Japanese Chin - Playful, agile and friendly, with a wonderful sense of humor, this breed makes a charming pet. A beautiful long-coated toy breed, the Japanese Chin was a favorite of the Japanese imperial family and was distinguished from other dogs by its royal status.
The Japanese Chin is a cat stuck in a dog’s body. They are alert, intelligent and independent. They use their paws to wipe down their face and given it a wash from time to time. They like resting on the backs of high couches and sofas. They are also able to walk across the coffee table without disturbing a single item. The Japanese Chin’s coat is low-maintenance, soft and silky. They are loving, loyal and happy to see other people. Their weight can range from 3 pounds to 15 pounds. NOT…
Apparently this puppy is a Japanese Chin x Peke x Pomeranian mix. Not sure if he's simply "cute", or "so ugly he's cute"! His cute little face makes him look like the canine version of "Grumpy Cat" :-).
Malachi is friendly and full of personality and debuting for adoption today at Nevada SPCA (www.nevadaspca.org). He is a young Japanese Chin & Pekingese mix, 1 year of age, good with other dogs and now neutered. Malachi was found on the Vegas streets with no sign of responsible ownership (no ID tag, no microchip ID, not neutered). He is ready to become a valued, lifelong member of a loving home.