a great family dog. They typically love to meet new people.
Shedding: The Boingle is a heavy shedder.
Grooming: The Boingle requires very little grooming. They can be bathed when needed a brushed occassionally.
Training: The Boingle is relatively easy to train.
Behavior: The Boingle seems to have two extremes either they are extremely lazy and sluggish or extremely hyper and energetic.
Barking: The Boingle has a very loud bark. They do like to alert you when visitors come to the house.
Exercise: The Boingle needs plenty of daily exercise.
Physical Ability: The Boingle is a very fast runner.
Appearance: The Boingle may have more of a Beagle appearance than a Pointer.
Size: The Boingle is a medium sized dog weighing between 50 to 60 pounds when fully grown.
Companionship: The Boingle makes a wonderful companion dog. They love to be with you and accompany you when you go in the car.
Eyes: The Boingle has round, brown eyes.
Ears: The ears of the Boingle are typically soft and floppy.
Muzzle: The muzzle of the Boingle is very long.
Body: The body of the Boingle can be medium and round in shape or more resemble that of the Pointer.
Forequarters: The Boingle has very muscular forequarters.
Feet: The feet of the Boingle are medium sized and round with no feathering.
Color: The coat of the Boingle is often tri-colored consisting of tan, black & white. It can also be white with tan spots.
Coat: The Boingle has a short, rough coat.
Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Boingle is 12 to 15 years.
Allergies: The Boingle may have a peanut allergy which means they cannot have peanut butter which is common in many dog treats.
Ear Health: The Boingle may be prone to ear infections.
Dental Health: The Boingle typically has good dental health.
Bone Health: The Boingle may suffer from arthritis.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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