How much does a Danish-Swedish Farmdog cost?

They will typically be sold between $500 to $1,000 depending on the breeder. Always ask the breeder as many questions as possible so that you know the genetic history behind the dog and any relevant health issues the parents had or have.

How long do Danish Swedish Farmdogs live?

Average lifespan of the Danish Swedish farmdog is between 11 and 13 years.

How big does a Danish-Swedish Farmdog get?

13 inches
The Danish-Swedish Farmdog tends to have a consistent small size with an average height of 13 inches and average weight of 17 pounds. Some dogs may be smaller or larger than average for their breed.

Is Danish-Swedish Farmdog hypoallergenic?

This canine does shed heavily seasonally; therefore, expect to brush them more often during this time, usually one to two times per year. They are not hypoallergenic and people with allergies should not consider them for their family companion.

Where can I get a Danish farm dog?

A nonprofit American dog breed club that has sponsored all the Danish/Swedish Farmdog National Breed Specialties since the Danish/Swedish Farmdogs were first registered with the American Rare Breed Association (ARBA).

What’s the life span of a Danish Swedish dog?

Generally, the Danish-Swedish Farmdog is an easy and thrifty dog to care for. Any good-quality food is recommended. Many dog food companies have breed-specific formulas for small, medium, large and extra-large breeds. Danish-Swedish Farmdogs are a small breed and may have a lifespan ranging from 11 to 13 years.

What to do with a Danish Swedish dog?

The Danish-Swedish Farmdog is an easy dog to groom, care for and maintain. Being very low maintenance, the occasional brushing and bath are all that is needed to keep them clean and looking their best. If necessary, their nails can be trimmed with a nail clipper or grinder to avoid overgrowth, splitting and cracking.

What kind of dog is a farm dog?

Danish-Swedish Farmdogs are all-purpose dogs that work on farms as well as play with kids. The Danish-Swedish Farmdog was recognized in its native countries of Denmark and Sweden as an official breed in 1987. Danish-Swedish Farmdogs most likely descend from Pinscher-Fox Terrier crosses.