What about Samoyed or Keeshonds?
A fun story about Samoyeds (and to a lesser extent, American Eskimos):
When my mom was in high school, her father bought her a dog from an Amish breeder (read: puppy mill) who was supposedly an American Eskimo. Now, everyone knows what American Eskimos look like- this puppy started out at roughly 15lbs, mostly white with some black spotting like freckles on his face, and drop ears. He grew up to be a 70lb dog that was mostly white with black freckles and drop ears, named Freckles for obvious reasons. So, uh, probably not on the American Eskimo.
When we went to the first dog show either of us had ever been to, poodles were in the ring before dobes with german pinschers in the next ring down (mom: those are some tiny dobermans, I always thought they were bigger. me: I’m pretty sure that’s because those are german pinschers not doberman pinschers) and samoyeds in the ring across from us. She practically squealed that the samoyeds looked exactly like Freckles, same size and everything, but for the drop ears and spotting on his face.
After she ran over and fangirled a little bit at them (I foresee a samoyed in my parents’ future, once Mocha and Frankie have passed), she asked the breeders if it was possible her childhood dog could have been a sammy despite being sold as something very different. According to them, and the rescue site she looked at afterwards, it is possible that Freckles was either an extremely poorly bred sammy or a mix with a lot of sammy look to him. Apparently some poorly bred sammies do have black spotting like she described on their faces, and as with all prick earred breeds there are some dogs whose ears just never stand, so considering his origins it is very possible he was a samoyed (or mix) sold at a high price to an ignorant buyer looking for a little dog to please his daughter.
My experience with Keeshonds is limited to one dog- a rally national qualifier that comes into my work frequently. His owner is very nice and was a huge help while I was dealing with Creed’s dog problems, letting me use her boy as my distraction dog because he too likes to bark at other dogs. They have been working on getting more legs so they can start putting numbers on his rally excellent titles, and I wish them the best of luck. He is super sweet and super soft and very silly, and he’s always a nice sight to behold when coming into the store. He is from conformation breeding iirc and was a breeder resell after he had an undescended testicle, so he is an incredibly nice looking dog.
I have no vested interest in spitz as a group to own, but those are my experiences with these two.