Hybrid Breed

Chihuahua + Japanese Chin


Chihuahua and Japanese Chin Mix - a hybrid breed.

This fun-loving mixed breed is the perfect companion for anyone looking for a furry friend. The Chihuahua and Japanese Chin are a great combination of two popular breeds and are guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?

The Chihuahua-Japanese Chin mix is a small, compact dog weighing between 3 and 6 kg. They measure between 20 and 30 cm at the shoulder and have a long, slender neck. The head is rounded with large, dark eyes and erect ears. The body is long and muscular, the coat is short and smooth. The tail is long and tapered and can be carried curled over the back.

Alternate Name -
Origin Mexico / Japan
Life expectancy 12 - 20 years
Care requirements low-maintenance - high-maintenance
Activity level low
FCI group not recognised
AKC group not recognised
KC group not recognised

Possible character traits of Chihuahua and Japanese Chin Mix - Such is probably his nature.

Chihuahuas are the smallest dog breed and are known for their large, pointed ears and big, round eyes. They are also one of the longest-lived dog breeds with an average lifespan of 15 years.

Chihuahuas are loyal and protective of their owners, but they can also be very independent. They usually get along well with other animals and children, although they can sometimes be headstrong and stubborn.

Japanese Chins are a small, aristocratic breed of dog with a long, silky coat. They are known for their calm and gentle nature and are often described as cat-like in their behavior.

Japanese Chins are generally good with other animals and people, although they can be shy around strangers. They are generally low-maintenance dogs that do not require much exercise.

The Chihuahua-Japanese-Chin mix is a hybrid breed that combines the best of both worlds. These dogs tend to be small and compact, with large, round eyes and long, silky coats. They are intelligent and loyal, but also independent and headstrong. They make great companion animals and usually get along well with other animals and children.


  • awake
  • attentive
  • barking
  • active
  • dedicated
  • sociable
  • alive
  • brave
  • independent
  • intelligent
  • concentrated
  • affectionate
  • loyal


  • Companion Dog
  • Family Dog
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What diseases can occur in Chihuahua and Japanese Chin Mix.

The Chihuahua Japanese Chin Mix is a small, energetic breed that is known for being loyal and loving. They are also known to be prone to a number of health problems, especially those that affect the respiratory system.

The most common health problem of Chihuahua-Japanese-Chin mixes is allergies. Allergies can cause a variety of symptoms such as itching, sneezing, watery eyes and a runny nose. In some cases, they can also cause skin problems such as hot spots and hair loss.

Another common health problem in this breed is collapsing trachea. This condition occurs when the cartilage in the trachea weakens, causing the trachea to collapse. Symptoms include coughing, wheezing and difficulty breathing.

If your Chihuahua Japanese Chin Mix is exhibiting any of these symptoms, be sure to have them examined by a veterinarian. With proper treatment and care, most dogs with these symptoms can live happy, healthy lives.

The Chihuahua-Japanese-Chin mix is a small, petite dog with a short coat of soft, silky material. The most common colors are black and white, but they also come in brown and tan and occasionally other colors. The hair on the head is often longer than the body coat, and around the neck they have a thick ruff.

Fur length medium - long
Fur flat coated
Ear shape Standing Ears - Floppy Ear
Tail lang - rolled up
Anatomy slim
Size ♀ 15 - 27 cm
Weight ♀ 1 - 7 kg
Size ♂ 15 - 27 cm
Weight ♂ 1 - 7 kg
Suitable For Children, Seniors, Beginner
  • Eye infections

    Chronic eye infections can be very painful in dogs and can be treated with medication. In rare cases, the cornea must be treated.

  • Eye diseases

    Often occur with allergies and intolerances.

  • Hypoglycemia

    If an insulin dose was overdosed or accidentally administered twice, the dog may experience hypoglycemia.

  • Tartar

    If dogs don't get a good food or sugary food, tartar can quickly appear.

  • Cataract

    Cataracts are still one of the most common causes of blindness, even in dogs.

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