The Japanese Spaniel, also known as the Japanese Chin, is a small dog breed originating from Japan.
This is a small, compact, well-proportioned dog with a round, broad head, short muzzle, and round, dark eyes.
The Japanese Spaniel's ears are V-shaped and set high on the head, often decorated with hair pom poms.
The coat of the Japanese Spaniel is silky and soft, usually white in color with black, red or tan markings. Their tail is covered in long hair and can be carried curled over their back.
The Japanese Spaniel is a very affectionate and attached dog, but can be shy around strangers. They are also known for their intelligence and gentle temperament, and are often used as service dogs for the elderly or people with disabilities.
Although the Japanese Spaniel is a small dog, he is quite energetic and needs regular exercise to stay healthy. They are also fairly easy to train and socialize, making them suitable for novice dog owners.
Grooming the Japanese Spaniel is relatively simple, with regular brushing to maintain their silky coat and avoid knots and tangles. Their coat also requires regular bathing to keep it clean and shiny.