You should bathe La Chon if necessary, check your ears for infection every week and wipe them clean. If you see the hair in his ear, you will pull it off. It is recommended that La Chon's teeth be brushed several times a week and nails should be trimmed as needed.
Both parents of La Chon have a lot of hair, which needs to be trimmed continuously. Although La Chon doesn't need much grooming, they do need regular brushing to prevent their fur from getting tangled or entangled by mats. They have naturally long hair that can be trimmed regularly to make La Chon look neat. It also helps to prevent hair from getting into the eyes, which can accumulate dirt and cause disease without proper care. If LA Chon's ears have hair, they should be removed and cleaned regularly. Like all other breeds, La Chon should brush her teeth several times a week and trim her nails regularly.
La Chon may refuse to go to the bathroom outside, gnaw at wooden furniture, or laugh at you and run. Soon you'll be grey and ready to give the dog back to you. La Chon is a rare, designer, small, 8-15 pound, lapped dog with 50% Lhasa APSO and 50% Bichon frise. They can be registered as lachon dogs through the American crossbreeding club. This breed is suitable for people who are highly allergic to animals. La Chon is considered a dog without hair loss, but grooming can be high maintenance if you let their hair grow out.
Because La Chon is very small, it usually needs very little food a day and has a low maintenance cost in terms of food budget. La Chon usually needs only about one cup of food per day, although active pups may need close to two cups of food. Don't feed them for free, but give La Chon a schedule, two or three times a day. La Chon will be happy to adjust their diet plan to suit your needs.
As you can see from the relatively short list of diseases that usually affect these dogs, La Chon is usually a healthy breed. Most of this is due to the health of the parents, because La Chon is close to becoming disease-free. However, be sure to take them to the veterinarian for regular examination so that they can find anything early. These visits are particularly beneficial with age, as La Chon usually has kidney disease and possibly bladder laxity.
Two parents of La Chon are very smart. This means that your la Chon can be stubborn, hard to train, and you play like a violin. Make sure they know right away that you are alpha It's also important for your family members. If you're not sure you're alpha, your dog may experience puppy syndrome (that is, the dog thinks he's the leader of humans) This will lead to different degrees of negative behavior.
You can have it when you're a La chon puppy, and it'll be better and faster to connect with the family that adopted it. Because of their strong loyalty, these dogs have built relationships with people since childhood. These connections are hard to break, making any transition more difficult for La Chon dogs who have been living with the same person for most of their lives. La Chon looks like a teddy bear, which is very suitable, because this happy dog often likes hugging. Their parents are known to be smart, which means that this usually shifts to the cute La Chon puppy. Their wisdom, combined with their sweetness, makes it easy for them to train. Their parents, the Picchu family, were used as circus dogs at the end of the Renaissance because they were easy to train. Unlike the bhikkhs, the Rakons are easygoing and will not be enraged quickly, and will not go mad unless they are seriously provoked.
Although La Chon is considered to be a toy dog, they are quite active. La Chon should walk or have at least 30 minutes of continuous activity every day. Because they're smart, it's best to combine exercise with mental stimulation. La Chon is easy to train because it comes from two breeds known for their intelligence and desire to please. Because they are sensitive to the coach's emotions, you have to be calm and calm in training. With a firm hand to train La Chon, with a consistent command script, everyone in the family knows what each specific command means. Don't be hard on La Chon because it may cause them to close or feel bad. Positive reinforcement helps these willing puppies a lot.
These La Chons are very suitable for most families because they are sociable, lazy and form a strong bond from an early age. While all dogs should be supervised when spending time with very young children, La Chon generally helps parents feel relaxed with the children around them. This breed often relaxes around other pets, although it helps with early social activities. They can work well with other dogs and cats, although some barking may occur in a new home introduction.
La Chon's negative behaviors are compulsive barking, anxiety of separation, boredom of strangers, intolerance of children, biting, and the worst is Bite. Remember, these are not normal characteristics of dogs, but are caused by human induced behavior, because of the way dogs are treated. You have to tell your dogs (no matter how cute and small they are) that you are the leader and La Chon has to follow your rules. Calm, confident, set boundaries and boundaries. La Chon needs to walk and play every day (any exciting challenge). If your dog gets enough mental and physical exercise, La Chon will work together to become a more satisfied dog.