Lhasa apso

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Lhasa apso

a small dog with a very long, straight haircoat in almost any color. The dark eyes are barely visible beneath the long coat; the tail is carried over the back with the long hair flowing onto the body. Called also the Bark lion sentinal dog, Tibetan apso. The breed is affected by an inherited renal cortical hypoplasia and lissencephaly.
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When asked by the sheriff what the dog looked like, defence lawyer Aidan Gallagher tabled a picture of the four-month-old Lhasa Apso pup.
Karina D'Eyncourt, of New Brighton, admits to fussing over her pooch Maxi, a Lhasa Apso, like a child.
During a tour of the noisy kennel complex, he casually put his hand through the cage to stroke two lhasa apsos and two shih-tzus which had been freshly shorn, revealing pink sores on their skin.
Molly, a 3-month-old Lhasa Apsos, will be playing the role of Cheeky, Evangeline's pet in the production, which starts at the Bedworth Civic Hall on Tuesday night, running until October 16.
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They are both lhasa apsos and live with Natalie and Billy in the centre of Glasgow.
Lhasa Apsos were bred in Tibet as companions for Buddhist monks.
The 15 shih-tzus, lhasa apsos and pekinese were among 269 animals - 244 dogs, 16 parrots, seven cats, a rabbit and a chinchilla - found at a three-bedroom house in Lancashire on September 10.