Country of Origin: Germany
Coat: Can be grey, black, brown, or white. The undercoat is thick with longer covering hair.
Character: This dog is an eager learner, upbeat, watchful, and loyal.
Temperament: They need to be introduced to cats at a young age. They get along fine with children, and will bark at strangers.
Care: When shedding, the Keeshond needs to be brushed and combed regularly. Otherwise, combing should be kept to a minimum.
Training: The intelligence of the Keeshond makes training fairly easy.
Activity: The exercise needs of this dog are uncomplicated. It will adapt itself to the activity level of your family.
Keeshond Description : The Keeshond (plural is Keeshunden) is a naturally attractive dog resembling the spitz of the northern breeds. Their richly plumed tails curl over the back which is covered by a thick coat. The Keeshond's bark is clear which helps make them good watch dogs. However, this breed doesn't have a mean bone in its body and they make affectionate and loving companions.