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Kromfohrlander

Kromfohrlander.
Kromfohrlander.

The Kromfohrländer (/ˈkrmfərlændər/ krohm-fər-land-ər) is a breed of dog that originated in Germany. It is used as a companion dog.

The Kromfohrlander originated in Germany in the 1940s. It is the only dog breed descended from a military mascot dog. ‘Original Peter’ was found in France by American soldiers during World War 2. Peter came to Germany with his troop and was lost. He was discovered by Ilsa Schleifenbaum, who developed the breed using various dogs (most likely terrier and griffon type breeds) for 10 years.
The Kromfohrländer was first recognized by FCI for showing in 1955.
The Kromfohrlander came to Scandinavia starting in the early 1970’s, assisted by Ilsa Schleifenbaum.
The smooth Kromfohrlander was introduced to America in 1997 by Eugene Cummings.
The wirehaired Kromfohrlander was introduced to America in 2000 by Simon Horobin.
The first breeding of smooth coated Kromfohrlanders in America was in 2004 by Eugene Cummings.
The Kromfohrländer was admitted to American Kennel Club’s Foundation Stock Service in 2012.
The first Kromfohrlanders were exhibited in America in 2013 at a United Kennel Club dog show in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The first Kromfohrlanders to compete in American Kennel Club’s Open Show category was in December, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.
The first breeding of wirehaired Kromfohrlanders in America was in 2016 by Mary Dixon. (Wikipedia)

A list of all the dog breeds recognized by the American Kennel Club:

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