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Giant German Spitz

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Giant German Spitz

Overview

The German Giant Spitz is a Spitz type dog bred and developed in Germany, it is called Giant because it is the biggest Spitz dog among all Spitz type dog. The Giant German Spitz dogs are busy, curious and the intelligent dog. It is lovable but independent dog. It wants the attention and playmate, sometimes it responds by standing on its hind legs and bark happily. The Giant German Spitz has a well proportionate body with slim legs and thin chest. Medium in size eyes are slanting and dark. High set ears are pricked and erect. The distinctive long coat is covering the total body of the dog and soft to touch with a short inner coat. The dense coat’s colors are black, white and brown. With an alert, happy, watchful and cheerful personality the Giant German Spitzes are good watchdogs. They have an excellent jumping ability and able to stand on hind legs. These dogs get pleasures from human attention and can be happy to please dogs. As these dogs are curious, alert, busy and watchful you must teach them from early ages only bark when it is necessary. Furthermore, they must be taught that the human are the leaders. Remember, if you allow the breed, it may tend to be more demanding. Another important issue regarding training is if it is not teach properly to respect the children, it may tend to be rude and not trustworthy for kids. Moreover, they may tend to be the snappish and nervous toward the kids. Purposefully, the breed can get along well with children as long as children are taught how to interact with dog and demonstrate leadership skills. The breed is usually good with elder persons. Without proper, positive, consistent and confident leader, the breed may tend to be willful, feisty, bold and boisterous and never be easy to be obedient training. After having a good training, positive reinforcement it will make great companions. The Giant German Spitz breed is nicely adaptable for apartment livings, moderately active indoors and a little yard will suit it. The Giant German Spitz requires to be taken on daily jog, run or walk. It can accompany the owners up to 20 miles walk or one mile daily walk. Continue, customary and regularly brushing is required to avoid the matting. Some German Spitzes are not like to be care and groomed and it is on you to teach them to stay for you during the grooming. The Weight of Giant German Spitz is 38.5 to 40 pounds and Height 16 to 17 inches. Life expectancy of Giant German Spitz is normally 12 to 13 years.

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Giant German Spitz History

The German Spitz believed as a direct offspring of the profusely coated Nordic herding dogs, i.e. Lapphung and Samoyed. It is also believed that it had arrived in Europe with Viking Raiders. It found in German literature back to 1450. The two varieties, Giant and toy Spitz are being used as companion dogs; however, the Standard Spitz has been used as a healthy farm worker. Over 100 years ago, the toy German Spitz were brought to England from Pomerania and become a favorite dog to the Queen Victoria and named as Victorian Pom. Later on, the Pomeranian has since developed quite separate with its own typical breed standard. In some extent, the German toy Spitz and Pomeranian are similar, however, they stands separate breeds. The Breed is going to be a rare breed and losing its fame even in Germany, the country of origin.

Giant German Spitz Life Expectancy

Life expectancy of Giant German Spitz is normally 12 to 13 years.

Giant German Spitz Appearance

The Weight and Height of the Giant German Spitz is as follow: 1. The Weight of Giant Giant German Spitz is 38.5 to 40 pounds and Height 16 to 17 inches. 2. The Weight of Standard Giant German Spitz is 23 to 41 pounds and Height is 11.5 to 14 inches. 3. The Weight of Toy Giant German Spitz is 18 to 22 pounds and the Height is 9 to 11 inches.

Giant German Spitz Temperament

With an alert, happy, watchful and cheerful personality the Giant German Spitzes are good watchdogs. They have an excellent jumping ability and able to stand on hind legs. These dogs get pleasures from human attention and can be happy to please dogs. As these dogs are curious, alert, busy and watchful you must teach them from early ages only bark when it is necessary. Furthermore, they must be taught that the human are the leaders. Remember, if you allow the breed, it may tend to be more demanding. Another important issue regarding training is if it is not teach properly to respect the children, it may tend to be rude and not trustworthy for kids. Moreover, they may tend to be the snappish and nervous toward the kids. Purposefully, the breed can get along well with children as long as children are taught how to interact with dog and demonstrate leadership skills. The breed is usually good with elder persons. Without proper, positive, consistent and confident leader, the breed may tend to be willful, feisty, bold and boisterous and never be easy to be obedient training. After having a good training, positive reinforcement it will make great companions. With a positive and firm leadership, introduce and socialize adequately to prevent them to be reserved with strangers, animals and other dogs and extensive barking, and lessen the aggressiveness. In show rings, they appeared nice, dignified and pretty.

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Giant German Spitz with children and other pets

The Giant German Spitz can tend to be very attached to its owner, but to some extent reserved with strangers. The breed is not only makes a loyal and wonderful companion, but it makes a watchful watchdog. It tends to bark loudly when an intruder approaches to the home. These dogs get pleasures from human attention and can be happy to please dogs. As these dogs are curious, alert, busy and watchful you must teach them from early ages only bark when it is necessary.

Giant German Spitz Care and Grooming

Easy to groom, the Giant German Spitz needs ordinary grooming, regular brushing is essential to avoid the matting. However, some Giant German Spitzes do not wants to be groomed and you must teach them to stay along you while grooming is in progress.

Giant German Spitz Health Issues

No health issues are related to the breed, the Giant German Spitz are fairly healthy breed.

Giant German Spitz Training

Training is thing which can make a great dog. Intelligent and the easy to train Giant German Spitz are enthusiastic for pleasing the owner, loving and obedient to its owner. The Giant German Spitz can trained easily and to train this dog owner should to display total leadership otherwise the dog have tendency to become willful, exuberant, and independent. Without a proper leadership, the breed is hard to train. The positive reinforcement and a firm early obedience training and socialization may yield desired results. These dogs get pleasures from human attention and can be happy to please dogs. As these dogs are curious, alert, busy and watchful you must teach them from early ages only bark when it is necessary. Furthermore, they must be taught that the human are the leaders. Remember, if you allow the breed, it may tend to be more demanding. Another important issue regarding training is if it is not teach properly to respect the children, it may tend to be rude and not trustworthy for kids. Moreover, they may tend to be the snappish and nervous toward the kids.

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Giant German Spitz Exercise

The Giant German Spitz breed is nicely adaptable for apartment livings, moderately active indoors and a little yard will suit it. The Giant German Spitz requires to be taken on daily jog, run or walk. It can accompany the owners up to 20 miles walk or one mile daily walk.

Giant German Spitz Recognition

The Giant German Spitz breed is recognized by FCI, DRA, NAPR.

Giant German Spitz Other Names

Deutscher Grossspitz, Great Spitz, German Spitz, Deutscher Spitz Klein, Giant, Gross Spitz

Giant German Spitz Group

Northern.

Giant German Spitz Good Names

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