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Chacy Ranior - Information on Dog Breed, Puppies, Nature and Temperament


The Chacy Ranior has been developed from the Bichon Frise, the Maltese, the Shih-Tzu, the Yorkshire Terrier, the Miniature Schnauzer, the Poodle, the Havanese and the Lhasa Apso.



This dog was initially called the Shichon before being referred to as the Chacy Ranior. The change in name was done in 2005 December.

Chacy Ranior Puppies, Nature and Temperament


The Chacy Ranior dog usually comes in a variety of shades like liver, tan, black, white, apricot, black and tan, black brindle and also black and white. Their eyes are round in shape and have halos of dusky grey or black.



Their eye color is normally either smoky brown or dark. The Chacy Ranior has a sickle shaped tail that is undocked. They also have dropped ears and feet which are tight and round like a cat’s paw. These Chacy Ranior dogs and also the Chacy Ranior puppies have broad shoulders and wide chests and are very athletic.



They are very energetic and agile, but are also known to be very obedient. These dogs should not have a cork screw tail, if they do then that is considered to be a fault.  

The Chacy Ranior is considered quite easy to train and can be a very disciplined dog. The Chacy Ranior puppies and dogs are outgoing, stable, very intelligent, playful, curious, alert and devoted. They are very attached to their owners and can be great companions. They are also good with any other pets or animals and also with children. Chacy Ranior dogs will not tolerate any harsh treatment or any kind of physical abuse being meted out to them. These dogs bark is not like the Pomeranian or the Toy Poodle but the dogs may bark excessively at times. One needs to train them from the start not to bark at strangers unnecessarily.

Chacy Ranior information is not hard to come by on the internet and you should be able to find Chacy Ranior puppies for sale quite easily on various websites. You can also check with the local veterinarian for any more information on the breed. The dogs do not like being left alone, so if you spend a lot of time away from home and there is no one else in your household to keep them company this may not be the best dog breed for you. It is advisable to prevent them from suffering from the Small Dog Syndrome. On the plus side these dogs are rather healthy and are not known to be vulnerable to any specific ailment. Some amount of exercise is necessary as with any dog breed.

 
  Submitted on October 7, 2011