Finnish spitz


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Finnish spitz

a small (25-35 lb), lively dog with alert expression, narrow muzzle, small, pointed, erect ears, and a red to gold colored coat that is medium length on the body but long and dense on the shoulders, thighs and tail.
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Non-Sporting breeds (267): American Eskimo Dogs 9, Bichon Frises 9, Boston Terriers 34, Bulldogs 20, Chinese Shar-Pei 9, Chow Chows 9, Dalmatians 14, Finnish Spitz 4, French Bulldogs 46, Keeshondens 12, Lhasa Apsos 6, Lowchen 6, Norwegian Lundehunds 1, Poodles (Miniature) 7, Poodles (Standard) 19, Schipperkes 8, Shiba Inu 19, Tibetan Spaniels 12, Tibetan Terriers 20, Xoloitzcuintlis 3.
Bio: David, 64, and Judy, "in the mid-60s," live in south Eugene with Rusty, their 12-year-old Finnish Spitz.
The court had been told how the rottweiller and a Finnish spitz dog would have suffered hideously as they baked in temperatures of at least 50C (130F) after Percy had left them for three hours in the back of a Volvo car,
A court heard that the Rottweiller and Finnish Spitz died a "hideous" death in temperatures of at least 50 celsius.
Leslie Carlson's 8-year-old Finnish spitz, Pyrite, couldn't stay under the 53-second cap, finishing the course in just over 103 seconds.
Some of the rarest breeds within the city limits include the Finnish Spitz, Komondor and the Pharaoh Hound.
Among the least registered dogs are the Dandie Dinmont Terrier, the Clumber Spaniel and the Finnish Spitz.
Magistrates at Guildford, Surrey, were told how the rottweiller and a Finnish spitz dog would have suffered in temperatures of at least 130F when Percy left them for three hours in the back of a car.
A vet said the dogs - a Rottweiler and a Finnish Spitz - were subjected to cruelty of "a hideous nature" which, in his opinion, was inexcusable.

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