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Puppy Information

Reference: JPS1795

Microchip: 956000010871795
  • Breed: Japanese Spitz
  • Gender: Male
  • DOB: 24.11.2019
  • Mother: Eva - Japanese Spitz
  • Father: Hiro - Japanese Spitz
  • Price: $2,500.00
  • Ready: 21.12.2019
  • Generation 1st (F1)
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PER: BR101360
DAB: WSC21/2015
Wellington Shire Council

 

  • Microchipped
  • Vet Checked
  • Vaccinated with C7
  • Deflead/Dewormed
  • DNA Tested Parents
  • 2 Months Free Pet Insurance
  • Three Year Health Warranty

Breed Details

 

Growth Size

Japanese Spitz grow to a height of 30 – 38cm, and a weight of 5 – 10kg.

 

Lifespan

14 – 17 years.

 

Temperament

Japanese Spitz are family dogs and they thrive on human companionship. They are an intelligent and playful breed that are always eager to please. Japanese Spitz are characterised by their great courage, intelligence and liveliness.

 

Training Difficulty

Building a bond with your Japanese Spitz is the first and the most crucial step involved in training the breed successfully. Once you’re successful in building a bond with your Japanese Spitz, you can rest assured that training and teaching them new and clever tricks will be a cakewalk.

 

Recommended Owners

The Japanese Spitz is a family dog seeming to thrive on the different attention and affection from each family member. A young puppy (3 to 12 months) could be a “handful” for children under five years of age without adult supervision. Having said that, they also make an excellent and loving companion for a single person in a flat.

 

Origin

It is thought that the Japanese Spitz originated from the “Peat Dog” that spread from the Swiss Lakes and from Finland about 6000 years ago, before finally reaching Japan and China by 400 A.D.

 

Diet

For adult Japanese Spitz, feed about a cup of dry food a day, split between two meals.

Please note! The dietary guidelines specified above are only a guide and feeding may vary based on your pet’s size, activity level, and metabolism.

 

Grooming

The Japanese Spitz only requires grooming about once a week when they are adults, however when they are shedding coat you will have to brush them daily for the week they are dropping coat. As a puppy it is advisable to groom them daily to help them get used to it.

 

Comments

The longhaired coat of the Japanese Spitz has a thick under-layer that is always pure white. The tail is covered with long hair and is carried curled over the back. The coat is short on the bottom half of the legs, with breeches on the hind legs and feathering on the forelegs. The ears are small and pointed upright, and the muzzle tapers slightly. The large oval eyes are dark and slightly slanted, and the nose and lips are black. The face of the Japanese Spitz is wedge-shaped. There is dense feathering on the feet.

Breed Details

 

Growth Size

Cavoodles grow to a height of 30 – 35cm, and a weight of 5 – 12kg.

 

Lifespan

10 – 14 years.

 

Temperament

The Cavoodle temperament combines the best traits from the Cavalier and the Poodle to create a smart, affectionate, playful and eager to please. They thrive on the company of their family and other household pets.

 

Training Difficulty

Cavoodles are highly trainable, obedient and are very easy to teach.

 

Recommended Owners

Cavoodles are friendly towards children and are highly regarded as family pets. Their low shedding coat also makes them idea for people with allergies to dog hair.

 

Origin

The Cavoodle is cross between a Poodle and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The Cavoodle became especially popular through crossbreeding programs in Australia in the late 1990s.

 

Diet

For adult Cavoodles, feed about a cup of dry food a day, split between two meals.

Please note! The dietary guidelines specified above are only a guide and feeding may vary based on your pet’s size, activity level, and metabolism.

 

Grooming

If an owner prefers a longer coat, then a weekly brushing may be required to keep the coat healthy and shiny. Without regular brushing, their hair can get knotted.

 

Comments

Cavoodles have soft, Poodle-like coats which tend to shed a small amount since Poodles do not shed but Cavaliers do. Cavoodle puppies come in a variety of colours, including black, white, chestnut/white, black/white/tan, gold, red, ruby and apricot. No Cavoodle puppy looks the same.

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