German Wolfspitz Dog Breed

German Wolfspitz
German Wolfspitz

Forbearers of the German Wolfspitz, (this name was officially changed to Keeshond in 1925) the Nordic herding dogs with harsh coats, were most likely transported to the Germanic countries during the Middle Ages. These dogs spread throughout the European continent and proceeded the shepherd breeds as well as the Spitz varieties. The German is the oldest Spitz breed. Known as Chien Loup, which loosely translates to the current-day name, in a number of German and French neighborhoods.

This dog is adaptable and energetic, loves the outdoors and enjoys the human companion.

Height - 18 inches (46cm. Coat type - stand-off, hard and wolf-gray.

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