Can a mi ki be bred to another mi ki?

Can a mi ki be bred to another mi ki?

They are not “designer dogs” that can be created with a dash of this and that, however. Mi-Kis have to be bred to other DNA-verified Mi-Kis with proven pedigrees to prove they are Mi-Kis with the wonderful traits they are known for.

Where can I buy a mi ki dog?

Breeding generations of certified heathy Mi-Kis makes us a Top Quality Premium Mi-Ki breeder. All of our puppies are registered with a Mi-Ki registry and are DNA’d to prove their parents are registered Mi-Kis too! We are a family of hobby breeders in New Jersey that breed our pet Yorkies, Morkies and now Mi-Kis.

How big does a full grown mi ki dog get?

Mi-Kis are purebred dogs. They are not hybrid or designer dogs. They have been bred Mi-Ki to Mi-Ki since the late 1980’s. In 2009, the Mi-Ki’s unique, identifying, genetic markers were identified by Mars Veterinary. Weights range from 3 – 10 pounds. The average adult weighs 4 – 8 pounds.

What are the different breeds of mi Kis?

Colors include cream, red, silver, black, white, blue, apricot, sable, gold, brown, beige, tan, chocolate, brindle, fawn and mahogany. Puppies will often change color before they reach adulthood. Read more about Mi-Ki Colors. There are two varieties, long coat and smooth face, also called smooth coat (affectionately called “smoothies”).

When did the MI KI breed come out?

The breed was introduced in the USA in the late 1980’s. Origin stories vary, but DNA tells us Mi-Kis share common ancestry with several Asian breeds. Mi-Kis are purebred dogs. They are not hybrid or designer dogs. They have been bred Mi-Ki to Mi-Ki since the late 1980’s.

Why is it important to breed mi Kis?

We are committed to protecting and advancing the interests of the Mi-Ki breed. Through our careful and intentional selection of quality breeding stock, we breed for health, conformation, and disposition.

Mi-Kis are purebred dogs. They are not hybrid or designer dogs. They have been bred Mi-Ki to Mi-Ki since the late 1980’s. In 2009, the Mi-Ki’s unique, identifying, genetic markers were identified by Mars Veterinary. Weights range from 3 – 10 pounds. The average adult weighs 4 – 8 pounds.

What makes a mi ki dog a good dog?

This breed possesses a high degree of intelligence, making it a top candidate for the obedience ring. They love to be around people, and readily accept strangers. The Mi-Ki has a very even temperament, which makes it an ideal therapy dog. The Mi-Ki loves kids.