It is said that this breed descended from Siberian Samoyeds, but this theory is rather controversial in the dog world.
Regardless, these dogs are medium-sized, solid white, and have long fur that is sometimes compared to non-stick Teflon.
These dogs are highly sought after, and they can be costly when getting one from a reputable breeder.
There are many places to find Japanese Spitz puppies, all you have to do is look!
How Much Does a Japanese Spitz Puppy cost?
There are two main groups of price ranges for a Japanese Spitz puppy.
The first is a limited registered Japanese Spitz. This is a dog that will be sterilized and not able to breed its own puppies.
If you just want a dog to be with and love on, then this is a great route to go. This type will only cost between $800 to $1,300.
A fully registered Japanese Spitz will cost a lot more depending on the breeder, pedigree, and lineage. There is a very wide price point starting at $1,500 and going all the way up to $6,500
Japanese Spitz Breeders
The Japanese Spitz breeders can be hard to find. This breed is quite rare so they cast cost a lot to purchase.
If you are having trouble finding a Japanese Spitz puppy, take a look below at a few of the breeders I have found that sell this type of dog.
Here is a breeder located in Queensland, Australia. She is known for her show dogs and decided that she needed to start breeding.
She strives to find happy, healthy homes for all of her puppies. If you are looking for a champion bloodline dog, she has that too!
She asks a lot of questions about where the dog will be living, your family, and about you before letting anyone purchase a dog.
They have a new litter of Japanese Spitz puppies coming later this year.
To contact them please go to http://www.japspitz.com/
Konalae Japanese Spitz
On the other hand, there are many reputable breeders who have their own websites and can be found by conducting a Google search.
For instance, if you are looking for a Japanese Spitz puppy for sale, you can contact a breeder called ’Konalae.’
They located in the United States in the state of Texas.
They have been breeding these dogs since 2003 and own several imported dogs from Australia and other places.
She treats the dogs as a family and as her children. She gets lots of help raising the puppies from her own children.
She is also a member of the Japanese USA Spitz Club.
You can learn more about their upcoming litters on their website www.konalaejapanesespitz.com.
Mannerking Japanese Spitz
Another Japanese Spitz Breeder is Mannerking Kennels, and they are located in Australia.
She has champion Japanese Spitz dogs that she breeds. Most of the puppies are champions as well.
She is a highly sought after breeder that will give you a quality Japanese Spitz puppy.
All of her puppies come vaccinated, micro-chipped, and they come with a limited registration paper that you will have to get your puppy full registered when home.
Their puppies are placed in only the best homes, so you will be required to answer any questions and be knowledgeable on the breed; you may even have to sign a contract!
Learn more about them at www.mannerkingjapanesespitz.com.
Regardless of where you live, if you look you will find a Japanese Spitz breeder that is either close to you or able to ship puppies.
This is a popular breed that features its own rescue. At the Japanese Spitz Rescue, they want to help every homeless Spitz find a new family.
Although rescued dogs do not come free, they go to their new homes fully vetted and in the best possible health.
Though you will need to make donations of around $200, the Japanese Spitz cost can range up to $1,500 when purchased from a breeder; so, a rescue donation is small in comparison to that!
In the end, when you choose the Japanese Spitz breed, you are choosing a dog that will get many looks in public!
This medium-sized dog is a loyal companion and a great friend for every family!
I was able to find one more rescue center that gets Japanese Spitz from rescues from time to time. There are also some mixes of the dog that need rescues too.
Here is the link to a rescue center https://spitz.rescueme.org/