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           TOATOA QUEEN OF HEARTS "QUEENIE"                        One Year Old Female Available

We have kept Queenie to show and breed. Unfortunately, we have now realised that she is really too small to breed and won’t be growing any larger. We are sad to give her up as she is one of our favorites and has already won 5 of the 8 Challenges required to be a Champion. Queenie is 5 ½ kg and has a very friendly and endearing little personality. She is vaccinated, wormed, house-trained, lead trained and has good recall. She comes with full pedigree papers from the NZ Kennel Club. She has not been neutered yet and will need to be neutered in the next few months.

Queenie is $2,000 to a qualified pet home. Please contact Mary Stuart at 021 0200 4004 or at for more details regarding adopting Queenie.

  • There are many advantages to adopting a mature dog - toilet training is already done, all the puppy vaccinations have been completed, no more teething issues and the urge to chew up your slippers has subsided.  I could go on.

  • From time to time, we have older puppies or mature dogs  available for rehoming.  Watch this page for updates or enquire below to let us know of your interest in adopting a mature dog.

Find out more about adopting an older dog here:   

  • What is the personality of the Japanese Spitz?
    They are generally loyal, friendly, and playful. They are active, but not hyper. Although they may be reserved with strangers, they should be friendly and not shy.
  • How often do you have to groom them and what is involved?
    Japanese Spitz normally have very low maintenance coats - a weekly brushing is usually all that is involved. Bathing is not necessary, as the dog's coat naturally sheds dirt and mud. Unneutered females will shed their undercoat twice a year, extra brushing is all that's required. Neutered females and males shed their undercoat less often.
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