Havanese-is a dog that is still related to the Bichon Frise, or can be referred to as the Bichon Havanese or Havana Silk Dog. This beautiful, petite dog originated and developed in cuba. in fact, the Havanese is known as the National Dog of Cuba. please note that I included photo below! naturally, the dog is clean, pretty sturdy and has a great charm.
in general, the Havanese is a sturdy little dog and has a great charm. Cuban native beloved dog as a companion a friendly, intelligent and funny. This dog has a Height of about 8 ½ to 11 ½ inches, the ideal height of about 9-10 ½ inches. Weight is approximately 7 to 14 lbs, ideal weight for the Havanese is between 8 to 11 lbs. his body is slightly longer than tall, with long untrimmed coat, double. The Havanese has a short-sleeve top with a moderate shoulder layback and a straight topline rising slightly from withers to croup. Feathered tail carried curled forward over the back. Springy gait is the result of a unique breed structure and playful, vibrant personality. Characteristics of temperament, structure, coat, and the gait is essential to type. They have a double coat of long, soft hair out, and sometimes the curtain of hair over the eyes. Their color White, cream, champagne, black, silver, black, brown, blue, gold, brown, Parti-color and tri-color. They can be solid or have a sign area of ??one color.
Havanese are natural companion dogs, gentle and responsive. They became very close to the human family and are very good with children. Very affectionate and playful with a high degree of intelligence. This cheerful dog is very friendly and will get along with everyone including people, dogs, cats and other pets. They are easy to obedience train and get along well with other dogs. in addition, Havanese dogs are intelligent, loyal, and devoted to his master. They will defend their own, but do not make good guard dogs. They were attentive, calm and gentle, but still playful.
Havanese Health Problems
Life expectancy at birth
About 14-15 years
Havanese is a breed of dog is very healthy long-lived, however, all long-lived descendants eventually have health problems. Some Havanese are prone to hip dysplasia, PRA (Progressive Retinal Atrophy), poodle eye, Juvenile inherited cataracts, luxating patellas, Chonrdodyplasia, sprained patella (dislocated knee cap), Legg-Calve Perthes disease, unilateral, bilateral deafness and dry skin.