Breed

Kromfohrlander


AKC Grouping
Foundation Stock Service
Temperament
  • intelligent
  • active
  • sensitive

Demeanor
somewhat reserved

Choosing the Best Dog Food for an Overweight Kromfohrlander

It can be helpful to study the history of the Kromfohrlander when determining the right food for your overweight dog. An increase in overweight Kromfohrlanders may be the consequence of a change in diet over the course of history.


Breed

Kromfohrlander


AKC Grouping
Foundation Stock Service
Temperment
  • intelligent
  • active
  • sensitive
Demeanor
somewhat reserved

Kromfohrlanders originated in Germany, a country with warm summers and cold winters throughout the inland. The development of the Kromfohrlander began during World War II and was bred into its modern form by Ilse Schleifenbaum, the wife of a Germany attorney. During World War II, American soldiers kept a dog mascot named "Original Peter" to help them get through the war. The troops lost Original Peter as they entered into Germany, but the dog was picked up by Mrs. Schleifenbaum. After Original Peter accidentally mated with a Fox Terrier, Mrs. Schleifenbaum decided to name the breed "Kromfohrlander" and continue their existence. Kromfohrlanders made great companions because they were funny, intelligent and devoted to their owner.


Energy
active
Grooming
brushing 2-3 times a week
Training
willing to follow
Shedding
regularly

The first Kromfohrlanders were likely nourished through a diet of commercial kibble. Today, Kromfohrlanders are known to be active, sensitive, family companions. They are an extremely rare breed with only 54 recorded Kromfohrlanders in North America. The Kromfohrlander can live 17-18 years, though they are known to suffer from autoimmune disorders. Some Kromfohrlanders receive exercise through play, fetch and walks, while others live a more sedentary lifestyle. Dog food has become more sophisticated since the 1950's, with many different options available today. Some modern Kromfohrlander aren't as active as their predecessors, and require less calories to maintain a healthy weight.


It is essential that a Kromfohrlander is offered the proper quantity of food for every single meal. Spot and Tango's dog food for obese Kromfohrlanders helps do just that. The vets and animal nutritional experts at Spot and Tango work together to create the proper balance of nutrients your Kromfohrlander requires so they do not overindulge and end up being obese.


Spot and Tango have made it our mission to provide all dogs, regardless of breed, with the right dog food for them--even the best dog food for an overweight Kromfohrlander like yours. We realize we can’t minimize the effect of a dog’s breed on its health, as each breed has its own needs, as does each individual, so your relationship with Spot and Tango starts with a questionnaire that can help us identify your Kromfohrlander’s needs. We can use that data to provide you and your overweight Kromfohrlander with a suggested diet plan. Spot and Tango dog food is made with canine health in mind, so we stray away from fillers that can complicate the best laid plans of dogs and men with surprise weight gain, among other issues, and we use only whole, fresh ingredients fit for even human consumption. We can satisfy your dog’s desire for protein with 100% real meat, and we use fruits, vegetables, and grains to round out the diet with vitamins and nutrients your Kromfohrlander needs, such as vitamin C to help boost the immune system, fiber to aid in digestion, and more. Medical experts have helped us create our menu of meals to encourage your dog’s health, so you and your canine companion can live the healthiest and happiest life possible together.