Are havanese hyper dogs?

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Havanese were considered luxury items and the dogs of the upper class.

As well as show-dogs, Havanese are popular pets for apartment-dwellers.

They are comparatively long-lived and healthy in comparison to some other toy breeds, though some are prone to dry skin and luxating patella.


Although he has many qualities, the Havanese can become aggressive and bark growl or attack his owner or other people or pets.

These reactions have some hidden reasons: dominance, fear, defense of territory, pain, frustration or even overly enthusiastic play.


Havanese are highly trainable dogs and can often be found performing in the circus.

Though Havanese like attention and are generally good around new people, they can sometimes be overly protective and wary of strangers.

Teaching them early on that new friends are good can save a lot of eardrums from a Havanese bark.


Havanese is an Affectionate Breed.

These cute little dogs stand about 8.5 to 11.5 inches in height and have a weight of about 7 to 13 pounds.

The breed has a long body, drop ears, broad skull and flat cheeks.

Strictly speaking, the Havanese is not the pet for you if you do not have enough time for grooming your dog.


Generally speaking, the average price of a Havanese puppy is around $1,000 to $1,500.

Like all puppies, however, this will depend on the breeder.

Then there are those that are amateurs and perhaps aren't breeding the best stock and won't have quite so high Havanese prices.

Havanese dogs are very trainable, smart and of a cooperative nature. They are not, however, known for being particularly easy to housetrain, and many owners opt to crate train their young Havanese pups to help in the potty training phase, which helps prevent accidents.
The Havanese is non-shedding and considered a good hypo allergenic dog. Excess hair around the pads of the feet should be clipped. Hypoallergenic: YesHavanese are generally healthy and sturdy with relatively few serious health issues. They typically live 14 to 16 years.

Havanese are affectionate and happy dogs.

They do not make good kennel dogs and prefer being with their owners.

Havanese are intelligent and trainable.

They need socialization to prevent them from becoming timid with strangers.

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