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Finnish Spitz



₹18,000 to ₹22,000


Finnish Spitz


15.5-20.0 inches


09-15 Kilograms


Gold, Red, Red Gold


12-15 Years


3-6 Puppies (approx.)



Finnish Spitz are fairly active, energetic and happy canines that hail from Finland. These dogs are mostly present in a shiny red color coat and they are fairly famous all over the world for mainly two reasons: their fox-like appearance and their high barking potential. These dogs are very talkative in nature and they love to vocalize in front of their loved ones, family members, other dogs et cetera.

In India, the availability of these dogs is fairly mediocre and so is their demand. But anyone who opts for these pooches will not get disappointed as they are great house pets and family dogs. These canines are great with kids, they are fairly adaptable in nature and they are not immensely pricey to bring home or maintain.

Given below is the average price list of the Finnish Spitz puppies which are available in India in various variations.

  • Finnish Spitz Puppy price (Basic): ₹18,000 to ₹22,000
  • Finnish Spitz Puppy price (KCI registered): ₹22,000 to ₹30,000
  • Finnish Spitz Puppy price (Show Quality): ₹30,000 to ₹60,000

Now if you are looking to get this dog and you are looking for it at a breeder’s place, then it is very important that you look for it at a trusted and reputable breeder only. A good breeder will not only provide a fit and healthy pooch to you whose healthiness and genuineness would already be certified by various kennel clubs, but he can also guide you and give you valuable details about the canine you are interested in. Also, the chances of your soon-to-be pet suffering from a pre-existing disease are tremendously less if you get it from a responsible breeder. Thus, rather than finding your desired canine at any random breeder’s place, you should only search for it and get it from a trusted and reputable source.

Finnish Spitz for Adoption

Now, adoption can be a really good option for those people who do want to become a dog parent but they don't want to bring home their pooch from a breeder's place. We at Tailsbuddy strongly encourage adoption of dogs over getting them from any random breeder as there are thousands of canines that are waiting for their new homes at various adoption centers all around the country. Breeds like Finnish Spitz and several other similar breeds can all be found at these adoption homes and they are ready to fill your life with utmost joy, fun and happiness. If you are looking to adopt a dog and you are having any kind of trouble with it, then we are here to help you out. You can contact or WhatsApp us on +91 9555566321 and we'll connect you to the best adoption centers as soon as possible.

And, if you need any further help while raising the pooch once you adopt it, we’ll be happy to do that as well. We'll guide you at every stage of your pet-parenting journey so that your four-legged friend remains happy and healthy all the time. Just message us on WhatsApp saying “Hi, I want to become a Pet Parent” on +91 9555566321 and we’ll help you out as soon as possible.

Factors Affecting the Finnish Spitz dog Price in India

Now there are various factors that can affect the original Finnish Spitz price in India. These factors are as follows:


There are three different price categories for a Finnish Spitz dog (in India): Basic, KCI Registered and Show Quality.

  • Basic category includes all those dogs and puppies that are not registered to any kennel club including KCI. A basic Finnish Spitz puppy can cost anywhere around ₹18,000.
  • KCI is short for Kennel Club of India and if a dog belongs to KCI Registered category, then it means you will get a canine whose quality is up to the mark. You will also be able to participate in KCI dog shows if your canine is registered and also you will get a KCI registration certificate.
  • A Show Quality dog means that the canine is closest to the ideal as mentioned in the Breed Standards. If you are not planning to participate in dog shows with your pooch, then it does not matter all that much whether you buy a Show Quality dog or a normal Pet Quality one.

Physical Attributes and Characteristics

Generally, physical characteristics like color of the coat, length of hair et cetera all can easily influence the overall price of a dog. In case of Finnish Spitz, the color of their coat can affect their overall price, but they are mostly found in only two major colors, Red and Gold (they can also be found in a mixed colored coat which is known Red Gold). A breeder may charge differently for a Red coated Finnish Spitz as compared to Golden Finnish Spitz. But this factor is not known to affect the overall Finnish Spitz dog price to a great extent as these canines are not found in a wide range of colors.

Age & Gender

Usually, it is seen that male dogs are sold at a little higher price as compared to female canines. Also, young pooches and pups cost way more if we compare their price to older or fully grown dogs. Hence, both Gender and Age do affect the overall price of a dog in a region.

Pure or Mix Breed

The cost of a purebred Finnish Spitz is higher than the mixed-breed as there are lesser chances for a purebred puppy to develop hereditary health problems as compared to the one that is mixed-breed.

Availability and Location

If a canine has great availability in a region, then its price is also known to a bit lower in that region as compared to those regions where its availability is not that great. As Finnish Spitz has a mediocre availability in India, its price should be fairly lower in those states and cities where it is not that hard to find as compared to those areas where it not very easily available.

Also, if you are buying a dog from a breeder that is situated at a far-away location, then the price of that dog should be a bit higher when compared to a canine (same breed) who is bought from a nearby place. Extra charges such as shipping cost and traveling expenses also get added to the original price of the dog if it is bought from a faraway breeder.

Reputed Breeder

Popular breeders that are famous in a particular area are also known to sell dogs at a bit of a premium as compared to those breeders who are not as reputed as them. This again affects the overall price of a canine.

Miscellaneous Factors

  • Champion Bloodline: If a dog belongs to a champion bloodline, meaning any of its predecessors (forefathers) were given the title of Champion in an official dog event, then its price can also go fairly high.
  • Microchip: The price of a dog can also increase if it has been microchipped by the KCI. The extremely small pet microchip helps in providing a permanent ID for your pet.

Read some information regarding Finnish Spitz and see if it’s a right fit for you or not-

The Finnish Spitz dogs are quite active and athletic canines. They were bred to assist the hunters and they used to track and chase after small games. They were given the name Barking Bird Dogs because of their tendency to bark which was pretty high. The section below will help you in deciding whether this breed is right for you or not.

Reasons that might make a Finnish Spitz suitable for you:

  • These canines are very affectionate and friendly with their parents and housemates.
  • They are also very warm and affable with strangers. These dogs mix well with other animals too like cats and other canines.
  • This is a kid-friendly breed.
  • They are very energetic and playful in nature and they know how to create a positive environment wherever they go.
  • They are a decent option for a novice dog parent.

Reasons that might make a Finnish Spitz ill-suited for you:

  • Their exercise needs are enormous.
  • Their tendency to bark is pretty high. They are considered a noisy breed.
  • This is not a very apartment-friendly breed.