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Indian Spitz Breed Information

This breed was originally developed in India, and is from the family of spitz. Indian spitz had a resemblance with German spitz. They were mainly used as a utility breed. Even though they are usually mistaken as Pomeranian dogs, they are different from each other in every ways other than the similarities in the appearance. Indian Spitz is medium in size, with a compact as well as well-built body. Their head is wedge shaped with a long as well as narrow muzzle. The ears of this breed are small, erect and form the shape of triangle. The jaw of this breed is strong and their teeth are set in scissor bite. The tail of this breed is short and is also covered with long hairs. The area around the neck of this breed is covered with hairs, forming a mane. The coat covering the body of this breed is medium length and is soft in texture. The paws of this breed is round, small and also cat like, which makes Indian spitz swift in nature. This breed is available, in white and also in golden colour. This breed not only shares looks with German spitz. They are very friendly and also charming breed. They are friendly and also calm in nature. They are very loyal and also devoted to their master. They are loving and also affectionate towards the family. This breed is always alert and also watchful of its surrounding. They are perfect choice as watch dogs. They are fearless, brave and also defensive of their owners. Be sure that you properly train your Indian spitz, if not they might develop unwanted behaviours like continuous barking and chewing. They should be trained by firm but calm trainer. They might act shy towards strangers and might also become aggressive towards other animals. These should be avoided by proper socializing lessons, from an early age. This breed is perfect for apartment, but make sure that you exercise them every day. They are very energetic and also active; hence exercise is important for them. They should be taken out for exercise and also off the leash plays. This breed is generally very healthy and the average life expectancy of this breed is 15 years.



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