Now taking deposits for puppies due end of 2023 and throughout 2024
Australian Ethical Japanese Spitz Breeder
Belzbentley Japanese Spitz
First introduced to Australia in 1979, the Japanese Spitz is an increasingly popular breed known for its white, fluffy appearance and loyal, affectionate, adaptable temperament.
Located in Victoria, we are a family-run kennel committed to breeding high quality and healthy Japanese Spitz puppies that become great companions for owners around Australia and Internationally. Our puppies are raised in our home, given plenty of exercise and socialisation, and fed high quality Purina Pro Plan food. We encourage all prospecting owners to come and see how the puppies are treated and raised.
As an avid exhibitor of the breed and reputable ethical breeder, we are proud to maintain a perfect pedigree of healthy, well-tempered Spitz dogs. We've had over 30 home bred Supreme, Grand and Champions over the years and our Japanese Spitz puppies are a perfect example of the breed at its best.
No 1 Breeder Japanese Spitz in Australia 2022
Youngest Grand Champion in Breed History
3 x International Champions
7 Time Speciality Winner
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Bringing home a new puppy is a big commitment but we will help you prepare for your new furry family member's arrival. We'll provide a take-home pack with food, toys, bedding and more so you have everything you need to get started. Plus, call Rebecca on 0433 921 290 if you ever have any questions. We recommend you come and meet your puppy before taking it home.
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Note: Please be wary of puppy farms when looking for a new puppy. Buying a puppy from a reputable breeder ensures you know the parentage, health and upbringing of your puppy. We encourage all prospecting owners to come and visit our home in Plenty, Victoria so you can see the environment the puppies are raised in, meet the parents (if present) and get a chance to ask as many questions as you like about their upbringing, welfare, health, etc. Call Rebecca on 0433 921 290 to organise a visit.