A hunting, non-sporting dog breed originating in Tibet. It was bred to guard monasteries by following intruders around and barking until help arrived.
According to one source on canine nutrition, the original temple diet of the Lhasa Apso would have consisted mostly of “domesticated yak, mountain goat, bear, or lama” as well as “barley and rice crops”, “dried berries”, and of course… bones. Since the breed developed using these food stuffs, it would seem prudent to try to […]
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The title of this article may strike some as odd, but it actually makes an odd sort of sense. You see, one of the Google searches that landed at this site was for the phrase “french lhasa apso”. This phrasing suggests that someone – most likely because of the elegant appearance of the Lhasa Apso […]
According to the American Kennel Club, Lhasa Apsos ought measure around ten to eleven inches at the withers. Males should weigh in between fourteen and eighteen lbs, and females between twelve and fourteen lbs. The forelegs should be unbent, and the rump should be well-developed and well-muscled. Llhasa Apso criteria call for brown eyes of […]