The Japanese Spitz is a small, fluffy dog breed that is known for its intelligence, loyalty, and playful personality. They are originally from Japan, and were bred as companion dogs.
Japanese Spitz are white dogs with a thick, double coat. They have a fox-like face, with a black nose and brown eyes.
Japanese Spitz typically stand between 15 and 20 inches tall at the shoulder, and weigh between 15 and 25 pounds.
Japanese Spitz are known for being intelligent, loyal, and playful dogs. They are also relatively easy to train.
The Japanese Spitz is thought to have originated in Japan in the 17th century. They were originally bred as companion dogs for the Japanese royal family.
Japanese Spitz require regular grooming to keep their coat healthy and free of mats. They should also be brushed at least once a week.
Japanese Spitz are generally healthy dogs, but they are prone to some health problems, such as hip dysplasia and patellar luxation.
Japanese Spitz typically live for 12 to 15 years.
Japanese Spitz are active dogs and enjoy playing fetch, going for walks, and running around.
Japanese Spitz can be found at reputable breeders or adoption agencies.