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Price : $ 2000 (Negotiable)
Type : For sale
Date : 17 May, 2023
Ad Reference ID : 10001
Age : puppy
Sex : female

Beautiful Japanese chin  puppies Male and females Lemon and white black and white 

Japanese Chin - Dog Breeds - American Kennel Club

The Japanese Chin, also known as the Japanese Spaniel, is a small dog breed that originated in Asia, particularly in Japan. It is recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) as a member of the Toy Group.

Here are some key characteristics and information about the Japanese Chin:

Appearance: Japanese Chins have a distinctive appearance with a small, compact body and a broad, round head. They have large, wide-set, dark eyes and a short, broad muzzle. Their ears are set high and are feathered with long hair. The breed has a profuse, silky double coat that comes in various colors, including white with black, black and white, or red and white.

Size: Japanese Chins are small dogs, typically weighing between 4 to 9 pounds (2 to 4 kilograms). They stand about 8 to 11 inches (20 to 28 centimeters) tall at the shoulder.

Temperament: Japanese Chins are known for their gentle and affectionate nature. They are highly devoted to their owners and enjoy spending time with them. They are generally good with children and other pets, making them suitable for families. Japanese Chins tend to be reserved with strangers but can warm up over time. They are not particularly active dogs and are content with moderate exercise.

Training and Exercise: Japanese Chins are intelligent and eager to please, which makes them trainable. However, they can also have an independent streak, so consistent and patient training methods work best. They do not require extensive exercise but still benefit from daily walks and some playtime.

Grooming: The Japanese Chin has a long, silky coat that requires regular grooming to prevent matting and tangling. Brushing the coat a few times a week is necessary to keep it in good condition. They are considered a low-shedding breed.

Health: Japanese Chins are generally healthy dogs, but like many small breeds, they may be prone to certain health issues. Some common concerns include patellar luxation (knee dislocation), heart murmurs, eye problems, and respiratory issues due to their short muzzle. Regular veterinary check-ups and a balanced diet are important for their overall well-being.

If you are considering a Japanese Chin as a pet, it's essential to research reputable breeders and ensure that you can provide the necessary care and attention that this breed requires.


Name: kunal

Registered: 25 04, 2023

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