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WIKIPEDIA articles! The Kyi-Leo (pronounced "ki" as in "kite") is a
small yet sturdy rare dog breed. It was first introduced in the
1950s in the San Francisco Bay area by the accidental crossing of a
Maltese and a Lhasa Apso. This produced an attractive yet distinct
type of dog that quickly caught the attention of a few individuals.
The most notable of these individuals was Mrs. Harriet Linn who
acquired several of these dogs in 1965 and later acquired several
more from the San Jose kennel in 1969; from then on she began to
seriously breed them. In 1972 there was enough interest among
owners and breeders to come together and formally recognize this
breed. It was at this meeting that they formally decided on calling
it a Kyi-Leo.
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