** What a wonderful cross - between the Mexican Chihuahua and the American Boston Terrier!
Still a small breed, most having the Boston Markings. You get the hardiness of the two breeds,
as well as the sweet way about them. Perfect family dogs and Great companions!
Also Known as: Boston Huahua, Bohuahua, Bo-Chi, Boston Terrier / Chihuahua Hybrid Dogs, Chi-Bo, Boston Chi Parti, Bostonhuahua, Bo Chi
Living with a Bo-ChiPersonality: The Bo-Chi has a bold personality. They are very curious, outgoing and faithful dogs.
Temperament: The Bo-Chi is a friendly and active dog.
Family Dog: The Bo-Chi makes a wonderful family dog. They are typically great with everyone.
Shedding: The Bo-Chi sheds very little and mostly during the summer months.
Grooming: The Bo-Chi requires regular bathing and brushing to remove dead fur.
Training: The Bo-Chi is very easy to train.
Behavior: The Bo-Chi is a laid back dog who like to play on his terms.
Barking: The Bo-Chi is not considered a huge barker but they do like to let you know that someone is at the door.
Weather: The Bo-Chi does not do well in extreme heat or cold.
Exercise: The Bo-Chi requires a lot of room to run as they love lots of exercise.
Physical Ability: The Bo-Chi is an extremely athletic dog.
Living Conditions: The Bo-Chi makes a great indoor dog but they love to have a yard in which to run.
Bo-Chi AppearanceAppearance: The Bo-Chi has a Brindle coat with a white chest, blaze and paws. They typically resemble a small Boston Terrier. They have a proud and alert appearance.
Size: A fully grown Bo-Chi weighs around 10 to 15 pounds.
Companionship: The Bo-Chi makes a wonderful companion dog.
Head: The head of the Bo-Chi is square like a Boston Terrier's often with some wrinkles on the nose.
Eyes: The eyes of the Bo-Chi are big, round, bold, bright and expressive.
Ears: The Bo-Chi has "bat-like" ears. They are erect and larger than those of the Chihuahua, more resembling the Frenchi's, but without rounded tips.
Muzzle: The Bo-Chi has a square muzzle.
Teeth/Bite: The Bo-Chi often has the bulldog underbite.
Neck: The neck of the Bo-Chi is short to medium in length and thick.
Body: The Bo-Chi has a small, muscular body.
Forequarters: The forequarters of the Bo-Chi are stout and wide with the chest proudly desplayed.
Hindquarters: The hindquarters of the Bo-Chi can be slightly stretched back like a Boston Terrier's.
Gait: The Bo-Chi has a quick prancing trot but they are fast.
Feet: The Bo-Chi has small feet that should be in proportion with the body.
Tail: Some Bo-Chis have no tail while other have the corkscrew tail like the Boston Terrrier.
Color: The coat of the Bo-Chi can be many colors or color combinations. A Brindle coat is common in the Bo-Chi.
Coat: The Bo-Chi has a short, shiny coat.
Bo-Chi HealthHealth: The Bo-Chi is a very health dog overall.