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Havanese Dog In India - All You Want To Know

Havanese Dog in India – All You Want to Know

If you are looking for a dog who looks just like how Baby Yoda would have looked if he were a dog, Havanese is the dog breed where your search should be ending. It is an extrovert breed that we are talking about over here. The bouncy and funny way it walks happens to be its distinguishing factor.

As such, this breed gets classified as a toy dog breed. A Havanese baby could be ideal if you want to practice your hairstyling skills. They are the true epitomes of the term fluff ball. However, if you are looking to raise such a baby, there are a few things that you need to know.

How popular are Havanese dogs in India?havanese dog breed

These dogs are moderately popular in India. As pets, they are good, and it also helps that they are affordable. They can adapt to the weather conditions here in India as well. So, that is a significant advantage as well.       

Is Havanese Dog available in India?

As you would have understood already, this is a foreign breed. However, you can buy from certified dog breeders. Before making the purchase, ensure that the breeder enjoys a good reputation in the market.

How much do they cost in India?havanese dog price in india

The price of a Havanese Dog In India depends on the quality of its breed. It is the most significant reason why various dog breeds have different prices. In India, the dogs get classified into three categories or classes– the basic, show quality, and KCI (Kennel Club of India) certified.

Basic Havanese dogs cost around 25,000 to 35,000 rupees. The KCI dogs cost between 35,000 and 50,000 rupees. The cost of show-quality dogs can be 50,000 to 90,000. The attributes of these variants are the same, however.

However, even as you go higher, there is marked quality improvement. The show-quality dogs are the closest to what the kennel clubs describe as the ideal version of a particular breed.

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How much does a Havanese Dog In India cost to maintain them?

It does not cost you much to groom a Havanese dog. You have to brush them at least two or three times a week. In terms of bathing, once a month should be good enough. However, it is significant to clean their noses and ears regularly. The same thing is also applicable to their nails.

For exercise, you need to walk them around twice a day – even once a day would be okay in these cases. However, get them checked and vaccinated regularly and as per schedule. On average, maintaining a Havanese dog should not cost you more than 3000 or 4000 rupees a month.

Havanese Dog popularity and history havanese puppies

As their names would indicate, the Havanese dogs originated in Cuba. They are ancestrally related to the breed of dogs known as Bichon. Thanks to their heritage, they were obviously rather popular with the Spanish nobility that ruled that part of the world at the time.

They have remained just as popular thanks to how charming they are. During the Cuban Revolution, some dogs traveled to the USA (United States of America). Some of them were taken over there by the aristocracy members who lived there.

It was only in 1996 that the AKC (American Kennel Club) officially listed the breed. The dog was always well-liked, and a few years later, the AKC anointed it the title of the fastest-growing dog breed in the country.

The characteristics of the Havanese dog breed

These are small dogs between 22 and 29 cm in height and weigh between four and seven kilos. Even though classified as toy dogs, they are pretty sturdy. The hair on their tail is longer than the tail itself. As such, you would see it falling on their back.

The most charming aspect of the Havanese dogs is the way they walk. They have a spring in their steps, which endears them the most to people who look at them.

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