SCHIPPERKE ❤️

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History In the Flemish dialect, Schipperke means "little captain". The common ancestor of the Belgian Shepherds and the Shipperke would be a shepherd dog, of an ancient breed, generally black and quite small, called "Leuvenaar". Its origin dates back to the 17th century. Around 1690, the Shipperke was the favorite dog of the common people and the cobblers of Brussels, who organized competitions to display the chiselled leather collars with which they adorned their dogs. He was known as a rat and mole hunter. The Schipperke was first exhibited in 1882 and became a fashionable dog thanks to Queen Marie Henriette of Belgium. The first standard was drawn up in 1888 by the club responsible for the breed. General Appearance Lupoid. The Schipperke is a herding dog of small size, but with a solid build. It has a wedge-shaped head, with a fairly developed skull and a relatively short snout. It has a harmonious, short, fairly wide and compact body, but the limbs have fine bone structure. Its coat is very characteristic, very thick and straight-haired. There are three sizes of this breed: large, 5-9 kilograms (11-20 pounds), medium, 3-5 kilograms (6.6-11 pounds) and toy, less than 3 kilograms (max 6.6 pounds). DATA SHEET 083 2 - SHEEPDOGS AND MOUNTAIN DOGS (EXCLUDING SWISS MOUNTAIN DOGS) 1 - SHEEPDOG Belgium Very small 13-15 years Quick, curious, faithful, fearless, independent, intelligent Male: 21-33 cm / 8-13 inches 5.5-8 kg / 11-18 pounds Apricot, black, black and brown, blue, brown, cream 3-7 puppies It is very affectionate with the members of its family, whose habits it immediately learns. It is also very emotional. Rare. It loves playing with children. It is suspicious and wary of those it doesn't know. It is an attentive watchdog and can be trained for personal protection. The Schipperke is an active and tireless breed. To be happy they must be taken for a long walk or run every day. Training must begin when it is a puppy because this dog is intelligent, curious but stubborn. Low maintenance: Regular weekly brushing is usually sufficient to keep the coat in good condition. Hypoallergenic: No. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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