In most households, the Keeshond is a lovable teddy bear companion. But in the 18th century, they were a political symbol for rebels overthrowing the ruling elite in Holland.
In the case of this breed, looks aren’t deceiving. They are every bit of sweet, charismatic, intelligent and loyal to a fault. Furthermore, their unique “spectacle” eyes will suck you into their world and force you to fall in love.
So how did the breed become so popular with the rest of the dog kingdom? Where does the breed come from?
Here is what you need to know about the Keeshond.