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Kimola
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 American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso Hybrid Dogs

The Kimola is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the American Eskimo and the Lhasa Apso. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

Recognized Names:
American Canine Hybrid Club = Kimola
Designer Dogs Kennel Club = Kimolao

Champ the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix) at 1 year old

His owner says, "He is a very courageous, protective, obedient and very friendly member of our family. He is best friends with everyone, especially our 5-month-old daughter! He knows several tricks such as "high five," "shake" and "say please." He also has a very guilty conscious...if we find a magazine torn to shreds all we have to do is say, "Champ, did you do this?" and he will sulk to his kennel."

 
 

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ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
DDKC = Designer Dogs Kennel Club
DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.
IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry®

 

Monte, the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix) at 6 years old

Monte the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix) at 6 years old—her owner states, "She is very friendly and smart and knows quite a few tricks. She can be very protective and is very brave; she is a very good watchdog."

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Bentley the Kimolao at 6 years old—Bentley is a calm, lazy, sweet dog, easy to get along with, potty trained, loves to ride in the car, be held like a baby and get his belly rubbed."

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Champ the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix) at 10 months old

Champ the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix) at 2 months old

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Jake, the  American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix (Kimola) at 9 months old

Jake the American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix (Kimola) at 9 months old

Jake, the  American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix (Kimola) at 2 months old

Jake the American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix (Kimola) at 2 months old

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Murry (left), a 7-year-old American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix (Kimola)—"He is friendly, inquisitive and very brave. The second picture is Barney (right). He is a 5-year-old American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso mix. He is much "taller" than Murry and very timid. Barney does not shed at all; Murray does."

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Cocoa, the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 1 1/2 years old

"Cocoa the Lhasa Apso and American Eskimo mix is all grown up now, about 1 and a half years old and she has changed a lot. Cocoa is very active. She goes hiking with me all the time, but she's also a good lap dog. She's excellent at playing fetch and she can perform a few tricks too, like “dance to the music.” Cocoa also is a very good guard dog, but sometime she craves for attention a bit and is overly eager to meet new people. Other times, she just loves to sleep, in my bed."

Cocoa, the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 1 1/2 years old

Cocoa the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 1 1/2 years old

Cocoa, the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 1 1/2 years old

Cocoa the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 1 1/2 years old

Cocoa, the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 1 1/2 years old

Cocoa the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 1 1/2 years old

Cocoa, the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 6 months old

Cocoa the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 6 months old

Cocoa, the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 6 months old

Cocoa the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 6 months old

Cocoa, the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 6 months old

Cocoa the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 6 months old

Cocoa, the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 6 months old

Cocoa the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 6 months old

   
   

Ziggy the Kimola at 1 year old.

Ziggy the Kimola at 1 year old—"Ziggy is very affectionate and playful. He sleeps in late, trained very quickly and easily, and is a wonderful companion! He doesn't shed at all and is great at the groomer."

Ziggy the Kimola at 1 year old.

Ziggy the Kimola at 1 year old—"Ziggy can complete a five-mile hike although sometimes he gets a little tired so he gets a ride in our backpack."

Ziggy the Kimola as a puppy at 2 months old.

Ziggy the Kimola as a puppy at 2 months old

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Gizmo the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso Hybrid).

Gizmo the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid)

Gizmo the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso Hybrid) playing with Tiger the orange tabby cat.

Gizmo the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) playing with Tiger the orange tabby cat

Gizmo the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso Hybrid) as a young puppy.

Gizmo the Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) as a young puppy

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Zoey the female Kimola (American Eskimo / Lhasa Apso hybrid) at 8 weeks old—"She is very playful and loves our other two dogs, a yellow Lab and a Miniature Schnauzer."

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Eddie the Kimola puppy at 3 months old.

"Eddie, our Kimola puppy shown here at 3 months old, is very energetic, playful and loyal. He is great with our children. Seems to be intelligent and has been  easy to train so far, as we have only had him 1 week."

Eddie the Kimola puppy at 3 months old.

Eddie the Kimola puppy at 3 months old

Eddie the Kimola puppy at 3 months old.

Eddie the Kimola puppy at 3 months old

 

 

 

 

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