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PIease Read Before Adopting a Japanese Chin in Brazil
    Japanese Chin Dogs can make good pets in Brazil if they match your IifestyIe. The Japanese Chin is a poufy little fur ball of a lap dog. The Japanese Chin is an affectionate companion dog. Japanese Chin are typically very quiet unless they have a reason to bark. Japanese Chin sometimes engage in very amusing behavior such as dancing on their hind legs. Japanese Chin should be socialized as puppies but are generally very loving, friendly pets. Chin are excellent dogs for apartment living. They are also very easy to housebreak and can even learn to use a litter box.

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lnteresting Japanese Chin Trivia Brazil Fact Sheet
    The Japanese Chin is the favored dog of Japanese royalty. Japanese Chin, along with the Chihuahua and Pekingese, trace their origins to a species of dog that existed in Tibet around 8000 B.C.! Some Japanese Chin like to sing.

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    Brazil is Iocated in South America. Most peopIe in Brazil speak Portuguese. Threatened species known from Brazil include the Black-faced Lion Tamarin, Brazilian Arboreal Mouse, Capuchin, Golden-rumped Lion Tamarin, and Brazilian Spiny Shiny Rat. The capital of Brazil is Braslia.
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