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Breed

Lhasa Apso

Microchip #

2173

Gender

Female

Birthdate

07/08/2022

Color

br

Arrival Date

09/06/2022

Guarantees

Lifetime

Training

Lifetime

Vaccines

Up to Date

De-wormings

Up to Date

Fecal Tested

Yes

Vet Checked

Yes

Health Certificate

Yes

Shipping

No

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Weight, Height, Colors, Temperament & Description

Lhasa Apso Breed Information

15 to 25 lbs
9 - 13 inches
Varying colors of black, white, cream, red, grizzle, golden, black/tan, red/gold
Playful, Lively, Obedient, Devoted, Fearless, Intelligent, Spirited, Alert, Assertive, Energetic, Friendly, Steady.

Originating in the mountains of Tibet as a guardian to the monasteries, the “Lion Dog” as he was often referred to is listed in the non-sporting group. The Lhasa Apso typically weighs between 15 - 25 pounds and stands 9 - 13 inches tall at the shoulders (withers). With a long lifespan of 12 - 18 years, this breed is happy wherever his master is. His abundant loyalty is well respected by breed enthusiasts.

Originating in the mountains of Tibet as a guardian to the monasteries, the “Lion Dog” as he was often referred to is listed in the non-sporting group. The Lhasa Apso typically weighs between 15 - 25 pounds and stands 9 - 13 inches tall at the shoulders (withers). With a long lifespan of 12 - 18 years, this breed is happy wherever his master is. His abundant loyalty is well respected by breed enthusiasts.

The Lhasa is an independent breed, loyal to his family and naturally wary of strangers. He makes an excellent watchdog. The breed is intelligent, alert, and stubborn when he wants to be. The Lhasa Apso thrives best with positive training methods and early socialization to ensure a well-balanced companion.

The Lhasa has a long coat that is considered minimal shedding with a low dander level, which some consider to be hypo-allergenic, making the breed a good choice for many allergy sufferers. Frequent brushing is necessary to prevent matting with occasional trips to the grooming salon to trim the coat for ease of care. Coloring varies greatly for the Lhasa, including shades of black, white, gold, red, grizzle, cream, silver, liver, and brindle.

 

As this is a brachycephalic (short faced) breed, it is important to understand the needs of this type of breed prior to purchase to ensure that this breed suits your lifestyle and climate, and to provide proper care during hot weather or excessive activities for the health and wellbeing of the dog.

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