The Kromfohrländer comes in 2 coat variations: wirehaired (Rauhaar) and smooth haired (Glatthaar). The distinction is the presence of a beard on the wirehaired variety and a rather long coat on the smooth haired variety. Therefore the wirehaired resembles a terrier, while the smooth haired looks rather like a spaniel. The color is brown/tan/buff markings on a white background with a blaze on the face 'as symmetrical as possible.'
The Kromfohrländer is a very lively, good-natured, intelligent breed with a comparatively weak hunting instinct, loves to play and run and can adapt to many situations fairly well. Kromfohrländers are very much "people dogs" and they rarely stray very far from their owner. They take to strangers and children rather hesitantly at first, but once they get familiar, they are friends for life.
|Height||15-18 inches (38-46 cm)|
|Weight||24-31 pounds (11-14 kg)|
|Colors||Brown White Tan|
|Good In Apartments||
His descendants are generally people-oriented dogs who want to be with their family and often choose a particular person as their favorite. This dog will typically follow you around throughout the day and will be unhappy if banished to a crate or yard when someone is home.
|Good With Children||
Good with Kids: This is a suitable breed for kids and is known to be playful, energetic, and affectionate around them.
|Good With Dogs||
|Good With Cats||
The coat tends to shed dirt easily, and the dogs don’t typically have an odor unless they’ve rolled in something that smells bad. Bathe them as needed. Depending on whether a Kromi spends a lot of time outdoors, as well as on your furniture, that can mean weekly, monthly or quarterly.