Dog Breed of the Day: Japanese Spitz

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From Dog Breed InfoThe Japanese Spitz is a high-spirited, intelligent and playful dog, which is alert and obedient. This bold little dog is a good watchdog and will alert its owners when it feels it is necessary. The Japanese Spitz is not difficult to train as long as the owner is always consistent. This breed learns quickly and really enjoys agility and playing games of catch with balls or Frisbees. This happy dog is usually good with children and usually gets along well with other dogs and household pets.

We have yet to meet an owner of a Japanese Spitz here on Puppytoob but if you happen to own one we’d love for you to share any pictures or stories you might have.   Also be sure to send in some videos so we can post them here to the website.  In the meantime please enjoy this gallery of Japanese Spitz dogs and puppies.  Be sure to click “next” beneath each picture to view them all!

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