Lhasa Apso Puppies
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All our dogs are tested for all eye-diseases by ECVO Veterinarian .
Lhasa Apso puppy for sale :
All our pups are out of
Very healthy and lovely Lhasa Apso puppy's available in april and may 2015,
For serious Lhasa Apso owners who love the breed, reservation advised!
Father: Champion EL Minja's Jangbu and mum: Champion EL Minja's Sengroma
Father: ChampionEL Minja's Jangbu and mum: EL Minja's Pan-Di-Ta
Father: Simone Dell Albericoand mum: EL Minja's Ceba
For serious Lhasa Apso owners who love the breed,
contacts by the web form below or by phone
EL Minja's Alba Lotus
This is EL Minja's Suddhodana with his new mum Mrs Nancy d.S.
Linda and her daughters with puppy EL Minja's Sakya Muni aka "roosje"
Lhasa Apso puppy EL Minja's Toermalijn 4 weeks old
Lhasa Apso puppy EL Minja's Orchidee with her proud owner Nevenka.
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Happiness is a Lhasa Apso puppies love.
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EL Minja's Panda owned by Sandra K.
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The Lhasa Apso puppies temperament is unique: joyful, mischievous and clown-like, as well as regal, dignified and aloof. Because of their expressive facial features, owners often remark on their "human-like" qualities and sensitivity to human feelings, claiming their dogs "can almost talk."
Probably no two Lhasa Apso pups personalities are exactly alike. A very independent breed, the Lhasa's goal in life is not necessarily to please its master. This is very different from most breeds of dogs.
While Lhasas can be trained successfully in obedience using the right methods for this breed, they are not, by nature, an obedient breed. Lhasas are very intelligent with the ability to reason, and can even be somewhat manipulative.
Therefore, consistency is a crucial element in their training, much as it is with raising children. If a Lhasa Apso puppy owner does not establish him or her self as the "leader of the pack," then it is almost guaranteed that the Lhasa will assume that role! Lhasa Apso puppies are very busy, full of energy and curiosity, becoming calmer and dignified, yet still playful, as adults. A slow maturing breed, Lhasas do not reach their prime until well into their third or fourth year.
New owners need to keep this in mind when house training Lhasa Apso puppies. Because Lhasas live longer than many other dogs, particularly the larger breeds, they develop more slowly.
Lhasas age gracefully, however, keeping a youthful appearance and attitude well into their teens. The average lifespan of the breed is 12 to 15 years old, although many have lived to be 17 or 18, and some even beyond 20.
Bred as indoor watchdogs for hundreds of years, Lhasa Apsos are often suspicious of strangers. Lhasas are guardians of their domain, but are usually less protective away from home.
Early socialization is critical to a Lhasa's success as a family member, in order to overcome the breed's natural tendency toward wariness of strangers. The time invested in training these Lhasa Apso puppies, however, will be well worth effort in terms of the loyalty, joy, and long term companionship that your lhasa apso puppy dog from Tibet will provide throughout its lifetime.
When should I bring my Lhasa Apso puppy home?
Lhasa Apso puppies are much slower maturing than many other breeds. On average, puppies learn important social skills, such as bite restraint, from playing with their mother and littermates between six and eight weeks old. However, some Lhasas still don't have teeth at eight weeks and they can't learn bite restraint until they get their teeth.
Puppy kindergarten and/or basic obedience training, always using positive training techniques, is recommended for all youngsters. Lhasa Apsos require firmness, fairness, and consistency in training. Positive rewards work far better than harsh discipline. In fact, the breed should never be disciplined harshly, as a Lhasa Apso puppy may show resentment if it deems the punishment unfair. Instead, the rather independent and willful nature of Lhasa Apso puppies requires patient understanding combined with gentle correction. Most Lhasas will do just about anything for food treats. But, because they are smart, they are easily bored with rote obedience work. Training sessions should be kept short and exercises varied to maintain the Lhasa's attention. Above all, have fun and keep your sense of humor.
Our Lhasa Apso puppies are bred according by the regulations of the Dutch kennelclub [FCI] and the Dutch breed club. ous dogs are all eyetested for inheritance diseases. Our high standards for Topquality have proven that our dogs belong to the WorldTop. You check out the references at Media and Nieuws Pages.
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