The Keeshound

The Keeshound

Keeshond Facts:

The Keeshond is fearless and reserved, but highly intelligent. They are affectionate but not good with small children as they have a very strong sense of their own. They are affectionate with their family and need to be with their people.

Their coat requires a lot of maintenance. The inner coat will not shed and can grow into a powder puff. It is therefore very important to brush their coat from time to time.

The average litter of a Keeshond is about 8 pups. The Keeshond is a very fluffy dog doing good in conformation. They will do OK in an apartment if their exercise needs are fulfilled.

They will need a small yard to keep them happy. The Keeshond is definitely not a companion dog. They need a strong leader and are not used to being with children. If you are thinking about making a puppy, make sure you understand the best time to bring them into your home is when they are at the youngest age. Puppies change too much, and will require lots of attention. This tiny breed is very fragile, and you want to feed it like a king. Keeshond Dogs The Keeshondr is a King Charles Spaniel. The keeshondr is a cross between a King Charles Spaniel and the Pomeranian. Keeshonds are between 8 and 11 pounds with dark brown eyes and a black nose.

They have a thick tail that rests on the back. The Keeshond is an independent, bright, confident, alert and loyal member of the family. They are affectionate and protective of their family and can be a very good watchdog. They like to bark and get along well with other dogs and pets, although they can sometimes be aloof with them. They are very trainable and loves to learn. If you have lots of time and patience to work with them, you will be very successful with a Keeshond.

They enjoy learning and can Rapid recognize what you are trying to teach. If you do not have a lot of time, patience or energy, do not even try it. Keeshond.

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Dogs health issues The Keeshond breed can have hip dysplasia. They can also have a problem with hypothyroidism. Another problem is progressive retinal atrophy. In some cases, it can lead to blindness. It is very important that your dog and you go to a vet in order to determine if they have this or another condition.