Like all dogs, Lhasa Apso 's have the capability of learning lots of words.Understanding this, refrain from overusing the word "No." Take the time to teach your Lhasa the right words for the behavior you want to.By the time children start school, as young as age three, defiance is part and parcel of their behavioural repertoire.It includes observable actions such as outright refusal to comply with requests, purposely breaking rules, failing to follow directions, arguing, and blaming others.Kids should not strain the dog’s back, which is prone to problems.The Basset Hound is fond of trailing and sniffing, baying loudly while on the trail and inspecting things slowly.
A slow maturing breed, Lhasa Apso 's do not reach their prime until well into their second/ third year of mature.
Because the Big Five traits are broad and comprehensive though, they are not nearly as powerful in predicting and explaining actual behaviour as are the more numerous lower-level traits.
Many studies have confirmed that in predicting actual behaviour the more numerous facet or primary level traits are more effective When scored for individual feedback, these traits are frequently presented as percentile scores.
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The Basset Hound has a heavy, bony structure, making it larger-proportioned than other breeds.