Alaskan Klee Kai
The Alaskan Klee Kai should look like a miniature husky. Although their standard is based on that of the Siberian Husky, there are physical differences, such as a shorter snout, larger ears, and higher tail set, that make them easily distinguishable from the Siberian. Alaskan Klee Kai come in four main color varieties. They are great for families and love the company of their owners. To help them fit better into a society where they must not only tolerate strangers but accept them, socialization must be continual throughout their lives. They are moderately active. Unless they are properly introduced and raised with smaller furry or feathered animals such as rabbits, hamsters, cats, birds, etc, they will hunt and kill them. They can be a great family dog if raised with properly. Because of their intelligence they will do well in obedience classes and have a want to please their owners which helps them to excel in this area as well as many other types of activities.
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13 to 18 inches (33 to 45.7 cm)
15 to 23 pounds (6.8 to 10.5 kgs)
12 to 15 years
Energy Level:The Alaskan Klee Kai is tireless and exuberant.
Exercise Needs:The Alaskan Klee Kai needs a long daily walk or run of at least an hour.
Training Compatability:A Alaskan Klee Kai is very difficult to train. Seek professional guidance.
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Grooming:Your Alaskan Klee Kai will require no or only simple grooming.
Coat Length:The Alaskan Klee Kai has a medium-length coat.
Shedding:The Alaskan Klee Kai does not shed.
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