By Avatar photoShiloh Nevada Last updated: 18th October 2022

Daisy Dog


Avatar photo Shiloh Nevada
Last updated: 18th October 2022

The Daisy Dog is a unique mix between the Shih-Tzu, the Bichon Frise, and the Poodle. With their adorable looks and a sweet temperament, these little size crossbreeds make a perfect family dog. These dogs are not very common, and if you desire to adopt a puppy as a pet, it might be a little tough for you to find one easily. These wooly dogs have a wide, round head with floppy ears, round black eyes, short muzzle ending in a dark, triangular stop. These well-mannered dogs would keep you entertained all day by their sweet expressions, and making interestingly funny faces.

Daisy Dog Pictures

Quick Description

Also known asShichon Poo
CoatSilky, dense
ColorsBlack, Blue, Brindle, Brown, Gray, Silver, White
TypeToy dog, companion dog, lap dog
Group (of Breed)Crossbreed
Lifespan12 to 15 years
Weight10-30 pounds
Height (size)Small; 10-12 inches
TemperamentAlert, intelligent, cheerful, loving
Good with ChildrenYes
Good with PetsYes
Country of OriginUSA
Competitive RegistrationDRA


Temperament and Behavior

The daisies have an extremely loving nature with a friendly, welcoming demeanor. Adaptable and modest as they are, they rarely yap or shout, nor are they hyper towards other pets or kids. Their sociable nature made them enjoy human company as also tolerant towards strangers. However, they wouldn’t miss alerting their masters if they sense anything unusual.

They love to play and cherish each and every moment in the company of its family members. They also cherish attention and are ready to do anything to win the favor of their masters.



The Daisies are active and energetic by nature and hence need a pretty good amount of exercise and activities every day. Take them out for at least one long walk or a jog session. If you would let your dog loose from its leash in an open (but enclosed) yard, it would enjoy the moments running and playing around with you and your family friends. This should also keep it happy and mentally sound.


Take proper care of its long, silky coat. Brush it at least twice to thrice a week to ensure that the coat retains its natural sheen and smoothness. This would also keep the coat from frequently getting matted. These dogs can have both long and medium coats. If your dog has its coat long, you can clip its coat when the hairs have grown too big to interfere with its normal vision. But it is best if you seek professional help.

Regardless of their type of coat type, these Dogs need other basic grooming on a regular basis like brushing their teeth, cleaning their ears and trimming their nails. Some owners also enjoy ornamenting their Daisy dogs with accessories like tags, collars, etc.

Health Problems

The Daisies are generally a healthy breed and, like most other crossbreeds, do not have any specific ailments or diseases. However, you just can’t ward off common health issues seen in other dog breeds, or even the heredity factors. It is also important to be well-informed about the genetic histories of its bloodline. Make sure, you get your puppy from an honest breeder who can provide you with its health clearance certificate.


The highly intelligent Daisy Dogs are ever eager to see you smile and satisfied, thus making them easy to train. Socialize them from an early age by introducing them to your children and other pets. Ask your friends and relatives to step in so that your new pup gets acquainted with new faces.

They respond well to praise and other ways of positive reinforcement. You can give them food rewards as well just to show that you appreciate. But do hold its rein in strict hands. Act as the leader of its pack. This should keep a check on any possible cases of misbehavior in future.


Serve them high-quality kibbles if you would prefer a dry food for your dog. Otherwise, stick to the same diet routine as the other dogs of its size, activity and energy levels.

Interesting Facts

  • The Daisy Dog does not do well in hot or warm temperatures.
  • These dogs are proud possessors of all the personal things of fun and comfort that you would gift them, like toys, blankets, etc.

11 responses to “Daisy Dog”

  1. Sophia Schaefer says:

    Interested in Daisy Dog puppy

  2. Melody says:

    I want to buy a daisy puppy from a breeder who is honest and reliable also making sure has healthy puppies can you help me

  3. Kris Parker says:

    My name is Kris Parker. I purchased a 4 lb. Yorkie from you in 1993 or 94 Charlie Chaplin. He was a great dog he rode across the country with us on our bike. I’m looking for another small 4 or 5 lb. Dog to fit our active life style. We bike alot and our yorkies have also gone with us where ever we go. Kind of looking for a female. Small size is important.

  4. Hope says:

    I’m getting my Daisy puppy on Tuesday and we’re hoping this info really helps!!

  5. Jane Barr says:

    Im preparing and hoping for a little Daisy puppy any time this year or next. The sooner the better, of course. I would appreciate info on your location and pricing. I am a doggy lover to the extreme. Please email me as soon as convenient. Thank you kindly. Jane

  6. Natalie says:

    I too am looking for a Daisy Dog bitch after meeting a 4 year old today. Bred on the Isle of Man. It would be the perfect companion for my Bichion. Anyone able to offer contact details of breeders please.

    Than you ????

  7. Sandy Berryman says:

    Hi, My name is Sandy and I have been recommended to you by Kay Cull North Carolina who has purchased 3 dogs from Ms. Peterson. I live in the Ann Arbor area and am wondering if you have pups available.

    I would appreciate a response. Please call or respond via text (313 820 6891) to whom I can call.

    Thank you,

  8. Kelly Kruppa says:

    Iam very interested in finding more information on daisy dog picture…the blonde pup. or interested in finding out prices please…or pitbull shitzu pups…

  9. Carol Lightfoot says:

    This is exactly the wonderful temperment I’ve been looking for. I am retired and need a sweet companion if not too expensive. I don’t care about colors, I would love them all.

  10. Annette Birmingham says:

    Hi i am looking for a daisy dog, preferrably blonde, reddish, or a mixture of both. This dog would mainly be for our 11 year old daughter who really wants a fur baby to love

  11. Kathy Gaw says:

    I am looking for a small puppy or young dog for our home. My husband and I are empty nesters now that the kids are in college and working. Can you help us?

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