Breed Info


Sweet & Cuddly

  • Alert and intelligent
  • Clever
  • They love children, adults and other pets
  • Include themselves in the family activities
  • Willing to please and very trainable


Sturdy & Appealing


  • Sturdy frame
  • Broad head and wide ears
  • Almond-shaped eyes
  • Short muzzle
  • Long pointed tails

Coat Type and Color:

  • Dense
  • Fluffy
  • Silky
  • Varying colors


Low Activity

  • Exercise helps with staying physically fit and mentally sharp
  • Playing and exercise can help combat boredom
  • These pups love playing with toys and other dogs
  • They enjoy a good challenge

We Recommend:

  • 30 minutes of daily activity
  • 4 miles of walking per week

The Daisy Dog is a newer breed, made up of 3 purebreds.

The History of Poodles

  • Can be traced to Roman & Egyptian times
  • The French used the variety of poodle sizes for duck hunting, sniffing out truffles and small companions
  • Used in circuses because of how quickly they learned tricks
  • Was the most popular breed in America from the 1950's to the 90's

The History of the Bichon Frise:

  • Originated in the Mediterranean
  • Intelligence and charm made them great royal companions
  • Performers in circus shows and street acts
  • Breed introduced to United States in 1956

The History of the Shih Tzu:

  • One of the oldest breeds
  • Favored by Chinese royals and can be traced back to the Tang dynasty- 618-907
  • During the Chinese Revolution, this breed was almost eradicated


  • Low maintenance
  • Only bathe as needed with shampoo for sensitive skin
  • Brush twice weekly
  • Ears should be checked and cleaned weekly to avoid ear infections
  • Trim nails as necessary
  • Brush teeth a few times a week to prevent infection


  • Smart and willing to please
  • Relatively easy to train
  • Daisy Dogs are sensitive, so they need gentle tones and positive reinforcement
  • They enjoy a good challenge