The Japanese Chin breed of dogs is incredibly cheerful, funny, and active animals. You could even say that their good-natured and cheerful disposition is inversely proportional to their size. That is, a very small dog is an inexhaustible source of joy, fun and a lot of fun situations for the whole family.
She will definitely not let you get bored. This is a wonderful companion who is not only happy himself but also considers it his duty to make everyone around happy. Unlike a huge number of small ornamental breeds, the Japanese Chin does not bark at anything that moves. In this regard, the breed has clear internal boundaries, which usually do not even require much development. At the same time, the animal often expresses its emotions with the help of a voice, having a huge range of sounds.
Here you’ll find 14 books about this wonderful breed.
1 Pet Health & Wellness Tracker: Japanese Chin, Record Allergies, Immunizations, Medications, Treatment History, Feedings, Behavior, Pet Sitter Notes, and Important Contact Info
2 The Japanese Chin: A Complete and Comprehensive Owners Guide to: Buying, Owning, Health, Grooming, Training, Obedience, Understanding and Caring for Your Japanese Chin
3 Japanese Chin: A Comprehensive Guide to Owning and Caring for Your Dog (CompanionHouse Books) (Kennel Club Book) An Owner's Guide to Training, Puppy Care, Health, Characteristics, History, and More