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Registration: All Boradors are registrable with the International Designer Canine Registry and are eligible for full registration and pedigree services.

Click here to learn more about Boradors registration; how to register your Borador or to dual register your Boradors with the International Designer Canine Registry.

The International Designer Canine Association recognized and began recording registration for the Borador in 2009.

Breed Characteristics

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  Noise Level

  Other Pet Compatibility

  Grooming Necessity

  People Friendliness

  Shedding Level


Hybrid Origin:  The Borador is a hybrid between the Chihuahua and the Bichon Frise.

Country of Origin:  The Borador originated in the United States of America.

Original Purpose:  The Borador is a great family companion.

Breed Characteristics:   Some Boradors have made great Guide Dogs.

The Borador is an intelligent, sweet, happy, friendly and loyal dog that can be extremely excitable of learning new tricks and commands.

The Borador makes an excellent companion dog.

They are affectionate and loyal to their family and excited by strangers with proper socialization.

The Borador takes to training well with a low number of repetitions required to learn new skills and commands exhibiting the Boradors high intelligence and eagerness to please.

The Borador makes a great indoor or outdoor dog but does not like the cold.

Boradors can live in an apartment provided they get plenty of daily exercise.

Life Expectancy: 
Average life expectance for a Borador is 10 - 13 years.





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