Spitz Dog Breeds

The Keeshond is a kind, friendly dog with lovely, distinctive "spectacle" face characteristics.

1. Keeshond

They were kept as companions and watchdogs aboard the barges that traveled across the waterways because they were native to Holland. 

One of the most well-known spitz dog breeds is the Siberian husky. You may wonder if you saw a wolf when you see this worker dog rushing through its native freezing tundra because of its striking wolf-like appearance. 

2. Siberian husky

The Siberian husky is a wonderful family dog for people who can keep up with their demanding activity needs because they were developed for both companionship and work.

As the only native dog breed of Iceland, the Icelandic sheepdog is a well-liked favorite. 

3. Icelandic sheepdog

These cheerful, active dogs are on the smaller side, reaching a maximum height of 18 inches. Their ancestors accompanied Norse settlers to Iceland. 

Spitz dog breeds vary in size and wolflike appearance. A toy dog breed, the Pomeranian weighs no more than 7 pounds.

4. Pomeranian

The distinctive pointed ears, long nose, and curled tail still protrude from these small fluff balls, despite their lack of wolf-like size. 

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