Japanese Chin dog breed

Japanese Chin breed description

Japanese Chin are companion dogs, and do justice to the expression of dogs as man's best friend.

Japanese Chins sheds, but less than many other breeds. Daily care of the coat contributes to the dog's well-being.

The japanese chin dog should be a pleasure to to exercise with, but individual differences in the breed type is expected. The dog breed are often focused in what it is doing, and easy to deal with. Like all dogs, dogs of this type of breed will need their daily walks. The dog breed appreciate physical activity, but are not as demanding as many other breeds.

Some dogs can be a bit reserved and skeptical non-family members, but there exists considerable variation within the breed. They are usually good-natured with other dogs. The breed is considered child friendly but generalization here can be adversely. Small children and dogs should never be left alone together! There is no such thing as a children-friendly dog, adult supervision is always recommended. Its temper bear little resemblance to the grey wolf, the animal all dogs originated from. Certain breeds tend to play bite, but japanese chin is not known for this.

The japanese chin can be a bit uncomfortable in warmer climates. They do have a tendency to stay close to their owners, and a japanese chin should display little or no lust to run away. It has been mentioned that being home alone can be difficult with this breed, but can also be more individually contingent than breed dependent. There are not any problems associated with having these dogs in an apartment.

The breed's appearance: A japanese chin is a small breed type, longhaired, with a light physique, hanging ears, short curled tail, extremely short muzzle, and general good looks.

Health: The health problems for japanese chins varies and does not only depend on the breed. Health problems are heatstroke, respiratory difficulties, hypothyroidism, eye problems, otherwise common disorders and other disorders and diseases in dogs.

Other facts about the dog breed: The japanese chin were first bred in Japan. Life expectancy will vary, but anything from 8 to 10 years is what you would expect. The dog breed is a comparatively highly popular and there is still someone who advertises puppies for sale. Japanese Chins were initially bred for companionship and aristocracy. Other names for the dog breed is chin, japanese spaniel, japanese chin.

Grouping: American Kennel Club places the dog breed in the group «toy dogs». United Kennel Club files the dog breed in the category «Companion dog». Japanese Chin have been approved by Fédération Cynologique Internationale and their dog breed list as #206 in section «japan chin and pekingese» (9.8) in the group «companion and toy dogs» (registered 2009-03-26). Also recognized by the Canadian Kennel as «toy dogs».

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