dedicated to the promotion of the Keeshond breed through responsible breeding, rescue, and activities such as conformation, agility, and obedience
|The Keeshond is an active, friendly, playful dog that requires human companionship. Ideally, males should weigh 40-45 lbs. and stand 18" at the shoulder, while females should weigh 30-35 lbs. and stand 17" at the shoulder. The breed is very adaptable, but it is definitely not for everyone. Keeshonden require weekly brushing, although they don't need frequent bathing. A Keeshond left in the backyard is an unhappy dog that is likely to become a nuisance barker. We recommend that people unfamiliar with the breed attend a club meeting or dog show in order to meet reputable breeders and get answers to their questions.|
|KCSC News: Join us at the annual KCSC double conformation specialty, obedience and rally trial on Friday January 23, 2015, held in conjunction with the Orange Empire Show.
We are at a new location this year: San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, 14800 7th Street, Victorville, CA 92395. Click here for the premium list.
Legislative Alert: KCSC opposes mandatory spay/neuter laws. Below are links to information mandatory spay/neuter proposals and how you can help defeat them:
Naia Trust - Legistlative Alerts and Updates
Jack Bradshaw - Southern California's primary show superintendent has links and other information on their home page.
Save Our Dogs - Advocates on behalf of working dogs.
The Animal Council - TAC monitors selected federal, state and local legislation and regulation affecting the rights and interests of animal
Mandatory Spay/Neuter does NOT work! - read the facts.