10 Famous Spitz Dog Breeds

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The Akita, which has ancient Japanese ancestors, is a powerful and muscular dog known for its fearlessness and loyalty.

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Alaskan Malamute


The Alaskan Malamute is a popular pet for its playfulness, gentleness, and dignity. These adorable dogs love snuggling with their owners after a long day.

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Chow Chow


Chow Chows may have been the first spitz-type dogs. The Chinese Chow Chow is elegant, solemn, and distant, but they make terrific pets.

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Finnish Lapphund


The Finnish Lapphund, a hardy Arctic Circle reindeer herder, is agile and alert. They're peaceful, courageous, and social, making them ideal family pets.

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Icelandic Sheepdog


They're Iceland's sole native dog, yet with their great personalities, they're the perfect ambassador. The Icelandic Sheepdog is a dog lover's dream—charming, joyful, and faithful.

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The Keeshond, a medium-sized spitz with a dense coat and unique "spectacles" across its face, lived on canal barges in Holland.

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The lively Pomeranian is one of the world's most popular dogs. It's a comedian, therefore it'll make you laugh.

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The Samoyed is one of the world's most attractive canines. Sammies are intelligent, hardworking, and mischievous dogs who want attention and affection.

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Shiba Inu


The Akita and Shiba Inu are both Japanese hunting dogs. Due to its confident and friendly demeanor, this energetic breed is a popular pet today. 

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Siberian Husky


Siberian Huskies are gorgeous with their almond-shaped blue or brown eyes. Given their history as long-distance sled dogs, they are graceful, quick-footed, and muscular.



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