These Indonesian Dog Breeds were developed in the streets of Bali and are territorial, independent and curious by nature. Kintamani is often kept as a family companion, is a good watchdog and is suited for homes having yards. These dogs do not get along with other dogs or small animals, requiring proper training and socialisation from puppyhood. Easy to groom and low maintainance, Kintamani has medium-length coats of white, black shades, triangular-erect ears, curved bushy tail and features a sturdy frame. These Indonesian dog breeds have a lifespan of 12-14 years and are not prone to any major health problems.
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