If Bosapso left unattended, even for a few days, the hair will be swept in piles and cannot be untied. Their soft ears are also susceptible to infection, and their eyes may have problems. If the potential owner is not willing to make a commitment to the maintenance of bosapso, short hair varieties are recommended.
When tangles occur, gently combing will remove them before they become mats. Bath your ass only when you need it. Bosapso's natural oil will protect bosapso's coat and make bosapso shine. You should brush your teeth at least three times a week because puppies are prone to cavities and gum problems; if you want to prevent gum disease, brush your teeth every day. Trim your dog's nails every other week, and if bosapso starts to click as he walks, it will be done more often.
When bosapso's coat is long, it's amazing and beautiful to get proper care and decoration every day. For ease of care, many owners choose to cut their coats short, which gives them a more sporty and puppy look. However, no matter how the coat is trimmed, the beautiful hair curled on the back of the tail and the longer hair on the ears usually stay longer. Beards and beards can also be longer to show breed characteristics.
Bosapso is a very, very small dog. The male bosapso weighs about 13 to 18 pounds, while the female ultimately weighs between 11 and 15 pounds. Remember that a Lhasa man with an average weight of about 15 pounds, if bosapso is usually very active, you have to feed them 464 kilocalories a day to provide them with proper nutrition and calories. If your bosapso and run a little bit better than your normal Lapa dog, you can buff up to 738 kcal / day. For the older bosapso, if they are inactive and neutral, you can only feed them 380 kcal a day, which will match their metabolism. The feeding factors of bosapso may depend on many factors, such as age, size, activity and heredity, so you should make good use of these factors until you make the right amount of bosapso.
Bosapso is generally considered to be a very healthy dog that can live to be over 15 years old. Many bosapso have a certain degree of flea allergy, so it's important to tell your veterinarian to choose this species for effective year-round flea treatment. Bosapsos can also be as vulnerable to eye infections and irritation as their bosapso dogs with long hair in their eyes, leading to tears. Cutting your hair or keeping it up and off your face is a simple solution to this problem. Ask the history of the breeder's parents, grandparents and great grandparents. Carefully consider whether to buy a puppy if these or some of its bosapso disease family lines. Ask the breeder's policy, in the case of a serious genetic disease, about your puppy's future life. Good breeders will ask to be informed of these events to improve future breeding decisions. Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA) It's a hereditary eye disease that leads to a gradual decline in vision. As the name suggests, the disease will worsen over time. In the early stages, your Lhasa will only have vision loss at night; eventually, as the disease progresses, vision loss will also occur during the day. You'll soon be blind. An eye exam is needed every year to monitor the progress of the disease, so your dog's veterinarian can make an effective treatment plan. Your Lhasa may still adapt to the conditions of bosapso, as long as the bosapsos stay in the familiar environment. Cherry eye This condition is characterized by swelling of the dog's third eyelid. In the corner of the eye to form a cherry like red mass. Surgery is the usual treatment. Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) Also known as dry eye, it is often mistaken for conjunctivitis, which occurs when your dog's lacrimal ducts produce insufficient tears. Purulent secretions, irritation, inflammation, pain and corneal injury are associated with diseases. Once your Lhasa develops into KCs, bosapso will need daily care and treatment, including regular wiping and cleaning of eyes, artificial tears and medication. Sebaceous adenitis (SA) This hereditary skin disease is often mistaken for skin allergy. But when the immune system attacks the sebaceous glands, there is a more serious cosmetic problem. Your Lhasa skin becomes dry, scaly, itchy, thick, and may have hot spots and lesions; your hair becomes dull and fragile; and there will be flaky hair loss on the top of your head, around your neck, and on your back. Moldy, unpleasant odors often follow, as well as secondary skin infections. Biopsy is usually necessary to confirm the diagnosis. Common treatments include medicated shampoos, mineral oils and ointments; veterinarians may prescribe antibiotics, but there is no guarantee of a cure Hereditary renal dysplasia Due to the congenital genetic defect of the kidney, the organs can not be fully developed and the toxin can not be effectively filtered. This usually occurs early in the life of a Lhasa cub - from the first few days of the cub to before the age of five. Lhasa's condition is abnormally small-scale and excessive thirst, although some are only slightly affected and do not show symptoms. Dogs with severe infection are at high risk of renal failure. There is no cure for the disease. Life long management of this situation, mainly involving regular inspection, is necessary. Lhasa with this condition cannot be used for breeding. Patellar dislocation Patellar dislocation literally means dislocation of the knee, also known as knee spondylolisthesis. This condition is common in small dogs and is characterized by the knee joint, usually a joint of the hind leg, where it slides out. Dislocations are often painful and can even cause disability, but your Lhasa can still lead a normal life if conditions are properly managed. Ear infection Like most long haired dogs, bosapso is also vulnerable to ear infections, especially when the ears are not properly dried after a bath, or the excess hair in the ears is not regularly trimmed.
Bosapso is easy to get family training, but sticking to it from the first day is the key. Bosapso can also be trained in crates; in fact, this hybrid can suffer from separation anxiety, and dog farms are the best way to make your dog feel safe when you have to leave. This dog likes to be with bosapso's family. Bosapso's family like to be with their children. Bosapsos also have a strong protective effect. Usually, posapo thinks that bosapo is a bigger dog. Bosapso is not a bully, but he is very brave and never flinches.
Bosapsomay also have a tendency to chew, so chewing toys should be provided, which will replace your furniture and shoes. Bosapso can adapt to any living environment, as long as bosapso has a yard to play and explore, or a nearby park, bosapso can get fresh air and change the scenery. Meeting people while walking is also good for bosapso's social skills.
The mature period of bosapso is usually about 15 pounds, but without regular exercise time every day, bosapso are easy to gain weight. Bosapsos have about 12 inches of shoulders and are moderately tall, but their longer bodies tend to make them look bigger than they really are.