||The Japanese Spitz is a small version of the Samoyed and is often confused with the American Eskimo. They make good family pets.
||The coat is long and thick
||The Japanese Spitz is intelligent, alert and playful.
||The Japanese Spitz gets along well with children and other pets.
||The coat needs to be brushed daily, particularly in the shedding season. Bathing is needed infrequently.
||The Japanese Spitz learns quickly with consistent training.
||This breed needs regular walks and time to play in a fenced yard.
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