Keeshond: description of the breed of dogs
Keeskhond ancestors are believed to have lived in the Netherlands and have established themselves as watch dogs (barge guards) and rodent hunters. The breed owes its name to the name of the Dutch politician Kees (Cornelius) de Giselyara.
Unofficially, Keeskhond is considered a national breed in Holland.
Keeskhond - affectionate, friendly, loyal dogs, have a light, pleasant character. Keeshond can still work as a security guard: he guards the apartment and casts a voice when an outsider approaches.
German Spitz is in good health. He is active, agile and requires long walks.
Keeshond clean, wash their paws, like cats. Wool requires careful care.
They easily get along with other pets, get along well with children.
Keeskhondas are popular all over the world today, but in Belarus they are not very numerous.
|Country of origin||Germany|
|Life span||12 - 15 years old|
|Growth at the withers||43 - 55 cm|
|Weight||25 - 30 kg|