The solid white Japanese Spitz is a popular house pet and companion dog. The breed was created in Japan during the 1920s and the 1930s. 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. There are many places to find Japanese Spitz puppies, all you have to do is look!
The charming Japanese Spitz has an endearing appearance that makes its antics even more adorable. The breed possesses a luxuriously long haired coat with a thick under layer. The coloration is always pure white with a tail that is carried curled and over the back. Japanese Spitz have legs that are shorter on the bottom. Its ears are upright and small with a tapered muzzle. The eyes are slightly slanted and feature a large oval shape. This breed’s nose and lips are always black.