Welcome to our website. Playful Keeshonds are a family of Keeshond hobby breeders that breed keeshond puppies for sale. Our puppies are raised at home with lots of daily attention and they are exceptionally gentle with children.
Our Keeshond puppies for sale tend to have a lot of nice personalities and also make great companions which is one of the reasons we decided to breed them to other people so they can also enjoy the breed. The Keeshond is a smart breed that thrives with basic training, moderate exercise, and plenty of time with its owners. Its thick coat only requires minimal grooming to stay soft and tangle-free. These keeshonds roam our house as members of the family. Crumpled pieces of paper and puppy toys are often scattered around the floor. You can always browse through our keeshond puppies for sale and make your choice.
All of our Keeshond puppies undergo for sale a series of health tests to screen for various possible hereditary diseases, including HCM (heart) by a specialized cardiologist. These measures avoid many problems for our puppies
Our mission is to produce wonderful indoor companion Keeshonds for Keeshond lovers, by developing our puppies with great qualities, and providing them with the best home training.
After years of producing exceptional Keeshond puppies, we know that our reputation speaks for itself. We provide excellent care, and an awesome environment for the Keeshonds we breed. You will enjoy welcoming one of our lovely babies into your family.
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Keeshond has a playful, intelligent and obedient temperament which makes it a joy to be around. It makes a good companion for both adults and children. Keeshond’s even temperament makes it an excellent guard dog, watchdog and also family dog. Spending time with its loved ones makes it really happy. Keeshond is an attention seeker that likes interrupting when ignored. Get healthy Keeshond puppies for sale from us today.
Individual temperament varies, but there are some general characteristics. The dogs are often quite aloof with strangers, but they will make friends once it’s clear that someone new is welcome in your home.
These dogs take the task of guarding home and family seriously and will be highly protective once bonded with you. While the dogs are attentive and can be very good with kids, it’s important to note that not all Malinois have the right temperament to be a family pet and share a home with small children. Let us help you make the right puppy choice for you. Our Keeshond puppies for sale are ready for rehoming.
After buying a Keeshond Puppy from us, living with it is another thing. Keeshonds are handsome, intelligent dogs with a delightful personality. Their playful, affectionate nature makes them ideal family pets. Unlike other northern breeds, the Keeshonds are relatively easy to train.
Rarely are they nuisance barkers, but they will bark a warning that a stranger is near. A keeshond is most happy if allowed to live in the home with the family, his "pack." The ideal situation, of course, is one in which the dog can come in and out of the house on its own, through a dog door. Keeshond dgos can remain outside in cold weather, but appropriate shelter should be provided. Because of their thick coats a hot, humid climate is not recommended.
Adopting a Keeshond Puppy is a very lovely and training should be introduced from a young age so that the puppy understands the basics of obedience and good manners. Keeshonds are intelligent dogs that like to please their owners. This breed responds best to positive-reinforcement training methods and can begin basic obedience as early as eight weeks of age. Remember that these dogs were bred to live with barge operators, so they're meant to be alongside their owners. If your family is away from the home often, you may want to consider another breed. Keeshonds don't like to be left alone, and they're known to bark endlessly or become destructive when lonely and bored.
If you’re adopting a Keeshond puppy, be sure to socialize them by exposing them to many people and different situations and friendly dogs while supervised.
After rehoming a Keeshond puppy, daily exercise is required; The Keeshond enjoys a dog walk moment with its family and will most likely jump in excitement once it is walk time, a short run or jog does the magic on its body. If walking along a particular route gets boring, you can spice things up by walking a different route or simply taking the Keeshond along to that park meeting with a friend.
Thanks to their history as barge dogs, Keeshonds can thrive in very small spaces and don't have high exercise needs. Several walks or one longer, more vigorous walk each day should suffice to keep your Keeshond healthy and happy. To exercise your dog's body and mind, activities like agility sports, puzzles, and indoor games are a great option for this intelligent breed.
The Keeshond has a coat that requires less frequent bathing due to its self-cleaning nature and minimal odor. For dogs below the age of 7, it is advised to bathe every three weeks while for others above 7 years, baths should be every 4 to 6 weeks. Weekly brushing is also required and keeps the Keeshond looking good.
Don't let the Keeshond's dense, fluffy coat fool you—they're actually fairly low-maintenance to groom. Brush Keeshonds at least two times per week to prevent matting and tangles, and bathe them about every three months. This breed has two major shedding periods every year to shed the entire undercoat at once. Each shedding period can last up to three weeks.
This breed isn't very tolerant of heat, but you should never shave your Keeshond in the summer. It may seem counterintuitive, but the thick coat actually acts as insulation against warm temperatures. Plus, shaving Keeshonds can make them more susceptible to sunburns or even skin cancer.
Like all breeds, it's important to brush your dog's teeth and check their ears each week. Clean debris in the ears with a soft cotton pad (avoid cotton swabs, which can damage the delicate inner ear). If your dog's ears become red, swollen, or have an unusual smell, contact your vet to determine if it's an infection. Brushing the teeth daily is ideal to prevent dental disease, but twice per week offers suitable protection. Don't miss out, we have healthy Keeshond puppies for sale today.