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Havanese Puppies for Sale

NY Breeder(NYBreeder.com) is your preeminent source for pure-bred Havanese puppies!

Residents of small apartments in New York City who seek a dose of furry cuteness will adore a Havanese puppy. An indoor dog by breed, this dog is best for apartment living since, beyond a daily walk, they do not require a large yard or garden for playing.

Origins

Brought from Europe to Cuba during the 17th century the Bichon holds a strong component in the Havanese bloodline. Breed with the Blanquito de la Habana, modern-day Havanese are now crossbred with French or German Poodles. Mrs. Goodale, an American breeder wanted to keep the breed from extinction. During the 1970s when many and after many Cuban families had arrived in the U.S. in the 1960s. Mrs. Goodale collected 11 Havanese that were papered to create the American bloodline in 1974.In the 1980s a long-haired version appeared in Germany. Dog registries began recognize the breed as of 1991. This is a healthy breed although it cannot participate in competitions.

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Features

Havanese are perfect lapdogs since they only grow 8-11 inches high and, and have a weight of 7-13 pounds.

Its coat can come in several varieties including a wavy coat, a smooth short coat (considered a fault for showing due to a recessive gene through breeding), a corded coat (recognized by AKC and CKC) or curly coat. Traditionally, the Havanese has a soft double coat under an outer coat that can grow as long as 6-8 inches long. Coats may be white silver, black, blue, cream,tri or particolored. Its fur can become matted quickly if allowed to drag in the dirt, so you may have to bathe your Havanese puppy frequently. Hair on the pads of its feet also have to be trimmed.

The eye rims of a Havanese are generally black. The only exception is in a pup with a chocolate-colored coat.

Brush or comb your new pup at least twice a week. This is a hypoallergenic dog that does not shed.

Demeanor

Havanese are very affectionate and will become attached to you and your family due to their intelligence and playful attitude. The breed does not bark excessively unless trained as a pup to be a guard-dog. Your Havanese if socialized
at an early age with people outside of your family is very friendly. It is good for children and will play with other household animals.

Train your Havanse with dulcet vocal tones as you reinforce commands reinforcement. Become the pack leader, or your new pup may exhibit behaviors known as small dog syndrome. Your breeder can explain this syndrome in full.

Care and Feeding

It is best to stick with food that is suggested for your Havanese until it is 6 months old. They require fresh water no milk or other liquids to keep them from having serious digestive problems since their system is fragile. Treats, table food, and greenies will give the pup soft bowels.

Other health concerns include cherry eye, deafness, cataracts, and hip dysplasia. Talk to the experts at NY Breeder about any health concerns you may have about your Havanese. Since they are a unique crossbred that is not breed for the competition you and your family will enjoy many happy years with your new Havanese puppy. Singles and older people will also enjoy the companionship and snuggles from this lovely lapdog. You are certain to make many new friends on your walks around New York City with your people-friendly Havanese puppy.

NY Breeder specializes in the toy, miniature, and standard breeds of all types including the Havanese. They are open and ready to serve your needs as well as answer all questions you have about your new Havanese puppy.

NY Breeder also offers dog training services in a group or individual setting. NY Breeder is located in White Plains, NY. Their facility is at

45 Tarrytown Road. Contact them at 914-935-7410, email them at info@nybreeder.com, or visit them today!

Your Havanese puppy awaits you and your family!