Medium Spitz

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Overview: Spitz breeds are captivating on account of their beautiful coats, made to stand off by plentiful undercoat. Particularly impressive is the strong, mane-like collar round the neck (ruff) and the bushy tail carried boldly over the back. The foxy head with alert eyes and the small pointed, closely set ears give the Spitz his unique characteristic, cheeky appearance.
Breed Group: Northern
Weight (lbs): 11-15
Height (in): 12-15
Colors: Orange, brown, white, black, wolf grey, creme, orange charcoal, orange sable or spotted.
Coat: The Spitz has a double coat : Long, straight, stand off top coat and short, thick, cotton-wool-like undercoat
Character: The Spitz is always attentive, lively and exceptionally devoted to his owner.
Temperament: His distrust to strangers and lack of hunting instinct make him the ideal watchdog for home and farm.
Care: Its opulent fur requires only one limited maintenance. In the majority of the cases, a brushing twice per week is enough amply to keep a neat peeling to him. The marked baths with repetition to soften the fur are disadvised, with the profit of the dry shampoos.
Training: He is very teachable and easy to train.
Country of Origin: Germany
Life Expectancy: 12-15
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