Japanese Chin Question

Anytime I go outside where I keep my Japanese Chin to give him food or just do something he...


Anytime I go outside where I keep my Japanese Chin to give him food or just do something he gets all crazy and starts to get on his back legs and try to get on top of me and when I get close to pet him he just tries to bite my hand but after a while he turns calm.Should this happen? If not how do I stop it?

    In Japanese Chin - Asked by EliteGamerTQ - 11/10/2012 10:43:15 PM
Your Chin should always be an indoor dog. They love to play outside for a short time but this breed is happiest living indoors with their owner. They thrive on companionship. Bring your chin in and I bet it's behavior will improve.
    Answered by Anonymous - 11/26/2012 4:18:26 PM


First, I must ask why is your Japanese Chin kept outside? They are bred for companionship and since he can't be inside, he can't have companionship....no wonder he's going crazy. Please, please, let your chin live in the house with you or find him an owner who will. This is not a good environment for a loving companion dog. I'mn sure with some companionship, he will calm right down. He is trying to tell you something, please take time to listen to him....he wants to be inside with you.
    Answered by woitaranch - 12/7/2012 11:42:47 AM


Your chin is something precious that should never be left outdoors. They are extremely heat sensitive. Please let him live indoors they are very easy to train and you will have a ball just watching their crazy antics, ps it will also adore you.
    Answered by lisaharrill - 1/14/2014 8:34:57 PM