The Finnish Spitz is considered to be a rare breed outside of its country of origin. There is only a handful of breeders in North America and few litters are born each year.
Inugami’s Waiting List ensures that you will received more information regarding our next litter when the time comes. We will contact you when the mother to be will be readuy to breed and to let you know which male we are planning to use. We will also contact you, when the breeding would have occure to let you know the estimate birth date of the puppies. We also do an X-ray 53/56 days post breeding and we will be able to let you know how many puppies we should get from this litter. After the puppies are born, we’ll reach out to you in order to confirm your interest in one of the newborn. If you wish to get more news, please follow us on Facebook or Instagram.
The Waiting List doesn’t assure completely that you will be able to adopt one of our puppies. When the puppies are born, we ask people registered on the list to confirm their interest by giving a deposit for their futur dog. (First -come, first-served).
In order to register to our waiting list, you will be asked few questions. This helps us to know you a little better and advise you on some important points regarding the breed, when needed. Once we get your application we will review it and get back to you with any additional questions we may have for you and answers to any questions you have. We try to get back to you within 1 week, but please be patient, we may be at dog shows or other events which prevent us from getting back to you as quickly as we would like.
Considering that Finnish Spitzes litters are considered small (3 to 5 puppies), being placed on our wait list does NOT guarantee that you will get an Finnish Spitz from us. So please stay patient until the mother to be is finally pregnant and/or the puppies are finally born. Also don’t worry to much about the number of inquiries we got before yours, most of those families won’t be as patient as you…