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Japanese Spitz Temperament and Lifespan

It is smiling, funny, white and fluffy as a Christmas snow. Who is this? That's right - a Japanese Spitz. Everybody who keep this breed speak about it only enthusiastically. This "strong, mobile, intelligent dog with a cheerful and courageous character", and "surprisingly faithful dog without bad habits," with "sparkling, fluffy fur, which allegedly radiates happiness." In general, all of the Japanese Spitz are "typically irresistible" and usually you can hear saying : "better than Spitz there can be only two, three, four ... Spitz".

Japanese Spitz dog is close to the average German Spitz (it is the closest relative), but which has in its rather "dark past" some other related species, so there is information about the cast-Shiba Inu (highly debatable). The breed is relatively young (in the sense of not so long ago recognized), the first mention of it outside Japan took place in 1936. Spitz is very popular in the Scandinavian countries, England, has a large population in Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic and other European countries.

The lifespan of the dog's breed is about 10-13 years.

How Much Does a Japanese Spitz Cost and Price Range

As for the price it varies depending on the location of the breeder and the quality of the dog. Buy the pet class puppy for your family if you don't need to take part in the dog's exhibitions. It is worth paying more - about $1500 for the show quality dog, if only you are going to participate in the dog shows.

Japanese Spitz Colors, Shedding, Full Size and Average Weight

Height of Spitz is about 30-40,5 cm. Weight of adult dogs is between 5 and 8 kg. Visually, the dog looks much bigger because of the fluffy snow-white long hair.

Japanese Spitz Breed Characteristics, Information and Facts

Japanese Spitz dogs are surprisingly smart and loyal, without bad habits, live in harmony in any family, and love everyone without exception. They are great choice of a pet both for children and for elderly people. They bark not much and give voice only when necessary. They are good guardian dogs which are distrustful of strangers.

Japanese Spitz can adapt to any conditions of living. However, it cannot be left alone. These dogs cannot be alone, they always want to be together with their family. So, of course, Spitz must live in the house and not in the yard in the aviary.