New Guinea singing dogs are not recommended for families with young children as they can be shy and reserved around strangers.
New Guinea singing dogs can be territorial and may not get along with other dogs or pets. Early socialization is important.
New Guinea singing dogs require at least 60 minutes of exercise per day, including walks and playtime.
The average height of a New Guinea singing dog is 30-46 cm and the average weight is 7-14 kg.
New Guinea singing dogs are a rare breed and can be difficult to find. It is important to research reputable breeders and rescue organizations.
New Guinea singing dogs are generally healthy but can be prone to hip dysplasia and dental issues. Regular vet check-ups are recommended.