The American Eskimo Dog, also known as the Eastern Ice Dog, descended from the American Eskimo Dog and the Labrador Retriever. They were originally bred as hunting dogs and were initially created by crossing two pure breeds of Labrador; the Pyrenean Shepherd Dog and the Western Shore Dog. Today, they are a distinct breed. They are a versatile breed that can be used for hunting, herding, as a household pet and as a show dog. They are a medium-sized breed and weigh between 11 to 18 pounds, with females being slightly lighter than males.
They have short hair that can be kept long or cut to a shorter length. Their coats are smooth with the undercoat being coarse and harsh. Their eyes are dark brown and do not shed. They have an oval-shaped head with a moderately sized muzzle that is tapered slightly to the muzzle. Their legs have short hair that does not become tangled in their boots. Their tail is docked to allow the owner to easily control the dog.
The American Eskimo Dog is loyal and is willing to sacrifice himself for his master. They are very gentle with children and non-aggressive with strangers. They are very gentle with other dogs and are not good dogs for training exercises. They are very patient with other dogs and can handle most circumstances without complaint. They have a great sense of humor and are great with children. They are quite playful but need strong leadership and training. They need to be taught what is acceptable behavior and do not respond well to harsh treatment.
Some people consider the American Eskimo Dog to be the ancestor of the modern Chihuahua and Pomeranian. According to some American Eskimo Dog breeders, the American Eskimo Dog was bred to retrieve the game without getting it. These dogs were bred with Pomeranian and Chihuahua to form the modern Pomeranian and Chihuahua.
According to some people, these dogs were crossed with an English White Terrier to produce the American Eskimo Dog. They were originally called the American Eskimo. The American Eskimo Dog was originally bred for hunting purposes and became a dog used for herding. They are now used as household pets.
Some people believed the American Eskimo Dog descended from the Pomeranian and Chihuahua which were bred to hunt wolves and other wild animals. The dog that came from the English White Terrier was originally called the American Eskimo Dog. The American Eskimo Dog is originally English White Terrier. Some people consider this breed to be a descendant of the American Chihuahua and Mexican Hairless.
Height and Weight
The American Eskimo Dog is quite tall with large drooping ears, a small mouth and short legs.
Special Health Problems
The American Eskimo Dog is a relatively healthy breed but they are prone to hip dysplasia. They can suffer from eye disorders and skin disorders. Some of these conditions can lead to skin infections and secondary infections can lead to pneumonia.
Prospective American Eskimo Dog owners should be aware of these health problems to be aware of the potential danger to their dogs if they are exposed to certain conditions. The American Eskimo Dog can suffer from bacterial meningitis.
Many prospective American Eskimo Dog owners are not aware that this breed has these health problems but the owners are aware that they exist.
These health problems can happen to any breed but the incidence of these problems is much higher for this breed. If you are a prospective owner and have questions regarding the health of your dog and you find that your dog has these health problems it is prudent to contact your veterinarian immediately for a blood test and an x-ray to find out the real cause of meningitis.
If your dog has meningitis it is important to seek professional treatment immediately. Any vet will treat your dog until he is discharged to your home. Please be sure to let your vet know what your dog’s weight is, sex, color, eye color and what vaccinations you have administered.
The American Eskimo Dog is a lively breed. The American Eskimo Dog is very sociable with other dogs and humans. They are a great breed for households. The American Eskimo Dog will get along well with other pets and their health is very good.
The American Eskimo Dog is a good breed for families. But the American Eskimo Dog is prone to problems. It is best to be aware of these problems so you can reduce the potential danger to you and your dog.