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  • n. A spitz bred in in the Netherlands and Germany, characterized by a fluffy coat of silver and black fur.


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  • The shop also has two fluffy Keeshond dogs, who are on hand to delight the children.

    Independent bookshops in London

  • The ten-month-old Keeshond Dutch barge dog from the shelter raced through the snow into my outstretched arms.

    Christmas Magic

  • Kathe Campbell lives on a Montana mountain with her mammoth donkeys, a Keeshond, and a few kitties.

    Christmas Magic

  • If it's only the latter, my favorite, the Keeshond would do, especially a male which would tend to be a bit larger, deeper voiced, and more agressive than a female.

    I've never had a dog.

  • Winkler said the "chow-Keeshond mix" was on a tether that would have prevented him from reaching the gate. - News

  • This breed -- also known as the Eskie -- descended from the Keeshond, the Pomeranian, the


  • I wanted to update on my complaint that was put on the web site regarding my purchase of a Keeshond puppie and the subsequent headache of getting a refund.


  • So now, along with flatcoats and Brittanys, Labrador retrievers, Irish setters, and golden retrievers, you will find a mix of breeds, including a soft-coated Wheaten terrier among several other terriers, and a Keeshond.


  • Secondly, regarding breed, I happen to think that a Keeshond / Sheltie mix is the way to go.

    Thinking About...

  • ~Medium fits 14 "-18" neck or breeds similar in size to: Keeshond, Cocker / Springer Spaniel,



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