Finnish Spitz


The Life of Animals | Finnish Spitz | Finnish Spitz of selectively bred Spitz type dogs that inhabited central Russia has developed several thousand years ago. This small clans foresters rely on their dogs to help them get food and excellent hunting skills of the Finnish Spitz made it a popular choice. By 1880, therefore, collected modern means of different people and their dogs, Finnish spitz crossed with other breeds of dogs, and were threatened with extinction as a distinct breed. Around the same time, the Finnish athlete from Helsinki named Hugo Roos observed pure native Finnish Spitz in the hunt in the northern forests. He is recognized by many virtues purely Finnish Spitz breed dogs and decided to examples of genuine Finnish Spitz were unpainted, to try to choose a race again. Thirty years of careful breeding has resulted in a modern Finnish spitz, dogs are descendants of the original stock of your foundation. Finnish Spitz resembles a fox.

Both sexes should appear slightly longer legs than the back. If there are nails, they must be removed. Front dewclaws may be removed, but they usually do not because they are generally low Finnish Spitz has a typical double layer, which consists of a soft, dense undercoat and a long, hard outer shell, which can measure 2.1 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) in length. The coat should be on the neck, back, back, thighs and tail tail, shorter on the head and legs harder, thicker and longer. Men should sport a bit longer and rougher than the women's coat, which have a little bit of fine wool. Long hair feathered tail without a dog food can look untidy. Most Finnish Spitz have preferred side, and it's not right.

Finnish Spitz blows coat or loses undercoat twice a year. While the dog may look free and full, excess undercoat serious skin problems. Some participants choose to dogs with excess undercoat to show dog hair appear lush. Yellowish-brown puppy or with more white breast is not preferred for show purposes. Color adult dog can be assessed experienced breeder at birth, but then, the color may change slightly as the puppy grows. Adult color is usually golden-red color. Coat. A small white spot, no more than 0.6 inches (1.5 cm) in width, is allowed on the chest and white tips on the legs is acceptable, but not desirable. This breed is active, alert and alive.

Like all dogs, small children and dogs should always be supervised when they are together. Finnish Spitz, and protective, dominant males have more opportunities than in females Most Finnish Spitz get along well with other dogs in the house. Barking is an important part of their hunt. In Finland, these dogs are valued for their barking abilities short, sharp bark is rich in many barks per minute, that sounds like a yodel. Finnish Spitz can bark as much as 160 times a minute. When used as a hunting companion, barking, to signal to the hunter, the dog prey in the forest. They can be trained to reduce the amount of barking, barking, even though it has excellent guard dogs. Finnish Spitz, independent, strong-willed, intelligent dog. This breed is not very hard training methods. 

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