American Eskimo is the member of the Spitz family which is affectionate and loving dog. They are easy to train and highly intelligent, alert and friendly. He is an excellent watchdog.
Japanese Spitz is a small pet dog which is intelligent, affectionate, playful, loyal and courageous. They learn quickly and remember the commands.
|Basis||American Eskimo||Japanese Spitz|
|Definition||A breed of dog of the spitz type, distinguished by a dense coat of long white hair, pointed ears, and thick curled tail; a dog of this breed. (www.oxforddictionaries.com)||A small (13 lb), lively dog with a pointed muzzle, triangular-shaped, erect ears and a pure white coat, particularly thick on the neck, shoulders and tail.
|History||In Northern Europe, smaller Spitz was eventually developed into the various German Spitz breeds. European immigrants brought their Spitz pets with them to the United States, especially New York, in the early 1900s, “all of them descended from the larger German Spitz, the Keeshond, the white Pomeranian, and the Italian Spitz, the Volpino Italiano.”||Dog breeders in Japan in the 1920s and 1930s created the Japanese Spitz by crossbreeding a number of other Spitz breeds to develop the Japanese Spitz.|
|Word origin||The word American Eskimo was originated in 1930s; earliest use found in Charleston (West Virginia) Gazette.||The word Japanese Spitz was originated in between 1835-45; < German spitz pointed.|
|Belongs||American Eskimos from Germany.||Japanese Spitz from Japan.|
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