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The German Spitz is directly descended from the profusely coated Nordic herding dogs, such as the Samoyed and the Lapphund. It was said to have arrived in Europe with Viking plunderers. German literature refers to the Spitz as early as 1450.


21 Topaas Ave, Jukskei Park, Randburg, 2194

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1204 Opera Road, Radiokop, Roodepoort 1724

Whether it is your dog, cat, bird, rabbit or most other exotic pets, we will treat it as "one of your children".

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No one knows for sure of the origins of the Japanese Spitz, but some claim it is descended from the native Siberian Samoyed. This theory is controv...

Sep 10, 2019
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The German Spitz is directly descended from the profusely coated Nordic herding dogs, such as the Samoyed and the Lapphund. It was said to have arrived in Europe with Viking plunderers. German literature refers to the Spitz as early as 1450.


4 Sandown Rd, West Beach, Cape Town

We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and client communication. Hakuna Matata Veterinary Clinic was a finalist at the Cape Talk Radio 2013 Small Business Awards.

Visit Website Tel: 021 554 2115, Vet Clinics Western Cape
1204 Opera Road, Radiokop, Roodepoort 1724

Whether it is your dog, cat, bird, rabbit or most other exotic pets, we will treat it as "one of your children".

Visit Website Tel: 011 475 8680, Vet Clinics Radiokop, Roodepoort
21 Topaas Ave, Jukskei Park, Randburg, 2194

Jukskei Park Veterinary Clinic Care for your loved pet. Services include microchipping, vaccinations and more.

Tel: 011 462 2511, Vet Clinics Jukskei Park
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