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German Spitz from Moscow. Deutsche Spitze.

German Spitz and his mistress on the stairs to the Moscow River in Suvorov Park.

Life span of the German Spitz is 13 to 15 years.

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German Spitz.

German Spitz (or German spitz, plural spitzes or, borrowing from German, Spitze) is used to refer to both a standardized breed of dog (usually capitalized) in some kennel clubs, and a category or type of dog comprising several separate breeds. Various modern breeds have been developed from the original German Spitz, and are either registered as separate breeds or as varieties of German Spitz, depending on club. All the German spitz-type dogs are dogs of the broader spitz type, of German origin.

The Fédération Cynologique Internationale recognizes the German Spitz (Deutscher Spitz) under Group 5, Section 4, European Spitz. The Deutscher Spitz is one breed; names differentiate sizes and colour:
  • Keeshond or Wolfspitz wolf grey with black points; 49 6 centimetres (19.3 2.4 in) at withers; ca. 20 kilograms (44 lb).
  • Großspitz (Giant or Large Spitz) white, brown or black; 46 4 centimetres (18.1 1.6 in) at withers; 15 to 20 kilograms (33 to 44 lb).
  • German Spitz Mittel (Medium or Standard Spitz, including the American Eskimo Dog) black, white, cream, brown, sable, particolour and more; 34 4 centimetres (13.4 1.6 in) at withers; 7 to 10 kilograms (15 to 22 lb).
  • German Spitz Klein (Miniature Spitz) white, brown or black, orange, grey-shaded and other colours; 26 3 centimetres (10.2 1.2 in) at withers; 4 to 5 kilograms (8.8 to 11.0 lb).
  • Zwergspitz (Dwarf-Spitz or Toy Spitz) or Pomeranian orange, cream, black, white, sable, particolour, etc. 20 2 centimetres (7.87 0.79 in) at withers; 3 kilograms (6.6 lb).

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