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Finnish Spitzs

Aliases: Suomenpystykorva, Finsk Spets, Loulou Finnoi

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Things important to the Finnish Spitz

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The Finnish Spitz is one of the most sought after household pets. However, this breed of dogs also has certain characteristics which the potential owners should essentially know.

To begin with, the Finnish Spitz is an extremely active dog, with high energy levels. It is very important that the dogs of this breed get plenty of exercise and space to explore. These dogs are known to have busy minds and it is crucial that they are provided with enough mental stimulation. This energetic breed of dogs can also be quite aggressive towards other animals, especially owing to their chasing instincts.

Another aspect which is very significant in the case of this breed is their strong feelings of separation anxiety. In situations when the Finnish Spitz are left alone for extended periods of time, they often express their resentment with destructiveness and barking. Hence, it is important that these dogs are not left alone for too long if their peaceful temperament is to be maintained.

Furthermore, in order to be ideal household pets, these dogs should be socialized properly and well in time. If the Finnish Spitz do not receive enough exposure and orientation towards strangers and other pets in a proper manner, they develop suspiciousness and even timidity towards strangers.

The Finnish Spitz also prefers a peaceful environment and generally dislikes commotion and loud noises around them. In fact, it has often been observed that the dogs of the Finnish Spitz breed develop intense emotional sensitivity to stress and excessive noises around them and might also behave undesirably in such circumstances.

Owners intending to keep a Finnish Spitz dog as a pet should also be aware that these dogs experience heavy shedding and will require regular grooming. This is one of the most important aspects of the care and maintenance associated with this breed.

Since these dogs are alert and intelligent by nature, they are also very expressive and vocal about their desires. They will generally indulge in a lot of barking and yodeling when they want to express themselves and or just make their presence felt.

It is also required that the Finnish Spitz are kept in a secure environment as their clever and adventurous nature can actually make them vulnerable to immense danger. It is important for a household planning to own a Finnish Spitz to have adequate fencing. Besides, these dogs should never be let out without a leash as they have a tendency to take off on their own.

One of the other most important facts to know before owing a Finnish Spitz is the amount of patience required on the part of the owners. These dogs have the capability to act highly stubborn when they wish to and need patient but firm training for the situation to be handled.

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