These little canines have long, smooth coats that hang to the base of their paws. Their jackets arrived in assortment of hues, for example, slate dark, white, darker, or golden shading.

The coat regularly changes in shading from puppyhood to grown-up. Every now and again, the hide will be darker at the tip of the tail, around the eyes and base of the gag. Dissimilar to numerous different breeds, the American Kennel Club does not support one shade of coat over another.

The hide is substantial and exceptionally thick which drives a few proprietors to keep their Lhasa Apso trimmed with a short, simple to prep cut. To persuade the pooches to be sufficiently tolerant to be trimmed, be that as it may, they should be prepared at an extremely youthful age.

Lhasa Apsos have plumed tails and twists on their backs. They have profoundly set eyes that are regularly secured by the hide from their head and their gags are of medium length.

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