The Finnish Spitz is the national dog of Finland, where it originated. In Finland it is called Suomenpystrykova which means Finnish Cock-Eared Dog. This breed is a barking pointer, this means as a hunting dog they bark when prey is found and point to its location when the hunter is near. They have been used to hunt birds, small animals and ever bear. The Finnish Spitz has a lush red double coat which does shed and will require brushing, but they are a very clean dog overall. They have what has been called a fox-like face and ears and their tail is fluffy and held over their backs. The AKC recognized the breed in the Non-Sporting Group in 1991. Being drawn to children, this breed makes an excellent addition to growing families.
Conversation Concepts has created another unique gift item that’s sure to be a hit! We designed a suit case, posed in an open position, with clothes and a sock hanging out the edges to use with our Tiny Ones figurines! Perfect for the traveling business man, or hotel guest, or the owner of a pet that couldn’t come along! This tiny brown suit case has a handle molded on it and the entire item measures 3” X 2” wide, and stand 2” tall. Made of stone resin, and carefully hand painted, this ornament comes with a gold tone cord so it can be hung, or it can be displayed on a shelf! These are individually blister packaged and ready to give as a gift, or hang in your store. Available with all our Tiny Ones figurines; dogs, cats, and animals!