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: Our next specialty - double conformation, obedience, and rally - will be held Sunday June 26, 2016 in conjunction with the Kennel Club of Beverly Hills and Long Beach Kennel Club shows on Friday and Saturday, June 24 and 25th at California State University Long Beach on their George Allen field. We are very excited about this show and will be providing more information as it gets closer.

Legislative Alert: KCSC opposes mandatory spay/neuter laws. Below are links to information mandatory spay/neuter proposals and how you can help defeat them:

AKC Legislation Action Center

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
owners and welfare of animals.

Mandatory Spay/Neuter does NOT work! - read the facts.