||Chian, Chillion, Paphuahua, Papihuahia
Living with a Chion
Personality: The Chion has a great personality and loves to play.
Family Dog: The Chion makes a wonderfuly family dog. The can be shy around strangers but usually warm up to them rather quickly.
Grooming: The Chion's butterfly ears need brushing so they do not matt.
Training: The Chion may be difficult to train.
Behavior: The Chion is a sweet dog that is wonderful with kids.
Barking: The Chion does like to bark. They bark at any noise, whenever anyone comes home, and at strangers.
Appearance: The Chion has a body that is longer than it is tall with short legs and butterfly ears.
Size: A fully grown Chion will weigh around 7 pounds.
Companionship: The Chion makes a great companion and lap dog.
Ears: The Chion has large triangle-shaped ears.
Color: The coat of the Chion may be Fawn or White with Black markings.
Coat: The Chion can have a medium length wiry hair growing through short hair.
Eye Health: It is important to keep an eye on the Chion's eyes as they can get injured easily.
Dental Health: The Chion may have chronic problems with their teeth. One was born with extra teeth that had to be removed and then one broke off and another of its front teeth was lost by the age of 4.
Bone Health: The Chion may have problems with week knees.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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