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Japanese SpitzOriginal Name: Nihon Supittsu
With a height that does not exceed 13'' in male dogs, the Japanese Spitz clearly fits into the category of small dogs. It is however, incredibly well proportioned, with a ratio of 10 to 11 between the length of its body and the height at its withers.
The Japanese Spitz is no heavyweight at less than 22 lbs, but it will still make its mark on your home, where it will stand out because of its happy nature and its constant desire to play.
Intelligent and attentive, the Japanese Spitz demonstrates great loyalty to its masters. However, it can be mistrustful of people it is not familiar with. This does not necessarily mean that it will bark, as it is a relatively quiet dog.