Breeding of the Havanese began within the United States in the 1970s. Their coats are double, but without the harsh standoff guard hair and woolly undercoat usually associated with double coats. It is soft and light in texture with the outer coat carrying more weight. The longhair is ideally wavy. The Havanese breed standard states that they stand 8-12 ins at the shoulder and weigh no more than 13#, although many of ours are much smaller and in the nine pound range. Havanese are neither timid, nor aggressive. They are intelligent and lively. They get along well with dogs of other breeds and are not quarrelsome dogs. They love life and activity whether it be a romp through the snow, playing in the grass, a run on the beach, or just celebrating the day with you. All of our babies are litterbox trained using the Purina 2nd Nature Litter and Litterbox system before leaving us. Just "food for thought". I grew up in a home where we always had female dogs in the home - never a male.
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