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Japanese Chin puppies and dogs in Seattle, Washington

Looking for a Japanese Chin puppy or dog in Seattle, Washington? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Japanese Chin near you.

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Adopt a Japanese Chin near you in Seattle, Washington

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Below are our newest added Japanese Chins available for adoption in Seattle, Washington. To see more adoptable Japanese Chins in Seattle, Washington, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
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Sally

Lhasa Apso Bichon Frise

Female, Puppy
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
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Story
Meet Sally, an adorable female Lhasa Apso/Bichon mix who's guaranteed to steal your heart! With her fluffy coat and charming personality, Sally is one of the cutest puppies you'll ever meet and the perfect companion pup for any family. Sally's sweet and gentle nature makes her a joy to be around - she greets everyone she meets with a wag of her tail and a friendly smile, eager to make new friends and spread happiness wherever she goes. But Sally isn't just all about cuddles and kisses - she's also a playful and curious pup who loves to explore her surroundings and embark on new adventures. Whether she's chasing after her favorite toys or sniffing out hidden treasures in the yard, Sally's playful spirit is sure to bring joy and laughter into your life. If you're ready to welcome one of the cutest puppies ever into your home, then don't hesitate to adopt Sally today. With her loving nature and irresistible charm, she's sure to become the perfect addition to your family and bring endless joy and happiness into your life! * Thank you for your interest in adopting a dog from Little Dog Rescue. Our dogs come from a variety of sources and backgrounds. They are all in need of adopters that have patience, an understanding of where these dogs have come from, and that there will be an adjustment time when they transition into their forever home. This can include learning basic commands, walking on leash and potty training. Some dogs will pick up on your routine and expectations faster than others. Potty accidents will happen. We find that positive reinforcement, consistency, and routine from the adopter achieves the best results. We are a small, all volunteers team and give 100% of our efforts towards doing right by these pups. We are often juggling many responsibilities at the same time and do our very best to process inquiries and applications in a timely manner. We do prioritize inquiries that have a submitted application on file through the Little Dog Rescue website. We do our best to accurately assign breed designations, however we are unable to guarantee 100% accuracy. Sometimes we only have the dogs appearance to go on. Our adoption fees are thoughtfully considered. The adoption fee is not a purchase price for the dog. It is a fee that is designed to support the overall work of our rescue. Highly desirable dogs and puppies are intentionally listed with a higher adoption fee. This is done to help offset the enormous medical expenses we incur when taking in older pups and special needs medical dogs whose adoption fees do not come close to covering their expenses. In addition, the vast majority of our dogs are brought in from out of state and incur transport fees along with their medical and acquisition costs. We ask that you take all of these things into consideration, and we look forward to finding a great match for your family.
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Leonard

Lhasa Apso Bichon Frise

Male, Puppy
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
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Story
Meet Leonard, an energetic and playful male Lhasa Apso/Bichon mix who's ready to bring fun and excitement into your life! With his fuzzy coat and boundless energy, Leonard is sure to capture your heart and become the perfect companion for all your adventures. Leonard is a bundle of joy and enthusiasm - he approaches every day with a wag of his tail and a spring in his step, eager to make the most of each moment. Whether he's chasing after his favorite toys, romping around in the yard, or engaging in a spirited game of fetch, Leonard's playful spirit is truly infectious. But Leonard isn't just all about playtime - he's also a sweetheart who loves nothing more than showering his family with love and affection. His friendly demeanor and outgoing personality make him the perfect companion for both outdoor activities and cozy evenings spent at home. If you're ready to welcome a fun-loving and energetic companion like Leonard into your home, then don't wait any longer. Adopt him today and discover why he's sure to steal your heart with his playful personality and loving nature! * Thank you for your interest in adopting a dog from Little Dog Rescue. Our dogs come from a variety of sources and backgrounds. They are all in need of adopters that have patience, an understanding of where these dogs have come from, and that there will be an adjustment time when they transition into their forever home. This can include learning basic commands, walking on leash and potty training. Some dogs will pick up on your routine and expectations faster than others. Potty accidents will happen. We find that positive reinforcement, consistency, and routine from the adopter achieves the best results. We are a small, all volunteers team and give 100% of our efforts towards doing right by these pups. We are often juggling many responsibilities at the same time and do our very best to process inquiries and applications in a timely manner. We do prioritize inquiries that have a submitted application on file through the Little Dog Rescue website. We do our best to accurately assign breed designations, however we are unable to guarantee 100% accuracy. Sometimes we only have the dogs appearance to go on. Our adoption fees are thoughtfully considered. The adoption fee is not a purchase price for the dog. It is a fee that is designed to support the overall work of our rescue. Highly desirable dogs and puppies are intentionally listed with a higher adoption fee. This is done to help offset the enormous medical expenses we incur when taking in older pups and special needs medical dogs whose adoption fees do not come close to covering their expenses. In addition, the vast majority of our dogs are brought in from out of state and incur transport fees along with their medical and acquisition costs. We ask that you take all of these things into consideration, and we look forward to finding a great match for your family.
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Jake

Lhasa Apso Bichon Frise

Male, Puppy
Seattle, WA
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
-
Story
Meet Jake, an incredibly sweet and adorable male Lhasa Apso/Bichon mix who's guaranteed to steal your heart! With his soft coat and endearing eyes, Jake is one of the sweetest and cutest puppies you'll ever meet. Jake's gentle and affectionate nature makes him a true delight to be around - he greets everyone he meets with a wag of his tail and a gentle nuzzle, eager to make new friends wherever he goes. But Jake isn't just all about cuddles and kisses - he's also a playful and curious pup who loves to explore his surroundings and discover new adventures. Whether he's chasing after his favorite toys or romping around in the yard, Jake's playful spirit is sure to bring joy and laughter into your life. With his loving nature and irresistible charm, he's sure to become the perfect companion for all of life's adventures! * Thank you for your interest in adopting a dog from Little Dog Rescue. Our dogs come from a variety of sources and backgrounds. They are all in need of adopters that have patience, an understanding of where these dogs have come from, and that there will be an adjustment time when they transition into their forever home. This can include learning basic commands, walking on leash and potty training. Some dogs will pick up on your routine and expectations faster than others. Potty accidents will happen. We find that positive reinforcement, consistency, and routine from the adopter achieves the best results. We are a small, all volunteers team and give 100% of our efforts towards doing right by these pups. We are often juggling many responsibilities at the same time and do our very best to process inquiries and applications in a timely manner. We do prioritize inquiries that have a submitted application on file through the Little Dog Rescue website. We do our best to accurately assign breed designations, however we are unable to guarantee 100% accuracy. Sometimes we only have the dogs appearance to go on. Our adoption fees are thoughtfully considered. The adoption fee is not a purchase price for the dog. It is a fee that is designed to support the overall work of our rescue. Highly desirable dogs and puppies are intentionally listed with a higher adoption fee. This is done to help offset the enormous medical expenses we incur when taking in older pups and special needs medical dogs whose adoption fees do not come close to covering their expenses. In addition, the vast majority of our dogs are brought in from out of state and incur transport fees along with their medical and acquisition costs. We ask that you take all of these things into consideration, and we look forward to finding a great match for your family.

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There are often many great Japanese Chins for adoption at local animal shelters or rescues. Click below to find a shelter or rescue in your area!

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Want to learn more about adopting a Japanese Chin puppy or dog?

We've got all the info you need on adopting and caring for a Japanese Chin puppy. Check out the links below for everything you ever wanted to know about Japanese Chin puppies and adults.

Japanese Chin basics

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Where do Japanese Chins come from? How many types of Japanese Chins are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Japanese Chin.

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