Get to know the Danish-Swedish Farmdog
All you need to know about the breed
Appearance-wise, the Danish-Swedish Farmdog resembles nothing so much as a slightly larger Jack Russell Terrier. But the resemblance ends there. While these larger, more angular Scandinavian canines have some of the JRT’s dogged prey drive, they don’t exhibit that barky skittishness. The Danish-Swedish Farmdog breed is part of the pinscher family hence the different temperament. When they do bark, it’s probably their protective nature letting you know someone is approaching.
What they are is a highly intelligent, hard-working, playful and devoted dog that relishes downtime with you as much as a day romping around in the great outdoors. A great family dog, Danish-Swedish Farmdogs get along well with other domestic animals – though perhaps not very small ones - and, once trained, children. In addition, still rather rare outside of their native lands, Danish-Swedish Farmdogs are known to be quite a healthy breed. All of this wrapped up in an attractive, easy to groom short-haired bundle of energy.
2 facts about Danish-Swedish Farmdogs
Things to look out for
From specific breed traits to a general health overview, here are some interesting facts about your Danish-Swedish Farmdog