Schipperke Dog Breed Information, Pictures, Characteristics & Facts
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Schipperke is a smart and witty dog breed originated in Belgium which is often known as LBD which means “Little Black Devil.” In some countries, it is also known as Small Shepherd as they resemble like German Shepherds.


These dogs are not intended for first-time dog owners as they are highly independent minded. Schipperke Dog also comes in the list of long-lived breeds with an average span life of 15 years or more, be sure to provide them a good experience with full of happiness and love.

Life Span 13 – 15 years
Color Black, Apricot, Chocolate, Black and Tan, Cream, Blue.
Temperament Fearless, Agile, Curious, Independent, Confident, Faithful
Height Male: 28–33 cm Female: 25–30 cm
Weight Male: 3–9 kg Female: 3–9 kg
Origin Belgium
Group Non-Sporting Group

These dogs are highly adaptable as they can fit themselves in every situation. You can choose Schipperke Puppy in 6 colors Black, Apricot, Chocolate, Black and Tan, Cream, Blue. These energetic dogs preferably require more exercise about 30-40 minutes daily to keep them ready to handle any situation.

About Schipperke Puppies

Schipperke puppy need an optimum amount of training to keep them socialized adequately towards other people and animals.

Note: If you’re going to buy this dog for your home, then you have to get ready to deal with dog hairs on your clothes as these dogs shed profusely which might even become a headache for you.

Schipperke Breed Characterstics

Adapts well to Apartment Living
Sensitivity Level
Tolerates being Alone
Kids Friendly
Dog Friendly
Friendly toward Strangers
Easy to Train
Intelligence Level
Easy To Groom
Exercise Needs
Energy Level
Exercise Needs

These dogs are highly affectionate with their family members whose primary motive to protect their owner from any harm and makes them an excellent companion and watchdog.

It is highly advisable that Schipperke puppy must buy from a reputable breeder who can give you all medical clearance of the dog.

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