Description: The Japanese Chin is also called the Chin or Japanese Spaniel. It is a spaniel whose only bred purpose is to serve man as companion. The Chin has a large broad head, large wide set eyes, and a short broad muzzle. The ears are very small, V-shaped, wide apart, and well covered with hair and the forehead is quite round.
The Japanese Chin is 8 to 11 inches tall and weighs 4 to 7 pounds. He has a long and thick coat that is silky and straight. His coat color can be black and white, or red and white.it is alert, intelligent, and independent and it uses its paws to wash and wipe its face.
Origin: Its are of origin is Japan.
Grooming:We only need to brush his coat occasionally.
Japanese Chin Training:The Japanese Chin is harder to train than other dog breeds. He learns new commands more slowly than the of other breeds.
Feeding: Recommended daily amount: 1/4 to 1/2 cup of high-quality dry food a day that is divided into two meals.It is important when you are feeding your Japanese Chin that use choose a food that is rich in fiber.
Personality and behaviour: Japanese Chins need enough exposure to people and sounds so that their natural caution doesn't become suspiciousness or shyness that is which are very difficult to live with.
As compared to other breeds, Japanese Chins need great deal of companionship and do not like being left alone . They become anxious and express through destructive chewing and barking. If you work all day this is not the breed for you.
Reproduction: In domestic dogs, sexual maturity begins to happen around age 6 to 12 months for both males and females, Howeverthis can be delayed until up to two years old for some breeds. Adolescence for domestic dogs is around 12 to 15 months, beyond which they are for the most part more adult than puppy.