Kimola Breed Information & Characteristics


Are Kimolas Hypoallergenic?

Unfortunately, the Kimola is not hypoallergenic, making it not a good choice for a dog lover who suffers from pet allergies.


What is a Kimola personality? What are Kimola dogs best known for?


Shedding Level

Are Kimolas heavy shedders? How Much Does a Kimola Shed?

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Kimola dogs are extremely heavy shedders, they will lose a large amount of hair each year. To decrease the amount of shedding, you can regularly brush your Kimola.

Watchdog Ability

What is the watchdog ability of a Kimola dog?

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Kimolas are not the best watchdogs. If you want a guard dog, the Kimola is not the breed for you. They will 'watch' everything - but that's usually as far as they go.


What are Kimolas descended from?

American Eskimo, Lhasa Apso

Breed recognition

What organizations or kennel clubs recognize/register the Kimola breed?

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

Date of Birth

When were Kimolas first bred? How old is the Kimola breed?


Eye Color Possibilites

What color are Kimola eyes?


Nose Color Possibilites

What color can Kimola nose be naturally?


Coat Color Possibilites

What color can Kimola coat be naturally?


Coat Length

How long is a Kimolas coat?

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The coat of a Kimola dog is generally known for its length.

Coat Density

How Dense Is The Kimola Coat?

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Coat Texture

What is the texture of the hair of a Kimola?


Litter Size

How many puppies can a Kimola have in a litter? How many puppies can a Kimola have in her first litter?

A Kimola can have a litter of 4-6 puppies on average. However, it's worth noting that the size of the litters can vary greatly. Factors that can influence litter size include the health of the mother, breeding history, and genetics.


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The adaptability of Kimola dogs is a well-known trait, they are known for being able to adjust well to different living environments and lifestyle changes.

Health Issues

Do Kimolas have a lot of health problems?

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The Kimola is generally considered to be healthy. However, like all breeds, they are susceptible to certain health issues and it is important to keep an eye out for them and address them with your veterinarian as needed.

Major Concerns

What are the major health concerns to be aware of when owning a Kimola?

Patellar Luxation
Familial Nephropathy
Atopic Dermatitis
Brachycephalic Syndrome
Exposure Keratopathy Syndrome
Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca

Minor Concerns

What are the less significant issues to keep in mind when it comes to Kimolas?

Intervertebral Disc Disease
Chronic Anemia
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)

Occasional Tests

What are the occasional tests recommended for Kimola breed?

Ear Examination
X-ray imaging
Eye Examinations
Schirmer Tear Test
Blood Analysis
Blood Count
Internal Imaging (x-ray, CT scan, MRI, etc.)
Blood And Urine Analysis


Do Kimolas have a lot of energy?

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For those who lead a balanced lifestyle, Kimolas may be a good choice as they have an average energy level.

Social Needs

Do Kimolas need socialization? How social are Kimolas?

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Kimola have above average social needs compared to other breeds.They thrive in environments where they have a lot of interaction with humans and other dogs.

Exercise Needed

How much exercise should Kimolas get?

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The Kimolas a breed that requires only a small amount of physical activity to maintain a healthy lifestyle. These breeds are ideal for people with busy lifestyles, elderly people or those who have limited mobility. They also make great pets for those who live in small apartments or have limited outdoor space.

Sleeping Need

How much sleep should a Kimola have? Do Kimolas sleep a lot?

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Kimolas dogs are tend to sleep less than other breeds, but they still require adequate sleep to maintain good health.

Tendency to Bark

How much does it bark?

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Kimolas tend to bark moderately, they bark when necessary, such as to alert their owner or to communicate something. They may also bark due to certain triggers like fear, alarm, boredom, greeting, separation anxiety and compulsive barking.


Are Kimolas mouthy?

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Roaming urge

What is the likelihood of a Kimola running away? Do they have a tendency to explore or wander frequently?

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Prey Drive

Do Kimola dogs have a high prey drive?

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Past times

What do Kimolas enjoy doing? How do I keep my Kimola busy?

Dancing, Playing, Play, Running, Jugging

Activity Level

What is the energy level of a Kimola? How much energy does a Kimola have?

Kimolas are medium-energy dogs and typically enjoy socializing and playing casual or even sustained games of chase with other dogs. They may also have occasional periods of barking or racing around the house.

Tolerance of being left alone

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Walks per Week

How far should a Kimola walk each week? How many miles should a Kimola walk every week?

There's really no limit to how far you walk your dog as long as they're comfortable. For Kimola, it's at least 6 miles / week. Just remember to build distance and stamina gradually over time.

Activity per Day

How much a Kimola should exercise a day? How much activity does a Kimola need?

In general most Kimolas usually need at least 40 minutes of exercise daily. This can be spread across the day and include all sorts of high-energy activities, like walking, running and playing.


What level of grooming should be provided for a Kimola?

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The Kimola is a breed of dog that requires a significant amount of grooming. They will also require regular trims, and a professional groomer's help is often necessary to keep their coat in good condition. They may also need regular baths to maintain their coat and skin.

Brushing Frequency

How often should you brush a Kimola?

Ideally, Kimola should be brushed at least 2 or 3 times a week (preferably daily) improve shedding.

Brushing Tools

What are the most commonly used brushing tools for Kimolas?

Pin Brush
Nail Clipper


How many cups of food does a Kimola eat?

For an average 16-40 pound (7 - 18 kg) Kimola feed 2 cups daily. But, keep in mind, the amount you feed is going to be dependent on the quality of the food you are feeding.

Daily Cost

How Much Does a Kimola Cost Daily?

The average cost of a Kimola is somewhere $1.70 - $2.00 per day.

Monthly Cost

How Much Does a Kimola Cost Per Month?

The average per month expenses of a Kimola is between $48 - $63. This makes an average of $576 - $756 per year. It will be on the higher side when the dog is still small because it will need more frequent visits to the vet, shots.


How intelligent is a Kimola?

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The Kimola have below the average degree of obedience intelligence among other breeds. However, calling them “dumb dogs” is unfair. Where Kimolas lack in obedience & working intelligence, they make up for it with their keen ability to understand human emotions.

Sensitivity Level

How sensitive is a Kimola dog?

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This dog breed is particularly attuned to its environment and the emotions of those around it. It can be easily overwhelmed by loud noises, new environments, and unfamiliar people or animals. This dog is best suited for individuals or families who are patient, gentle, and understanding of its sensitive nature. It may also benefit from a calm and stable home environment, with a consistent routine and plenty of positive reinforcement training.

Affection Dependance

Are Kimola dogs affectionate?

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Apartment Friendly

Do Kimola do well in apartments? Are Kimolas good indoor dogs?

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Kimolas are known for being excellent apartment dogs. They are fairly active indoors and will do okay without a yard.

Child Friendly

Are Kimolas good with kids? Are Kimolas good around children?

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A Kimolas typical characteristics indicate that this breed of dog is an ideal companion for kids and makes them family pets. Their gentle and protective nature and calm mentality make them gel along quickly with the younger humans


Are Kimolas good for elderly?

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Cat Friendly

Are Kimolas good with cats? How friendly Kimolas are toward cats?

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Kimolas are one of the best dogs for cats. They're accept cats readily as part of the family. However, this dog breed should be trained to not chase after the kitty early on

Dog Friendly

Do Kimola dogs get along with other dogs? Are Kimolas OK with other dogs?

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Kimolas are very friendly towards other dogs. This breed typically have a happy and affectionate temperament around dogs.

Pet friendly

How do Kimola dogs interact with other pets? Are they considered pet-friendly?

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Stranger Friendly

Are Kimolas friendly with strangers?

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Kimolas are average friendly around strangers. They can be wary around strangers and a little standoffish. Early socialisation is key.


Do Kimolas like to play? Are Kimolas playful?

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The Kimola is a playful dog. So, no matter how busy the day may get, the best thing you can do for your Kimola is to make time each day to play. It can be as little as 15-20 minutes, and it will mean the world to them.


Are Kimola easily trained?

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Kimola dogs are known for their ease of training and ability to learn quickly, making them a popular choice for pet owners and trainers alike.