The silky coat of Havanese in conjunction with its sociable and affectionate nature makes you want to hug him from the first contact.
Basically simple, waved or twisteed, in real it is differentiated even in one individual depending on whether it is wet or dry, or if it has dried up, or if it was a dryer, brushed and made…
Here are some views of our NELA.

on the beach;)

After grooming
by Jacek

The secret of the reduced risk of human allergic reactions lies in Havana’s coat. More specifically – in the minimum amount of garment component, which is the undercoat. Whether an allergy occurs can be seen only through the contact of a specific person with a specific dog.

Havanese showed during exhibitions organized by ZKwP must be presented in its beautifull natural coat. In other cases, dog’s “look” is limited only by the owner’s vision. On the web you can find lots of photos of fancifully trimmed Havanese.

Someone compared the variety of havanese colours to the colours of the rainbow. This is very relevant not only because of the richness of colours, but the variation of the colour of the following with the age of the pet. It is often the case that an adult in no way reminds himself of the times of puppies. And here again an example of our backyard – NELKA in different ages and different colours.
The first two pics were made by Mrs. Wiesia from the kennel where NELA was born – thanks once again for sharing.

1 month




Havaneses’ nose in accordance with the pattern of the breed is mostly black, there are also brown. The colour of the eye fixture is similar to that of the nose, and the almond-shaped eyelets have colours from the bronze palette in the darkest shade.
When we look at the miraculous eyes of our NELA, sometimes we have the impression that she understands the situation better than one man. These wise eyes, a swinging tail and a charmed moving head give the feeling that Havanese is engaging in dialogue all over its body and soul…


The cushions on the pawed are usually similar to the colour of the nose, although they tend to be multi-coloured or speckled. The claws are black, brown, grey, white, or a combination of these colors.
NELA presents his SweetFeets while resting after the madness on the beach. We also add a photo after mega fun on a clay backyard – we are finally a home breeding, in which our Havanese lady, like every member of the family, uses the charms of life;)

presents original SweetFeets

in clay boots

A formal description of the pattern of the Havanese according to the International Cynological Federation (FCI) is dated on 12 December 2016
We invite you to read – click here.