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Breed Group: Toy
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Overview
The Havanese is a small breed that is happy and affectionate. They are true companions who love to be part of the family. They are extremely social and will lavish attention on those who lavish attention on them. Since this breed is odorless and low shedding they are popular choices for allergy sufferers.
Character
The Havanese is a true delight. They are intelligent, curious, and playful. This breed thrives on companionship and adores children. The Havanese are good watch dogs who will alert their family to danger or visitors. They will look to their family for reassurance before welcoming strangers. Once they befriend someone they are friends for life.

Does your Havanese bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
The Havanese is a highly devoted breed. They are at their best in the family environment and do not like to be left alone for extended periods of time. They get along very well with children and other pets. The Havanese are neither aggressive nor timid, and do not exhibit a possessive nature. They truly have an endearing personality that makes them a lovely house pet.
Care
The Havanese require brushing and combing a minimum of two times per week although the coat may be clipped for easier care. It is important to check the eyes and ears regularly and keep them clean. They are susceptible to genetic eye disease and ear infections. The Havanese need to have their teeth brushed weekly so early tooth loss is prevented.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The Havanese is a double-coated breed that is low shedding. The hair is soft in texture, very long and in great abundance. The Havanese coat has different types from straight to curly. They come in many colors such as pure white to cream, black, silver, chocolate, or parti-colored. In the adult Havanese the coat reaches a length of 6-8 inches.
Training
The Havanese is always eager to learn. They do well in both agility and obedience. They also love to swim and enjoy many water sports. They take great delight in being the center of attention and with their quick wit are easily trained to perform tricks. Their sweet and loving dispositions make them great therapy dogs. The Havanese, like many toy breeds, may be difficult to housebreak. It is important to train this breed using firm, fair, consistent and loving direction. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Havanese puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
The Havanese has an energetic nature that requires walking, a play session, or a swim. However, they do not require an inordinate amount of exercise. They do well in apartments and also homes with small yards. Since they are adept at learning tricks, they benefit from this activity. The Havanese are moderately active indoors but do need toys and social stimulation so as not to become bored and irritable. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
7-13 lbs
Height
8-11 inches
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cream, gold, silver, champagne, tan, blue, black, parti-color and tri-colored
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FaustHouse Havanese
Member Since: April 2007
Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina
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Fausthouse is a small hobby breeding family that only shows and breeds Havanese. We strive to place happy, healthy havanese into committed loving families. Our babies are very dear to our heart. They live in our home and sleep in our beds. They are socialized with friends and family members, including children and other animals. Our goal is to produce quality puppies that meet the AKC standards and HCA guidelines, not quantity. All dogs in the breeding program are yearly CERF'ed (eye examination), have been BAER(Hearing test), DNA profiled,and when old enough, are OFA certified for cardiac, thyroid, hips/LCP/elbows and patellas. Our dogs are yearly Vet checked which includes current vaccinations, and blood work panels to check kidney and liver functions. If you are interested in a quality puppy, please contact me, or visit our website. References and home visits available for serious approved buyers with an on-line application. Our next up coming litter is expected around June 6, 2012. If you are interested in staying in touch, please fill out an application. By filling out an application, this does not obligate you to purchase one, nor does it obligate us to sell you a puppy, it just helps us know a little bit about a potential home. Thanks for your interest in purchasing a quality AKC registered puppy.

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Are Havanese non allergitic?

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Yes, the Havanese breed is considered a hypo-allergenic breed of dog.

Anonymous asked:
I'm considering getting another Havenese. I already have a female so would you suggest another female or a male?

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Unless your dog has preferences to what gender your dog likes better. It is best to get a dog of the opposite gender of the one you have now. So if you have a female, I would suggest getting a male. Dogs tend to have same-gender aggression more often than opposite-gender aggression.

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Are Havanese pups difficult to house train? We had a Bichon and he wasn't housebroken for years. I'm hoping to avoid that a second time around.

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The Havanese can be moderately easy to house train. Some dogs can be more difficult depending on how they were raised as puppies when still with their litter mates. While others are quite easy to house train. Using Positive Reinforcement and setting your pup up for success so that he/she does not have the opportunity to have an accident in the house when brought home is key.

Anonymous asked:
I am retired and babysit a friend's Havanese and have fallen in love with this breed. Do you ever have anyone who needs to rehome a Havanese for about $600? I may not locate one but I want one and that's my budget. I would love a female can be fixed. Black and white is my first choice but will take a young Havanese as well. I would love one to play with, train and will always be inside. No small children live with me, only my husband and I. Grandkids are 20 to 22.

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If you are looking for a Havanese and have a budget, I would suggest looking at some breed specific rescues in your area. Googling a breed specific rescue will be able to take you to their website and you can see if there is a dog that fits your description online. However, there are some breeders that are selling their puppies for your budget and/or lower on this website. Check out the Havanese puppies for sale on this site to see if you can find a pup that fits what you are looking for.

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High volume breeders selling puppies for $500 or $600 may have 20 to 100+ puppies available. If you think that each puppy will receive adequate one on one time, love, and personal care then you can find a high volume budget breeder in that price range. Keep in mind that the initial price of the puppy is a small portion of the long term investment into your dog. Training, food, vet care, grooming, treats, toys, and boarding will add up to $5000 to $10,000 over the life of the dog. Buy from a reputable breeder who knows their dogs, raises their litters one at a time.

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I haven't found this question, but need help. I have a 16 week havanese. We are trying to train to car rides. The problem is she throw's up. We have tried small rides. No more then half mile. As soon as the car starts, she is having mouth moist, until completely wet and blanket wet. After ride is almost over she throws up. Does anybody have a trick I can use to help her enjoy the ride? She has ridden in my lap (this time she didn't throw up. but almost) She has ridden in the back seat "car seat" with towels around her. I have also taken her out of the car to walk around little.

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There are two things you can try for your pup. First off, allow your dog to be in the front and face forward so she can see out the window. Like kids, some dogs need to be looking straight a head to get over car sickness. As well, you can try Pepto or Gravol (travel sickness medication). Half a pill to begin with and go from there about 20 - 30 minutes before you get her into the car. She should grow out of this, but it will help for now so she can get used to the movement of he car.

Anonymous

Our Havanese/Lhasa Apso will be 2 years young on Saturday and we just brought a towel with us! She would throw up too and quit after about 1 1/2

Anonymous

We put our puppy in a safe puppy crate and covered it with a blanket so that they cannot see out. It keeps the puppy from getting motion sickness.

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Here are a few tips often shared with dog training clients: Use a crate and a sheet or towel over it can help. No feeding or watering for a couple hours before travel. Start by training your pup to ride in the crate in the car without it moving. Everyday, let the pup sit in the crate in the car for 5 or 10 minutes (with the air conditioning or heat on). After a week try driving around the block for a five-minute trip. Then increase the distance gradually as the puppy get accustomed to the car ride. If you are patient over a months time the puppy will get used to riding in the car and you will get past the car sickness. Some puppies take longer and some also need Dramamine but if you make riding in the car part of their daily routine you will improve this over time.

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