Japanese Spitz

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The direct origin of the breed is not known, but facts suit that the Japanese Spitz is most likely to be a smaller version of the Samoyed. The small yet intelligent breed weighs 11 to 20 pounds and stands 12 to 15 inches tall. The Japanese Spitz readily enjoys their families, including children and other animals, and adapts well to most lifestyles when properly exercised.


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