Spitz dwarf in your house
Some pets can cause joy, tenderness or laughter. These include a spitz dwarf. This domestic dog has a cheerful and cheerful disposition, feels comfortable both in a close room and in a spacious house. Pygmy pomeran bear type unpretentious, clever, energetic, loyal to the owner. Perfectly gets along with children, whom he loves even more than adults. Spitz dwarf likes to bully other dogs, even those thatmuch larger. This despite the fact that he weighs only two kilograms on average. Perhaps many believe that the dwarf dog (and indeed any breed of miniature dogs) is only suitable for sitting on someone's lap. But this is not so, because the devotion of this mini-dog is such that he is ready to go to the ends of the world for his masters.
Spitz dwarf, despite its unpretentiousness, is not suitable for those owners who find it difficult to allocate time for their dog. His coat requires special care. After moistening it with cold water, the moisture must be rubbed on it with your fingers. Then, starting from the head and ending with the tail, it is necessary to divide all its fur into separate areas and each of them to comb from the roots. In addition, the spitz dwarf needs periodic trimming. On how to perform this procedure, consult with consultants from the dog breeders' club or the breeder.
Spitz pygmy, most likely, originates from the center or northEurope. This breed was very popular until the middle of the nineteenth century, until the Pekinese was brought from the Middle Kingdom. In those days Spitz Orange, as they were called then, were much larger. But over time, efforts were made to reduce their size and weight. The current spitz is dwarfish - it's a tightly knocked dog. The constitution is harmonious, the mind is intelligent. Their hair is uniform in color, smooth on the muzzle and head. Its color can be different. There is a dwarf white dog, as well as gray, brown, blue, orange and sable. The head resembles a fox in its outlines. Muzzle elegant, shorter than cranium, nottoo sharp. The lips are dry and fit tightly to each other.
Spitz dwarf lives an average of 12 to 15 years. He needs a certain physical load: it is desirable to walk with him more often. He has one feature: he is strongly attached to people, especially to the owners, and does not tolerate loneliness. If he is left alone for at least a day in a closed room, from despair and despair, his energy will pour into destruction. He can start all around him chewing, barking loudly.
From an early age, it is worthwhile to accustom people and other animals to the society, to give time to the socialization of your pet. Otherwise, his natural shyness can develop over time into suspicion and mistrust, which will be expressed in aggressiveness, the habit of biting and scratching when trying to take him in his arms. On the other hand, a tamed dwarf dog is truly a human friend. This dog is ideal for active people who often spend time with their family in nature and are ready to take their pet with them. Thanks to her sensitive hearing, she can be a good watchman, signaling the arrival of guests.