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The Japanese Chin Mix is a cross between the Japanese Chin and any other dog breed. Hence this isn’t a purebred dog. As is the case with all mixed breeds, they can inherit their traits predominantly from one parent, or more commonly. They get a blend of traits from both parents. The Japanese Chin Mix is no different and hence the only one to know which traits to expect by looking closely at the information on the other parent breed.
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The Japanese Chin is a quiet dog breed with a very charming character and a noble personality as they have noble ancestry. They can be quite amusing and will try to gather as much attention as possible with their playful antics. They are good with children and other pets. Although they can easily get injured from accidental falls or rough play so supervision is necessary when they are playing with smaller kids. Should the Japanese Chin Mix take after their Chin parent, similar traits will be seen.
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The Japanese Chin Mix is likely to be a moderate to highly adaptable dog breed as they will likely be small and hence not require a lot of space. Furthermore, sensitivity to extremely hot and cold climates is expected as this is common within almost all dog breeds. Furthermore, like their Chin parents, they are usually easily trainable with the use of positive methods such as rewards and praise as they can get really stubborn when they feel things are not going their way.
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As concerns their health, the Japanese Chin Mix may win the ‘genetic lottery’ and end up with none of the breed-specific conditions that are common to their parents or on the other hand they may inherit most of these conditions. Nevertheless, we ensure that all our breeders screen their puppies to avoid the transmission of such genes across generations. Furthermore, the Japanese chin has a lifespan of 10-12 years and they stand at 8-11inches tall at the shoulder while weighing between 7-11 pounds. The mixed breed is likely to have similar figures unless these traits are affected greatly by the other parent breed.