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German Spitz: Temperament, Exercise, Health
Group: German Spitz belongs to
the Non-Sporting Dog Breed Group.
Also Known As: Deutscher
About German Spitz
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The direct ancestors of
the German Spitz can be considered the heavily
coated Nordic herding dogs. The German Spitz
looks familiar to the Pomeranian in size and
looks, the Germans never approve of this fact.
The earliest mention of the German Spitz can
be traced back to the middle of 15th century,
in German literature. Centuries ago the German
Spitz were used as hunting companions and
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Description of the Dog
While the Giant German Spitz are
seen in colors like white, black or tan, the Standard
and Miniature German Spitz can be seen in a variety
of shades like black, brown, orange, gray, white.
The German Spitz are double-coated with soft, dense
fur on the longish side. They have large dark eyes,
small triangular ears, a thick head and a tail that
tend to curl on the top. Basically, the German Spits
is a compact dog, with a well-arched back and a
The height of three categories
of the German Spitz are given below:
Giant German Spitz: 16 to 17 inches
Standard German Spitz:11 to 14 inches
Miniature/Toy German Spitz: 9 to 11 inches
The average weight of three categories
of the German Spitz are given below:
Giant German Spitz: 38 to 40 pounds
Standard German Spitz: 23 to 41 pounds
Miniature/Toy German Spitz: 18 to 22 pounds
The German Spitz is affectionate,
lively, energetic, loyal, intelligent, agile and
active by nature. Although they are always eager
to please their owners, they are not easy to train.
They tend to ask for a lot of attention and love
from their human families. Many a times their stubborn
and somewhat temperamental personality acts as a
hindrance to proper training. They don't mix well
with strangers. Socializing and obedience training
is important and should be started from an early
The German Spitz is not suitable
for families having infants. Too much of attention
from children tend to make them snappy. A well-trained
German Spitz makes an excellent pet and companion.
Their alertness makes them good watchdogs. They
don't like grooming sessions, thus the owner needs
to train them to be calm and patient during these
Regular walks are welcome. You can also take the
dog for a running session occasionally to help it
stretch its legs. The German Spitz does not require
a lot of exercise, what it needs is a lot of human
attention and love. The dog will be content if you
take it for a walk with you or just sit at home
spend idle time at home.
The German Spitz is quite comfortable
living indoors and playing in the nearby park. They
make ideal pets for city dwellers, apartment living
and those with people living in homes with a small
Grooming involves regular brushing
or combing with soft bristled comb or brush to avoid
matting. However, unlike other dogs, the German
Spitz does not liking the grooming sessions. Thus,
the owners should train their dogs to remain calm
when the grooming is being done. Baths should be
given only when necessary.
The German Spitz may suffer from
hereditary health disorders like patella luxation
or eye problems. They may also suffer from tooth
related ailments. Otherwise, they are a healthy
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