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Seidenspitz Resource

Seidenspitz


The Seidenspitz was developed in Germany using Maltese and white Pomeranians. The breed was known perhaps as far back as the late 1700s. Affectionate and intelligent, the Seidenspitz resembles a Pomeranian with a long, silky coat that may be solid white or solid black. A white coat is preferred over black. The coat should be about 6 inches long. The hair around the eyes and on top of the muzzle is shaved, and the dog may or may not have a mustache and beard. The feet are shaved as well and the hair on the ears is shaved or trimmed extremely short.

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Breed Details

Group:
Country of Origin:
Germany
Size:
Small Dog Breed
Color:
White or black.
Coat:

Long and silky.

AKC Group:
Rare
UKC Group:
Rare
Height:
not specified
Weight:
3 to 7 pounds
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