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American Eskimo
American Eskimo Content
Life Span: Average of 15 years. Some have been known to live longer.
Litter Size: Average is 5 puppies.
Group: Northern, AKC Non-Sporting
Recognized By: CKC, AKC, UKC, NKC, APRI, ACR
Color: Snow White, White/Biscuit Cream, Biscuit Cream
Hair Length: Long, Medium
Size: Toy/Small, Medium
Shedding: Moderate Shed
Male Height: Toy 9-12 inches (23-30 cm), Miniature 12-15 inches (30.48-38.1 cm), Standard 15-19 inches (38.1-48.3 cm)
Male Weight: Toy 6-10 pounds (2.72-4.53 kg), Miniature 10-20 pounds (4.53-9.07 kg), Standard 18-35 pounds (8.16-15.87 kg)
Female Height: Toy 9-12 inches (23-30 cm), Miniature 12-15 inches (30.48-38.1 cm), Standard 15-19 inches (38.1-48.3 cm)
Female Weight: Toy 6-10 pounds (2.72-4.53 kg), Miniature 10-20 pounds (4.53-9.07 kg), Standard 18-35 pounds (8.16-15.87 kg)
Living Area: The American Eskimo is at much at home in an apartment as it is out in the country. They do best in situations where they can be exercised on a daily basis. Whether it's running in an enclosed backyard or a daily walk, they do need to have room to run and play. They are very active indoors and should be given lots to do. They do not do well without routine.

About this Breed

The American Eskimo is a small-to-medium-sized breed that is known for its stark white to cream-colored coat. It looks a great deal like a small Samoyed, but comes in three different sizes. The toy, miniature and standard American Eskimo are all known for having a wedge-shaped head with an equally proportioned muzzle and skull. They have triangular ears that stand erect and a beautifully full tail that curls up over their backs in regal fashion. Their jaws are generally quite strong with close fitting teeth. They are known for having a scissors or pincer bite. Although the American Eskimo sometimes has blue eyes, this is considered a negative trait in the show world. Blue-eyed Eskies are subject to health problems, such as blindness. Inasmuch, brown eyes are considered the mark of good breeding and good health. The American Eskimo is known for being a very good companion dog. It is beloved for its intelligence, alertness and spunk. The breed is considered very active and quite loving. They are compact, but built with balance and agility. They are considered quite spirited, but are thought to be very good all-around pets for apartments as well as homes as long as they are properly exercised. The American Eskimo is believed to have descended from the German Spitz. The name of the breed is thought to have been changed as a result of anti-German sentiment. The breed itself gained much notoriety during the 1930s and 1940s as performance animals in circuses. They are quite adept at learning and mastering tricks, such as walking on a tightrope, which makes them wonderful performers. Although they can and do perform tricks well, this breed is not known for being overly motivated. Training of an American Eskimo needs to begin early and must be delivered with patience. With its compact size, intelligence and loyalty, the American Eskimo is considered an ideal pet and even a guard dog by many. Its natural agility and alterness combine to make this a very good household breed. Training of an American Eskimo should begin early. They tend to excel in agility training, but they are not overly inclined to perform in all cases. Proper training methods are a must to overcome this.


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