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    Japanese Chin

    Recommended harness size
    Dog walking harness size: Baby 2 & Mini-mini

    Heigth: 20-27 cm

    Weight: 1.4-6.8 kg

    Lifespan: 12-15 years

    SKU: japanise-chin

    Dog walking harness for Japenese Chin

    Japanese Chin Julius-K9 harness

    Source: https://hu.pinterest.com/pin/208221182746191520/

    Dog information

    • long coat
    • strabismus of the eyes
    • small dog breed

    Dog characteristic

    • intelligent
    • playful
    • well in apartments
    • alert

    Japanese chin dog names:

    • Pumpkin
    • Girlie
    • Titch
    • Roxy
    • Bonbon
    • Abby

    Overview - Japanese Chin

    The Japanese Chin dog breed hails from Asia, where he has been prized as a companion for more than a thousand years. He was a popular member of Chinese and Japanese imperial courts, and it was in Japan that his distinctive look was developed. This breed is elegant and dainty, mild-mannered and playful.

    The Japanese Chin is an ancient breed that probably originated in the Chinese imperial court. Highly prized, he was often given as a gift to emissaries from other lands, and it was probably as a gift to the emperor of Japan that he made his way to that island nation which gave him his name. In Japan, the Chin was regarded not as a dog (inu) but as a separate being (chin). There, he was probably crossed with small spaniel-type dogs and eventually achieved the look he has today.

    History of Japanese Chin dogs

    The Japanese Chin remained unknown to the outside world until 1853 when Commodore Matthew Perry sailed into Uraga Harbor near Edo — now modern-day Tokyo — and introduced Japan to international trade. The Japanese Chin became a popular commodity and many were imported into Britain and the United States.

    Among the first American owners of the breed were President Franklin Pierce, then-Secretary-of-War Jefferson Davis, and Perry's daughter, Caroline Perry Belmont. They became popular with people of wealth and nobility. In the United States, the Japanese Chin was known as the Japanese Spaniel and he kept that name until 1977.

    For more information please visit http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/japanese-chin#oSHDJtmIVIpvMJMy.99

    Related dog breedsYorkshire TerrierChinese CrestedChizerChorkieMaltese, Papillon, Miniature Pinscher, Japanese Chin, Japanese Terrier, Volpino Italiano, Brussels Griffon.

    Products specifications
    Dog Harness Size Baby 2
    Dog Harness Size Mini-mini
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    Dog walking harness for Japenese Chin

    Japanese Chin Julius-K9 harness

    Source: https://hu.pinterest.com/pin/208221182746191520/

    Dog information

    • long coat
    • strabismus of the eyes
    • small dog breed

    Dog characteristic

    • intelligent
    • playful
    • well in apartments
    • alert

    Japanese chin dog names:

    • Pumpkin
    • Girlie
    • Titch
    • Roxy
    • Bonbon
    • Abby

    Overview - Japanese Chin

    The Japanese Chin dog breed hails from Asia, where he has been prized as a companion for more than a thousand years. He was a popular member of Chinese and Japanese imperial courts, and it was in Japan that his distinctive look was developed. This breed is elegant and dainty, mild-mannered and playful.

    The Japanese Chin is an ancient breed that probably originated in the Chinese imperial court. Highly prized, he was often given as a gift to emissaries from other lands, and it was probably as a gift to the emperor of Japan that he made his way to that island nation which gave him his name. In Japan, the Chin was regarded not as a dog (inu) but as a separate being (chin). There, he was probably crossed with small spaniel-type dogs and eventually achieved the look he has today.

    History of Japanese Chin dogs

    The Japanese Chin remained unknown to the outside world until 1853 when Commodore Matthew Perry sailed into Uraga Harbor near Edo — now modern-day Tokyo — and introduced Japan to international trade. The Japanese Chin became a popular commodity and many were imported into Britain and the United States.

    Among the first American owners of the breed were President Franklin Pierce, then-Secretary-of-War Jefferson Davis, and Perry's daughter, Caroline Perry Belmont. They became popular with people of wealth and nobility. In the United States, the Japanese Chin was known as the Japanese Spaniel and he kept that name until 1977.

    For more information please visit http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/japanese-chin#oSHDJtmIVIpvMJMy.99

    Related dog breedsYorkshire TerrierChinese CrestedChizerChorkieMaltese, Papillon, Miniature Pinscher, Japanese Chin, Japanese Terrier, Volpino Italiano, Brussels Griffon.

    Products specifications
    Dog Harness Size Baby 2
    Dog Harness Size Mini-mini