Among the many breeds of dog, the Japanese Shih Tzu is one of the most popular. They are light and agile, and their double coat provides excellent protection against harsh weather conditions. They are recognized by both the Japanese Kennel Club (JKC) and the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC). Unfortunately, they are close to extinction due the poor economic conditions in Japan. They are great guard dogs, and also make loving companions for Japanese families.
The name is derived from the Japanese word “chin,” which means “many tricks.” They are extremely popular in China, where they have been a staple of many decorations, pottery, temples and other places. They have a cat-like personality, and they often like to wipe their face with their paws. Unlike many other breeds of dogs, Japanese Chins also have a keen sense of balance.
The Japanese Shih Tzu, another popular breed, is closely related to the Japanese Chin. In fact, the Japanese Shih Tzu is a hybrid of the Japanese Chin and Shih Tzu. In most cases, the two breeds are 50-50. The first generation of this cross is known as an F1 mix. Although there are many Japanese Shih Tzu and Jatzu breeds, they share some common traits.
The Shih Tzu is one of the oldest and most popular dog breeds in the U.S. today. The DRA has yet to recognize the Jatzu, which is a hybrid of the Shih Tzu and the Japanese Chin. This breed is a great companion and is one of our most popular. It is a quiet lap dog, and enjoys getting lots of attention from people.
Shih Tzus are believed to have originated in Tibet and were given to Chinese royalty in the 7th century. The Japanese Chin is thought to have come from the same breed, but has undergone selective breeding in both countries. The Japanese Shih Tzu may also be a descendant from the Pekingese. Although breeders speculate that these dogs might have been Pekingese-like in appearance, the fact is that they share a common background and are adaptable.
The Japanese Shih Tzu, despite their small size is an affectionate and loyal companion. These dogs are able to adapt to apartment life and will shower you with unconditional affection. While this breed can adapt to apartment life, it should be noted that health problems are inevitable in dogs of any breed. It is important to have pet insurance in place to cover yourself for potential problems. There is no need to worry though, as Shih Tzus are extremely easy to train.
The Jatzu is like any other dog breed, there are many health issues. Most commonly, it’s eye and ear infections. These two conditions are rare. In addition to eye and ear infections, Jatzus are prone to heart murmurs and patellar luxation. Jatzus can also be susceptible to Von Willebrand syndrome and brachycephalic Syndrome.