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Breeds

Stabyhoun


Stabyhoun The Stabyhoun breed is an all-around dog from the Netherlands. With such a small population thus far, breeders are careful to maintain the purity of the breed while propagating its numbers. The Stabyhoun's Behavior Source: Wikipedia. Recommended for: pet, working dog The Stabyhoun dog breed is not for the lazy type. Stabyhouns are used to centuries of farmwork and they require exercise to keep fit. Long periods of contact with humans have made them friendly, peaceful, and willing to please their human families. They are easy to train. They are also very tolerant towards children and other animals. Because the Stabyhoun breed is a retriever breed, it is advised that they play fetch with their human companions. Remember that breed only provides a general clue as to any individual dog's actual behavior. Make sure to get to know dogs well before bringing them into your home. The Stabyhoun's Physical Characteristics Here are some of the characteristics of the Stabyhoun breed as determined by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale's published breed standard.

  • Size: 19 - 21 inches
  • Coat: long, smooth
  • Color: black, brown, orange, with with white markings
  • Eyes: mid-size, round, dark brown for black dogs, brown for orange and brown dogs
  • Ears: set low, moderately long, hanging low,
  • Muzzle: powerful, tapering gradually
  • Nose: black for black dogs, brown for orange and brown ones, well developed, nostrils well open
  • Tail: long, not set high

The Stabyhoun's Origins and History Source: Wikipedia. Country/Region of Origin: Netherlands Original purpose: retriever, pointer, gundog, guarding, draft Name: From the Dutch phrase "sta me bij" which means "Stand by me" and the Dutch word for dog, "hoon"; also known as the Frisian Pointing Dog and the Stabij. Historical notes: Though Stabyhoun dogs make excellent hunting companions, they were originally used as all-around work dogs. As farmers in Frisia were too poor to own more than one dog, they greatly appreciated a dog that can do all kinds of chores. Their devotees are primarily located in the Netherlands for now but international popularity is growing.

 

 

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