Volpino

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Dog Ratings

5 Stars = Most Ideal; 1 Star = Least Ideal
Playful
Playful
Affectionate
Affectionate
Watchdog
Watchdog
Energy
Energy
Intelligence
Intelligence
New People
New People
Healthiness
Healthiness
Training
Training
Cats
Cats
Other Dogs
Other Dogs
Children
Children
Grooming
Grooming
Popularity
Popularity
Shedding
Shedding
Hypoallergenic
Hypoallergenic

Dog Information

Body Size:
Large
Coat Type:
Long
Price:
$500 - $1500
Lifespan:
14 yrs - 16 yrs
Weight:
9 lbs - 12 lbs
Height:
10 " - 13 "
Breed Group:
Northernbreed

Overview

The Volpino is a lively, playful, watchful, and affectionate small dog breed that can bring a lot of love and happiness into your life. When we think about dogs, we often do not think of their blood line or where they came from, the Volpino descends from Keeshond. The Volpino can live anywhere from 14 to 16 years, giving everyone around them a lasting experience with their lively, playful, watchful, and affectionate personality! According the the American Kennel Club, the Volpino is part of the Northernbreed breed group, which allows you to find other dogs that are similar to them. The Volpino is one of the lower ranked small dogs when it comes to popularity, this comes from a number of factors. If you like what you have read so far, the Volpino may be the perfect small dog for you, please continue reading and you may find your perfect pet!

Body Characteristics

The Volpino is a Large size small dog with a build described as square frame, rounded, and wedge-shaped head with a straight muzzle, making it the perfect dog for your home. The Volpino can be as short as 10in or up to as big as 13in, making it the perfect size! The Volpino can weigh between 9lbs to 12lbs making it an excellent choice for those who are looking for a Large small dog! The Volpino has a Long coat that can often be described as thick and soft, making them perfect for being inside or outside pets. If you are looking into choosing the Volpino to join your family, you may find it with a coat in the colors of white, red, or champagne.

Temperament

The Volpino is a very smart dog that will always surprise you with the things it may learn how to do. If you are looking for a dog that will be easy to train and entertain you loved ones with its tricks, the Volpino is perfect for you. The Volpino is a playful dog that may keep you busy all day, it is a great dog for children. The Volpino is above average in energy, it will constantly keep you on your toes trying to keep it calm and wearing it down to give you a break. The Volpino will constantly want to spend time with you showing how much you mean to them, they are a great addition to any family. The Volpino is average with children, which means that it may learn to love them or it may always try to keep its distance. The Volpino is a very friendly dog so it does well when meeting new people, but if it is tired or annoyed it may take some time. The Volpino is above average as a watchdog, it will, in most cases, try to ward off intruders and let you know of their presence. It may take a lot of time and maybe a few dog fights, but with time the Volpino can become accustomed to other dogs. The Volpino is average when it comes to being around cats, it may love them or hate them.

Maintanence

When it comes to shedding, the Volpino is below average, your home will often be covered in dog hair and require additional work when cleaning. The Volpino is not hypoallergenic, it may not be a good choice for those who have a lot of allergies, especially to dogs. The Volpino is below average when it comes to grooming, it will require more grooming than other other dogs, like the Brazilian Terrier, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, or German Hunting Terrier. The Volpino is above average when it comes to health, it will have less issues than some others, like the Beagle, Wire Fox Terrier, or Havanese. If you are looking to bring the Volpino into your home, some of the health problems you might have to encounter include Primary Lens Luxation. The upkeep for the Volpino can cost you up to an estimate of $1100 each year for grooming, vet visits, food, ect.

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