Volpino Italiano Breeding sort of came to me. I am a fine-art portrait photographer that fell in love with the Volpino Italiano back in 2016. After adopting my Angel from Oklahoma, I discovered that I loved them so much I just had to do my part in helping them stick around.
Our current breeding pair we found in Massachusetts and Alabama. They are on the big side but they are just loving balls of fluff. Luna is a good mother and Timian is efficient in his task, yielding 5-6 puppies per litter.
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"Our Volpino loves people. He’s very good with the 1 and 2 year olds in our family—mostly he licks their faces and hands. In addition to bringing him around different family members houses, we also take him to Lowe’s and HD regularly to socialize him and anytime someone shows interest he jumps in their arms with his tail wagging.
He’s also very good with other dogs. He can be reserved when meeting big dogs (being reserved is a general spitz trait) if we’re holding him but once he’s on the ground he’s made a new friend.
He also gets along great with our other two dogs. They’ve taught him their bad habits like digging for and eating worms and chasing the cat. All three of them run around and chase each other.
"We find our Volpino to be a great family pet. He fits us well and we look forward to many years to come with him!"
I want to also give Nicole Hollenkamp a KUDOS for raising such beautiful dogs. Gracie's vet gave her an A+ on everything!