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15 Walrus Puppy Facts

August 12, 2018

You read walrus and surely you thought of the water animal, but since you’ve landed here you must know that we’re talking about a dog!

The Walrus dog also goes by the name of Ba-Shar because it’s a mix of a Chinese Shar-Pei and Basset Hound. They have these cute wrinkly faces and sturdy muscular bodies. Our Walrus puppies for sale are just too adorable not to take home. Here are some exciting Walrus puppy facts that shed light on their lovability.

1.) Walrus puppies for sale are intelligent, loyal and affectionate family companions. They love to be the center of attention.

2.) They have been recognized by the Designer Dogs Kennel Club, the Dog Registry of America, Inc., the American Canine Hybrid Club, and the International Designer Canine Registry.

3.) They come in various colors including chocolate, black, white, and brown to name a few.

4.) Walrus puppies have a life expectancy of 8 to 10 years.

5.) Our Walrus puppies for sale can grow to weigh anywhere between 30 to 60 pounds.

6.) He loves to go on walks and is a fairly active dog who also likes to play with his toys and family members.

7.) Unfortunately, they suffer from separation anxiety when they are left alone for too long. As a result, they’ll start to howl and display destructive behavior.

8.) Our Walrus puppies for sale are great with kids.

9.) He is cautious around strangers and also with new experiences. Early socialization will help curtail these behaviors tremendously.

10.) Both Basset Hounds and Shar-Peis have a stubborn streak.

11.) Most Walrus puppies for sale have the long and floppy ears of the Basset Hound and the wrinkly faces of the Shar-Pei. Speaking of their wrinkles, keep them clean and dry to prevent infections.

12.) He should be brushed at least twice a week.

13.) He is low shedding but is not hypoallergenic.

14.) He can be a good watchdog, though he rarely barks.

15.) The Ba-Shar is intelligent and able to learn, but training can be moderately difficult. If you’re a new pet owner, you’ll want to keep this in mind and not be discouraged.

 

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