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|Dutch Shepherd Dog
|Country of origin
|Classification and breed standards
|Not recognized by any major kennel club
|This breed of dog is
The Hollandse Herder (known also as "Dutch Shepherd Dog") is a
The Hollandse Herder comes in three varieties: shorthaired, longhaired, and
rough haired. Although the coat types vary, the permissible colors are the same
in all these three types. The longhaired Dutch Shepherd is a rare variety. The
shorthaired variety is rather widespread in
rough haired (or wire haired) type is less common than the shorthaired.
The Dutch Shepherd's body is rather muscular and symmetrical. The chest is
deep. The dog's muzzle is long.
Belgian Shepherd or the
German Shepherd Dog, the Dutch Shepherd is not known for its beauty.
However, It's very pleasant, wise, and friendly; it shows affection and is easy
- Height: around 22-25 inches.
- Weight: around 65-67 pounds.
This breed typically lives 12 to 14 years.
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