DBR , IDCR
Living with a Chineranian
Personality: The Chineranian is a loving, fun, smart little dog.
Temperament: The Chineranian is a very friendly dog.
Family Dog: The Chineranian is a great family dog.
Shedding: The Chineranian sheds very little.
Grooming: The coat of the Chineranian requires minimal grooming.
Training: The Chineranian takes to training very well.
Behavior: The Chineranian is a affectionate, playful and fun dog.
Barking: The Chineranian barks during play or when they want to get your attention.
Exercise: The Chineranian can satisify most of its exercise needs with indoor play.
Physical Ability: The Chineranian is a very playful dog with lots of energy.
Living Conditions: The Chineranian makes a wonderful indoor pet and lap dog.
Appearance: The Chineranian has black on their face, back and rear of their white tail.
Head: The Chineranian has a Pom-like forehead and is slightly bracycephalic.
Eyes: The eyes of the Chineranian are medium sized and dark in color.
Ears: The ears of the Chineranian are partially erect.
Muzzle: The muzzle of the Chineranian is very short.
Teeth/Bite: The Chineranian has a slight underbite.
Neck: The Chineranian has a very short neck.
Body: The body of the Chineranian has a Pomeranian looking body with a long coat.
Feet: The Chineranian's feet are very small.
Tail: The tail of the Chineranian is carried high on back.
Color: The Chineranian typically has a black and white coat.
Coat: The Chineranian has a long Pomeranian looking coat.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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