While the Japanese Spitz is new to the dog kingdom, its ancestry dates back to thousands of years ago. Although it isn’t clear of this breed’s “true DNA,” there have been some who can reduce the possible progenitors to a few types.
Outside of Japan, the breed has just began to scratch the surface. Although they haven’t yet seen recognition by America’s biggest kennel club — a simple internet search will remind dog lovers all over just how popular the Japanese Spitz is.
Fluffy and kind, this breed’s purpose was always to steal the affection of its owner. Their popularity will continue to rise as more and more people find out about them.
So what is it that people love about this breed?
Here is what you need to know about the Japanese Spitz.