Spitz Dogs can make good pets in Vermont if they match your IifestyIe. The Spitz was one of the first types of dogs to be domesticated. Spitzes closely resemble wolves. Spitz-type dogs are often used for guarding, sledding, hunting, and family companions. Most Spitzes make wonderful pets and do well with children. Spitzes include breeds such as the German Spitz, Keeshond, Akita, American Eskimo Dog, Alaskan Malamute, and Siberian Husky. Many Spitzes prefer cooler climates, like to have a job to do, and are best suited for homes with large yards.
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| Spitzes are among the most ancient dog breeds. Spitzes are descended from Arctic ancestors. Some of the oldest archaeological Spitz remains have been found in Switzerland. Spitzes usually have curled tails.
Vermont Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)
Bennington County - Shaftsbury 05262
Second Chance Animal Center 802-375-2898
Windham County - Brattleboro, Vermont 05302
Windham County Humane Society 802-254-2232
Chittenden County - Colchester, Vermont 05446
Cat Spay and Neuter Clinic 802-878-2230
LaMoille County - Morrisville, VT 05661
North Country Animal League 802-888-4303
Rutland County - Pittsford 05763
Rutland County Humane Society 802-483-6700
Caledonia County - St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Elizabeth H. Brown Humane Society 802-748-4281
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