Icelandic Sheepdog

Icelandic Sheepdogs are one of the 50 or so northern breeds from around the world classified as spitzes. The breed’s “spitziness” is expressed by a dense coat, foxy face, pointed ears, and a bushy, curling tail. Icelandics, standing no higher than 18 inches at the shoulder, are just under what we’d consider medium sized. They come in several predominant colors, always accompanied by white markings. An endearing trait is the facial expression: friendly, happy, always looking as though there’s no place they’d rather be than with you.

Jo-Ann Secondino Jonathan Pickett

Fox Meadow Icelandics | Jo-Ann Secondino & Jonathan Pickett

  Interview with Herding Group Breeders Jo-Ann Secondino & Jonathan Pickett Where do I live? How many years in dogs? How many years as a breeder? My partner, Jon, and I have been raising Icelandic Sheepdogs for nearly 19 years. ...

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