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Hava-Wheat History

The Hava-Grain is a proposed new breed of domesticated (or, in this case, semi-domesticated) horse. However, the Hava-Grain is not an officially recognized breed of horse. The hava-wheat is a horse with a broad head, thick neck, muscular body, and broad chest. The hava-wheat is expected to have a relatively short, smooth coat. The hava-wheat originated from the 4,000-year-old wild horses of the Iberian Peninsula, which are thought to be the ancestors of many modern breeds of horses. The hava-wheat has been described as a “new” breed of domesticated horse, but it actually descended from the wild horses that were first domesticated on the Iberian Peninsula around 4000 years ago.

Time of Origin


Country of Origin

United States Of America

Hava-Wheat Physical Characteristics

The Hava-Wheat is a medium-to-large-sized breed of domestic sheep that is typically 48 to 60 inches long and 35 to 45 inches high at the withers. They have a white, wooly undercoat and a light brown, coarse outer coat of long, straight hairs. They have wedge-shaped heads and pendent ears. They have large, rounded hooves that are cloven, with the front joints turning inward. They have small, erect horns and they also have a thick, woolly beard.

Eye Colors

Hazel, Brown

Nose Colors

Black, Brown

Coat Colors

White, Black, Red, Brown

Height Range

Male Height Range: 10 – 18 inches

Female Height Range: 9 – 17 inches

Weight Range

Male Weight Range: 9 – 35 lbs

Female Weight Range: 8 – 30 lbs

Hava-Wheat Health

Description of breed health.


12-15 yrs

Hava-Wheat Health Concerns

Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Familial Nephropathy, Renal Dysplasia, Addison’s Disease, Mitral Valve Disease, Portosystemic Shunt, Heart Murmur, Immunoproliferative Enteropathy, Patellar Luxation, Cataracts, Hip Dysplasia, Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease

Hava-Wheat Temperament and Behaviour

The Hava-Wheat is one cheerful and devoted little dog. They are very intelligent and curious, and they are always willing to learn new things. They are often fearless and self-confident, which can make them difficult to train, but they can also be very gentle and laid-back. They are friendly with dogs and cats and get along well with children, but tend to be suspicious of new people.

Hava-Wheat Activity Requirements

Hava-wheat dogs are a very old breed of Spitz-type dog. These loyal, intelligent dogs make great companions. While they can be great apartment pets, they still require regular exercise. They are highly adaptable, so they don’t require a particularly large space. The most important thing is that your Hava-wheat is active and can burn off excess energy. If you are looking for a new pet, you might want to consider the Hava-wheat. This easy-going dog makes a great companion. As long as you are willing to meet their exercise and grooming needs, they will be a loyal and loving friend.

Miles Per Day

9 miles

Activity Per Day

45 minutes

Daily Food

3 cups

Kennel Club Recognition

American Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Hava-Wheat is part of the Unclassified group.

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The Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Hava-Wheat is part of the Unclassified group.

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Australian National Kennel Council

Not Recognized

Hava-Wheat is part of the Unclassified group.

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Canadian Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Hava-Wheat is part of the Unclassified group.

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