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Lhasa Apso for sale

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10-11 inches


5-9 kg

Life span

12-15 yrs

Beware of outsiders


Good with kids


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These little pups are definitely one of a kind, with a rich history and plenty of personality quirks to boot.
So, let's start with their history. Lhasa Apsos are an ancient breed that originated in Tibet. They were bred as watchdogs and were often kept by monks in monasteries. It's said that Lhasa Apsos were considered sacred dogs and were believed to bring good luck to their owners. They were also often given as gifts to important visitors to Tibet.
Nowadays, Lhasa Apsos make wonderful household pets. They're small, which makes them great for people who live in apartments or smaller homes. They're also known for being fiercely loyal to their owners and making excellent watchdogs. They can be a bit aloof with strangers, but they're generally friendly with people they know.
Personality-wise, Lhasa Apsos are often described as playful, energetic, and affectionate. They love to be around their owners and will often follow them from room to room. They're also known for being intelligent and easy to train, though they can be stubborn at times.
One thing to be aware of when considering a Lhasa Apso is their grooming needs. Their long, flowing coats require regular brushing to keep them looking their best. They can also be prone to skin allergies and other health issues, so it's important to keep up with regular vet visits.
In terms of quirks, Lhasa Apsos are known for their tendency to bark. They can be quite vocal, which makes them great watchdogs but can also be a bit annoying for some owners. They can also be a bit bossy at times and may try to assert their dominance over other pets in the home.
All in all, Lhasa Apsos are a great choice for anyone looking for a loyal and affectionate companion. They're small, easy to train, and full of personality. Just be prepared for their grooming needs and their tendency to bark!

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