German Spitz (Klein)
German Spitzs (Klein) have an alert and companionable temperament. They can be very noisy dogs so it is important that you train them to when is the appropriate time to bark so they can become reliable watchdogs. They are friendly dogs but need to be socialised early and trained to understand that humans are ''pack leaders'' otherwise they may be snappy with strangers.
Health problems that may affect German Spitzs (Klein) include patellar luxation (dislocation of the kneecap) and malocclusion (over or underbite).
- Status: Common
- Life Expectancy: 14 - 15 years
- Weight: 5 - 18 kg
- Rare: No
- Coat: Medium - Double
- Grooming Requirements: Everyday
- Town or Country: Either
- Minimum Home Size: Flat
- Minimum Garden Size: No Garden
- Breed Type: Companion Dog
- Size: Small
- Energy Level: Medium
- Exercise Required: Up to 1 hour
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