This breed is active, alert and lively. They need one or two long walks each day and will be fairly inactive indoors. This breed will not adapt well to a strictly kenneled living situation; they need a balance of outdoor exercise and indoor play time with the family.
Finnish Spitz are considered to interact well with people and they are especially good with children. They are always ready to play with children but if ignored, they will usually walk away. As with all dogs, young children and dogs should always be supervised when together. It is an independent breed and will be attached to its family while remaining aloof with strangers. The Finnish Spitz tends to be protective; males have more domineering traits than females. Most Finnish Spitz get along well with other dogs in the house. They are bred as a hunting dog and thus are unreliable around small animals, but on an individual basis may live well with cats.
When looking for a puppy to purchase it is highly recommended to contact any of the Breed Clubs we have listed for this breed since it is they who should be able to put you in touch with members who have bred litters according to their Club’s Code of Ethics.
BUYER BEWARE; Some breeders listed here may not be members of a Finnish Spitz Breed Club, there may be good reasons for this, but ask the question before you enter into any transaction.
JURBARKAS: KENNEL “SAVA GIRIA”: Redas Jarušaitis & Aiva Pažereckaite; PHONE; +370 640 15777 (LT, EN)+370 633 66 855 (LT, RU)
WILTSHIRE ; Toveri Mr. D, & Mrs. A. Cavill +01933 413 140 email@example.com