Dutch Partridge Dog
Drentsch Partijshond

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Names
Dutch Partridge Dog
Drentsch Partijshond

Origin
The Netherlands, Middle Ages

Use
Companion, Gundog

Life Expectancy
This breed can live as long as 12 - 13 years of age

Weight & Height
45 to 50 pounds & 23 to 26 inches tall

Known Health Problems
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Physical Description
Powerful, medium size dog has a broad head with a brown nose and amber eyes. The tail is long, set high and curves upward.

Temperament
Affectionate and gentle-natured. This dog is excellent with children and other pets

Training
Consistant gentle handling needed. This breed usually learns quickly

Living Conditions
Not suitable for apartment living. Would do best with an active family in a rural or suburban setting.

Grooming
Brush at least once a week

Exercise
High Exercise Needs.. Take for walks or play fetch

Coat Texture
Dense medium length coat is longest at the ears, tail, neck, feet and leges.

Coat Colors

Brown White


Puppies
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Recognition
Continental Kennel Club
United Kennel Club
Fédération Cynologique Internationale

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Courtesy of Paul Leys

Courtesy of Paul Leys

Courtesy of Paul Leys

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Breeders

Dutch Partridge Dog Breeders
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