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Learn more about the Havanese breed
The Havanese is a smart, friendly breed that can make an excellent pet for most any family or living situation. While preferring the company of their favorite person, they are sociable with anyone and do great with children. Clownish, they will try their best to make you laugh! Although an energetic breed, they are happy to keep their playtime indoors and do not require a large backyard or hours long hikes.
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12 Havanese Health Tips
Keep your Havanese healthy and happy longer by following these tips! As always, remember to discuss any diet or lifestyle changes with your veterinarian.
- Start out right by acquiring your Havanese from a reputable and responsible breeder! A reputable and responsible breeder is someone who raises their puppies in a loving environment and gives them proper health care prior to going home, such as puppy inoculations and dewormings. It is best to find an experienced breeder who has been breeding Havanese for at least 10 years.
- Make sure to bring your Havanese in to the veterinarian for its yearly check up and vaccinations!
- Talk to your veterinarian about a heartworm preventative, as well as a flea and tick preventative. Remember that these products are poisons to kill the fleas, ticks, and heartworms, so use them sparingly with discretion.