The Chinese Imperial Dog is a compact, well-muscled toy breed with sturdy bone structure and a sweet facial expression. They have well-developed bone structure and a body that is properly proportioned.
The Chinese Imperial Dog is a wonderful pet and family companion. They are spunky, cheerful, and playful, and they are very loving and affectionate. They are intelligent and social, and they are trusting of most people. They are content to sit quietly on someone’s lap for long periods of time, and they are very cooperative. They have an independent streak and they are full of energy.
Because of their small size, the Chinese Imperial Dog is prone to hypoglycemia. When coming from a reliable breeder, the Chinese Imperial Dog has very few health-related issues or concerns. They typically live for 10 to 15 years.
The average lifespan for this breed is 10 years but they occasionally live up to 15.
They can live up to 12-15 years.
The Chinese Imperial Dog is a very rare breed that originated in China.
The Chinese Imperial Dog’s coat should be trimmed about once per month. Occasional bathing, ear checks, and nail clippings should also be administered.
The Chinese Imperial Dog is well suited to any indoor environment. They love to play, but their exercise requirement is comparatively low.
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- Do the chinese imperials shed?
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- these chinese imperial are different from the shi tzu, right?
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- Is it normal for a Chinese Imperial to sweat a lot on its belly?
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