Breed Info


Independent & Curious

  • Curious and eager to explore
  • Love spending time with their people
  • Soft and sweet nature
  • Family-friendly
  • Great companions


Compact & Proportionate


  • Toy sized
  • Round heads
  • Ears that stand up or hang
  • Blunt muzzle
  • Compact bodies

Coat Type and Color:

  • Can exhibit either parent breed's characteristics
  • Long and silky hair
  • Soft, dense, curly hair
  • White
  • Cream
  • Golden
  • Blue
  • Brown
  • Gray
  • Black


Medium Activity

  • Energetic with low exercise demands
  • High prey drive
  • Curious- give them space to explore safely

We Recommend:

  • 2-3 short daily walks
  • Daily mental challenges with toys, training and games to help them stay happy and out of trouble

This breed developed in the United States around 2000. Yorkie Chons are a mix between the Bichon Frise and the Yorkshire Terrier.

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 Yorkshire Terrier:

  • Originated in England
  • Bred for hunting rodents
  • Recognized by American Kennel Club in 1885
  • Popular for showmanship and affectionate personalities


  • High shed rate
  • Brush 3 times per week
  • Bathe when necessary
  • Check and clean ears regularly
  • Trim nails as necessary
  • Brush teeth a few times per week


  • Early training and socialization is recommended
  • Intelligent- consistent training and upkeep will help your dog be happy and well behaved
  • Address excessive barking with early training
  • Have patience, and use praise