What are some types of small sized dogs that look similar to a Siberian Husky?
The Alaskan Klee Kai is a smaller version of the Alaskan Husky, though it physically resembles the Siberian Husky. It is between 10-40 pounds (4.3-18 kg.), comes in 3 size varieties, and 3 color choices.
Alaskan Klee Kai’s shed, bark, and have a high energy level, therefore not making them ideal choices for everyone. Without the proper amount of daily and physical exercise they can become high strung. However, if in an appropriate home, the Klee Kai can be a wonderful companion. They are friendly but somewhat reserved with strangers. Socialize well. Docile and very loving, they need the humans around them to be calm but firm, confident and consistent pack leaders. Do not allow the Alaskan Klee Kai to develop Small Dog Syndrome.
Height: Standard 15-17.5 inches (38-42 cm.)
Height: Miniature 13-15 inches (33-39 cm)
Height: Toy under 13 inches (33 cm.)
Weight: Standard 23 pounds (10 kg.)
Weight: Miniature 15 pounds (7 kg.)
Weight: Toy under 10 pounds (4.3 kg.)
The breed has little health problems.
These dogs should be exercised regularly. They should be taken on long daily walks.
Unknown yet, but 14 years is a good estimate
Average of 1 – 3 puppies
This breed sheds and should be combed and brushed on a regular basis. This breed is an average shedder.
The Alaskan Klee Kai has a lot of Alaskan and Siberian Husky, as well as small amounts of American Eskimo in it. They were developed in the 70′s and are a relatively new breed. They were bred to be companions and their numbers are increasing.
UKC, ARBA, CKC, NKC, APRI, ACR, DRA