Dog Breed Profile

Frengle History

The Frengle is a medium-sized, muscular, low to the ground, hairless, and extremely strong breed of domesticated canine. The fur, skin, and ears of a Frengle are white. The nose and lips are black. The Frengle is a fierce animal, and is very aggressive, but can be very loving to its master. A caretaker must teach and train this dog from a young age. The Frengle will often attack other animals and people without provocation, and is prone to frothing at the mouth while attacking. The owner of the Frengle should train the dog early with treats and praise, and should remember to keep the dog on a leash at all times, or in an enclosed area. The origin of the name “Frengel” is unknown. The English translation is “a creation”. The origin of the name “Frengel” is unknown. The translation is “a creation”. The unknown creator of the frengels used a dog from 10 different breeds, including the dogo argentino, husky, malamute, shar pei, great dane, german shepherd, and alaskan malamute, to create the frengels. These 10 dogs were crossed with a dachshund.

Time of Origin


Country of Origin

United States Of America

Frengle Physical Characteristics

The Frengle is a medium, sturdy, and muscular athletic breed of dogs, with a relatively short muzzle. They are 28-34cm (11-13in) at the withers and weigh 10-13kg (22-29lb). The tail is shorter than the height at the withers. The fur is short, thick, and rough, with longer hair on the neck. They have brown eyes. The ears are medium sized and hanging. The head is wedge-shaped. The body is compact and muscular.

Eye Colors


Nose Colors


Coat Colors

Black, Brindle, Brown, Cream, White

Height Range

Male Height Range: 8 – 15 inches

Female Height Range: 8 – 12 inches

Weight Range

Male Weight Range: 15 – 28 lbs

Female Weight Range: 13 – 16 lbs

Frengle Health

Description of breed health.


12-15 yrs

Frengle Health Concerns

Hip Dysplasia, Epilepsy, Invertebral Disc Disease, Hydrothyroidism, Patellar Luxation, Brachycephalic Syndrome

Frengle Temperament and Behaviour

The Frengle is an alert, agile, and independent breed of dog. They are well known for their intelligence and their ability to learn quickly. They are easy to train and make great working and service dogs. Due to their independent nature and intelligence, they are sometimes said to be difficult to train.

Frengle Activity Requirements

Scarfies are a relatively new breed of dog, having been developed in the 1980s in the United States. They are known for being intelligent, loyal, and alert. The Frengle is a small, sturdy little dog that is perfect for apartment living. While they are not considered to be highly active, they do require regular walks and some opportunities to stretch their legs. A 30 minute walk or 10 minute play session is usually enough to keep a Frengle happy. They enjoy spending time with their owners, but they can also be left alone for short periods of time. If you are considering a Frengle, be sure to think about their activity level. While they are not the most active of breeds, they do still need to get outside and stretch their legs on a regular basis.

Miles Per Day

9 miles

Activity Per Day

120 minutes

Daily Food

1 cups

Kennel Club Recognition

American Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Frengle is part of the Unclassified group.

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The Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Frengle is part of the Unclassified group.

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Australian National Kennel Council

Not Recognized

Frengle is part of the Unclassified group.

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Canadian Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Frengle is part of the Unclassified group.

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