What are the best characteristics of the breed?
After fourteen years of careful, selective breeding for temperament, conformation, and health we are confident to promote the Toy Panda Dog as na idea toy sized companion breed. They resemble white, red, or black panda bear cubs as puppies, typically growing to be 5 to 18 lbs. Their coat is natural colored and easier to care for than a Shih Tzu. They have better health than a Schnauzer. These dogs are quieter, and lower in energy level than a Jack Russell Terrier. It makes them great for apartment life, they can usually be found cuddled up in their favorite spot napping.
Why is the breed is good for kids?
The Toy Panda Dog is excellent for children because we developed the breed for children. Good nature is its top priority. We used only "child-safe" dog breeds in their development. They love to be involved in family life. Toy Pandas are big on snuggling and little on size. They are guaranteed to entertain you for hours on end!
How was the bred developed?
The Toy Panda Dog is not a hybrid. A hybrid is where you take two purebreds and put them together to get a first generation blend. This is how most designer breeds are made---but the Toy Panda Dog is its own complex breed developed by our team of breeders from many states. It is several generations into development--our club has worked on it almost 15 years. All small toy breeds used were chosen for their health and good temperament. We used Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle and Pug and too many more to list. [Plus this is a trade secret!]
Now they are their own breed: Queen Elizabeth Pocket Pandiebears.