Japanese Spitz Breeders
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I have been in the breed for the past 30 years, I breed, show & judge at championship level.
I judged at Crufts 2014.
Mr R Aston & Miss K Bradley
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We are Richard & Kennedy based Shropshire. We have both been involved in dogs for many years, in this time we have bred and shown Japanese Spitz and Bullmastifs and in this time making several Champions and multiple CC and RCC winners. Highlights of this time have been gaining BOB crufts 2013&2014 with Ch Surianne Crystal Charmer (3 CC's & 12 RCC's) and Ch Kumiko Mizuro (Blu also has an impressive show career being Top Dog 2 years running, 20 CC's, A Group 2 placing, World Winner 2015 and has sired Many Winners. Owned by A Bowen & K Bradley ) .... (click to read more)
I have been breeding dogs for nearly 40 years and had my first Japanese in 1985.
I have champions in many countries throughout the world and there is now a huge Houndbrae family of pet and show dog owners alike. The Houndbrae puppies are bred in a family unit and are played with by children from an early age. This is what makes the Houndbrae Japanese Spitz so special.
With careful breeding we endeavour to breed healthy dogs with good a temperament.
Current Health Tests
I live on a dairy farm in Gloucestershire. My first breed was the Akita I had 5 in total over a period of 16 years. Four years ago my husband Mark bought me my first Malamute Tikaani (Icewolf a Touch of Darkness) I was then totally hooked on this breed and imported Nukka (Czech Me Out Shamanrock) at the end of 2011 from the famous Shamanrock Kennels in Prague. I cannot thank Katka Seidlova enough for this wonderful girl. I also have Maisie (Snowshoes One and Only) living with us who belongs to my very good friend Jean Smith. All three dogs are inseperable.
Hakumichi Japanese Spitz
Paula Ws Forster
Argyll & Bute
One of two Kennel Club Accredited Breeders of Japanese Spitz in the West of Scotland. I have owned this breed for over 11 years and have shown for over 10 years. Greatest achievement so far producing 1 UK show Champion from my first litter, 'Hiro' who took Best of Breed at Crufts in 2010 at the age of two. He is also currently the only Japanese Spitz UK Champion living in Scotland. I breed infrequently and I do so for quality and healthy puppies, most of the time only to extend my own line. It is so important to maintain the breed standards for this breed of dogs. 3 generations so far of .... (click to read more)
Ms Samantha Aston
Current Health Tests
*********AFTER just a mere 12 MONTHS back in the show ring (after a 4 year break) the NEWSTART AFFIX makes up its FIRST HOMEBRED CHAMPION!!!!!********
I have always had a great love of animals especially dogs, so in 2003 i persuaded my ex husband into getting our very first pet and show dog, Zena, the Bullmastiff :) . In 2004 we applied for our affix (show name) ASTONPRIDE, which was granted, and by 2008 we were up to 13 dogs, and had good success owing both a Champion, CC & RCC Winners and JW winner. In 2008 our marriage broke down, and the dogs had to be split :( the end of an era .... (click to read more)
James & Imelda Wade
Here at Saoirian we place a huge emphasis on the health & temperament of both our Japanese Spitz & our Phalenes we hope this shows in the quality of the wonderful dogs that we breed & exhibit.
Mrs A Bowen & Miss K Bradley
We are a small kennel with me and my daughter Kennedy aiming to breed , healthy , happy and typical Japanese Spitz.
Shammerdoo Ms.L Gallagher Kilkelly Co.Mayo
Crystalclear Margaret Corr Waterford City Co Waterford
Noblewhite Kirsi VäHäTalo Pori .
Tinto´S Kennel Maria Edwardsson BorläNge Dalarna
Melinas Nadia Woodhouse Locking North Somerset
Taoist Jean Moody Burnham Bucks
Hysuzi Akitas & Japanese Spitz Mr & Mrs R Henney Thirsk North Yorkshire
Lyndi Lynn Kilby Thurles Tipperary
Ever Smiling AgnèS Bonnet St Ybars Midi Pyrenees
Cheechako Tracey Pittock Christchurch Cambs
Ferrybelle Sue and Jenna Ferry Northfleet Kent
Manolytta Tricia Snaith Hamsterley Co Durham