Finnish Spitz Dog Breed Information - American Kennel Club
Right breed for you? Finnish Spitz information including personality, history, grooming, pictures, videos, how to find a Finnish Spitz and AKC standard.
Finnish Spitz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Finnish Spitz is a breed of dog originating in Finland. The breed was originally bred to hunt all types of game from squirrels and other rodents to bears. It is a "bark pointer", indicating the position of game by barking, and drawing the gamer animal's attention to itself, allowing an easier approach for the hunter
Finnish Spitz Dog Breed Information, Pictures, Characteristics & Facts - Dogtime
Finnish Spitz information including pictures, training, behavior, and care of Finnish Spitzes and dog breed mixes.
Finnish Spitz: What's Good About 'Em? What's Bad About 'Em?
The fox-like Finnish Spitz is lively and agile, quick and light on his feet. He plays hard and enjoys vigorous exercise, especially in the snow. Without enough activity (physical and mental), this creative thinker will become bored and perhaps destructive.
Finnish Spitz Information - Petfinder
Like most Spitz breeds, the Finkie is independent and somewhat stubborn, although he is more hunting oriented than other Spitz breeds. He is alert, inquisitive and playful, but is also sensitive, tending to be devoted to one person. He is a breed conscious of his place in the dominance hierarchy, and some males can try to be domineering.
Finnish Spitz - Pictures, Information, and Reviews
The Finnish Spitz is a medium purebred known for being aggressive, independent, intelligent, loyal, and playful. The most common colors for Finnish Spitzes are black, brown, gray, and red. To keep it healthy, it will need to get exercise regularly. Known to be multi-talented, the Finnish Spitz participates in a wide variety of activities such as guarding, herding, and tracking.
Finnish Spitz Dog Breed - Facts and Traits
Friendly, playful, home-loving and loyal, the Finnish spitz is not considered aggressive, but tends to bark at anything especially outside. It also is best suited for a cooler climate.
Finnish Spitz Breed Information
The Finnish Spitz, nicknamed the Finkie for his native name of Finsk Spetz, is a medium-size dog. Like other spitz, or Nordic breeds, he has a thick, protective coat that stands out for its golden-red color, prick ears, a fox-like expression, and a tail that curls jauntily over his back.
Finnish Spitz Information - Dogster
Some Spitz dogs can be reserved and independent. Not the Finnish Spitz. Outgoing, playful and affectionate, the Finnish Spitz appreciates togetherness and family time. In fact, it can be downright giddy around people. However, the Finnish can be slightly reserved around strangers.
PetMD - Finnish Spitz
A dog bred for hunting small game and birds, the Finnish Spitz looks rather fox-like: pointed muzzle, erect ears, dense coat and curled tail, which are all due to its northern heritage. The people of Finland are proud to recognize the Finnish Spitz as their national dog.
Finnish Spitz Dog Breed Information - PetWave
Finnish Spitz Dog Breed Guide: Get in depth information about the Finnish Spitz Dog and start learning what makes this breed of dog so unique.
The Finnish Spitz Club of America
Formed in 1975, the FSCA is the AKC approved National Parent Club for Finnish Spitz in the United States. It is dedicated to encouraging, promoting, and protecting purebred Finnish Spitz, and doing all possible to educate and advance the interests of the breed.