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Telomian Breed Information

This breed was originally developed in Malaysia, and is considered as a rare breed. Telomians are almost unfindable out of Malaysia. They were used by the natives as vermin hunter. They are exceptional climbers. They are small in size, but are powerfully built. The coat covering the body of this breed is smooth and also soft to touch. They are available in sable and also white shades. They have a square shaped muzzle, and erect ears. They have round shaped large feet, which is padded with hard skin. This breed is highly intelligent, and smart. They are very devoted and also affectionate towards their masters. They are born hunters and have all the natural instincts of a hunting dog. They are athletic and swift in their feet. They enjoy the company of children and also love to play along with them. It is not recommended that your kids should be left alone with this breed; as they might accidently hurt them. They are loud barkers and might not be suitable for apartment life. This breed might get aggressive around strangers and also other dogs; this can be avoided by proper socialization from an early stage. They are great choice as companion dogs, and they easily gets attached to family. The average height of this breed is 33 cm to 43 cm, and the average weight of this breed is 18 lbs to 28 lbs. This breed is easy to groom. They should be brushed and also combed once in every week, in order to avoid matting of their hair. Their coat should be wiped out with wet cloth after daily exercise. They should be taken out for daily walks and exercise, as it is essential for their mental as well as physical stability. If not properly exercised they might become destructive, or might develop behavioural problems. They cannot adjust in apartments, they will at least require a small yard to run around and play. This breed is prone to health conditions such as patellar luxation, cancer, eye infections, ear infections, hip dysplasia, and also gastric torsion. The average life span of this breed is 10 years to 12 years.



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