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  Havanese - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Though there is some argument on whether the original Havanese were all white or of different colours, modern Havanese are acceptable in all coat colours and patterns, with allowances made in every breed standard for their unique colourful nature.
Havanese have three coat types, the smooth, which is similar to the Maltese, the curly, which is not unlike a Bichon Frise coat, and the wavy, which is the preferred coat type and the type most uniquely Havanese.
The Havanese itself developed uniquely in Cuba, either as the result of said Spanish sailors, or as is often believed by native Cubans, as gifts from Italian traders to open the doors of wealthy houses to their goods.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Havanese   (1683 words)

  
 The Havanese By Cornerstone
Havanese are excellent with children and are loyal, devoted family pets.
The Havanese size is measured in inches (measured from the top of the shoulders to the ground) and ranges between 8-1/2 and 11-1/2 inches.
The Havanese is a very sweet and affectionate breed with exceptional intelligence and quick wit.
www.cornerstonekennels.com /havanese   (391 words)

  
 Havanese
Havanese are low in territoriality and generally only consider the owner's home and property as their own.
Havanese are good watch dogs, making sure to alert you when a visitor arrives, but will take their cue from you and welcome the guest when all seems well with their owner.
Havanese were never raised commercially or sold but were sometimes given as precious gifts to a friend or someone who had performed a valuable service.
www.geocities.com /Petsburgh/Farm/5868/havanese.html   (3995 words)

  
 Dog Owner's Guide Profile: the Havanese
The Havanese is a sturdy dog measuring 8.5-11.5 inches tall and, although the standard does not specify weight, he weighs seven to 13 pounds.
The Havanese is a hardy dog overall, with a tolerance for a wide range of temperatures and a relatively long life-span of 12-15 years.
The Havanese is a good breed for first-time dog owners and for families with young children, and he is smart and agile enough for those who want a small dog for obedience or agility competitions.
www.canismajor.com /dog/havanese.html   (1172 words)

  
 Havanese: What's Good About 'Em? What's Bad About 'Em?
The Havanese is peaceful with strangers, though he likes to sit perched on the back of a sofa or chair, looking out the window so he can announce visitors.
The Havanese belongs to the same "family" of dogs as the Bichon Frise, Maltese, Bolognese, and Coton de Tulear, all of which are difficult to housebreak.
Havanese are often too quick to sound the alarm at every new sight and sound.
www.yourpurebredpuppy.com /reviews/havanese.html   (597 words)

  
 Havanese, Dog Breed Information CenterĀ®, Havaneses Bichon Havanais, Havana Silk Dog
A Havanese with a short coat cannot be shown and is a serious fault in the show arena.
The Havanese gives a rugged impression of a little dog, it is sturdy, and while a small breed, it is neither fragile nor overdone.
Havanese are born to live in your home, and not in a patio or a kennel.
www.dogbreedinfo.com /havanese.htm   (1409 words)

  
 rec.pets.dogs: Havanese Breed-FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Territoriality: low Havanese are low in territoriality and generally only consider the owner's home and property as their own.
Watch/Guard Dog: alert/unsuited Havanese are good watch dogs, making sure to alert you when a visitor arrives, but will take their cue from you and welcome the guest when all seems well with their owner.
Coat The Havanese is a double-coated breed with soft hair, both in outer and undercoat.
www.faqs.org /faqs/dogs-faq/breeds/havanese   (4317 words)

  
 Havanese
The Havanese or Havana Silk Dog is a Cuban breed believed to have come from Europe with either Spanish explorers or Italian sea captains.
The Havanese is a happy, affectionate breed that is a loyal and loving companion for its family.
The head of the Havanese is medium in length, proportionate to the size of the body.
www.hoflin.com /BR/Havanese   (598 words)

  
 American Kennel Club - Havanese
The height range is from 8½ to 11½ inches, with the ideal being between 9 and 10½ inches, measured at the withers, and is slightly less than the length from point of shoulder to point of buttocks, creating a rectangular outline rather than a square one.
The Havanese gait is lively, elegant, resilient, and unique, contributing greatly to the breed's overall essential typiness.
The Havanese is both trainable and intelligent with a sweet, non-quarrelsome disposition.
www.akc.org /breeds/havanese/index.cfm   (1678 words)

  
 Havanese
Bred to be companions and pets, the Havanese soon found favour with wealthy Cubans.
The Havanese is related to the Bichon Frise and the Maltese, and is also called the Bichon Havanais.
The Havanese is a small muscular dog with great stamina whose love of people and desire to please makes him an excellent candidate for obedience training.
www.canadogs.com /BreedHavanese.htm   (311 words)

  
 Havanese Breed, Havaneses, Puppies, Dogs
The Havanese is related to the Bichon Frise and may be referred to as the Bichon Havanese or as the Havana Silk Dog.
Havanese are known as the national dog of Cuba.
Havanese cannot miss what is going on around them, so you may find them sitting somewhere high.
2000dogs.com /havanese.htm   (281 words)

  
 Havanese History
The Havanese in the United States today are direct descendants from one of the Bichon groups originating in the Mediterranean area.
He believes the Havanese is descended from the Maltese, brought to the West Indies by the Spaniards, and were at that time called "The Havana Silk Dog";.
The Havanese, like their anchestors were becoming extinct when first brought to the United States by Cuban families relocating as much as 30 years ago.
www.kachinas.com /history.html   (719 words)

  
 <havanese>
Havanese are a breed native of Cuba, in the Bichon family
Havanese need to be a part of their family's life~so no backyard kennel please!
Our breeding dogs are a good representation of the six main elements of the Havanese breed that is established in their AKC standard.
bumblebeeacres.com /havanese.htm   (195 words)

  
 Pets 4 You - Setacane Havanese Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
A few of these Havanese made it to the U.S. and two individuals in different states started to work in building the breed back and saving it from extinction.
The Havanese is a sweet natured little dog who loves attention and who gives love to all in the family.
Your Havanese should be a sturdy dog of 7 to 13 pounds, the 9 plus pounds dogs are those recommended by most breeders.
pets4you.com /pages/setacane.html   (459 words)

  
 Havanese Club of America
What this means---HV is Havanese, the next figure is the permanent CERF number, followed by the year CERF was done, and finally the age of the dog, in months at the time of the exam.
To check OFA-CHIC to see what Havanese have been health tested and the results forwarded to OFA: Go to the OFA website, page down to bottom click on CHIC, which located on the left of the page.
There are increasing numbers of Havanese in puppy mills and being produced by people solely for profit without regard to health.
www.havanese.org /Education/hcabuyersEd.htm   (966 words)

  
 The Havanese
The Havanese is a sturdy, short-legged small dog with a soft profuse coat.
Health concerns with the Havanese include cataracts which is an opacity of the lens of the eye.
The goal of the WyHaven Havanese breeding program is to improve the quality of the breed by producing carefully planned litters based on extensive pedigree research.
www.sidyboysfoolin.com /Havanese.html   (585 words)

  
 Havanese puppies, for sale, breeders,havaneses
Havanese with lots of TLC, raised in our home, they come to you pre spoiled and very loving, vet checked, this is all we do.
Havanese puppies, male and female, They are beautiful and ready to go to their new homes.
We have 4 beautiful Havanese puppies, ready to be adopted to your home about the 10th of April.
puppydogweb.com /breeders/havanese.htm   (2486 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Havanese: A Comprehensive Guide to Owning and Caring for Your Dog (Kennel Club Dog Breed Series): Books: ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The world-famous Havanese is the only existing pure-bred dog of Cuban origin, a rare blend of intelligence, personality and natural beauty.
Bred for its family-oriented temperament and loving ways, the Havanese is prized in the homes of the Cuban people as well as by fanciers in Europe and America.
Before you read the particular history of the Havanese, you should know that this breed belongs to the family of dogs called Bichons, who were known throughout Europe for many centuries.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1593782179?v=glance   (1012 words)

  
 The Havanese by Diane Klumb (Book) in Books > Pets > Dogs
My first Havanese will be 11 in Nov., and we lived through the heartache of not knowing if she would survive the repair of a liver shunt.
This is a must read for anyone considering adopting a Havanese and breeders would really be doing a great service by providing the book to all new families that have decided to share their lives with a Havanese.
While the Havanese does not have more health problems than other breeds, it does have a candor about what those problems are and what is being done to cure them.
www.lulu.com /content/125066   (3221 words)

  
 Havanese - UK Shop Search > Havanese
The Havanese is a Cuban offshoot of the Bichon family and recognised in the UK as a member of the toy group.
The Havanese dog is a Cuban member of the Bichon family, recognised by the UK Kennel Club as one of the Toy breeds.
The Havanese originates from Havana, in Cuba, and was bred...
www.infospot.com /searchdirectory/shops/Havanese.html   (379 words)

  
 Grooming the Pet Havanese
While the Havanese is not a "shedding" dog in the common sense of the word, he most certainly is not as non-shedding as many sources indicate.
While the Havanese does not traditionally shed as some breeds do, he certainly will lose some coat in the hair brush, and where he rubs against furniture or rolls on carpets etc. The Havanese looses coat similarly to how you lose your hair.
Dogs like Havanese that are generally allowed on the furniture and bed are usually bathed quite regularly; perhaps once a month for a pet Havanese.
www.mts.net /~mckay55/grooming.html   (2106 words)

  
 Havanese Angel League for Rescue
At the Havanese Angel League Organization for Rescue (HALO), we are dedicated to the survival and care of Havanese.
We feel strongly that getting a Havanese out of a puppy mill and ultimately having it spayed/neutered is saving unborn puppies from a puppy mill life.
A Havanese living in a mill is torture because that dog will never experience the love and kindness of being with a family and a family will never experience the love and joy of owning a Hav.
www.rescuedhavanese.org   (473 words)

  
 Havanese   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Havanese is a water dog from Cuba.
Havanese Club of America AKC parent club for the Havanese breed.
Havanese Fanciers of Canada Havanese history, prints and member profiles.
davidgoforth.com /id115.htm   (78 words)

  
 Live with a Havanese
If you want to learn all the secrets of having a happy and well-behaved Havanese in your family, then this is Special Report at $29.97 is just for you.
Your Havanese will slow down and need a little extra tender care as he ages – just as you will.
All the tips, techniques and secrets to Live with a Havanese are revealed in plain English that even a first-time dog owner can understand and follow.
www.toybreeds.com /Havanese.htm   (1173 words)

  
 Welcome to the Havanese Club of America
We are the Havanese Club of America (HCA) - the national AKC Parent Club for the Havanese breed.
In 1979, a small group of dedicated Havanese fanciers assembled for the purpose of forming a national breed club for the Havanese, the Havanese Club of America.
Today the HCA has about 400 members and the Havanese is a member of the Toy Group with full recognition by AKC.
www.havanese.org   (343 words)

  
 Havanese Home
has several years committed to the enhancement of the Havanese breed, using for this purpose, the best stock and breeding techniques.
Havanese weigh from 7 to 13 pounds and their height is 8 1/2 to 11 1/2 inches.
Beside his wonderful personality which make them ideal for kids and family they are non-shedding and odorless (some people refer to them as hypoallergenic) been an excellent dog for people with allergies.
www.tropicanas.net   (157 words)

  
 Havanese
We breed Havanese for good health and a happy, playfull attitude.
RiverHill is small kennel located in Minnesota, where we are proud to raise and show Havanese.
The main focus of RiverHill's breeding program is to raise the healthiest most gorgeous Havanese puppies available.
f.webring.com /hub?ring=havanese2   (187 words)

  
 Havanese Rescue Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Havanese Rescue Inc. (HRI) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization formed for the charitable purposes of rescuing purebred Havanese and Havanese mixes which are homeless or soon-to-be-homeless, including those found in animal shelters or similar facilities and those released by their owners.
Havanese Rescue Inc is an independent charitable organization which is not exclusively affiliated with any breed club.
Although membership in a Havanese Breed Club is not a requirement for our volunteers, we do encourage members of all clubs dedicated to the well-being of Havanese Dogs to join us as volunteers in our effort to save those Havanese which are left homeless and in need of our care.
www.petfinder.com /shelters/AZ181.html   (291 words)

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