Kromfohrländer - Pawsource



The Kromfohrländer is a relatively rare breed of dog that originated in Germany. The breed was first bred in the 1940s by German breeder Ilsa Schleifenbaum. Schleifenbaum wanted to create a breed that was small enough to live in an apartment, yet strong and athletic enough to use as a hunting dog. She crossed several breeds, including the Fox Terrier, the Grand Griffon Vendéen, and the White Swiss Shepherd Dog, to create the breed we now know as the Kromfohrländer.


The Kromfohrländer is a friendly and playful dog that needs a lot of love and attention. They are very affectionate and bond strongly with their owners. This breed is intelligent and eager to learn, making them easy to train. Kromfohrländers are very social and thrive in households with other pets and children. They do, however, need plenty of exercise and enjoy active play .


In general, Kromfohrländers are healthy dogs without common hereditary disorders. However, as with all breeds, it is important to keep an eye on your Kromfohrländer's health and to visit the vet regularly for checkups and vaccinations. It's also important to watch their weight as this breed tends to put on weight if they don't get enough exercise.


The coat of a Kromfohrländer is short and dense, and does not require much grooming. They only need an occasional brushing to remove loose hair. It is important to keep their ears clean to prevent ear infections and to trim their nails regularly. Kromfohrländers love to walk and play and need plenty of exercise to stay healthy and happy.

All in all, the Kromfohrländer is a unique and affectionate dog breed that fits well into families with children and other pets. If you are looking for a small, playful dog that enjoys company and is easy to train, the Kromfohrländer is definitely worth considering!

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