The Havanese is an adorable and affectionate, loving, and gentle pup who loves to cuddle. They’re also very playful and fun-loving with a happy personality who likes to entertain. They’re a social breed who loves people, more notably, their owners. They’re also smart and are fast learners making them easy to train.

  • Very sociable, and gets along with people and other pets
  • Make good companions and emotional support animals
  • Playful pups who enjoy performing and learning new tricks

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What is a Havanese dog?

A Havanese is a toy breed dog that comes from Cuba. In fact, they’re known as the national dog of Cuba, and the only native breed.

Do Havanese shed?

A Havanese is considered a low-shedding dog. Because they don’t shed that much, they still need their hair trimmed every 6-8 weeks, brushed at least 2 or 3 times a week, and bathed every 1 to 2 weeks.

Are Havanese hypoallergenic?

A Havanese dog is a considered to be a hypoallergenic dog breed. Please note that no dog is 100% hypoallergenic, but you have breeds who shed lesser than others, and a Havanese is one of them, yet there’s still a chance that they can cause an allergic reaction in humans.

How long do Havanese live?

Havanese dogs can live somewhere between 13 – 15 years of age.

How big do Havanese get?

A Havanese is a small dog whose height can range somewhere between 8 ½ to 11½ inches tall (at the shoulders).

How much do Havanese weigh?

Havanese dog’s weight can vary somewhere between 7 to 13 pounds.

When do Havanese stop growing?

Some have said that a Havanese puppy stops growing roughly between the ages of 6 to 8 months old, while others have said 8 to 10 months of age.

How long do Havanese live?

A Havanese dog has a lifespan that ranges between the ages of 13 to 15 years of age.

Do Havanese bark a lot?

Known to be a fairly quiet dog, a Havanese is still a dog and will bark on occasion, and in some instances, you might get one that will bark a lot. When they do bark, they bark because they’re alerting you, they’re curious about something, or they want your attention. Because of this, they do make good watchdogs.

Are Havanese cuddly?

The Havanese dog is quite the cuddler. If you’re seeking a cuddly type of pup, you found it.

Can Havanese swim?

Havanese dogs, in general, can swim, and enjoy doing so. Not every Havanese knows how to, though, and if you place one in the pool, be mindful of the chlorine because it can cause illness if they swallow it.

Are Havanese smart?

Havanese dogs are of average intelligence, and when it comes to training, he’s very smart and trainable. He wants to please his owner, so he’ll respond to your commands, and will be cooperative.

Are Havanese good with cats?

Because of their gentle nature, Havanese dogs typically get along with cats. They’re playful and aren’t quick to get angry or be aggressive with other animals.

Can you leave a Havanese at home alone?

A Havanese dog is a companion type of dog, so they can suffer from separation anxiety. Because of this, leaving them alone for longer than four hours is a no-no. They can’t handle it.

Is a Havanese a good family dog?

A Havanese when properly socialized and trained makes a great family dog because they are a companion dog who possesses an adaptable nature. They get along with everyone including adults, children, and even other pets.


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