The pet has a silky, double coat, which is smooth on the face and front of the paws and a little longer on the rest of its small body. The largest hairs are located on the ears, tails and in the mane that surrounds the neck. The male's coat is usually more abundant than the female's. As there is no color standard, the coat can be found in any shade or color mix. A weekly brushing is enough to remove the loose hairs; baths can be given every six or eight weeks.
As they love to explore new places, the tours should only be done with the use of the guide, if you have a backyard at home, make sure it remains fenced. Despite being a super recommended dog for houses and small apartments, he needs small daily doses of exercise to keep his health up to date, outdoor play and walks (remember the lead) are excellent options. It is not a recommended breed for very young children, as they can injure the furry.