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Japanese Chin: Origin, Temperament, Training, Exercise (Chin)
Also known as: Japanese
About Japanese Chin
Country of Origin, History of the breed
This breed originated and
was developed in China. The Japanese Chin
was initially bred for the purpose of accompanying
women in the Imperial Palace and as lap dogs
for Chinese aristocracy. The Japanese Chin
remained in the hands of the upper class,
and they were given as gifts to diplomats
and foreigners who provided noted services
In 1853, Commodore Perry brought
the first Chins over to England, and a pair was
given to Queen Victoria. Eventually, Chins came
to America but there is no record as to their final
destination in the United States. This breed was
formerly known as the Japanese Spaniel. In 1977,
the breed’s name was changed to the Japanese
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Description of the Dog
The Japanese Chin has a small,
attractive, short face, a well-balanced body, and
a feathered coat. This breed has a thick, silky,
soft coat that grows straight from the dog’s
body. The Japanese Chin has a plumed tail that rests
over the dog’s back and curves over both sides
of the body.
This breed has three types of coat:
Black and white, red and white (including orange,
lemon, and sable), and black and white with tan
points (including tan or red spots over the eyes,
inside the ears, or on both cheeks).
The coat of the Japanese Chin is
soft, straight, and abundant. The dog’s physical
outline is firm and square.
8 and 11 inches.
4 and 7 pounds.
The Japanese Chin is alert, intelligent,
and lively. This is a small, perky dog with who
appears staid, but enjoys running, playing, and
climbing. These dogs are gentle, affectionate, clean,
and easily housebroken. The Japanese Chin enjoys
comfort and likes to cuddle on soft pillows or a
guardian’s lap. This breed loves to be pampered.
Temperament of the Dog
This breed is sensitive, intelligent,
and loves to be a companion to its guardian. The
Japanese Chin tends to be very responsive and affectionate
to familiar people, but it can be hesitant to approach
strangers. The Japanese Chin co-exists well with
other animals. This breed requires consistent companionship,
and it may become anxious when left alone.
Better suited to an indoor
or outdoor lifestyle?
The Japanese Chin is well suited
to a home or apartment, but it requires exercise,
preferably walking, on a daily basis. This breed
tends to be easy-going and will accept an outdoor
environment. Fencing should be installed if the
dog is to be left outside without supervision.
Are they suited to homes
This breed should only live with
older children who are careful not to roughhouse
or mistreat the dog. The Japanese Chin is easy-going
and loves attention; it is an ideal breed for senior
citizens or homes without young children.
to take care of the Japanese Chin Puppy?
Care must be taken with a
Japanese Chin puppy early on. They require
constant exposure to people, sight, sounds,
and companionship. If left alone for long
periods of time, the Japanese Chin puppy may
become shy or suspicious.
This breed can easily learn new
tasks and has a high rate of learning. In addition,
the Japanese Chin is obedient and trains well by
using consistent words, commands, praise, and rewards.
Barking might be an issue and the puppy will need
to be trained to reduce it.
The Japanese Chin maintains a high
activity level and needs to be walked daily. Also,
the dogs need opportunities to run and play. This
breed enjoys yard play, but the area must be fenced
to prevent the dog’s hunting instincts from
leading it into a street or adjacent property.
This breed is very clean, but sheds
a great deal. As a result, it requires daily combing
and brushing to keep fur from accumulating around
the home. The dog responds well to a dry shampoo,
which only needs to be used when necessary.
The Japanese Chin has a fragile
body, and it may develop eye irritations, breathing
difficulties, and dislocated kneecaps. The dog’s
ears and eyes should be checked and cleaned every
Cautions about Breeding
This breed should be purchased
from ethical, reputable breeders only. Ask a breeder
for references or research the breeder via the Internet.
Do not purchase any animal from a breeder without
knowing its reputation.
Litter Size: Between
1 and 3 pups.
Life Span: Between
9 and 10 years.
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National Breed Club
In the United Kingdom, the Japanese Chin is promoted
by The Japanese Chin Club of America. This organization
can be reached via the internet at. http://www.japanesechinclub.co.uk
In the United States, this breed is represented
by The Japanese Chin Club, UK. This organization
can be reached via the internet at http://www.japanesechinonline.org
The Japanese Chin was recognized
by the American Kennel Club and The Kennel Club
in the United Kingdom in 1888.
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