Keeshond Question

Our Keeshond Buddy is going to be three. We got him when he was six months. He often looks...


Our Keeshond Buddy is going to be three. We got him when he was six months. He often looks sad/depressed. How can I play more with him? He never seemed interested in fetching a ball. Also has anyone else noticed their are extremely sensitive to sounds?

    In Keeshond - Asked by Anonymous - 8/19/2012 10:31:19 AM
Keeshond love a good round of tug. Interactive toys are good where they have to think to get a treat. Most Keeshonds don't like fetch. They are so smart, they think "Why should I chase something that is being thrown away"! Walks, and play dates with dog friends make for a happy dog. Bully sticks are great for chewing needs.
    Answered by Anonymous - 12/13/2012 12:21:30 PM