The Ewokian: A Complete Guide

The Ewokian is a hybrid mix of two small-sized breeds, the Havanese and the Pomeranian. The Pomeranian is smaller than the Havanese and considered a toy breed.

Both the parent dogs don’t like solitude that much because they want to be with their human family most of the time.

The Ewokian gets its name from its looks, which closely resemble the Ewoks of Star Wars. It’s an affectionate family companion with a cheerful disposition that loves its family.

Ewokian Puppies – Before You Buy…

The Ewokian needs a medium amount of exercise.

What Price are Ewokian Puppies?

The price for an Ewokian puppy is about $700 to 900.

How to Find Reputable Ewokian Breeders?

Each breed’s national club or parent club will have listings for reputable breeders or referral persons.

This person should be able to help you find a breeder in your area. If there’s an available website for the national breed club, you will easily find the link online.

Many clubs also offer excellent breed specific information and breeder referral contacts in different states or regions that can help you.

3 Little-Known Facts About Ewokian Puppies

  1. They are very energetic dogs that like to be always on the move. However, because they are so small, walking around the house may be considered exercise.
  2. A daily walk is recommended, not only because they are curious dogs that can become bored, but also because it is an important part of their socialization habits.
  3. Ewokians also like running in a fenced-in yard, as well as regular playtime with their owners.

Physical Traits of the Ewokian

The Ewokian always seems so happy.

The Ewokian is a toy-sized hybrid between the Havanese and the Pomeranian. Most Ewokians resemble the Havanese in appearance and can be any color combination or solid color.

It has a round head and tiny ears that are concealed by its long and silky hair. The muzzle is full but proportionate to the head. It has a broad black nose.

The body of an Ewokian is slightly longer than it is tall and more delicate-boned than the sturdy Havanese. The tail curls over the back with feathering.

It may be a hypoallergenic dog, but the hypoallergenic properties are only boosted if the Havanese parent breed is more dominant.

The Havanese is a moderate shedder, and if the hybrid resembles the Pomeranian more, shedding may increase.

Their medium to long hair needs daily brushing to prevent mats and tangles.

The hair around its ears is long. Regular ear cleaning with a cleaning solution approved by the veterinarian will help keep ear infections at bay.

You should also brush your dog’s teeth at least twice a week to prevent dental disease and keep his mouth clean.

The Ewokianis is not a drooler, nor does it have a strong doggy odor.

Ewokians have moderate energy levels, but they do love to be right in the middle of the action.

It’s very eager to please and needs playtime and mental stimulation with his humans to prevent destructive behaviors.

While all mixed breed dogs can vary in appearance, the Ewokian will be a small, cute toy. It can have big eyes and a fluffy coat.

How Big is a Full-Grown Ewokian?

The male Ewokian grows to a height of 7 to 11 inches and weigh 5 to 10 lbs. The female Ewokian pretty much grows to the same height and weighs the same.

What is the Life Expectancy of the Ewokian?

The Ewokian has a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years. Their lifespan is about average for small breeds.

Intelligence, Temperament and Personality Traits of the Ewokian

The Ewokians need daily exercise.

The Ewokian is a companion dog of high sensitivity that needs family companionship.

This hybrid is affectionate and loyal toward its family, including children. But it is slightly more delicate than the sturdy Havanese, so it is not suited for small children or rough play.

However, Ewokians love children and other pets, even cats. When it comes to people they don’t know, Ewokians are friendly and not shy.

The energy levels of the Pomeranian parent are equal to the Havanese and are moderate. Daily exercise is required and is just as essential for stimulating the Ewokian’s mind.

The Ewokian needs medium intensity exercise. They are eager to please and will respond well to training.

Ewokians are great companion pets because they are loving, social, playful, and affectionate. They can be excellent family pets and get along with young kids.

They are intelligent and can be easily trained. Although energetic, Ewokians are happy with just any kind of play and are not demanding with exercise.

While it’s impossible to predict the exact personality of a mixed-breed dog, the well-socialized Ewokian is expected to be a devoted family pet that enjoys playing with its people.

They can make good apartment-sized watchdogs.

They like to stay inside the house, be petted, pampered, and spoiled by their moms and dads. They love to stay on their family’s laps and be showered with attention.

However, you should be prepared for a forever needy and clingy puppy. Being independent is not something you should expect from them.

They are the friendliest and the most lovable family companions. If you have children over 8 years old, the Ewokian is a perfect choice.

They would make your children busy enough to stay out of trouble, which is literally every parent’s dream.

With this cuteness of Ewokians comes a whole bunch of sassiness. They would make a great watch dog despite its small size.

The Ewokian’s Diet

You should know what type of food your dog breeder used to feed hisEwokian puppies.

The transition from what you choose to feed your Ewokian puppy from what he used to eat should be gradual, slow, and planned.

Pick your dog food wisely. There is no shortage in the dog food department of different types dry, wet, affordable, gourmet, for small breeds, or for large breeds.

Many of these high brands are filled with artificial fillers which are basically chemical ingredients with the aim of stuffing your dog’s tiny stomach to feel full quickly.

Needless to say, these artificial ingredients or fillers harm your puppy instead of providing nutrition.

Homemade cooked food is still the best type of food you can feed your Ewokian.

Homemade cooked food will be fantastic, ideal, and budget-friendly for both you and yourEwokianpuppy.

You will be in total control and well-informed about the ingredients of your puppy’s food.

Even if they are very tiny creatures, they still require strong bones and good nutrition. Chicken breast, thighs, pork, fish, and red meat are all great options for your puppy.

Just boil the pieces of meat and serve. Don’t add any spices or seasoning because this can cause inflammation or diarrhea.

Other options would be vegetables like carrots, broccoli, potatoes, zucchini, and spinach.

Starch is a very important element, too, so you can add some rice or pasta to their diet.

The ideal meal should include a combination of these elements. Make up a meal from some pasta, meat, and vegetables.

By doing this, you are providing your Ewokian puppy with an ideal meal filled with a complete range of nutritious elements that would help them grow healthy and strong.

How Much Exercise Does an Ewokian Need?

The Ewokian has medium energy and needs daily exercise. However, this little creature can get most of its required daily exercise indoors with its rapid bursts of energy and short dashes through the house.

The Ewokian is considered an excellent hybrid for apartment living. It is a versatile dog capable of living in any climate as well.

However, most Ewokians resemble the Pomeranian and prefer cooler climates. If your dog resembles the Havanese, he will prefer warmer climates.

Ewokian Health and Conditions

There are certain health conditions with the Ewokian than can cause major concerns, like elbow or hip dysplasia.

Some minor concerns include hypothyroidism, tracheal collapse, glaucoma, cataracts, and patellar luxation.

My Final Thoughts on the Ewokian

The Ewokian is a very affectionate and happy dog. They do not make good kennel dogs and just prefer being with their owners.

They are active and enjoy learning tricks and playing games with their owners.

They are very trainable and intelligent but need to socialize a lot at a young age to prevent them from becoming timid with strangers.

They need a large amount of interaction with people. They are generally good with other pets if properly socialized, and they enjoy outside activities.

They can be a good watchdog but a poor guard dog because of their small size.

They require brushing more than three times a week to ensure a mat-free coat.

The Ewokian is an ideal dog for a person who wants a small but active dog but does not require a large yard and can be perfectly content with frequent walks and games of fetch.

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OVERALL SUMMARY

7.5
Cost to Buy
10
Cuteness Level
9.5
Family Safety
8.5
Friendliness
6
Health Concerns
8.5
Life Span
7
Exercise Required
6
Food Required
OVERALL RATING 7.9 / 10

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