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Life expectancy

The Stabijhoun has a life expectancy of between 12 and 14 years




Adult size

Female Between 19 and 20 in
Male Between 20 and 22 in

Adult weight

Female Between 40 and 60 lb
Male Between 40 and 60 lb
Coat colour
Black Brown
Type of coat
Eye colour

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More details about the Stabijhoun

Stabijhoun: Origins and history

The Stabijhoun originates from Holland and is believed to have descended from Spaniels. Literature concerning the breed dates back to the early 1800s, though the breed wasn’t officially recognised until 1942. Nowadays, the Dutch consider the Stabijhoun a national treasure - however, the breed has also gained popularity in numerous other countries, including the UK.

FCI classification of the Stabijhoun

  • Group 7 - Pointing Dogs

  • Section 1 : Continental Pointing Dogs

Training a Stabijhoun

Although the Stabijhoun has an independent and stubborn streak to its personality, it’s generally an obedient dog who likes to please its owner. With consistent training sessions, plenty of praise, positive training methods and rewards, you’ll be rewarded by a well-behaved, obedient dog.

Stabijhoun: Purchase price

This dog is hard to come across. We do not have enough data to set an average price. However, looking after a dog of this size typically costs between £90 to £120 a month, including food, medical/insurance, and incidental expenses.

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