|Barked: Tue Jun 26, '12 11:11am PST |
|Before I found corgis, I was into keeshonden, and I can tell you that while we do see solid white and even orange creams crop up, I've never ever heard of a black keeshond. I'm willing to say that I *could* be wrong on that, but I was in the breed for several years and used to show and such.
There are some really dark keeshonden out there, but usually they're very poorly bred. Typically the darker the keesie, the worse off the breeding.
In Holland (where the breed originated), keeshonden come in multiple colors, even piebald, but I think that in the US they would be classified as gross spitz or mittel spitz.
It *could* be a Eurasier- they're a newish breed in Europe and are a mix between chow chows, keeshonden, and samoyeds. There *are* black Eurasiers that crop up with some frequency and they are very spitzy.
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