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Alaskan Klee Kai

"Luna"

Alaskan Klee Kai profile

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Lifespan: 12-16 Years

Avg height: Toy: Up to 33cm, Miniature: 33-38cm, Standard: 38-44cm

Avg weight: Toy: Up to 4kg, Miniature: 4-7kg, Standard: 7-10kg

Coat type: Dense, moderately long coat, with a heavy coated brush-like tail. Two varieties: 1) Standard (short) 2) Full (slightly longer).

Coat colours: Black and white, white, grey and white, red and white.

Originally bred for: Cross between Alaskan and Siberian huskies-  "mini huskies"- bred for companionship

Breed traits: Energetic, inquisitive, confident, intelligent.

 

A little about the Alaskan Klee Kai

The Alaskan Klee Kai originated as a cross between Alaskan and Siberian Huskies to be a 'mini husky', in fact, 'Klee Kai' means 'little dog' in Inuit. It is a highly intelligent breed that does well in obedience and agility competitions. It has a striking appearance, where its eyes are often of different colours. However, it can be reserved with strangers, requires lots of socialisation and like many Huskies can be quite vocal.

 

 

ALASKAN KLEE KAI HEALTH INFORMATION

The Alaskan Klee Kai can be predisposed to the following conditions: Juvenile Cataracts, Patellar Luxation, Factor VII Deficiency, Liver Disease, Hypothyroidism, and Cardiac Disease.