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We are currently expecting our next litter to be born in August of this year, 2023.  We let our puppies go at approximately 8 weeks old (which would be around October of this year) - at which point they have been weaned, have had their first set of shots and a vet exam, and have been wormed.  Currently, our pet puppies for this upcoming litter for New Zealand homes are priced at $3,500, although prices can change depending on current market conditions.


Our puppies that are picked up in person come with a substantial puppy pack with food, toys, bedding, grooming products and other necessities.  We also offer ongoing support to all new owners, just to make sure our puppies get off to the right start in life.


After the puppies are born, we require a $700 non-refundable deposit to hold a puppy.  After receipt of a deposit, we will send a receipt/contract for the buyer to sign, spelling out the terms of the puppy sale.  And if you end up adopting one of our puppies, we will be sending you a lot of information to help you prepare for your new addition – on issues like toilet training, feeding and care, crate-training, etc.  


We don’t allow the public to see the puppies until they have had their first set of shots (around 7 weeks). Therefore, I like to send weekly updates, photos and videos, so that you can see the puppies as they grow and mature.  And starting when the puppies are about 4 weeks old, we can also do a Facetime or Messenger video call for you to see the puppies in action.


Please let us know if you would like to be placed on our waiting list for our August litter by enquiring by completing one of our enquiry forms here:.  




If you are looking to adopt a puppy sooner than this October, please email us to find out if we know of any other breeders that may have puppies available.


The Japanese Spitz is a very social dog, and they love to be out and about.  Everything is a fun and exciting adventure to this breed, from getting a coffee at Starbucks to going to the dog park, or something as simple as a walk to the front door to get the mail.  These dogs can be very friendly and outgoing, but if not socialized or socialized incorrectly, they can be shy and timid. To avoid this, Japanese Spitz puppies should be introduced to many new people, places and things when they are young.  For this reason, we start handling and socializing our puppies very early - right from their birth until they are ready to go to their Forever Homes.



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Do you live outside the Auckland Region and need a Pet Transporter to pick up your puppy and get it to your location?  We can help:

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"Mary made the process really easy for getting our first dog and was happy to answer any questions we had. She provide helpful information about crate training and playpens so we were well set up when we picked up our puppy; he was even partially toilet trained! He's become part of the family and we're really grateful to have him.

Hilary K. - Auckland

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"ToaToa White Lightning (Bolt) was bred by Mary Stuart. He has great bone, a magnificent coat and the sweetest nature and has passed these attributes onto the two litters of pups that he has sired for me so far. Updates from the new owners show how happy they are with their puppies' growth, temperament and appearance.

Vicki B., present owner - Auckland

  • 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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