How to choose a keeshond puppy - specialist recommendations
In the photo: Keeshond puppy
Before you go to choose a keeshond puppy, once again weigh the pros and cons.
Ask yourself important questions and get sincere answers to them.
The rules for choosing a keeshond puppy are very similar to the rules for choosing any other dog. However, there are features that are specific to Keeshond.
Keeskhondi are extremely affectionate and poorly tolerate loneliness. Left in isolation, they can chew on furniture or spoil things. You will need patience and calm.
Are you ready for a long and active walk in any weather?
These dogs are so energetic, especially in their youth, that they resemble a tornado. Three walks a day for 1 hour is a vital necessity.
If you choose a keeshond puppy for exhibitions or breeding, pay special attention not only to the exterior of the baby, but also to the parents.
Keep in mind that there are a number of shortcomings that can permanently block your pet’s road to the ring. For example, semi-erect ears or white marks.
It is advisable to clarify whether the parents have tests for hereditary diseases characteristic of Keeshond.
- Von Willebrand disease.
- Malignant hyperthermia.
Ask if there were any manifestations of epilepsy in the family.