The teddy bear is a hybrid dog that is the result of several different designer dog breeds. They can be the result of the Shih Tzu and Bichon Frize, Shih Tzu and Poodle, and the Bichon Frize and Miniature Poodle. In most cases, teddy bear puppies can be a mix of these three breeds.
Teddy bears vary in size, but are generally quite small, weigh between 12 and 14 pounds, and measure no more than 12 inches. All parent color variants are available in teddy bears. Because they are a mixture of many breeds, sometimes more than 2, they can come in a variety of coats and colors depending on the parent.
This breed is a minimally stray dog with very soft and fluffy fur that resembles a stuffed animal. This breed of dog requires frequent grooming to prevent tangling. They need to be bathed daily and, like all dogs, they also need basic care such as brushing their teeth and trimming their nails regularly.
They are very human-oriented dogs that are very well behaved and friendly. Your teddy bear's temperament will depend on how they were raised, but they are usually affectionate and very playful. They are also very kind and very social and get along with everyone, especially children, other pets, and dogs. They can become very attached to the family and if left too long they can develop separation anxiety.