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Dwarf Hotots (pronounced as ho-toe) are also known as “Eyes of the Fancy”. Dwarf Hotots are known for their black bands around their eyes (eyebands), giving them the appearance of wearing eyeliner. Dwarf Hotots are quite popular due to their active and endearing personality. They are charming and playful with people and they love to play with simple toys.
Head, eyes & ears
The head of a Dwarf Hotot is bold with a good width between the eyes. Its muzzle should be well filled and round in all directions, and the head attached to the body with no visible neck. The ears of a Dwarf Hotot are short and well furred, and slightly rounded at the tips. The ears are erect and well set. The eyes have a narrow, well defined band of colored fur, usually a rich black as dark as possible, forming a complete outline of the eye, called the “eye band”.
The body of a Dwarf Hotot should be short, compact and well rounded. It should be uniformly wide from shoulder to hips, with well rounded hindquarters. The topline should have a very slight, gradual curve from the ear base to the highest point over the hips, and then fall in a smooth curve to the base of the tail. A Dwarf Hotot ideally should ideally weigh around 2.5 pounds.
The fur is soft, dense, fine and of good lustre.