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: On September 9th, KCSC will host a designated Specialty, a concurrent Specialty, Obedience, Rally, Puppy and Veteran Sweepstakes at the Santa Ana Valley Kennel Club show at Orange Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa, CA. We will also be supporting the entries on Sunday. Click here for more information.

The annual KCSC clinic and picnic will be held on November 18th at Rancho Park in West Los Angeles.

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