Living with a Lhasanese
Personality: The Lhasanese is a very friendly dog.
Temperament: The Lhasanese has a great temperament.
Family Dog: The Lhasanese makes a wonderful family dog and they love children.
Grooming: The Lhasanese requires regular grooming.
Training: The Lhasanese is very responsive to training and willing to work for their owners.
Behavior: The Lhasanese is a very sweet and loving dog who wouldn't hurt anything. Males may have a bit more of an attitude than females.
Barking: The Lhasanese will bark occasionally. Females seem to bark more often than males. The like to bark when visitors comes over.
Weather: The Lhasanese cannot tolerate the cold weather and should have a coat if going outside in the extreme cold.
Exercise: The Lhasanese does not need a ton of exercise.
Appearance: The Lhasanese has really short forelegs and tall hindlegs.
Size: The female Lhasanese has an average weight of 14 pounds while the male is closer to 30 lbs.
Companionship: The Lhasanese is a great companion dog, very loyal, enjoys human touch and snuggling to sleep. They are like everyones best friend.
Eyes: The eyes of the Lhasanese are brown in color.
Teeth/Bite: The Lhasanese can have a severe under bite.
Body: The body of the Lhasanese can be very disproportioned.
Forequarters: The forequarters of the Lhasanese are very short and don't support much of the dogs weight.
Hindquarters: The hindquarters are very long compared to the front legs.
Color: The coat of the Lhasanese can be cream in color.
Coat: The Lhasanese has a long coat
Allergies: The Lhasanese has no known allergies at this time.
Skin Health: The Lhasanese has very good skin health.
Eye Health: The Lhasanese can have really teary eyes.
Ear Health: The Lhasanese typically has great ear health.
Bone Health: The Lhasanese can have arthritus in their forelegs.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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