American Pitbull Terrier
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American Pit Bull Terrier

The American Pit Bull Terrier suele ser de naturaleza amable, even with strangers.

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History

American Pitbull Terrier (Pit bull Terrier American) is a pure breed of dog, originally from United States, It was forged from dogs imported from United Kingdom. Were used as fighting dogs until they were banned in 1976; they are now bred as pets and athletes in legal sports (Although it is still the favorite breed, dog fighting carried out clandestinely).

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American Staffordshire Terrier
Estados Unidos FCI 286 - Bull type Terriers

American Staffordshire Terrier

The American Staffordshire Terrier they are brave, tenacious, friendly, extremely attentive

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History

The American Staffordshire Terrier or Amstaff (different to the American Pitbull Terrier), is a breed of dog type Terrier well known worldwide.

It is a young breed of dog from the USA.. Among his ancestors are, Besides of Terrier, the Old english bulldog.

In England and North America, dogfighting had a tradition that dates back to ancient times.. The Old english bulldog was sent to fight bulls in the arenas of animal fighting. Although the Old english bulldog are the forerunners of Bulldogs of nowadays, his physique was much more similar to the current one American Staffordshire Terrier. After animal fighting was officially banned, continued illegally; In the USA. until today. Its origin in the 19th century was the black county of central England, called Staffordshire. Workers from the coal mines and clay pits crossed the Old english bulldog with the terriers. In the official scene of the fight against animals such crosses had been prohibited. It was feared that the fighting power and toughness of the Bulldog will combine with the predatory acuity of the terriers, which would lead to uncontrollable fighting machines. In the illegality of the backyards nobody cared. This is how the “Bull and Terrier” and very quickly came to the US. There they liked to call them “Pit Bulls”. Pit is the name given to the dogfighting ring.

In 1898 was founded the “United Kennel Club” (UKC), who wanted to take over the breeding of these dogs. But the UKC was nothing more than a professional dogfighting organizer. So the community divided around these dogs. Lovers of Pit Bull they condemned dog fighting, they wanted a friendly family dog. In the meantime, the Pit Bulls they had earned a great reputation in US society. In World War, the courage of Pit Bulls became a boost to the combat power of the American troops. Even celebrities like the President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt showed up with the Pit Bulls.

On cinemas, “The Little Rascals”, a gang of kids with a dog, was very popular and was featured in 220 episodes between 1922 and 1944. The dog was the guardian and protector, children's playmate and dildo. This dog was a Pitbull. He later became the first dog registered with the American Kennel Club (AKC) for the new breed “Staffordshire terrier“. To draw a clear line in the fighting dog scene, the AKC had insisted on a name change. The first standard was published in 1936. In 1972 there was the second name change to “American Staffordshire Terrier” to distinguish it from its British relative. The Amstaff, what's been called since then, Is higher, bigger and heavier. It is still cared for by the “American Staffordshire Terrier Club of America”, who from the beginning clearly condemned dog fighting and trusted his upbringing as a family dog.

In many countries, its social discrimination as a fighting machine and the technically unjustifiable classification as “dangerous dog breed” they have hit him hard.

Popular American Staffordshire Terrier Mixes

Mixtures of American Staffordshire Terrier seriously bred with other dog breeds or hybrids are quite rare. However, there is an abundance of hybrids of all kinds, that remind the Amstaff and are marketed as such or Pitbull. Here I should make a clear distinction. The American Staffordshire Terriers Serious breeding have nothing to do with the general mixes under which troublesome dogs can frolic. Unfortunately, there is a financially strong scene using such dogs as a weapon or to intimidate.

Physical characteristics

How is an American Staffordshire Terrier?

The American Staffordshire Terrier is a dog's size medium, Awesome, very strong and at the same time elegant. Has short hair, dense and shiny that sits gently on the body. Emphasizes your muscular and sporty complexion. The standard says: “It must be robust and compact, no legs or lightweight construction”. Any color, solid, multicolor or speckled is allowed. The standard of the American Staffordshire Terrier is pleasantly different from many other dog breeds, which go into great detail on where hair color or crease is allowed. It is one of the few standards that consistently focus on the healthy dog.. This is emphasized by the “1is Club Americano de Staffordshire Terrier”:

We give top priority to performance and health. Beauty is considered desirable but secondary. The correct interpretation of the rule, that is free from crippling regulations, It is our obligation. Muscular, dry dogs with long bones, persistent and fast, are our breeding target. We categorically reject “monstrosities” supercharged, low with extremely high weights. We believe that mental performance is even more important. Nerve strength and impeccable character are an absolute requirement.

How big is an American Staffordshire Terrier?

El American Staffordshire Terrier mide entre 43 and 48 cm tall and weighs between 20 and 30 kg.

How long can an American Staffordshire Terrier live?

Because the breeding of the American Staffordshire Terrier is not oriented so much to external appearances as to aptitude and character, The American Staffordshire Terrier enjoys a fit constitution into old age and a relatively long life expectancy of about 12 years.

Character and skills

The American Staffordshire Terrier he is a relaxed dog. He is very vigilant and intelligent. It is enormously strong, brave and has great fighting strength potential. At the same time it is extremely adorable, loyal and affectionate, even dedicated to his humans. Is neutral with strangers. Is of good character and has an extraordinarily high threshold for irritation. Can hardly be provoked. As with the English Bulldog and other breeds of dogs that were used in the past in the arenas of animal fighting, these dogs have been given a particularly high level of control and stimulus threshold. In addition, these dogs have been used in serious breeding for many generations exclusively as family and companion dogs. Unfortunately this has not protected the dogs from criminals. Especially in the decade of 1990, dogs like Amstaff became aggressive by irresponsible breeders and owners, Savagely crossed and abused like living weapons. The same politicians, who tolerated these illegal practices for a long time, they were then the first to start the discrimination, pointing to American Staffordshire Terrier like a dangerous race, something technically unfounded. The brood can make even the chihuahuas or caniches toy become aggressive in a few generations. The breed of dogs American Staffordshire Terrier is the victim, not the author. Seriously raised, they make excellent family dogs and careful companions to children.

Care, health and diseases

How much care does an American Staffordshire Terrier need?

The American Staffordshire Terrier it is absolutely easy to care. Brushing here and there is enough.

Are there any diseases typical of the breed in the American Staffordshire Terrier?

The American Staffordshire Terrier enjoy robust health. Sporadically hip or knee problems.

What food is best for an American Stafford Terrier?

The American Staffordshire Terrier has no special dietary requirements. Of course high quality food is good for your health and proof. How most dogs like a meat bone from time to time.

Activities

A American Staffordshire Terrier it is suitable for almost all activities that can be done with a dog.

Considerations before purchase

Where can you buy an American Staffordshire Terrier?

If you want to buy a American Staffordshire Terrier, you should consider that it is a dog from the list. Your whole life has to be prepared for the restrictions of the state and society. You should look to a trusted breeder affiliated with a club that meets the FCI standards. Please, just there and don't buy a puppy from a dubious source. There are many American Staffordshire Terrier and hybrids in shelters. Get tips for choosing your dog here. However, only with a serious breeding dog can you be reasonably certain that your Amstaff has the character qualities described here.

Education and attitude of the American Staffordshire Terrier

An American Staffordshire Terrier suits me?

The American Staffordshire Terrier is undemanding in his attitude. It is not a dog that only needs to walk around the block for a walk.. You want to do mental and physical exercise. Even with a puppy it should be clear who is in charge of the house. There should be no doubt about it. The Amstaff is a bright and occasionally playful four-legged friend who likes to roam the countryside. It is suitable for dog sports of all kinds. Sometimes it is also used as a rescue dog. Is a good guardian.

The American Staffordshire Terrier is widely on the lists of supposedly dangerous dogs. Travel to the Netherlands or Denmark is prohibited, because there is a risk that dogs will be confiscated on the street and euthanized. On the street you should expect people to harass you because of the dog. That is, Unfortunately, social reality in Central Europe today.

The American Staffordshire Terrier needs consistent upbringing from puppyhood. Consistency means, especially with this physically very strong but at the same time sensitive and intelligent dog, that the master or caregiver should work on the basis of a deep relationship of trust. The dog wants the guidance of its owner. Find the nearby connection. This should be given with a calm hand, respectful and strong. Coercive measures are counterproductive, certain consequences are intentional. The American Staffordshire Terrier must socialize with other dogs at an early stage. Due to his strength and joy of working, he is not a dog for beginners. Even experienced dog owners should consciously work with it and preferably attend a suitable dog school. Well mannered, don't just listen to the word, rather, he reads the wishes of his master and caregiver through their eyes.

Ratings of the American Staffordshire Terrier

Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed “American Staffordshire Terrier” you know certain factors. Not all breeds of dogs are apt to live in an apartment, You must take into account their character, their need for exercise, their interaction with other pets, your care and if you have young children, their level of tolerance towards them.

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American Staffordshire Terrier pictures

Vídeos American Staffordshire Terrier

Type and recognitions:

  • CLASSIFICATION FCI: 286
  • Group 3: Terriers.
  • Section 3: Bull type terriers. Without working trial.
  • Federations:
    • FCI – Group 3 – Section 3 Bull type Terriers.
    • AKC – Terriers
    • ANKC – Terriers
    • CKC – Terriers
    • NZKC – Terriers

    FCI American Staffordshire Terrier breed standard

    American Staffordshire Terrier FCI American Staffordshire Terrier FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. AmStaff, American Staffy (English).
      2. American terrier, staff, amstaff (French).
      3. Amstaff (German).
      4. AST, Staffordshire terrier americano, Amstaff (Portuguese).
      5. AmStaff, AST (Spanish).

    Old English Sheepdog
    Old English Sheepdog Gran Bretañaa FCI 16

    Antiguo Perro Pastor Inglés

    The Old English Sheepdog It is possibly race that more care needed with regard to his hair

    History

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    Old English Sheepdog or Bobtail. It is a breed of dog guard or shepherds dogs family.

    The race was created in England, more specifically, in the West, in the mid-19th century, to control the sheep and beef cattle in the rural area. While the race is born and develops in England, There is more than one theory that explains their origin.

    Some authors raised the breed descended from dogs brought from Central Europe by the Romans, that over time they were crossing with different English races, including the English Mastiff giving rise to the Bobtail.

    Other scholars of the race stress that it is a very old dog and possibly his most significant ancestor is the famous Asian Shepherd What, It has helped the existence of the Berger de Brie in France, of the Bergamasco Shepherd in Italy, and the Komondor in Hungary.

    According to this second stream, the first copies of Old English Sheepdog they were selected for the first time in an era marked by the savage rivalry between England and France, the Of the hundred years ' war (1337-1453).

    Y, last but not least, they pose in their ancestors, appears in complete safety the Briard.

    In addition to in England this dog took many acceptance and dissemination among the Spanish shepherds in the 19th and 20th centuries by their excellent conditions and skills for the care of livestock.

    Physical characteristics

    It is a dog great size and scale, with a height around the 63 cm.. and a weight between the 30 and 40 kg.

    The ears are small and fall, coated with hair, strong and elongated neck, abundant hair desgreñado and rough touch, with a range of colors that can range from grey, grey, Blue to blue merle, with or without white markings on the head, bottom of the stomach or forelimbs.

    The tail is often be amputated, or are there simply copies that are already born without it, Hence its name Bobtail which in English means “cut tail“, the search for this feature is believed to have been by the desire for British breeders do not pay taxes, already before the dogs with tails were thought to be luxury goods. This dog is the possessor of a very distinctive barking in the canine world, serious and pervasive.

    Did You Know?

    There is no upper limit for the height of the old English sheepdog. Females usually measure 53 cm , the males 56 cm . That's because the sheep varied in size, so the dogs used to shepherd them also varied in size.

    Character and skills

    The Old English Sheepdog, tolerant character, It is an excellent dog for living together with children and other pets. They are able to adapt themselves easily to different conditions. Faithful and intelligent It adapts to life in an apartment if necessary, always with the company of their owner. It is important to train it well from small, It is to learn fast and responsive dog.

    The old English Shepherd is a very good worker and is able to fulfil orders, but it won't if the instruction if they believe that they are stronger minded than the human herd members.

    They have a strong herding instinct and can treat the flock to shock people, never to bites. It is necessary to learn from an early age that humans are not part of his flock.

    This dog is possibly the more care you need for your hair, that should be dealt with by canine professionals. Also, but to adapt to living in small spaces, you need a daily dose of exercise in the open air, because otherwise it could become destructive with the furniture of the House. Due to its thick coat is not a recommended race to live in warm places.

    Evaluations of the Old English Sheepdog

    Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed “Old English Sheepdog” you know certain factors. Not all breeds of dogs are apt to live in an apartment, You must take into account their character, their need for exercise, their interaction with other pets, your care and if you have young children, their level of tolerance towards them.

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    Old English Sheepdog pictures

    Vídeos Old English Sheepdog

    Type and recognitions:

    • CLASSIFICATION FCI:Group 1 –> Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs). / Section 1 –> Sheepdogs. Without working trial.
    • FCI 16
    • Federations: FCI

      , AKC , ANKC , CKC , ​KC , NZKC , UKC

    • FCI nomenclature Breed Old English Sheepdog
    • OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. Shepherd’s Dog, bob-tailed sheep-dog, Bob-tail, Bobtail (English).
      2. chien de berger anglais ancestral (French).
      3. Stummelschwanz, Schäferhund, Altenglischer (German).
      4. Old english sheepdog, Pastor inglês (Portuguese).
      5. Antiguo pastor inglés, Bobtail (Spanish).

    Airedale Terrier
    Inglaterra FCI 7 - Large and medium-sized Terrier

    Airedale Terrier

    Intelligent, fell, quiet, an unconditional partner

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    History of the Airedale Terrier

    This King of the Terriers is a breed of large, strong dogs belonging to the group Terrier. It is of British origin, of the Yorkshire region. It is believed that he descended from a cross between the Otterhound, otter hunter optimal, Terrier and the Old Español. The breeding of these animals began in the mid-nineteenth century.

    In countries where it is most widespread has never managed to be a dog “fashion”, so you have some protection of trade and indiscriminate breeding, factors that destroy the zootechnical characteristics of most breeds of dogs.

    His personality is cheerful, sometimes relied, insurance. It is almost always on alert but not aggressive, if not annoying or it urges.

    Did You Know?

    The Airedale is the largest of the terrier breeds and was one of the first races trained for police work in Germany and Britain. In World War, he worked as a guard dog and messenger.

    Physical characteristics Airedale Terrier

    His teeth presents a quadrature and much strength to the of a Rottweiler, Despite having a thinner jaw. His coat is black and tan, varying its intensity but not the distribution, black or gray color extends to the upper neck, back, back, rump, while the flanks, thighs and belly have a mixed shade of gray hairs and golden, the rest of the body, is tan or sand in different shades.

    Is from the Terriers larger, muscular and active. His character shines through the lively and alert expression of her eyes, the way that carries its tail erect and ears. He has a lump between 59 and 61 cm in males with an average weight of 25 kg. The females among 56 and 59 cm and weighing approximately 20 kg. The eyes should never be prominent but small, dark and at an angle, with typical expression Terrier, alert and intelligent. The ears are V-shaped, sometimes lighter or darker than the skull. Like other Terrier, are traditionally amputated one third of the tail a few days after birth. However, recently banned the practice in some countries.

    It has a long, flat skull. Is well proportioned to the body. The muzzle must not be well modeled as concave or stop abruptly to descend below the eye. The skin should be smooth, firm and tight. The upper and lower jaws are large, powerful and strong, but should not excess development. Scissor bite, namely, the inside of the upper incisors in contact with the outside of the lower incisors preferably set square to the jaws; but if you accept the bite in pincer. The lips are firm and black muzzle.

    Airedale Terrier character and skills

    It is an intelligent dog, fell, quiet, a stalwart partner who enjoys walks and responds to simple commands basic training without any problems.

    In Canada They are used for hunting bear and deer.

    They have problems with ears that require continuous observation and a lot of hygiene. They may also have skin problems, known as hot patch.

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    Coexistence is important that you have with your new friend. Before considering the acquisition of a dog of the breed “Airedale Terrier” you know certain factors. Not all breeds of dogs are apt to live in an apartment, You must take into account their character, their need for exercise, their interaction with other pets, your care and if you have young children, their level of tolerance towards them.

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    Type and recognitions:

    • CLASSIFICATION FCI: 7
    • Group 3: Terriers.
    • Section 1: Large and medium-sized Terriers. Without working trial.
  • Federations:
    • FCI – Terriers 1 Large and medium-sized terriers.
    • AKC – Dogs working
    • ANKC – Group 6 (utility dogs)
    • CKC – Miscellaneous list
    • ​KC – Working dogs
    • NZKC – Utility dog
    • UKC – Guard dog

    Airedale Terrier breed FCI standard

    AIREDALE TERRIER FCI AIREDALE TERRIER FCI

    Alternative names:

      1. Airedale Terrier, Waterside Terrier, Bingley Terrier, AIREDALE, King of Terriers (English).
      2. Airedale Terrier, Waterside Terrier, Bingley Terrier, Working Terrier, Warfedale Terrier (French).
      3. Waterside Terrier, Terrier, Bingley Terrier (German).
      4. Airedale terrier, O rei dos terriers, Waterside Terrier (Portuguese).
      5. Airedale terrier, Rey de los Terriers (Spanish).

    Old Danish Pointing Dog
    Dinamarca FCI 281

    Antiguo perro de muestra danés

    Given the hunting instinct of the Old Danish Pointing Dog, is necessary to socialize so small

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    History

    The Old Danish Pointing Dog, is a medium sized breed of dog with brown markings, from Denmark.

    Its Danish name is Gammel Dansk Hønsehund, It literally means bird hunting dog. It is in the Group 7, section 1.1 of the FCI.

    Trace the origin of the race can be followed until the year 1710, When a man named Morten Bak, Glenstrup neighbor (adjacent to Randers and Hobro Denmark city), He crossed for eight generations strays dogs from local farmers, "until you get a pure breed of white and black spotted dogs which he called"Bakhounds”. The result was a popular hunting dog.

    Race scholars agree that it is likely that these strays to the Lord Morten Bak, used in your breeding program, they were of Spanish origin, and is therefore considered as one of the direct ancestors of the race Old Danish Pointing Dog.

    The popularity of this breed faded unfortunately during the 19th century, the race disappeared almost altogether, only a dedicated breeder continued breeding with genetic information integrates. After the second world war only had 10 dogs and farming work began to prevent the extinction of the race.

    The race again won great popularity, above all thanks to Poul Thomsen (presenter of a recognized programs on animals in the Danish television).

    Currently there is a considerable decline in Danish sample dogs, crossing often with the French Braco, quite similar.

    Physical characteristics

    Its Constitution is strong, one of the most obvious features is the great difference between male and female. While the male is powerful and from, the female is lighter, spirit and capricious.
    Height: Male 54-60 cm. (21-23.5 in), is preferred over 56 cm. . Females 50-56 cm. (19.5-22 in), is preferred over 52 cm. .

    Weight: Male: 30-35 kg . Female: 26-31 kg .

    Character and skills

    It gives the impression of being a silent dog and stable but showing determination and courage. It is a brave and determined dog. During the hunting act with calm, patience and slowness, always maintaining contact with the Hunter and doing its job of dog shows, discreetly, without disturbing the prey.

    The old Danish sample dog usually adapt perfectly, both hunt small prey and large. His amiable character allows you to hunt in Pack and solo with his master.

    Home pet is a very familiar and quiet dog, provided you get sufficient exercise and have large enough space to run freely.

    Given their hunting instinct, We need to socialize so small that it gets used to share a roof with small animals (cats, rabbits, etc.).

    Images Old Danish Pointer

    Alternative names:

    Gammel Dansk Hønsehund / Old Danish Pointing Dog / Ancien chien d’arręt danois / Altdänischer Vorstehhund

    Group 7 / Section 1.1 -Continental show dogs, type Braco

    American Foxhound
    Estados Unidos FCI 303

    American Foxhound

    The American Foxhound is sweet, friendly, loyal and loving in a House.

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    History

    Fox hound, American, better known as American Foxhound It is a breed of dog that is very close to the English Foxhound, are hounds, dogs that are guided by the smell to hunt foxes.

    In 1650, Robert Brooke, a pack of hunting dogs brought to the administration of the British colony which was North America, It became the root of many of the lines of American hunting dogs. These dogs remained in the Brooke family about 300 years.

    George Washington received fox hunting dogs, French, as the Great hound blue of Gascony as a gift from the Marquis de Lafayette.

    Many of the dogs that Washington already had were descendants of the Brooke family, so when he crossed them with the French, He began to develop the breed until you reach the present American Foxhound.

    Physical characteristics

    While the standard rules demand that the American Foxhound measure of 53 a 64 cm in height to the cross, and despite between 29 a 34 kg, Many specimens are, structurally, larger, females always, slightly smaller than males.

    Some breeders have theorized that the variation in height with respect to the standard, It is due to the considerably improved diet the dogs receive currently. Let us not forget that the race was recognized for the first time by the American Kennel Club in 1886 (and there was fashioned the over…), and at that time was a common and traditional practice feeding a diet called the Foxhound “dog bread (bread of dog)”, It was a variant of bread made of corn flour.

    Along with physical characteristics, the Foxhound has long legs, lines of bony. His chest is quite narrow. It has a long snout and large skull, shaped dome. It is an orejotas… Yes, It has ears falls as well as their cousins and Hazel color eyes (or brown) they are big and bright.

    The coat is short and rough. In general, they are very similar to the Beagle, only that foot can be seen that they are taller and larger. Usually have four colors: red, black, and fire, or bluish, They also have white parts.

    They tend to throw a good amount of hair in the time of molt, but a weekly brushing will prevent that the sofa is decorated…

    Character and skills

    The American Foxhound is sweet, friendly, loyal and loving in a House. As with all dogs need a careful training, constant socialization, and one owners who are willing to do enough exercise with your pet!

    A bored Foxhound will find itself, the ways to have fun, and and can be very destructive, Some examples of destruction include, from scratches on doors, destruction of objects found in your path, as toilet paper, for example, as it is very mischievous and, to be quite long, they are able to pick up things of furniture…

    If you can not establish a routine walks, well at least it would be good that the animal had access to a secure yard, in which to spend its energy, is a good alternative. But, We insist that, the walks, the games should be his daily dish live.

    Imágenes American Foxhound

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    American Bully
    Estados Unidos

    American Bully

    The American Bully ideal is very intelligent, charming and versatile.

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    History

    The American Bully It is a new breed of driven mid- 1990, through selective breeding between the American Pit Bull Terriers and Staffordshire Terriers.

    The origin of the American Bully is situated on the coasts, East and West of United States, especially in Virginia, and Los Angeles, California.Hoy American Bully can also be seen in Europe, Asia and is being established in South America.

    The American Bully is not recognized by some of the international organizations or clubs of canines, as the AKC (American Kennel Club) and FCI (Federation Cynologique Internationale). However the American Bully breed has been recognized by the United Kennel Club the 15 July of the 2013. They were also created in different countries, records of private clubs that defend the recognition of the breed.

    Physical characteristics

    With regard to the Constitution, It is a race with very muscular and athletic physicist, with a large head, short back. It has short, glossy fur.

    It is a dog Compact and somewhat intimidating at first sight, but good character makes his best and most outstanding feature of this dog.

    It requires little attention, brush sporadically and bathing him when necessary.

    With regard to the exercise, It important to walk it every day and if possible, take it to a site that can be run, tire, post with lot of energy, both mental and physical.

    Character and skills

    As the breed is recognized for his outstanding loyalty and his devotion to his family members.

    Their ideal temperament must be very stable, dedicated, trusted, an outstanding family companion.

    It is a breed ideal enjoy pleasing their owners, is very smart, very entrenable and able to carry out many tasks and possess different abilities.

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    Alaskan Klee Kai
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    Alaskan Klee Ka

    Developed to create a miniature dog Alaska Husky

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    Historia del Alaskan Klee Kai:

    Breed of dog “Klee Kai” derived language Athabaskan, which means “small dog”. The breed was developed to create a dog miniature of the Alaska Husky (a mixed breed dog used for bobsled run), resulting in a strong intelligent dog, with a look that reflects his heritage of the North.

    The breed was developed in Wasilla, Alaska, United States, in the middle of the Decade of 1970 by Linda S. Spurlin, After that she observed the result of an accidental mating of a Alaskan Husky and a small unknown dog.

    The breed was developed together with the Siberian Husky, with the Schipperke and the American Eskimo, to reduce the size without dwarfism. She raised these dogs in private until released them to the public in 1988.

    It was originally called “Klee Kai“, The race was consolidated with the new name Alaskan Klee Kai in the year 2002, It was officially recognized by the American Rare Breed Association (ARBA) in 1995 and by the United Kennel Club (UKC) the 1 in January of 1997.

    Physical characteristics of the Alaskan Klee Kai:

    Its weight varies between the 4,3 and 18 kg., Depending on the variety, the standard, the miniature and the Toy.

    The appearance of the Alaska Klee Kai North reflects the heritage of the race.
    The most distinctive feature of the breed is the facial mask, which must be clearly visible due to the contrast of colors.

    The head, wedge of broad-based, It should be free of wrinkles, proportional to the size of the body.
    Length snout It should be equal or slightly less than the length of the skull. The lower mandible It is strong but not outgoing. The bite scissors.

    The eyes They are medium-sized and can be any color or combination of colors. The almond-shaped eyes are the most desirable.
    The ears upright, triangular-shaped, extremely mobile and sensitive to sounds.

    The neck It is of medium length, arched and proudly erect when the dog stands. When jogging, It extends the neck so that the head is carried slightly forward.

    Seen from the front, the Paws they are straight, parallel, spaced and moderately separated.

    The rump It is wide and very slightly sloping.

    The hair feet It can be trimmed between the pads and around the outer edges of the feet. All the Spurs must be removed. The tail should be well furred, You can hang when the dog is relaxed or in unfamiliar situations.

    The fur It is twofold and of sufficient length to give an appearance reminiscent of Alaskan Husky. The inner layer is smooth, dense and of sufficient length to support the outer layer.

    It should move smoothly and effortlessly by walking, Agility inherited from their ancestors in the Arctic.

    Character and abilities of the Alaskan Klee Kai:

    Very curious, Active, fast, agile. His loyalty and its state of permanent alert, They make this race an excellent guard dog. They can be territorial, Despite its small size. If well affectionate with family members, It reserved and cautious with strangers and in unfamiliar situations. It is important to socialize at every opportunity to prevent rejection of the unknown.

    Small dogs usually do not like people to invade your space and Alaska Kai Klee is no exception. Neither likes him they grip or tironeen, something that young children often do.

    When the Alaska Kai Klee he meets a new person (a friend or your cousin who has been 100 times), side will not fail his shyness. You will need to get to the level of the dog, kneeling you and offering you the back of your hand so that you olfateé. If this goes well, That's great, You can try to scratch under the Chin, This usually they like and not what they interpreted as a threat. If this goes well, then a touch behind the ears, probably the next time that you see, already you accept as a friend.

    Are pack animals, and will include human beings or other breeds of dogs as members of their herd.

    It is a very brave race He will not hesitate to confront larger dogs, If you feel that a member of his herd is in danger. No dog big enough to intimidate a Alaska Kai Klee. The biggest cause of death in this breed is by fighting with other dogs and abuses in the street.

    Very Smart and with lots of energy. In addition, do not mature fully unless they have around 2 years of age. Those first 2 years, the task is to keep free from boredom and therefore avoid destruction by your young pet valuables. They love to dig and chew and may annihilate in a short time the garden that you have cultivated so carefully. They are also excellent climbers and divers.

    It can also be very barking, to the point of being unpleasant. They are very vocal when they have something to say and are usually very outgoing in general in such cases. If you have been out of sight during 10 minutes or several hours, You can already be prepared for some good 5-10 minutes which will put you abreast of everything what you missed, While were out of sight.

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    Dogs breeds: Alaskan Klee Kai

    Type and recognitions:

    • Nordic group
    • UKC, ARBA, CKC, NKC, APRI, ACR, DRA

    Alternative names

      1. Alaskan Klee Kai, Klee Kai, Miniature Alaskan Husky, Mini Husky (English).

      2. Alaskan Klee Kai (French).

      3. Alaskan Klee Kai (German).

      4. Alaskan Klee Kai, Klee Kai (Portuguese).

      5. Alaskan Klee Kai, Klee Kai (Spanish).

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