• Finnish Spitz

    Finnish Spitz are medium-sized dogs with balanced bodies, bold carriage, brisk movements, and a fox-like appearance.

  • Group: Companion
    Lifespan: 13–15 yr
    Height: 15–20 in
    Weight: 23–48 lb

  • Care

    When it comes to grooming, the Finnish Spitz requires little more than the occasional bath and brushing. However, they go through periods of seasonal shedding twice a year. During these times, they benefit from extra brushing to remove dead hair. Intact females tend to have more severe shedding than spayed females. Finnish Spitz also benefit from regular dental care. Start brushing their teeth at home when they're young and consult with a veterinarian about professional dental cleanings to ensure good oral hygiene.

    When it comes to grooming, the Finnish Spitz requires little more than the occasional bath and brushing. However, they go through periods of seasonal shedding twice a year. During these times, they benefit from extra brushing to remove dead hair. Intact females tend to have more severe shedding than spayed females.

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  • Disorders

    Diabetes mellitus, Hip dysplasia,
    Shaker dog syndrome Platelet dysfunction (thrombocytopathia, Basset hound thrombopathia)

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.