Jatzu Breed Information

Jatzu

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Living with a Jatzu

Personality: The Jatzu has the best personality. They typically love everyone and want to be the center of attention. They love to play games.

Family Dog: The Jatzu absolutly loves people and other pets. They want to be friends with everyone.

Shedding: The Jatzu is a low shedding dog.

Grooming: The coat of the Jatzu must be groomed daily.

Behavior: The Jatzu is a very well tempered dog that loves children.

Barking: The Jatzu is typically not a barker, unless they hear a strange noise or are playing.

Exercise: The Jatzu is a high energy dog who loves to exercise but does not require a huge yard.

Jatzu Appearance

Appearance: The Jatzu is fairly tall with a fluffy coat that can be white with apricot colored patches.

Companionship: The Jatzu makes a wonderful companion dog.

Ears: The Jatzu has floppy ears.

Body: The Jatzu has a tall, muscular and well porportioned body.

Feet: The Jatzu has very dainty feet.

Color: The coat of the Jatzu can be black & white or apricot & white.

Coat: The coat of the Jatzu is usually thick and fluffy.

Jatzu Health

Allergies: The Jatzu has no known allergies at this time.

Eye Health: The Jatzu may get tear stains but otherwise their eyes are generally healthy.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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