Have you been searching for a German Spitz dog or puppy for adoption near you? Need to find a good home for your German Spitz? Pet Adoptions Network showcases German Spitz dogs and puppies being rehomed by owner, so that responsible dog lovers can offer them a good home.
Our focus is on helping family companions find wonderful new homes safely and with the utmost care to ensure that each pet finds the right home – their forever home where all of the dog’s wants and needs are met, and so that the owner, who is usually distressed by the need to give up a cherished companion, will have peace of mind that their dog has been placed in the perfect situation.
When Rehoming Your German Spitz Dog or Puppy – Safety Matters!
In this day and age, you can’t be too careful when it comes to posting your contact information online. Pet Adoptions Network addresses this concern by keeping your information safe and secure. Your contact details will not be shown on your dog’s adoption advertising – all queries and adoption offers will come directly to our rehoming team so that we can carefully screen applications and shield our clients from having to deal with so many texts, phone calls and emails.
We place highly effective ads and social media posts online for your dog, and then, once we have some suitable applicants, we will present you with their pre-screened applications. The only time anyone will have your information is when you call an applicant to discuss adopting your pet.
To learn more about our unique approach to pet rehoming and adoptions, please view our FAQ and OUR PROCESS pages from the blue menu above. We look forward to finding a great new home for your German Spitz dog or puppy.
Need To Find a Good Home For Your German Spitz?
If you are in the distressing situation of having to rehome your adorable little German Spitz, we offer the most stress-free, sensible, safe and comforting process for finding your dog the right new home – his “forever home” with people who can provide everything you need and want for your beloved dog.
Talk to one of our compassionate and knowledgeable dog rehoming coordinators today.
We will set up a mutually convenient time for a courtesy telephone call to answer all your questions, provide you with some much-needed empathy, provide some good advice, and give you hope and peace-of-mind about your dog’s future welfare and well-being. We are here for you.
German Spitz Dogs and Puppies For Adoption Near You
Have you been looking for German Spitz Dogs for adoption near you? Pet Rehoming Network’s German Spitz Dog Adoption list helps unite dog owners who can no longer care for their companions with dog lovers looking to add a wonderful pre-loved German Spitz dog to their lives.
Find dogs and puppies for adoption by owner throughout the USA and Canada on Pet Rehoming Network. Adopt a preloved German Spitz dog or puppy today!
Looking for a bonded pair of small dogs for adoption in Philadelphia? ( a Chihuahua mix and a German Spitz mix (very similar to a Pomeranian – only bigger). Butters and George are amazing 20 pound bonded buddies looking for a loving new home where they will be spoiled rotten and dearly loved for the remaining years of their lives. Both dogs are healthy, fixed, fully vaccinated, house-trained and well-behaved. They are good with teens and adults, but are very fearful of small children.
Didn’t Find the Dog of Your Dreams?
Is a German Spitz the Right Dog For You?
The German Spitz is a breed of spitz-type dogs from Germany. Considered a single breed, it comes in five distinct varieties based on size and colour: the Wolfsspitz or Keeshond, the Giant Spitz or Großspitz, the Medium Spitz or Mittelspitz, the Miniature Spitz or Kleinspitz and the Pomeranian or Zwergspitz. Wikipedia
Life span: 13 – 15 years
Height: German Spitz Mittel: 30 – 38 cm, Keeshond: 43 – 46 cm
Temperament: Robust, Attentive, Devoted, Lively, Trainable