Spitz

Spitz-type dogs (the correct German plural is Spitze, though spitzen is commonly used in the English) are a type of dog, characterized by long, thick, and often white fur, and pointed ears and muzzles. The tail is usually curled over the dog's back.

Read more about Spitz:  Origins, Migrations, Working Dogs, Adaptation To The Arctic, Companions and Toys, Dog Breeds

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Spitz, Austria - External Links
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Sophie Spitz
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Sophie Spitz - Life and Career
... Spitz was born in Nashville, Tennessee ... Her uncle, Herman Spitz, was a pathologist and inspired her to pursue a career in medicine ... Spitz met and married her husband, Arthur Allen, also a pathologist, in 1942 ...
Spitzen - Working Dogs
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Spitz Nevus
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