Bushairy is a dog covered in hedges. Its face is covered in a light green bush with three darker green circles in its forehead, a small black nose, two black eyes with pinprick white pupils, two light green ears, and a smile that comes from below its nose. It has a light green bush for its tail. it has four small cream colored legs with four stubby paws. The middle of its body has a doughnut-shaped dark green bush with a large rectangular prism-shaped darker green bush on top. The formerly mentioned bush also has pink flowers growing on it.
The hedge on Bushairy's back can be trimmed, allowing Trainers to create different shapes out of it. There are contests on which Bushairy has the most beautifully trimmed hedge.
Trainers are able to trim the hedge on Bushairy's back into many different shapes. There are contests where the Bushairy with the most beautifully trimmed hedge wins.
Wild Bushairy are found in the grass on Route 19.
Shiny Coloration Differences
For Shiny Bushairy, the light green hedges turn a bluish-green color, the darker green hedges turn yellowish-green, and the flowers turn blue.
The hedge on Bushairy's back can be trimmed, allowing trainers to create different shapes out of it. There are contests on which Bushairy has the beautiest trimmed hedge.