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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Bio: David, 64, and Judy, "in the mid-60s," live in south Eugene with Rusty, their 12-year-old Finnish Spitz.
A court heard that the Rottweiller and Finnish Spitz died a "hideous" death in temperatures of at least 50 celsius.
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.
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 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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