These pudgy teddybears are puppies you've already guessed. But what an interesting new breeds we are developing! As newborns they look like adorable wild animal babies, resembling fox kits, lion cubs, or BEAR CUBS of course! But as they mature they start to look like the big dog breeds they are named after.
Rottiebears resemble the well-loved black and tan Rottweiler.
Bulliebears are patterned after the pudgy English Bulldog.
Boxerbears look like...Boxers of course...only little!
Panda Dogs mimic the adorable the Giant Pandas of China
You will find Queens Bear cubs beautiful with their baby faces and sweet dispositions. They have muscular little bodies you'll love to hold. They keep the personality and charm of their larger mastiff heritage, but are so much easier to carry, many maturing between 5 and 15 lbs. That's small enough to ride in your shoulder bag. Queens Bears are nimle on their feet and not easily injured. Excellent as trick dogs, they can climb ladders, and will perch on your shoulder or lie on the back of your sofa if you let them. Queens Bears are healthy, easy to care for, shedding very little. Quiet in nature, their ideal for city and apartment life. Cubs house train easily because there so smart.
They're a great choice for your family dog!
Brought to you by the Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle Foundation:
Many of our bears are more independent in nature than the beagle. This is a benefit, for their guardians who work, because they adapt well whether left alone, or with other pets, in an apartment setting. They like other animals and are not snappish. They are generally quiet. You'll find them to be affectionate, funny, and entertaining.
Call Rebecca for more information 812-278-4174
5% of all puppy sales goes towards the 'Get-A-Wag' program to fund giving puppies away to special needs children! Pocket Bears are not known to have health defects and a one year health warranty is given on all our puppies.