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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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Connecticut Havanese At Kids Corner
Member Since: February 2005
Location: New Haven, Connecticut
I have Havanese puppies for sale! See My Profile
Havanese puppies available the end of April! These little guys are Charming, playful, friendly, loving, affectionate, active & sturdy- just some reasons why Havanese have found a permanent place in our hearts. We raise our pups underfoot; they are our shadows! Great w/ children and other pets, our pups are socialized to walk into your home like they own the place! The Havanese breed is the most wonderful gift- They need the love & companionship of dedicated families willing to share their time, love, & affection. We are devoted to our Havanese and raise only the healthiest of pups. Champion Mom & Champion Dad OFA, AKC, CERF, Havanese Rescue. Visits always welcomed! $ 2000.00 email- dwza@aol.com Please call Val @ 203-245-0022 or 203-314-9514 Madison, CT . Havanese breeder for 10 years! 90 minutes from NYC 45 minutes from RI 80 minutes from MA.

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Anonymous asked:
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.

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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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What are the most common health problems faced in raising trying to raise a healthy and happy Havanese pup?

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Raising puppies is difficult and the first thing to producing healthy puppies is to have a health dam and sire. Both dam and sire should have all their health checks done, including hips, elbows, eyes and ears. After that, having the mother on a grain-free, high quality dog food while she is pregnant and nursing is best to keep her in the best shape possible. Consulting a vet and a reputable breeder in your area is the best thing to do to learn before you attempt to start breeding yourself.

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Do male Havanese puppies or female Havanese puppies make for better pets?

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Both sex's are perfectly fine pets. It all depends on the owner's personal choice.

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What food does a havanese eat ? What kind of diet does a havanese require

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Every dog is different. That is the main thing you should remember when it comes to dog food. Some dogs need a grain-free diet, while other's need the grains in their diet to provide a lower protein level so it is easier for the dog to digest. However, it is best to strive for the best diet you can financially afford for your dog. Dogs were not made to be able to digest grains such as corn, wheat, rice, oatmeal, ect. So you should look into grain-free brands first such as Taste of the Wild, Acana, Go!, Now, Oirjen, Blue Buffalo Grain-Free, ect. Going to your local pet stores and doing research online is the best way to find out which brands are available to you and if it is cheaper/easier to buy them local, or to buy them online and have them shipped to you.

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A grain-free diet for your dog will do wonder's for their teeth, skin, fur, nails, and over-all health. Because the dog needs less of the food for the same nutrition, you can feed a lot less of it to your dog per day. Which counter-acts the amount the bag costs compared to buying your dog food from a grocery store. Rule of thumb is if you can buy it at the grocery store, it most likely isn't the best food that you could be feeding your dog. The first five ingredients on the list are what makes up over 95% of your dogs food. So you want those ingredients to be healthy, natural and what your dog truly needs. They should include 1 - 3 animal proteins such as (de-bones or meal) chicken, lamb, beef, turkey, salmon, ect. Unless you dog has allergies or only likes a certain protein, then the flavor is of no matter.

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Then there should be a starch such as potato or sweet potato, normally both. Beets are also good and are in high-grade dog food quite often. Next needs to be a fiber and normally that will either include potato or sweet potato, but there can also be peas, which are very high in fiber and dogs can digest them easily. When you open your new bag of dog food, you should be able to smell the protein source. If it is duck, it should smell like duck. If it is beef, it should smell like beef and ect. However, as said before, some dogs need a lower protein level and grain-free is too much for them. This means that you must choose a dog food with grains in it. Like us, if we had to choose a grain to eat, we would want brown or wild rice compared to white rice, as it is healthier for us.

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Same goes for dogs, if they have to have a grain in their food. Take a note pad with you and go to different pet-food stores and write down the ingredients, protein level, and price. Go home and study what you feed your dog now and how much you pay per bag. Figure out which place would be best to start and don't forget, most pet stores will let you bring back a bag of food if the dog doesn't like it. So buy a small one to test out on your dog to see if he/she even likes it. Please note to take 3 - 5 days for an adult dog to switch over to a new food and 10 - 14 days for a puppy. Good luck!

Anonymous asked:
Why are chocolate Havanese more expensive than other colors? interested in purchasing one

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The Havanese, like all dogs has it's standard colors and then more 'rare' or 'unwanted' colors. Now a days, people are wanting a more rare dog, so some breeders have bred back the chocolate coloration for the Havanese breed and are selling them for more money.

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