Dutch Smoushond

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Little origin information can be found about the breed but it is known that during the 1800s the Dutch Smoushond was a popular gentleman's companion in German households. The breed went fairly extinct until a woman from Germany selectively studied the breed and brought back a dog like what we can see today. The easy-pleasing breed stands at 14 to 17 inches and weighs 20 to 22 pounds. The Dutch Smoushond gets along well with children and even the family cat.




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