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Redbone Coonhound - Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Redbone Coonhound - Fun Facts and Crate Size

Redbone Coohound QUICK FACTS: AKC recognized in 2009 Lifespan: 12-15 years Size: Medium Energy: Somewhat Active Recommended Crate Size: 30” dog crate* Return to main Dog Crate Size Breed Chart. Redbone Coonhound:  Fearless but Friendly If you are looking for a handsome hunting dog with an even temper and a charming personality, look no further.  Meet the Redbone Coonhound.  Registered with the United Kennel Club since 1902 (and the American Kennel Club since 2009), this hound dog has it all- expert hunting skills, dashing good looks and confidence that just won’t quit. The Redbone Coonhound is a medium built dog that sports a...

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Keeshond– Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Keeshond– Fun Facts and Crate Size

Keeshond Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1930 Lifespan: 12-15 years Size: Medium Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 36” dog crate* Return to main Dog Crate Size Breed Chart. The Keeshond breed is medium sized and belongs to the long hair dog group (especially when considering the hair on its neck). The naming of this breed was taken from a Netherlands national hero whose name was Cornelius Kees de Gyzelaar. This dog was originated from the region around Holland and Germany.  This dog was traditionally used to guard farm fields. An adult male Keeshond can reach up to 18.5" high with...

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Finnish Spitz – Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Finnish Spitz – Fun Facts and Crate Size

  Finnish Spitz Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1988 Lifespan: 13-15 years Size: Medium Energy: High Recommended Crate Size: 36" dog crates* Return to main Dog Crate Size Breed Chart. Finnish Spitz is one the breeds considered as national dogs of Finland. This dog has a thick coat with small ears. The Spitz itself is taken from a German word which means “sharp”. This dog can live in colder climates like those that are found in the North. At first glance, this breed resembles a polar wolf, but it is a friendly dog.  The origin of Finnish Spitz is not clear, but most...

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Staffordshire Bull Terrier – Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Staffordshire Bull Terrier – Fun Facts and Crate Size

  Staffordshire Bull Terrier Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1974 Lifespan: 9 to 15 years Size: Medium Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 30” dog crate* Return to main Dog Crate Size Breed Chart. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier was originated from Staffordshire, England back in 19th century. The ancestors of this dog breed were Bull and Terrier. This dog breed was originally bred for bull baiting, bear baiting, lion baiting and dog fighting, but as these practices became banned it became a show dog and beloved pet. The Staffordshire Terrier found its way to America in early 1870 which earned them other...

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Scottish Terrier – Fun Facts and Crate Size

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Scottish Terrier – Fun Facts and Crate Size

  Scottish Terrier Quick Facts: AKC recognized in 1885 Lifespan: 12 years Size: Medium Energy: Medium Recommended Crate Size: 30” dog crate* Return to main Dog Crate Size Breed Chart. Scottish Terriers are actually an old breed, despite it being somewhat undocumented. The origin of this dog is believed to be from Pliny the Elder, a Roman author dating back to 55 B.C. This breed is also believed to be descendants of the ancient breeds found in Scotland, which many say are a foundation breeds of all Terriers found in the world today. The Scottish Terrier was originally bred for hunting and...

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