Lhasa - Tibet

AdministrationAdministratively speaking, Lhasa is a prefecture-level city that consists of one district and seven counties. The district comprises the urban area of Lhasa and is called Chengguan District (Tibetan: ཁྲིན་ཀོན་ཆུས་, Wylie: khrin kon chus, simplified Chinese: 城关区; traditional Chinese: 城關區; pinyin: Chéngguān Qū). The seven counties are Lhünzhub, Damxung, Nyêmo, Qüxü, Doilungdêqên, Dagzê, and Maizhokunggar. EconomyCompetitive industry together with feature economy, are playing key roles in the next stage of Lhasa's rapid development.

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keke :

I live in Florida, St. petersburg and i have a Female Lhasa apso and She is 2 1/2 yrs of age and I am looking to Breed Her or Have her Have puppys Im 13 years old and My Mother says if i find someone With a Male Lhasa Apso I can breed her.I dont Have the big money like 500$ So I was woundering if anyone Would like to breed for free or a limmit Of 100$ I Have a Couple Pictures *She is Light brown (tan) *Has all white paws , White chest and White spot of top of head *I prefer to Give her a short trim Because it is very hot in Florida and i Try to Keep her Cool as possible HERES A COUPLE PICTURES If you Know anyone with a Male lhasa apso or shit zu looking to breed Email me at If u know anyway for me to breed her for free please email me Thank u I want to breed her to keep the puppys so dont start Argueing with me over breeding I want new puppys and if my dog has to go in a c section I will sure enough find money to help my dog Because she is my little Baby So Please no one right me to critisize me thank you STOP CRITIZISING ME ABOUT BEING A LITTLE KID OKAY I DIDNT ASK A QUESTION TO HEAR YOUR DUMB RESULTS CALLING ME A STUPID KID I WANT TO KEEP THE PUPPYS NO SELL THEM

El :
"There are thousands of dogs needing homes already, why on earth would you want to add to this population problem? Thousands of dogs are put to sleep because enough homes cannot be found for them. I cannot understand why anyone would want to breed their dog to have (mongrel) puppies that they're going to struggle to find good homes for. If you don't have any money, don't breed. What happens if there is an emergency due to the pregnancy, such as your dog needing a c-section? This is going to cost you a lot more money. [edit] You now say you want to keep the puppies. Do you realise how much extra getting a whole litter of puppies is going to cost you? They will all need to be vaccinated, spayed/neutered, and then you have the ongoing costs of feeding, booster injections, etc., plus the risk of emergency vets bills. Then what happens when they start chewing up your house and are a nightmare to toilet train? Your 13, you're in full time education, you don't have the time to properly care for that many dogs, never mind the financial means to support them."
sherryp00ted :
"first of all. if you don't have money to even afford a sire or mate for her. how do you expect to pay for all teh costs of the puppies. and if you're just breeding her to sell the puppies you're stupid. you know how many dogs are dyign because of stupid kids liek you who thinks that you can just make dogs have sex and think all of them are going ot get good homes? puppies will cost a lot. around 100 less for all of their basic shots. and yes you need to get them at least their first set of shots before selling them. think about it again, plus you could be putting your dog into danger by getting her pregnant. she could die in labor giving birth,a dn the puppies won't survive without her. do mroe research abtou breeding before you get into it. little kid, don't meddle in things that you shouldn't, you're only 13. and whose going to care for them while you're away at middle pre-teen school? think twice."
ready to go :
"It is awesome that you love your Lhasa Apso enough to breed her, but there is a lot more to it than that. I'm sure you only want the best for you dog, so you should definitely do a lot more research before making this choice. This website: is a good START -(much much more experience is needed to become a breeder) - to help you decide if it's a good idea to breed your dog. If you are seriously interested in breeding dogs than you should become a part of the Lhasa Apso AKC breeders club : American Lhasa Apso Club, Inc. Secretary : Jan Bruton Address: 5406 SW Woods Ct., Portland, OR , 97221 Website: Email: Club Type: Specialty And after a few years of working with them and learning all about the breed, and the right and wrong reasons to breed, you will be ready to enter the world of dog breeding. If you do anything, please read that first link about why and why not to breed your dog before you make any choices. There are already thousands and thousands of homeless dogs, do you really want to add to that problem? But if you truly love the breed, join the breed club and go from there. They will teach you the right way to breed your dog."
chachi14 :
"look, i no you don't want anymore critism, but ur 13 (nothing against it, so am i!) but ok, quick recap, u want to breed your dog so u can have more dogs, but you can't afford them. hmmm i have a family dog and im saving to get one of my own. i know i couldnt deal with 7 dogs myself. are you going to raise all these puppies like house training them and socializing them by yourself? and btw, if ur looking for a sire for under $100 than u have to be prepared for no backround on him and there could even be problems with him. (not that im against mixes, my dogs a rottie-sheperd mix from the shelter) but if you decide to sell the puppies then it will be harder to sell them because the father will have no history (assuming here) well like i said, i don't mean to critisize :)"
Millie :

I recently got a Lhasa Apso and was wondering what i should do about the hair around his eyes...he can barely see. The problem is I've spent a bunch of time online trying to look up what i should do about it, and all the online grooming tips are for longer haired lhasa apso's. The previous owner must of cut his hair down...or theres 2 sets of hair for the breed (one longer than the other) Is his hair capable of getting as long as all the long haired ones ive seen (its like down to their feet) and what should I do with the hair around his eyes?_ also if his hair can grow that long (im pretty sure it can) about how long will it take for it to grow to full legnth (to his feet). Its about 2 or 3 inches right now.

salman khan :
"Get him to a good vetrinary saloon, there he will have a good shape of the hair around eyes.....just so you know....lhasas look good with long hair than trimmed."
Teaberry Ridge Pet Groomer :
"A Lhasa needs to be groomed by a professional. However I can give you some advise... using a comb, comb all of its head hair forward toward the eyes. Holding the dog very firmly, trim the hair hanging over the eyes straight across the front close to the head. Trim the hair around the sides of the bangs in a half circle. Comb it back and it should look much better."
Vanessa Angel Wingz :
"Oh course there is.....please read:Through brushing and combing daily will keep the coat in the condition, tie up to keep out of eyes, may need trimming. Here are some other concerns, Food: For daily feeding,1-1/2 balanced dry dog food is recommended. Some dogs may prefer 1/2 of water mixed with each cup of dog food. Add canned or Iams savory sauce for flavour.Walks: This breed needs plenty of walks......If you have anymore questions, email me for answers."
DanaVa :

I am looking for a legitimate recipe for my Lhasa apso, she is 6 months old. I have read Lhasa apsos can be very picky easters, and my girl is! I started her on "Nutro Natural Choice Small Bites Puppy Chicken Meal, Rice & Oatmeal Formula Dry Dog Food", as that is what she was being fed when I got her. I tried wet food and that upset her tummy. I have been feeding her a 50-50 combo of the same dry food mentioned above and "Beneful Healthy Growth" that I pour warm chicken stock on. I do the food 20 minutes down thing and take it up if she does not eat, but then she gets cranky. She will eat treats all day, and I restrict treats to a few a day. My vet says she is a healthy weight (12.3 pounds) and is in great condition (I walk her twice a day and she loves to play fetch!). He has said to add a little bit of shredded cheese to her food. Or I can cook her food. I want to try to cook her food, I want her to be happy with what she is eating, and I bet it is a lot healthier, too.

Booger :
"Even before the dog food poisoning scare, my honey always wanted us to fix the dogs home-cooked food. They love a mixture of rice and hamburger, or rice and chicken, and add vegetables too, like green beans, spinach or other green stuff and chopped up carrots cooked with the meat/rice. to get balanced nutrition, like us, try to give them a good variety. Don't, however, give them raisins or grapes, nor chocolate. Those are poisonous to dogs."
3DogMom :
"Before you begin homecooking, contact a veterinarian who utilizes it and is well educated in nutrition. For starters, check out the American Holistic Veterinary Association: Next, do a little independent reading. Among my top recommendations is Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats. I also have the book Barker's Grub by Rudy Edalati. She claims her recipes are veterinary approved, but, then again, that claim can be used on anything these days. My point: Research on your own and work with a holistic vet to create a well balanced diet for your dog. It'll be completely worth it in the long run =)"
Jo :
"Here's a diet you can run by your Vet: Choose one from meat menu: Turkey, Chicken, (mostly from these two) occasional lamb, venison. Meat amount: 1/2 cup (skinned and boneless) cooked measure. One yellow and one green veggie (combined total 1/8 cup) Yellows: Carrots, squash, yams Greens: Kale, broccoli, green beans, alfalfa sprouts, parsley, peas One fruit: cranberry, slightly steamed and mashed, few tablespoons. (good for bladder and urinary tract, kidneys.) Starch: 1/8 cup potato or brown rice (well cooked) (divide this food between two meals, morning and evening. Add the acidophilus, brewer's yeast and Norwegian Cod Liver Oil just before serving) Add: Acidophilus (sprinkle contents of a capsule over the food) Brewer's yeast- 1 tsp., Norwegian Cod Liver Oil- 1 tsp., For snacks: healthy dog biscuits from Mother Hubbard or something holistic, u can put a thinnish layer of peanut butter btw. two small biscuits. Apple slices (if she likes them) on occasion Frozen banana slices on occasion (just a few at a time) 3x week- give her raw, diced beef heart, a natural source of taurine- just a forth cup. twice a week, half a chicken back, raw! (raw bones won't splinter and the bones in the back are not like the weight baring bones of the chicken) Daily Vitamin: Ester C See what your Vet thinks about this diet. What he or she may add or subtract. When you cook your dogs food you know exactly the quality and content without additives or extras to make up for the nutritional quality being preserved or boiled to death to preserve or sterilize for lengthy shelf life. you don't have to worry about contents from third world countries which have all sorts of toxins. For best results with cooked food though, consider getting organic whole foods."
Beauty R :
"You can go visit That site lists almost all Recipes. Not only the recipe you are looking for but also other popular recipes."


Comments on Lhasa

Date: 2008-02-05 13:42:40

Many people have pets and they are treated as are part of the family. I have a little Lhasa Apso dog called ‘Trinity’ (after the character from ‘The Matrix’). She is a little yelp but the most lovable dog ever. Trinity is part of our family and has changed out lives in many ways.

Date: 2008-02-05 13:42:40

Lhasa, Tibet

Date: 2008-02-05 13:42:40

Johnny and Gail King were upset when they went to pick up their 20 month old Lhasa Apso at Happy Tails Pet Spa on January 12 only to find the groomer’s shop closed and locked up. Shortly thereafter the owner showed up apologizing and claiming an emergency and that’s when upset turned to nightmare for the couple.

Date: 2008-02-05 13:42:40

Dog grooming the Lhasa, this is a groomer's worse nightmare. Check out how this dog groomer's controls this Lhasa, by using a dog cone. If she didn't put on the dog cone while grooming this Lhasa, he would have bit the hell out of her. This is a great video tip for grooming a dog. Check out more videos for grooming at http://www.doggieshack.com

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Date: 2008-10-04 03:34:14

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